Israeli Agriculture Ministry Classifies Medical Cannabis as an Official Farming Sector The Israeli Agriculture Ministry has classified medical cannabis as an official farming sector, the first official new crop recognized by the government in a decade. Under this new classification, between 15 and 20 cannabis farmers will gain access to government aid and grants, as well…
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The Doc had heard wondrous things about the famous Critical strain and always been very curious about it. After all, Critical is famed as the plant that caused a cannabis cultivation revolution From Spain The Doc had heard wondrous things about the famous Critical strain and always been very curious about it. After all, Critical…
Like many people around the globe whose life has been eased due to cannabis, Jessica owes many of her daily pleasures to this plant. Small things that many of us take for granted, she can now enjoy. Even if not for the physiological benefits, her cannabis medication is worth it for the peace of mind it brings. “Putting my Trust in Cannabis was scary at first.
As the Trump administration signals closer scrutiny of marijuana in states that have legalized it, three Western states are trying to rein in far-flung home growers.
I grew up in a strict household. My parents were an interesting blend of hippie and conservative, and my education about drugs went as far as “Don’t do them.”
WASHINGTON ― Sen. Orrin Hatch (R), the 83-year-old conservative senator from Utah, made a strong case Wednesday for more federal research into the benefits of medical marijuana.
The 32ND International Epilepsy Congress was held in Barcelona, Spain, this past week, and CBD products were a prominent part of the conversation throughout the event.
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts’ highest court ruled Tuesday that field sobriety tests typically used in drunken-driving cases cannot be treated as conclusive evidence that a motorist was operating under the influence of marijuana.
Local grower Joseph Snow has developed a natural farming method that he says will meet California’s new mandate for cannabis to be free of pesticides, fungus, and mold.