Welcome to xCannabis!
xCannabis Activism Community
xCannabis Ministry was established in 2008 to spread the message of peace and liberty to the world. Since we began we have reached millions with our message, both via social media, and live demonstrations in front of drug courts across the USA and during Tax Day at the post office in many cities. We have helped dozens of cannabis based business customize and install safe and effective open source software and computer systems to better run their business. We have partnered with www.ArtisticByNature.com and www.TPNetworks.net to help with the technology side of the emerging cannabis industry. We are proud to have helped many of our customers establish not only in-store point of sales systems, but also fantastic and creative websites.
Our activism has taken our family to 6 states that we have established a residence and a community of activists within. We started out in Utah, and then we moved to Colorado, after that we moved back to Utah, and then Washington, followed by Idaho, and then California ending up settling down in Maine. In these states we have lived in multiple cities and areas, and have created businesses and newspapers along the way.
You can see a list of our print newspapers at www.ClovisStar.com. We decided on print newspapers in order to reach the older population and those disconnected from the internet in some way. We found a lot of success in the newspaper business. Not necessarily monetarily, but we reached a lot of people who connected with us to ask us questions about the cannabis industry and the history behind cannabis prohibition. Reaching people in Modoc county was probably our favorite newspaper editions, because we were connecting to well established farmers with a genuine interest in the economic possibilities of hemp and other cannabis crops.
Along the way we have participated in several radio programs that we have been guests on, and we founded Sensi Life Community News as well on Blog Talk Radio, which we had some very interesting guests who were dealing with their own struggles in activism.
We collected 10’s of thousands of signatures for several citizens initiatives to decriminalize cannabis, and even though our initiatives did not get on the ballot, we were very encouraged by the response from the signers and the petitioners. Our participation with Sensible Washington was one of the most educational experiences that we have had with activism. It was greatly disappointing and enlightening at the same time. Their initiative addressed many issues that the current “Legalization” I-502 did not address.
Now that we are back in Maine, we are starting an automobile company that is based on hemp products, such as hemp biodiesel and hemp body parts for automobiles. We intend to use our 51 acres in northern Maine to farm the resources for our products!
As well as teach of the many cures and medical uses from this wonderful plant