NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. – On Tuesday night, North Andover residents voted on whether or not to welcome the marijuana industry to the town – and if so, to which extent. There was a large turnout at the high school as residents made their voices heard and cast their votes on six different … Read More
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“Although pure CBD oil has not yet been associated with adverse health effects, CBD vape oils most likely contain synthetic cannabinoids , concentrated tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and/or other hazardous compounds in addition to, or in place of, CBD oil,” Army Public Health Center officials said in the … Read More
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“We recommend hemp products primarily for mobility issues, like arthritis in older pets,” says Dr. Cornelia Wagner at Hawthorne Vet Clinic. “It won’t be effective for … “In dogs in particular,” Silver writes, “the high-CBD, low-THC hemp plant is much safer to use in pets than the high-THC marijuana strains.”. Read More
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Marianne Yong, owner of Wholly Hemp Farm in Klamath Falls, also joined Medina as a petitioner for recreational cannabis sales. A prospective petition with the city was officially received on Jan. 18. Oregon law says any elector who protests could still file to contest the petition in Klamath County Circuit … Read More
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Green MP Chloe Swarbrick’s bill on medicinal cannabis has been stubbed out in Parliament tonight. In an emotive debate at the first reading, the bill was voted down by 73 votes to 47 in a conscience vote. All Green MPs, most Labour MPs and Act’s David Seymour supported the bill. All National Party … Read More
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“Police try their best to eradicate the hemp business. In 2017, the cannabis crop on over 440 bighas (88 acres) of land was destroyed in Malana and its surrounding areas by police.” For villagers, this comes at a cost. “Once upon a time, villagers involved in this business used to earn millions per month … Read … Continue reading India’s cannabis hot-spot experiments with alternative livelihoods →
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Ibadan – Gbenga Opaleye, the chairman of Ibadan Southwest Local Government Area of Oyo State, on Tuesday, declared that the council had begun clampdown on Indian hemp joints within communities notorious for violence within the council area. Opaleye spoke with newsmen shortly after holding a … Read More
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Attorney General Mark Furey, left, and Bret Mitchell, CEO of the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, arrive at a news conference in Halifax on Tuesday. Cannabis will be sold at nine Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) stores across Nova Scotia starting in July. In Cape Breton, the Sydney River NSLC … Read More
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Courthouse marijuana restrictions. Learn about the Massachusetts Court System’s courthouse marijuana restrictions. Pursuant to the Trial Court’s authority under M.G.L. c. 94G, s. 2(d)(2), the use, possession or transfer of marijuana within any courthouse is prohibited. Read More
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Benton County could push more cannabis growers indoors as it struggles to contain the unanticipated fallout from legal marijuana, including harvest-related odors. After some Finley residents complained about cannabis harvest odors last summer, the county passed a six-month moratorium against new … Read More
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A seminar at Chippewa Valley Technical College had farmers gathered form near and far to learn about an up and coming market in Wisconsin: growing industrialized hemp . “Commodity prices are really depressed right now,” said Joe H. Bragger, a farmer from Independence. “Dairy prices, corn, beans, … Read More
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Questale released a detailed assessment of trends in Global Hemp Rope market. The research report includes diverse topics like total market size, key market drivers, challenges, growth opportunities, key players etc. We have also covered key market updates, the impact of regulations and … Read More
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Those are the highs and lows according to a 2018 cannabis price index released Wednesday morning by Seedo, the German company that manufactures small-scale hydroponic grow devices. Seedo’s team of data experts selected 120 cities around the world—in countries where the plant ranges from … Read More
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The work is the first to investigate how admissions to drug treatment programmes rise and fall in line with the strength of cannabis available to users. It found that changes in demand for treatment typically lagged five to seven years behind changes to cannabis strength. “This is the first study to provide … Read More
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FAIRHAVEN — The marijuana advisory committee was missing some members on a snowy Tuesday morning in the banquet room of Town Hall. The committee generally consists of 7 members, including Town Administrator Mark Rees and Police Chief Michael Myers. New for 2018, the ad-hoc body … Read More
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Part of the pitch for liberalizing marijuana laws has been the drug’s use as a way to curb nausea, especially in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. But it turns out that heavy, regular marijuana use over a long stretch can cause intense bouts of vomiting and painful cramps. Doctors aren’t certain … Read More
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U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz plans to introduce legislation to allow military veterans access to medicinal marijuana . Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach, told veterans in a recent community forum in Pensacola that he supports marijuana as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and other service-related medical … Read More
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An Oxnard man was arrested after he was allegedly found in possession of 397 grams of marijuana , 85 marijuana edibles, 87 marijuana e-cigarettes and 18 packages of concentrated cannabis. Camarillo police said the man was caught during a driver checkpoint held from 8 p.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. … Read More
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Two medicinal cannabis Bills head to Parliament: one led by a Green Party MP, and other a Government-sponsored Bill that’s been called ‘conservative’. Read More
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Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick attends Rātana Pa celebrations on January 23. Source: Chloe Swarbrick, Facebook. Today marks a critical time for the future of medical cannabis patients in New Zealand, as 23-year-old Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick unveils her Member’s Bill for medicinal cannabis … Read More
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Warrant officers Willem de Beer and Johan Peens with a cut-down dagga plant. Photo: Supplied. Police recently warned residents to be vigilant following a recent surge in house robberies in Kilnerpark. Police spokesperson Coba Brits also urged residents not to disturb any crime scene before … Read More
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A separate section with Hemp Seed Milk industry key players is included in the report, which provides a comprehensive analysis of price, cost, gross, revenue, product picture, specifications, company profile, and contact information. The Market Research, besides estimating the Hemp Seed Milk’ market … Read More
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A police dog discovered a large cardboard box containing 340 pounds of marijuana Monday night outside a vacant house on 10th Street, according to the Metropolitan Enforcement Group of Southern Illinois. At about 8 p.m. Monday, an Illinois State Police Canine Unit was driving on 10th Street near … Read More
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We read all the time about how good turmeric is for us, and how celery is one of the most anti-inflammatory foods, and eating clean DEFINITELY makes me feel better overall, but recently I added hemp hearts to my diet in an effort to consume more plant-based healthy fats. It might sound dramatic, but … Read … Continue reading Why you need to be eating Hemp Hearts →
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When Aurora Cannabis succeeded in its takeover of CanniMed Therapeutics — a two-month bid that was fraught with hostilities — it not only acquired the most well-oiled medical marijuana machine in the country, it bought over a company whose advances in cannabis research perfectly complement … Read More
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The move to rezone the parcels, often a routine process, sparked an outcry from some residents wanting to limit cannabis businesses near the Cove neighborhood, while others who supported the expansion of the marijuana industry in the city urged the Council to “be progressive.” The City Council … Read More
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The multi-billion dollar cannabis industry has continued to grow following pot legalization in California, yet cannabis businesses say they’ve been shut out of the private banking industry, creating a danger for both them and their customers. Cannabis businesses I spoke with … Read More
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Eventually, Sandford was charged in a superseding indictment which alleged he distributed synthetic cannabinoids (designer drugs) between July 2014 and March 24, 2015, in the Penn Yan area. He was further charged with distributing such substances–and controlled substance analogues, which are … Read More
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A Charlotte, North Carolina, man was accused of having 3 pounds of marijuana in separate shrink-wrapped bags, according to authorities. Curtis Richard Bledsoe, 22, was charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute. He was booked Tuesday in to the Hall County Jail, where he … Read More
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Green Party MP Chloe Swarbrick’s Member’s Bill will be voted on in Parliament on Wednesday, but will it get over the line? Ms Swarbrick told The AM Show she and the Bill’s supporters would just “have to wait and see” whether the conscience vote will get a majority. She said recent developments had … Read More
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Jeff Sessions has indicated that the federal government will begin enforcing federal laws banning marijuana in states where cannabis is legal. But it didn’t take long for one of Chiang’s Democratic rivals in the governor’s race, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, to take a swipe at him. Within minutes of Chiang’s … Read More
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After a recent check, we have noted that Marijuana Inc (HEMP ) shares have dropped -3.73% lower over the past 4-weeks. Checking on performance over the last 5 trading days, shares have changed -9.15%. For the last 6-months, shares have changed 54.49%. Over the last full year, shares have … Read More
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Rangitata’s MPs say they are backing the Government’s proposed bill to allow people with a terminal illness to use cannabis . But while Rangitata-based Labour List MP Jo Luxton says she’s also backing a bill from the Green Party to allow people to grow cannabis for medicinal use, National party … Read More
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When I met my neighbor’s dog Luna, I was happy to dog-sit her. A social, affectionate 10-year-old German shepherd-wolf mix, she was one of those dogs that try to cuddle in your lap despite their large size. Then we went outside our downtown apartment building for a walk. The second the doors to the … Read … Continue reading Portlanders Are Successfully Treating Pets With Cannabis —And Some Vets Are Onboard →
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Compassionate Cultivation received the state’s first dispensary license on October 31st of last year, and planted their first cannabis seeds the same day. Two and a half months later, the Austin-based company has successfully harvested and extracted CBD oil from their plants, and plans to begin sales in … Read More
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Since voters approved the legalization of recreational marijuana in 2016, cities and towns across the state have scrambled to modify their cannabis ordinances. Thanks to Prop. 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), starting on Jan. 1 adults were finally able to smoke and consume weed without fear … Read More
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California is considering setting up a state-owned bank for its newly legalised cannabis industry, which it says has to operate mainly in cash due to federal regulations blocking access to traditional banking. The issue has taken on a new urgency following the US justice department’s decision to end a … Read More
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Ward 4 Councilman De’Keither Stamps said if approved, the ordinance would keep low-level offenders out of jail. Stamps said people who are caught with 30 grams of marijuana or less would be given a ticket and fined no more than $100 without jail time. Stamps said Jackson police resources are … Read More
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With the legalization of marijuana around the corner, this club is working towards educating seniors about cannabis . GUEST: Brent Curtis, CEO of Rocky Mountain Cannabis Club. Read More
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Bangor, Maine: United States Attorney Halsey B. Frank announced that Nicholas Reynolds, 33, of Bangor, pleaded guilty yesterday in U.S. District Court to conspiring to manufacture, distribute, and possess with intent to distribute marijuana . According to court records, during a period between October … Read More
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The discount brokerages pointed to retail investors opening accounts for the first time, some of them to access crypto and cannabis investments. The trading surge, reminiscent of the tech bubble, suggests the market rally is entering a melt-up stage, analysts tell the Journal. Tons of individual investors … Read More
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A family paying $1100 a month for medicinal cannabis drugs are pleading with MPs to vote for a Green Party bill today, which looks set to lose by a narrow margin. Green MP Chloe Swarbrick’s bill will have its first reading in Parliament on Wednesday evening. Swarbrick told media on Wednesday … Read More
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BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — Police have released video footage of a marijuana raid at an Oklahoma residence in which officers fatally shot a 72-year-old woman. According to the Bartlesville Police Department, Geraldine Townsend was shot after she fired a pellet gun at officers during the Jan. Read More
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Blong Ly Vang, of Claremont, appeared before Catawba County District Court Judge Amy Sigmon Walker on charges of one felony count of trafficking marijuana , one felony count of possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana , and one felony count of maintaining a dwelling for a controlled … Read More
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John Kasich signed into law in 2016 a bill that legalizes marijuana for medicinal uses, including cancer, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder or chronic pain. It allows multiple forms of medical marijuana to be sold, such as edibles, oils, patches and vaporizing, but smoking the plant is not … Read More
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“Hemp is great for fiber and hemp is great for oil and biofuel,” she said. “We can’t make use of this great crop that actually built America because marijuana is illegal.” Balter also wants to add highway tolls in ways that pose the lowest cost to Connecticut residents, while McKeen said she would “probably” … Read … Continue reading Two Democrats looking to challenge Fasano →
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With the first retail sales of adult use marijuana slated to take place in just over five months, the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (the “Commission”) is working overtime to regulate an industry that some project will exceed $1 billion in revenue by 2020. As the July 1st target date for the … Read More
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Developed by Emerald Scientific, the bi-annual test provides cannabis laboratories with an opportunity to demonstrate their competence to existing clients, potential customers, regulatory agencies and accreditation bodies. The test seeks to establish an industry benchmark for cannabis testing while … Read More
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The government of Nunavut is proposing a legal age of 19 for recreational marijuana consumption – but says it probably won’t have retail cannabis stores set up by the end of the year because the federal government’s legalization timeline is too tight. Nunavut launched consultations this week on how it … Read More
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With two cannabis -related bills floating around Parliament at the moment, I for one am a bit confused. Does this mean I can get stoned now? Why two bills? How are they different? The answer to the first question is no. It’s still illegal. So why are there two bills? And how are they different? … Continue reading What you need to know about Parliament’s medicinal cannabis debate →
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In the world of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), the most widely anticipated products are those related to cryptocurrencies and marijuana stocks. Investors will be waiting awhile for digital currency ETFs as regulators recently rebuffed plans for such funds. Fortunately, marijuana ETFs are not encountering … Read More
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GOODYEAR, AZ – First responders treated five students for a reported overdose at a school in Goodyear on Tuesday. Goodyear fire said five children between the ages of 10 and 11 years old reportedly ingested edible marijuana . Read More
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Global Hemp Yarn Market Research Report 2018 to 2022 provides a unique tool for evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, and supporting strategic and tactical decision-making. This report recognizes that in this rapidly-evolving and competitive environment, up-to-date marketing information … Read More
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Opaleye, who spoke in an interview with journalists on Tuesday insisted that it was unfortunate that there were over 100 Indian hemp joints in Ibadan South West local government alone. He said that he was working in conjunction with security agencies,the especially NDLEA to check the tide. He said ” I … Read More
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Inverell is one of the lucky few cannabis operators with a federal license, and they grow in Uruguay where they cultivate their own strains of hemp for medical use. This marks the first entry into Latin America for Canadian-based Cannabis Wheaton Income. Inverell made a name for itself cultivating stevia, … Read More
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Breakfast is her “favourite meal of the day” and typically includes oats with chia seeds, hemp seeds, agave, almond butter, raisins and cinnamon. The Furious 7 star follows up her big breakfast with a medium sized lunch – scrambled eggs, capsicum, tomatoes, spinach, avocado, mushrooms and turkey … Read More
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The newly drafted regulations presented today — largely uncontroversial — drew on the 30-plus other states who’ve approved hemp for research. The rules would require both growers and processors (who take the hemp and create products from it) to apply for licenses from the Plant Board. Read More
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A new bill aims to establish a marijuana delivery pilot program in the state, allowing for home-delivered medical and recreational cannabis. … Following Oregon’s move, licensed marijuana deliveries have occurred in Nevada; and in California, where some licensed medical marijuana deliveries have … Read More
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Nobody was injured when a car crashed into a recreational cannabis shop on Monday evening, according to Lacey Fire officials. The crash was reported at 7:52 p.m. in the 4800 block of Yelm Highway, according to a Thurston County dispatcher. “Details of the crash are still a little hazy,” the fire district … Read More
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Though various studies have linked teenage cannabis use to noticeable cognitive decline in adulthood, a recent paper published in the journal NeuroImage casts doubt on the existence of this straightforward cause-and-effect relationship. Among a sample of 28-year-olds who took a working-memory … Read More
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Forget boxes of chocolates and chicken nugget bouquets. (Yes, they exist, but that’s for another time.) This year, cannabis Valentine’s Day cards will get you the most (pot) brownie points on Feb. 14. In honor of the annual celebration of romantic love, California-based cannabis company Henry’s Original … Read More
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Introduction. On January 25, 2018, Aphria, a licensed producer of cannabis for medical purposes located in Ontario, began a voluntary Type III recall of two lots of dried marijuana that were produced between January 19 and January 22, 2018. The affected lot number(s) are found below. Read More
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New measures recently introduced to New York State’s House and Senate could result in opioid addiction being a qualifying condition for medical marijuana use. In the Senate, amended legislation including opioid abuse disorder is being championed by Democrat Senator Diane Savino. “Many addicts … Read More
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A Boulder venture capital firm said it has $50 million it wants to invest in marijuana -related companies. Venture capital company Canopy said it’s launched Canopy Ventures I, “a $50 million venture fund targeting growth stage companies … that provide value throughout the cannabis supply chain.”. Read More
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Whenever you hear about a marijuana dispensary being raided somewhere in Canada, you can’t help but think: what happens to all the cannabis and edibles being taken away? Surely some of the police officers involved in a raid smoke weed (doesn’t everyone?) and took some for their own supply. Read More
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Deputies said the 65 pounds of marijuana had a street value of $130,000. Vang was charged with felony trafficking marijuana by possession, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana , felony maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances, felony possession of a weapon by a felon and … Read More
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State Treasurer John Chiang laid out a plan Tuesday to create a public bank for marijuana merchants in open defiance of what he called an “out of step” Trump Administration fixing to take the hose to California’s new trade. Chiang said he and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra have initiated “a … Read More
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The province has announced the locations of nine Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC ) outlets that will sell cannabis beginning in July. The stores are located in Amherst, Dartmouth, Halifax, Lower Sackville, New Glasgow, Sydney River, Truro and Yarmouth. Exact locations are listed below. Read More
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But while cannabis possession and use is legal, sales have remained illegal as lawmakers try to overhaul the voter-approved law and spur the regulatory process under Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s administration. LePage has criticized legalizing marijuana and called for lawmakers to address … Read More
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Novello’s latest cause—supporting the effort to reduce or eliminate criminal penalties for cannabis possession in Texas—has put him in hot water again. Over the past few months, according to documents reviewed by Leafly, the Dallas Police Department (DPD) has been conducting an internal affairs … Read More
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Re “What are the benefits, risks of marijuana use? Experts are just finding out” (sacbee.com, Jan. 26): Claims that we just don’t know enough about cannabis fail to pass the smell test. A search on PubMed, the repository for all peer-reviewed published research, using the term “marijuana” yields more … Read More
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Amanda Mac of Trail Blaizin’ expands on how terpenes don’t act alone. “We need terpenes and other cannabinoids to mitigate the psychoactivity of THC.” Cannabinoids and terpenes work together in concert to create what’s called “the entourage effect.” As their educational literature explains, “THC in … Read More
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“BAM Agricultural Solutions is now executing a go-to-market strategy to bring the benefits of the BAM-FX technology to the rapidly expanding world market for cannabis and hemp production,” stated Tim Peach, ZGSI’s Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Peach further added, “We are currently in discussions with … Read More
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Industrial Hemp Market Status and Trend Report 2013-2023 offers a comprehensive analysis on Industrial Hemp industry, standing on the readers’ perspective, delivering detailed Industrial Hemp market data and penetrating insights. No matter the client is industry insider, potential entrant or investor, … Read More
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The Global Hemp Fiber Market report contains Market Revenue, Investment Opportunity, Market Features, Market Demand by Segment & Hemp Fiber market Growth aspects. A wide variety of applications, Utilization ratio, Supply and demand analysis are also consist in the report. It shows manufacturing … Read More
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HALIFAX — Cannabis will be sold at nine Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation stores across the province when the drug is officially legalized in July. The province announced pot will be sold at four outlets in the Halifax area and at stores in Amherst, Truro, New Glasgow, Sydney River, and Yarmouth. Read More
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January 30, 2018) – Cannabis Growth Opportunity Corporation (CSE: CGOC) (CSE: CGOC.WT) is the latest new listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange, trading under the symbol “CGOC” with warrants trading under the symbol “CGOC.WT”.InvestmentPitch Media has produced a “video” which … Read More
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Green Party MP Chloe Swarbrick’s Member’s Bill will be voted on in Parliament on Wednesday, but will it get over the line? Ms Swarbrick told The AM Show she and the Bill’s supporters would just “have to wait and see” whether the conscience vote will get a majority. She said recent developments had … Read More
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Conrad noted that large-scale cultivation of industrial hemp acts as a carbon sink to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. “It’s absurd that we don’t have massive hemp fields growing around our cities and industries to pull out the CO2. The only reason we do not to do that is the artificial … Read More
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Andrew Cuomo stated in his recent budget presentation that he wants to explore the legalization of recreational marijuana in New York. There are those who tout the financial benefits of increased tax revenue to states that have legalized marijuana . A Republican gubernatorial candidate, Joel Giambra, … Read More
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The Nova Scotia government is calling an initial nine-store network for the province’s cannabis sales “a reasonable approach” as the country moves toward a legalized marijuana market this summer. But Justice Minister Mark Furey admitted Tuesday there are gaps in that network — most notably in the … Read More
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Marshmallow bon-bons, soaking salts, and cannabis -infused ginger beer, all delivered to your door. Image: Courtesy Green Box. From scrappy mom-and-pops to sleek bastions of award-winning interior design, the Portland metro area now boasts some 200 cannabis shops. But even upmarket … Read More
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Opponents said the bill, along with others Farnsworth has recently introduced, would violate the First Amendment and limit important information for patients of medical marijuana . Under Senate Bill 1060, any company that publishes contact or product information for a dispensary without an official … Read More
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Juárez police made a large drug bust after stopping two vehicles crammed floor-to-ceiling with marijuana packages during the weekend. Police found 1,320 pounds of marijuana Saturday night after stopping a pair of Honda Element vehicles driven by a married couple allegedly working for the Sinaloa … Read More
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SAN DIEGO, Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Medical Marijuana , Inc. (OTC: MJNA), the first-ever publicly traded cannabis company in the United States, today announced that it has been named one of three top hemp producers of 2018 by MMJ Reporter. According to a report by the Hemp Business … Read More
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Vang has been charged with one felony count of trafficking marijuana by possession, one felony count of possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana , one felony count of maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances, one felony count of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and one … Read More
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Although the cannabis industry has traditionally skewed male, both in terms of executive leadership and consumer spending, a new report by the cannabis technology company Eaze, which analyzed the consumer habits of over 15,000 survey respondents and 350,000 cannabis consumers in the state … Read More
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Treat yourself and your stash this new year by picking up this personal humidor and hydrometer from 00 Box. This handcrafted Spanish cedar wood and brass finished storage box comes complete with a 130-micron pollen extraction screen, wooden pull-out collection tray faceted with an easy to collect … Read More
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The nation’s politicians are about to debate two different types of cannabis reform. Thomas Coughlan explains where they both sit on the reform spectrum and details their pros and cons. After 10 years of waiting, politicians wanting cannabis reform suddenly have two options in front of them in one week. Read More
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Cannabis Science, Inc. (OTC: CBIS), a U.S. company specializing in the development of cannabinoid -based medicines, is pleased to announce that the Company is finalizing the buildout and upgrades to its facilities and is preparing for the Grand Opening of CBIS’ first two Pre-ICO Pharmacies in … Read More
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“Although pure CBD oil has not yet been associated with adverse health effects, CBD vape oils most likely contain synthetic cannabinoids , concentrated tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and/or other hazardous compounds in addition to, or in place of, CBD oil,” officials said. The alert cautioned troops to … Read More
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Marijuana users in Saskatoon will have to follow the same rules as cigarette smokers after legalization. At their regular monthly meeting on Monday, councillors voted unanimously to add marijuana to its current smoking bylaw. As a result, marijuana smoking or vaping won’t be allowed in restaurants, … Read More
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Amendment 64, the initiative that legalized retail marijuana , allows cities to decide whether to ban or allow marijuana businesses, and if so, which type of businesses. As of January 29, 70 towns and cities in Colorado had approved retail marijuana sales within their jurisdictions, according to a … Read More
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