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The "Big Brother" star will invest NIS 1 million in a new Cannabis company

"Big Brother" Eliav Uzan joins the cannabis business and invests in a new cannabis company owned by his close friend.

Eliav Uzan, the reality show "Big Brother" and tattooed in his profession, enters the world of medical cannabis and invests in a farm for raising medical cannabis in the Galilee.

The company intends to conduct medical research in the field of skin diseases, especially psoriasis, and the effects of medical cannabis on them.

According to Ozen, he has been studying the world of cannabis for a long time and now recognizes a business opportunity for investment.

The Company does not yet have licenses to grow or produce cannabis, but it is one of hundreds of companies that have initial approval for activity ("Code of Practice") for breeding and breeding.

"This is a gospel for the residents of the periphery who are so dear to me," he explained, explaining that the company in which he is investing will bring new jobs to residents of the region.

The amount of the investment has not yet been officially published, but close to the ear tell of an expected NIS 1.5 investment.

"My exposure to cannabis was due, among other things, to a disease of my wrath," Ozen relates in a conversation with Cannabis magazine, and notes that he was a friend of the late Eran Almog, who after his death was named after Tikkun Olam.

The ear also admits that cannabis is needed as many other Israelis. "Today there is nothing to be ashamed of, it's common," he says.

"I and Eliav are childhood friends and they are setting up farms in the Galilee, whose crops are all aimed at studying the effect of cannabis on psoriasis," he told the Cannabis magazine. We cooperate with doctors and hospitals. "

"We are with preliminary permits, code deals with breeding and breeding, genetics comes from the Czech Republic and Spain, and the improvement is done in Israel. We have experts in the field who cooperate with us. "

Uzan is another famous figure who joins the field, after many others - mainly from the political and business spheres - have also entered the industry.


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