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France still has some of the most stringent anti-cannabis regulations in Europe but things are slowly changing, opening up huge opportunities in the world’s seventh largest economy (France’s GDP growth has recently been overtaken by India and it has dropped from sixth place).

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

CANNABIS CULTURE – Born and raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Hope Wiseman is passionate about her community. A graduate of Spelman College, where she received a Bachelor’s in Economics. She is now a trailblazer for women of color wanting to enter the emerging market of medical cannabis.

CANNABIS CULTURE – While women continue to take the lead in the future of cannabis, holding more executive positions than in any other industry, some aspects of the industry continue to revert to antiquated gender expectations. The out-of-date notions claiming that it isn’t “ladylike” to smoke pot or that women aren’t as well-versed as menRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE – Ottawa, December 6, Canadian Supreme Court – In October 2012, Gerrard Comeau was arrested for transporting liquor from Quebec to New Brunswick. He had 2 cases of 24 bottles of Sleeman’s Light beer; 2 cases of 24 bottles of Miller Genuine Draft beer; 2 cases of 24 bottles of Molson beer; 3Read More
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