Speculation surged after a video posted to YouTube — since deleted — by a user with the screen name “Gabor the Blind Guy” showed a Coca-Cola can with a childproof lid. The man in the video says that his father is a head engineer for a company that “produces bottling and capping machines for many major pharmaceutical and food companies.”
European savers will soon be offered their first opportunity to invest in an exchange traded fund focused on the fast-growing legal marijuana industry. Canadian fund group Purpose Investments plans to launch the Medical Cannabis and Wellness ETF from January 13, which will be Europe’s first such product.
Gavin and Stacey has been hit with more backlash, but this time critics are concerned viewers casually will turn to cannabis because Mick (played by Larry Lamb) and Pam (Alison Steadman) smoked a spliff with pals Dawn (Julia Davis) and Pete (Adrian Scarborough).
Illinois said $3.2 million worth of legal marijuana was sold on Tuesday, the first day the drug could legally be purchased for recreational use in the state, as a new law went into effect that could also clear the records of hundreds of thousands of people with arrest records.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy tells incredible story about drug gang growing cannabis in warehouse owned by Spurs
Levy helped the north London club complete their move into a brand new £1billion stadium earlier this year after years of planning and renovating.
SunBelt Hemp came into being as a meeting of minds between generational farmers from the farming community from the South Eastern United States and Cannabis geneticists who have been working with the cannabis plant for 35 years in both the USA and in Europe.
Naama Issachar, an Israeli-American young woman, is currently facing an unimaginable sentence of over seven years in a Russian prison after local police found 9 grams of Indian Charas in her baggage.
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is a good base for salad dressings and preserving and pickling foods, but it’s also an age-old remedy previously used by our grandmothers and their grandmother’s before us for hundreds of years for prevention and maintaining good health.
On October 1st, West Hollywood, California saw the opening of the first licensed cannabis cafe in the United States. A place where people can come to try exquisite meals while, at the same time, puffing away at a joint or devouring some cannabis-infused edibles.
The American Nurses Association of America (ANAA) published a statement in October of 2016, asking the federal government to further research on cannabis as remedy, proclaiming its support for the use of cannabis and specifically, cannabinoids, for use in treating disease and alleviating symptoms.