We all bleed red, and our tears taste of salt, the rest is costume for the theater.

Emile J Fagerstrom IV is a project manager for large scale organic cannabis cultivation with over three decades of successful experience. Emile has completed cannabis contracts in multiple states that were vertically integrated and continue to grow.

Emile specializes in non-psychotropic cannabis topicals and tinctures and has invented non-psychotropic cannabis whole plant products that meet current Farm Bill Standards. He is currently working on multiple patents, research and franchising rights in the United States, European Union and South America.

A strong believer in the power of cannabis, Emile is looking forward to the legal cannabis industry & continues to build bridges, asking people to participate and share in his knowledge. He continues working at global vertical integration while removing stigmas through science, research, and education.

Emile grew up in San Diego, has a young handsome son and enjoys working outdoors.




non-psychotropic Cannabis

Key roles in the the endocannabinoid system

Introducing non-psychotropic cannabis products into our lifestyles is a natural process that our bodies are already equipped to manage. Decades of research reveal that the most active parts of the cannabis plant, the cannabinoids, work with receptors in our bodies like keys in locks.

Cannabinoids and their unique system of receptors, the endocannabinoid system, help us carry out some of our most essential human functions.

Key roles in the endocannabinoid system

The endocannabinoid system has several different receptors throughout the body, and two are CB1 and CB2. The receptors in the nervous, respiratory, circulatory, and digestive systems.

When cannabinoids interact with the receptors, neurons trigger, and the body’s messages are passed and carried out in a variety of ways. These critical functions help us maintain homeostasis, a state of equilibrium in the body.

The role of cannabinoids

Cannabinoids called endocannabinoids when generated from within the body. When they come from sources outside of the human body, they are known as phytocannabinoids. Phytocannabinoids and cannabinoids are interchangeable words.

CBD is a cannabinoid beneficial to our wellbeing in many ways. It has many different therapeutic uses that help reduce anxiety, ease muscle tension, and boost cell function. Many people have used CBD to help rejuvenate their bodies, enjoying its powerful, non-psychoactive effects.

Popular science informs us that out of over 100 known cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, THC is one that interacts naturally with our euphoria. From stress reduction to introspection, the psychoactive qualities of THC allow busy minds to slow and bodies to relax.

The role of the CB1 receptor

Discovered in 1990, CB1 located in the brain in areas like the hippocampus and cerebellum. CB1 receptors found in the spleen, white blood cells, male and female reproductive organs. CB1 receptors help us with our memory processing, regulation of pain, and our motor control. They help us feel euphoria and play a role in the anticonvulsive pathways that reduce seizures. When CB1 receptors stimulate, they affect circulation and psyche.

Is it impossible to overdose on THC? That is because our cardiovascular and respiratory functions located in the area of the brain called the medulla oblongata and brain stem, which has no CB1 receptors at all. THC binds very tightly with CB1 receptors, in contrast to CB2 receptors which does not bind

Science suggests that cannabinoids with an affinity for CB1 can help with the prevention of neurodegenerative conditions like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and multiple sclerosis.

The role of the CB2 receptor

In 1993, CB2 receptors discovered. CB2 receptors found in our tonsils, spleen, and white blood cells. While CB1 receptors located throughout the brain and body, CB2 receptors are mostly in or immune and gastrointestinal systems. When found in the brain, there are not as dense as the CB1 receptors. When CB2 receptors stimulate, they can reduce inflammation. Stimulated CB2 receptors benefit people with conditions like arthritis, IBS, and Crohn’s disease.

Other cannabinoids explored for their potential medicinal include:


Appetite suppression

Treatment of diabetes



Seizure reduction




Neurological disorders

Skin disorders



Blocks pain and inflammation

Combats breast cancer

Promotes relaxation


The natural Diazepam


Encourages sleep and pain relief


Helps with appetite loss






Emile J Fagerstrom IV

Cannabis Indica

Cannabis Indica

To build a house, you use your friends and neighbors, you treat people fairly, you use plans & quality products, enjoy the process, and remember, you are going to live in this house, in the neighborhood amongst your friends. 

Emile J Fagerstrom IV

cannabis & peru

The role of medical cannabis in Peru

Perú has put itself in the company of 30 other countries that have legislated to have marijuana or non-psychotropic cannabis to be used medicinally to alleviate pain and suffering.

Law 30681 – that regulates the use of medicinal and therapeutic cannabis and its derivatives


Cannabis Sativa

Cannabis Sativa

Cannabis Articles

Lemnos lab

Press Release

NEW BREAKTHROUGH in Non-Psychotropic Cannabis Powered Hover Board Prototypes Announced by Lemnos Lab and E.J. Fagerstrom IV

New device is a zero-emission single-controller platform capable of unassisted flight.

Lemnos Lab will market to civilian, industrial and military groups nationwide.

Its propelled by cannabis or hemp

Lemnos Lab of San Francisco has completed the first field tests of their zero-emission Cannabis-Powered Hover Board (CPHB) and are preparing to mass-produce a commercial example. The CPHB, which is entirely powered by the electrically-assisted combustion of powdered dried commercial-grade hemp and cannabis, and produces no emissions beyond chemically-neutral powdered carbon dust, promises a revolution in personal transportation. Lemnos Lab has already been approached by numerous representatives of the United States Department of Defense, as well as a variety of aerospace contractors, interested in the practical applications of this technology.“The CPHB is capable of speeds of up to 70 miles per hour in any weather, can be easily controlled with minimal training by a novice pilot, and completely revolutionizes the field of personal mobility,” says Lemnos Product Development Chief Jasminder Singh. “Previous ‘hoverboard’ technologies were loud, cumbersome and dependent on petroleum-based fuels or external power sources- but no longer.”The design was made possible by the combination of two unlikely sources- a German fighter jet engine from 1944 developed by Dr. Alexander Lippisch, and E.J Fagerstrom’s 1967 invention of an unusual rotary power-transmission mechanism. The former, powered by a centrifugal hopper of coal dust, and the latter, a high-speed rotary power coupling, allows for the production of a engine which burns hemp or cannabis with near-100% efficiency, producing an exhaust containing nothing but water vapour, nitrogen, and trace amounts of chemically-neutral non-pollutant granulated carbon.E.J. Fagerstrom IV’s contribution of extremely high-quality industrial-grade hemp and cannabis fibres as a fuel were the spark for the project, which initially sought to create a purely electrically-powered system driven by Electric Ducted Fans (EDFs). It was soon realized, however, that the thermobaric combustion of a powdered fuel source generated far more thrust- and with the addition of Lemnos Labs proprietary Rotary Disk Engine (RDE), even more environmentally-friendly than lead or lithium-based batteries.CPHBs offer a sea-change in the way that humans being move- providing for the first time an environmentally-sustainable means of personal flight for anyone, without overhead. “CPHBs can be used as personal vehicles, but also as sporting equipment, industrial platforms to allow for safe work at heights without the risk of falling, and even military transports- the applications are as vast as the human imagination that made this technology possible, bottom line, I hope we don't go up in smoke," says Emile J Fagerstrom IV.



Lemnos Lab Haiku

Lemnos Lab Haiku