Native American Group Announces Launch Of A “Groundbreaking” Cannabis Company


Red Tipped Arrow, LLC, a nationally-renowned, 100{f1d755e3d686d84b3fba3fb9da3bc25d6eb08724c18385fd50146d58c836a6dd} Indian-owned economic development company, and Wright Family Organics, LLC, a leading California-based medical marijuana research and operations company, has  announced the creation of Native American Organics, LLC. The newly formed company will create a new pathway to offer the highest grade marijuana products, scientific research and testing, cultivation, manufacturing, and culturally-grounded health clinics based upon the groundbreaking entry of Native American Indian tribes into the medicinal and recreational marijuana markets.

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The company will work with Native American tribes located in states where medical and recreational marijuana is legal to address regulation and compliance issues, as well as success strategies for breaking down barriers to entry into the highly competitive cannabis market. Native American Organics will employ state-of-the-art technology to help tribes create products to help address physical and mental health issues on Indian reservations, including specialized epilepsy, PTSD, cancer care, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer diseases.

Red Tipped Arrow, LLC Owner Tex G. Hall explained why he thought it was the right time to create Native American Organics, LLC:

“Throughout my career, I have fought for advancement and sovereignty of Indian tribes. And a lot of that time was focused on economic development because that that is what our people need and deserve. As the legal and practical questions surrounding the participation of Indian tribes in the market continue to be settled, there is no doubt in my mind that tribes have a competitive advantage when it comes to cannabis production, processing, and sale. Revenues for the legal U.S. cannabis industry have reached at $11 billion business and projections are that the industry will reach $30 billion in the next four years. Indian tribes can be major players in the new market. In terms of public opinion, America has reached a tipping point. The majority of Americans now say that marijuana is safer than alcohol and believe that its use should be legal, according to nationwide polls by CBS News, Fox News, and Pew Research.”

Hall also explained the new company’s areas of expertise:

“Through our partnership with Wright Family Organics, LLC, our team stands ready to assist tribes in meeting the extensive requirements and compliance standards associated with cannabis production in regulated states. Native American Organics will offer cultivation, reliable and expert testing labs, clinics, dispensing units, manufacturing facilities, as well as public policy expertise and guidance necessary to assist tribes in establishing their own laws and regulations. It is imperative that we protect our rights and ensure we are doing our part to ensure transparency in our operations so that we may operate without fear of disruption.”

Hall also explained the importance for Native American tribes:

“What really made an impact on me was the potential that cannabis has for healing and easing the pain of our people who suffer from PTSD across Indian Country. Not least among those who suffer are our veterans. American Indians have always fought fiercely to defend this country. American Indians serve in the military in higher rates than any other group in the U.S. Unfortunately, the Department of Veteran Affairs estimates the rates of PTSD among American Indian veterans at up to 25{f1d755e3d686d84b3fba3fb9da3bc25d6eb08724c18385fd50146d58c836a6dd}.”


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Richard Lowe

Richard Lowe is a 14-year veteran of the financial sector with licenses as a commodity broker (Series 3) and investment advisor representative (IAR Series 65). Along with a focus on raising capital for the firms he was employed with, he also wrote and edited much of the content published by them. He holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Massachusetts. He has been a longtime advocate for marijuana legalization due to the social injustices associated with marijuana prohibition and the strong potential for the medicinal benefits of cannabis.

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