Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion started by verbster, Nov 26, 2012.
Just curious if anyone on here grabbed Hempna. Com yesterday on GD expired auctions?
I hope China does that, such a big market!
Do find it interesting that China has a long history of using herbs in their medicines or treatments..
With the proceeds earned form my above referenced URL sales I was able to...:
- Remodel my home;
- Pay off my new vehicle;
- Renew my domain name portfolio holdings;
- Enjoy many, many Happy Hours.....
Hence, reason enough for me...
do you mind adding sale prices to your names? we're all here for sale stats, name types etc.. ty.
Well said its been used for thousands of years... if legalisation happens AND its discovered as the cure for cancer then I’ve struck it really big. Both are unknowns because China is so secretive with their research on Cannabis.
Remember the one child policy got scrapped so I’m hopeful for legalisation of cannabis.
I tried to buy dama in com and offered big bucks but the owner either knows of what it means or simply is waiting for a bigger payday. It’s because I gave up that I’m disclosing this.
All referenced URLs were sold around the mid-to-upper, four-figures ($x,xxx) USD - except for one (which sold under).
I think one child policy is very different from cannabis legalisation. The former is related to labour force and country development, while the latter is related to citizens' health and social stability. They are not comparable at all.
Cannabis for medical use is allowed in China, but recreational use of cannabis and the like is still strictly prohibited in China. Though Canada legalises it, the Chinese diplomats in Canada have issued a public letter to Chinese citizens to avoid contact with marijuana (https://www.scmp.com/news/china/soc...zens-against-marijuana-after-canada-legalises). So it is apparent that there are no signs or plans to legalise recreational use of cannabis and the like in China in the near future.
There are many reasons that China does not legalise it. Apart from a sad history about opium and potential health issues of abuse of cannabis, many illegal sellers who sell cannabis also sell drugs such as cocaine. If legalising recreational use of cannabis, citizens can easily contact with those drugs.
Well said. Which in effect means that when the world truly wakes up to its medical benefits (cures cancer) then the world will snowball and legalise it like a domino effect (China included). In the USA it looks like legalisation first then discovering that it cures cancer but for China it may be the other way around. There is nothing detrimental about cannabis apart from impaired driving but alcohol causes the exact same problem. What I am looking at is cannabis being rescheduled in the USA so that real research can be done and when thats allowed I think I’ll have a higher sense of urgency to buy dama in com. If the owner wants to part with it.
I looked up 420day.com today. It is interesting that the owner registered it on 4/20/2004
Cannabis sales are expected to boom on 20th April as its 420 day.
I would adfvise people to be careful with things like this.
White Rhino is a canna strain and could give TM issues later down the line if those who have developed the strain have regged the TM.
Wouldn't be surprised, if it becomes a national holiday here in Canada before I die..did live long enough to see it legalized.
(Putting on my time traveller hat on) , something like a "National CBD" day..
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This LA startup matches you to the cannabis strain you actually want.
Using the dot co for now, someone else owns the KING
Either way what this Company and many "to be others " are doing = 2 WORDS
Urban dictionary says:
a slang word for life
Had a few low-ball offers on this
Registered the below a couple of months ago.......forgot all about them
While reading the 'About' text I was wondering why they chose the brand name StrainRx; I mean, what does the Rx suffix stand for? Anyone know?
I stand corrected as I have just a little experience when it comes to branding, but I think your name (Strain + Hub) would suit these guys better.
Rx refers to medical prescriptions, and is used to describe Drug Stores.
After seeing the below site and looking into it
Thought I would reg the below
It's also often enough used as a suffix to describe something as broadly medical, like this sun on skin monitor for example: https://www.eclipserx.com/
366 sales of domains ending in Rx reported on Namebio: https://namebio.com/?s==MzM0MjMyEjM
(quite a few of those are just -worx domains!)
Thanks I totally agree, not just because it's my name but, it make more sense for a site /(hub) to pick your "strain" out..... and sounds much better.
Separate names with a comma.