Cannabis coaching is as much a gig about growing as it is about people – and Natalie Carver wouldn’t have it any other way.
Browsing: Home grow
People who use medical marijuana will soon be able to grow their own as new federal regulations for the drug come into effect.
A constitutional challenge of Canada’s new medical marijuana laws will hear from marijuana law experts from Holland, Israel and the U.S. when it begins Monday in Vancouver.
Federal Court of Appeal upholds an injunction
Ottawa’s introduction of a medical marijuana strategy last summer was supposed to relieve some anxiety.
Patients who are currently licensed to grow their own pot will be permitted to continue producing the drug when new regulations take effect on April 1, a Federal Court judge ruled Friday.
In a few months, Canadians who use medical marijuana will have to purchase it through government regulated growers, and it’s not sitting well with people who need the medication.
Using wastewater from fish farming and hydroponic lamps, 100 green leafy plants are beginning to thrive.