This week scored a mark in history for medical cannabis patients in the Aloha State. Initial sales went into effect on Tuesday on Maui and Wednesday on Oahu at two of the state-licensed dispensaries on the island chain. Although eight dispensaries have been granted licenses by the state’s Department of Health, business owners had been unable to get their product to consumers. Until recently, the Health Department had not approved any testing labs as certified for cannabis quality control.
Irish researchers have launched an extensive new study last year to look into the pain-relieving effects of medical marijuana on various forms of arthritis.
How Legalized Cannabis Cultivation Can Boost Waste Industry Revenue, Support the Economy and Protect the Environment Written by Michele Nestor
Infractions against pollution prevention laws, poor waste management practices and negligent resource conservation are the result of poor practices in growing cannabis.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham report evidence of interactions between CBD oil, with several commonly used anti-epileptic drugs
Two British politician pleaded with the House of Commons to legalise cannabis this week, calling on the public to “break the law,” and use it regardless of the law.
The least studied part of the plant may provide some of its greatest powers. It’s no secret that cannabis is thought to be an incredibly potent and versatile medicine by millions of people around the world.
The Environmental Protection Agency is in charge of regulating pesticides and other chemicals used on agricultural products. But it turns out there’s one crop that they don’t care if it’s poisoned: Marijuana.
Marijuana Justice Act of 2017 may not become law, but it advances the national debate. Senator Cory Booker, sponsored the Marijuana Justice Act of 2017
On our journeys we, at Seeds of Africa, met a lot of interesting people, people that are as passionate about this work as we are and here we want to shed some light on these brothers and sisters and share some of their stories.
During a march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria in 1956, the women sang a freedom song: “Wathint’ abafazi, Strijdom! wathint’ abafazi,wathint’ imbokodo,uza kufa!”
Translated into English this means: “[When] you strike the women, you strike a rock, you will be crushed [you will die]!”