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Art & Life with Arman Tabatabaei

Today we’d like to introduce you to Arman Tabatabaei.

Arman, please kick things off for us by telling us about yourself and your journey so far.
My family and I immigrated to the US in the mid to late 90’s, although hard on the family but we endured and we are where we should be. I attended Cal State Fullerton for my undergrad and then University of Redlands where I earned my MBA in Global Business. My entrepreneur career operating and managing several businesses in LA and Orange Counties had started earlier in my mid 20’s. As cannabis became legal in California, I switched my focus and began consulting for several companies in the areas of cultivation, distribution and retail. It’s a great opportunity for people with strong business skills as many in the traditional cannabis sector need management help. This operational and managerial aspect of the cannabis business has become my focus.

In May of last year, I took the plunge and organized Cannabis Global, Inc., which is located in LA. It is my next mission in life to make this venture a success and bring new cannabinoid technologies to the marketplace.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
My mission at Cannabis Global is to bring new cannabinoid technologies to the marketplace. I am doing this with a science-based approach. It has been interesting to take technologies from many different disciplines and bring these together to form a set of completely new cannabinoid delivery technologies. We think this is an art in itself. Our creation has provided the industry with several new technologies that we believe are well ahead of the industry. We have begun to protect these developments via the filing of 6 patents and we are working on several more.

Our greatest art is the development of a completely new hemp extract and cannabinoid delivery system called Hemp You Can Feel. It is a special all water soluble preparation that we hope will revolutionize this cannabis industry.

Artists rarely, if ever pursue art for the money. Nonetheless, we all have bills and responsibilities and many aspiring artists are discouraged from pursuing art due to financial reasons. Any advice or thoughts you’d like to share with prospective artists?
This is hard stuff. Listen to your friends and family but be careful not to let them prevent you from doing what you think is important. If being a cutting edge artist, a successful business person or changing the status quo were easy everyone would do it. Drive each day to your personal goal.

The lessons I have learned in the emerging California cannabis space are many. Don’t arrange meets in the cannabis space on Monday, Friday or any day before 1PM. Other business lessons….cash flow, cash flow and cash flow.

What’s the best way for someone to check out your work and provide support?
This is one of the benefits is being publicly traded – our trading symbol is MCTC on the over the counter market. All of our information is available online at our websites and in government filings. Our corporate website is and our product website is

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Abbey Pickett

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