Cannabiniers announced Tuesday the launch of a line of non-alcoholic cannabinoid-infused craft beer in California.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The beer´s name is cheeky and daring: “Durban Poison.” This heralds South Africa´s first Cannabis beer after marijuana use was legalized in Africa´s richest country. Now, there are daring ambitions to shift South Africa´s largely young drinkers away from intoxicating, unregulated traditional wheat beers towards less “harmful” cannabis beer alternatives in a countryRead More
Coca-Cola, Molson Coors, New Belgium just some of the companies with their eyes on infused drinks.
The U.S. alcohol trade hasn’t had any real competition for more than eight decades, which has given it a clear path to become the mega $223 billion industry that it is today.
Legalization activists often say that marijuana should be regulated like alcohol, but today’s cannabis consumers don’t appreciate the comparison.
Intervention in Cross-Border Beer Case Could Affect Plans for Provincial Cannabis Monopolies, says Jodie Emery
Will a Supreme Court of Canada case dealing with interprovincial alcohol import limits have implications for provinces that plan to monopolize legal cannabis? Jodie Emery thinks it might.
CANNABIS CULTURE- With all the evidence we have so far, marijuana, cannabis, pot, weed, tea or whatever you want to call it, is orders of magnitude safer than alcohol on pretty much every metric, from health harms to social harms.
John Mayer has some choice words for alcohol.
CANNABIS CULTURE- Canada’s health and addiction organizations have released new guidelines for cannabis users. Unfortunately their advice is biased against cannabis, and will promote heavier use of the more dangerous drug: alcohol.
Now that 4/20 is over and we’ve had a chance to look back, here’s four things we’ve learned about Vancouver’s massive cannabis protest festival.