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Los Angeles, California, October 27, 2010 - Pages of information hang on the wall in the offices at the growing center for The Lazy Rabbit, which grows, processes and distributes medical cannabis to dispensaries in California as allowed by the California Compassionate Use Act, which allows people with a prescription to use and cultivate medicinal marijuana. Owner Aaron Thomas is very meticulous in how he runs his business from following the law - he has the phone number of the Sherriff in his wallet - to working to achieve the most consistent results with his plants. "We need to be working together with doctors and scientists to find the most consistent product and get it to do what we need it to do." He has spent considerable time meeting with experts in the field to learn as much as he can about how to best grow his cannabis. Thomas uses older plants - which he calls his mothers - to pull a stalk from. He cuts back the base with a razor blade, then replants. Each new plant will be ready to produce buds in 7 to 9 weeks. The plant is then composted and the process begins again.There are different properties in Cannabis. One THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychotropic one that gives the feeling of being 'high,' but another, CBD (Cannabidiol), is a medicial cannabinoid that has been shown to relieve convulsions, inflammation, anxiety, nausea and well as inhibit cancer cell growth. Currently Thomas' operation is not even breaking even because he allows people to pay what they can afford for it. "My goal is to supply stable and consistent medical cannabis to facilitate the medical needs and to actually cure people." ..