Do you know that YouTube.com is the second largest search engine on the planet? There is a paradigm shift that has been experienced with content and knowledge seekers. People are no longer reading, blogs, websites, and articles. In fact, you’re Marijuana Business customers are looking for your exciting videos, documentaries, and series of videos explaining your Marijuana business, its importance and the several different brands of your product. Marijuana is a product of the cannabis plant. It is important that you understand some facts about your Marijuana business.

Interesting Facts about your Marijuana Business

Marijuana is a product of the Cannabis plant has three main strains namely; Sativa, Indica and a hybrid strain that comprises traits of both Sativa and Indica. The main customers of your Marijuana are weed smokers and Marijuana administered patients. But how will your customers know about your Marijuana Business? How will they know about shipment details, payment details, and pricing? How will they know about your location and the various Marijuana products offered at your business?

Remember, failure to advertise, is planning to fail, so, it is important that you advertise your Marijuana business. But, why should you use video marketing in marketing your Marijuana business? Here are the 4 reasons why your Marijuana business needs video marketing:

1. Video Marketing will help you increase your sales

According to research, 74% of the customers who viewed a detailed video about a product or service subsequently purchased it. So, start designing detailed videos about your Marijuana business portfolio, explain your products and add it to your landing page or YouTube channel. This will go a long way in helping you increase sales in your Marijuana business.  Here is some more information on how to put together a campaign.

2. Video Marketing will help build trust between you and your Marijuana customers

Trust is important in building the right partnerships that will boost your Marijuana business. Customers of your Marijuana product products need to trust your brand and products. Videos provide your customers with interesting detailed information about your business portfolio. So start making interesting videos today about your Marijuana business portfolio and build trust between you and your customers.

3. Videos Appeal to Mobile Users

A majority of your Marijuana business customers, own smart phones and search online for availability and information on Marijuana products. Videos are appealing to your mobile customers as opposed to articles and lengthy blogs. Time is Money, Don’t waste it and start developing appealing videos to your Marijuana mobile users.

4. Video Marketing helps you explain everything about your Marijuana Products

With the help of interesting, appealing and trust worthy videos, you will be able to explain everything about your business on the same video. This is a great opportunity to inform your customers on details of your Marijuana business portfolio. Increase sales this season, through including video marketing in your Marijuana business.

Finally, your job is to increase the sales of your Marijuana business, we are currently in a world where one excellent video might lead into the massive traffic of customers into your Marijuana business and increase the sales of your Marijuana business. Remember marketing is no longer about your Marijuana products but the interesting Marijuana story. So, use video marketing in explaining your Marijuana Business story.

In September 2016, Israeli doctors became the first in the world to seek medical permission for treating Autism with Medical Marijuana in a clinical trial. Currently some autistic children are being treated with it in an officially sanctioned and doctor monitored program.

Autism is a complicated brain development disorder that normally starts to appear in children with less than three years of age with boys being four times more susceptible to the condition than girls. The disease commonly impacts communication & social skills causing repetitive, restrictive & stereotyped patterns of behavior making patients to often be over- aggressive to people around them.

So how does medical marijuana help with the treatment of Autism?

First autism is not a specific disease. it includes various conditions that are medically labelled as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).Most types of autism are believed to be as a result of insufficient production of natural endocannabinoids by the body which are similar to phytocannabinoids such as THC & CBD found in Marijuana.

There has been a growing number of anecdotal evidence that shows medical marijuana is helpful for adults & children with different forms of autism. Parents with autistic children who have been brave enough to try-out/experiment with medical cannabis have reported notable and long lasting improvements in their children. Studies from The Autism Research Institute (ARI) show that many symptoms of autism can be reduced and controlled through the use of properly dosed marijuana. ARI has pointed out that autism is a highly treatable condition with the efficacy of using medical cannabis varying from one patient to another because there are different types & severities of autism.

In the US, there are a lot of advocacy groups which are campaigning to have autism listed as an eligible condition in medical cannabis states. California is one of the 14 US states that currently allow the use of medical cannabis with a doctor’s prescription. In Pennsylvania, autistic patients are allowed access to the herb which is believed to help them manage aggressiveness and self-harm. Although this product seems to work, parents in many countries in the world still face limitations of using it. There is a clinical research currently ongoing in Israel and hopefully the findings will be able offer quality scientific assertion to match the claims and lead to medical legalization of marijuana in treatment of autism. Meanwhile parents & patients around the world will have to wait until the research is completed in 2018.