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NCIA is the oldest, largest, and most inclusive trade association representing legal cannabis businesses. We are leading the charge to protect the legal cannabis industry, defend our state laws, and advance federal policy reforms favorable to the industry as a whole.
Hemp Industries Assocation
The HIA believes it is the privilege and responsibility of hemp industry leaders today to sow the seeds of a sustainable, equitable, and prosperous future for hemp in the United States and around the world. We are setting standards by Maturing the market through adherence to science and by driving the adoption of industry standards, uniform terminology, and best practices that will foster stability, efficiency, safety, and prosperity.
US Cannabis Association
We advocate the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry throughout the World and work for a favorable social, economic, and legal environment for this industry, national, and international. To promote the medical, health, and therapeutic benefits of the compounds of the Cannabis plant cannabinol (CBD) and the Hemp Oil. which is an organic alternative form of medical treatment, and health care preventive measures, for every population.
The International Cannabis Association
At our core, TICA believes in and values the medical benefits that safe, transparent and verified cannabis can provide to patients. We believe that bringing reliable, verified and standardized cannabinoid-based medicine to hospitals, organizations and homes will have a significant impact on the health and well-being of people around the world.
The Association of Cannabinoid Specialist
The Association of Cannabinoid Specialists ensures the highest standards in the practice of cannabis medicine, safeguards patient care with clinical best practices, and interfaces with other stakeholders in the cannabis community. We believe that patients are uniquely vulnerable and have very different needs than recreational users. We provide evidence and experience-based education for patients, cannabis clinicians, referring clinicians, and lawmakers to help them understand cannabis medicine and make informed decisions. We are an advocacy organization striving to provide guidance on best practices in the laws and regulations at the federal, state, and international levels.