PhytoPharm.D, LLC, is an Arkansas limited liability company organized for the purpose of providing professional consulting services to those engaged in business under and pursuant to Amendment 98, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act of 2016, and Section 19.5 of the Rules and Regulations Governing the Oversight of Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facilities and Dispensaries by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division.
Cannabis remains illegal under federal law and under some state laws. The Federal Government does not recognize cannabis to have any medicinal values. Medical cannabis sales and distributions are illegal under federal, and some state, laws. All content published by PhytoPharm.D is for educational purposes only.
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