Mike Tyson's new cannabis resort in California will focus on medicinal marijuana

The Tyson Ranch is a business venture that looks to capitalize on the newly legalized trade of recreational marijuana in California

The Tyson Ranch is a business venture that looks to capitalize on the newly legalized trade of recreational marijuana in California

According to the Washington Post, Tyson, along with his business partners, have always been eager to jump into the legal weed business, and broke ground on a 40-acre ranch in November.

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Tyson, 51, has always been a fan of marijuana, especially for its plethora of clinical reasons, most importantly, treating excruciating pain in the body.

The Blast notes that "Tyson Ranch" will dedicate 20 acres of the facility as growing facilities that "will allow master growers to have maximum control of their environment".

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California is the sixth U.S. state to legalize medical marijuana for recreational use.

In the latest venture, Tyson has revealed that he is opening a cannabis ranch in California to celebrate the state's legalisation of recreational marijuana.

But whether or not Tyson Ranch really takes off probably depends on a whole fuckload of regulatory statutes and the usual dealings with general contractors and greedy government fingers.

The Tyson ranch will also have its own amphitheatre, complete with luxury camping area and cabins.

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Tyson and business partners Robert Hickman and Jay Strommen are attempting to pull a rope-a-dope on their competition by providing a full preview of the vision they have for their facility.

Tyson has had problems with marijuana before. Tyson instead moved to other drugs like cocaine and morphine, and his fondness of morphine is what he blames some of his earlier transgressions on. In 2000, he was fined $200,000 after testing positive for weed after a fight in Detroit.

She said the industry will not only provide medical marijuana to people in need, but also provide revenue, jobs and income for residents.

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