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CANNABIS CULTURE- A shipment of 50 kilograms of dried marijuana flowers from an Alberta growing company has been sent to Germany to help start the supply German citizens with medical marijuana while the EU leader builds the capacity to grow their own.
CANNABIS CULTURE- There are medicines that we can supply ourselves – mostly herbal medicines – which also happen to be, on average, safer, cheaper and more effective than the synthetics. The advantage of synthetics seem to be mostly producer advantages – they can be patented and monopolized. Creating a herb monopoly can be challenging, as
Legalizing cannabis doesn’t just create jobs involving cultivation of the plant; it also creates businesses that aid those cultivations, infused-product manufacturers and dispensaries.
Growing industry seeks talent at job fair presented by the National Institute for Cannabis Health and Education.
Members of Congress from across the political spectrum are pushing for pot research – but can they change Jeff Sessions’ mind?
The parliamentary secretary to Canada’s Minister of Public Safety says Canadians who have used marijuana legally at home should “be honest and tell the truth” when they show up at the U.S. border next year
Two plainclothes detectives were driving a white unmarked pickup truck through a heavily forested road in Polk County on an overcast day in March 2012.
Cannabis might still be illegal in the UK, but new research has found that the leafy substance might not be the vilified “gateway drug” it’s widely thought to be.
A gram of legal cannabis in Ontario is likely to cost you around $10, according to CBC News.
CANNABIS CULTURE- Meet Carrie and her daughter, Maddie. Maddie suffers from hydrocephalus, which is a buildup of fluid in the brain’s cavities (ventricles), ultimately causing an increase in the size of the ventricles and cranial pressure.
A southern Ontario college says it will be the first to offer a post-secondary credential in the production of commercial cannabis.