A Brit who is set to become the country’s first cannabis billionaire is creating a groundbreaking product that will create personalised weed for users.
Maximillian White, 40, was born in a sleepy village in Nottinghamshire, but now lives in Dubai and owns a supercar fleet along with a string of properties.
He became Britain’s youngest landlord at the age of 17 and has grown his fortune ever since, offering followers an insight into his life on Instagram.
Maximillian has snapped up eight hectares of land in the Algarve, Portugal, to build Europe’s biggest medical cannabis farm.
He sells to wholesalers across the world, and is hoping to provide medical marijuana patients with the perfect product.
Describing his approach, Maximillian told the Daily Star: “Because of the size of the farm, usually what happens is, example, we will produce an order to order.
“So we don’t grow cannabis and stockpile, it what we do is we produce the order. So you tell me what strains, what different levels of THC you need.”
He added: “You still get a lot of brokers and a lot of companies that buy on behalf of the pharmacy. They have to go like 200 different places and get different quality and different sized amounts.
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“But we’re going to be like the supermarket for it, where you can come and get everything under one roof.”
The firm is also working on technology that can provide the perfect strain of weed for the individual customer.
Maximillianexplained: “We’ve also got a pharmaceutical side ourselves where we’re looking to do things where we can send a swab to your house.
“You can swab your mouth with it and we can analyse it. We can see what’s wrong with you and what’s going to be wrong with you in the next 10 years, and we can create a specific strain of marijuana for you with an app which tells us how you’re doing with it.
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He added: “So we can adjust and alter it a little bit, get it right for you. You can also go onto a camera and see your own plant grow, it’s really some crazy stuff.”
The app itself will monitor a person’s sleep pattern, heart rate, and provide feedback their response to the strain of cannabis.
Maximillian has teamed up with several universities in order to create the personalised drugs – and is eyeing up a version without the psychoactive cannabinoid THC.
Meanwhile,artificial intelligenceis currently being used to create stronger strains of cannabis in a bid to find the most effective medical marijuana.
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Cultivators are utilising AI to monitor conditions like plant temperature and to prevent crop failure – with some of the processes almost entirely automated.
Stephen Murphy, Co-Founder & Managing Director at Prohibition Partners, believes the approach could revolutionise the industry and the applications of the drug.
Mr Murphy, whose firm advises cannabis companies and government bodies, earlier told the Daily Star: “The industry is at the forefront of developing personalised medicines and being able to engineer those medicines based on the individual’s health history and how they’re reacting to different formulations.
“That’s going to have a wider ramification on the rest of the pharmaceutical industry.”
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