Los Angeles, CA, March 12, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- In February’s issue of The 420 Times, Theo Douglas reports on Clean Green, a marijuana certification program intended to mimic U.S.D.A standards.
As the demand for medical marijuana has grown in recent years, a system of standardization becomes increasingly necessary. That’s where Clean Green comes in. In order for marijuana to be passed off as “Clean Green,” marijuana must meet strict growing standards that ensure the medicine is organic.
The benefits of such a standard are already apparent.
“When we go to the facility operators, we can say ‘Here it is and it’s labeled organic, it’s labeled Clean Green,’” one interviewee told Theo.
Read Theo’s story in the February issue of The 420 Times. You can find the magazine in 7-11s, convenience stores, and doctors’ offices throughout Southern California. Theo’s story is also available online at The420Times.com: http://the420times.com/2010/03/organic-matters/