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King Louis XIII, also known as "King Louis," "Louis XIII Kush" is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with LA Confidential. It's namesake might be most famous for making wigs on men de rigeur for the French aristocracy, but in Southern California the name will bring to mind a popular indica-dominant strain. This strain announces itself as many people did in the 1600s: by its smell. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed; its dense nugs have an overwhelmingly piney smell with an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Because of its OG Kush, heritage Louis XIII has a very similar spicy kush aroma.

King Louis XIII, also known as "King Louis," "Louis XIII Kush" is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with LA Confidential. It's namesake might be most famous for making wigs on men de rigeur for the French aristocracy, but in Southern California the name will bring to mind a popular indica-dominant strain. This strain announces itself as many people did in the 1600s: by its smell. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed; its dense nugs have an overwhelmingly piney smell with an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Because of its OG Kush, heritage Louis XIII has a very similar spicy kush aroma.

What we don’t know: How future regulation could impact the company. The company’s shares took a dive in July when the Federal Drug Administration issued a warning for selling CBD products with unsubstantiated medical claims.

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Boris Jordan owns about a third of Curaleaf, a cannabis company based in Massachusetts.

Topline: Curaleaf chairman Boris Jordan is worth $1.1 billion, according to reporting from Forbes Russia, making him the only billionaire Forbes has identified whose fortune comes from the marijuana industry.

Key Background: Jordan is an American citizen with Russian ancestry. After graduating from New York University, where he sits on the school’s board of trustees, he got his start in 1987 at the now-defunct investment firm Kidder Peabody. From there, he went on to lead Credit Suisse’s investment banking division First Boston in Russia, which was transforming its economy after the fall of the Soviet Union. He’s the chairman of both the Sputnik Group and Renaissance Insurance, one of the largest insurance companies in Russia.

Maldonado-Passage is currently serving a 22-year sentence at a correctional facility in Fort Worth. In 2019, he was convicted for two counts of murder-for-hire and 17 wildlife charges.

Maldonado-Passage recently asked President Joe Biden for a presidential pardon, citing his deteriorating health. He claimed that medical exams conducted from prison indicate that he is showing signs of cancer.

“They will include edibles and various top shelf exotic strains. The products will be sold in dispensaries in these three states. It’s the Joe Exotic strain of Cannabis, CBD and Edibles,” Maldonado-Passage wrote. “Ask your dispensery for a Joe Exotic and smoke a Joe.”

“Tiger King” star Joseph Maldonado-Passage, also known as Joe Exotic, is launching his own cannabis line while serving time in federal prison.

“I don’t want anyone’s pity what I need is when John Phillips gets the evidence he is working on,” Maldonado-Passage wrote in a Twitter post last month. “I need the world to help him get President Biden, VP Harris and the Attorney General to listen to the evidence and see that it’s not just city cops out of control with corruption, but his very own Department of Justice and make this right and sign that pardon that Trump left behind so I can go home and get proper medical care and proper food.”