Everyone has heard of CBD and today, with all the media hype and marketing, it is hard not to have heard something about it. Even your Grandparents will have heard positive things about CBD, but what are the authorities saying?
After over a century of irresponsible treatment of our environment, our plant -humanity is in need of a quick solution. Hemp may just be one of the pieces to this giant puzzle.
Within the last decade, cannabidiol (CBD) has become one of the most popular natural alternative medicines for people around the world. With such a versatile amount of health bene¬ts, CBD seems to provide a therapeutic solution for almost anyone out there.Due to this, more and more people seek to give CBD a try.
“Don’t drink and drive – smoke and fly” is an expression that you’ll often hear from cannabis consumers when discussing the use of cannabis while or shortly before operating a vehicle, but how safe is it to consume cannabis and get behind the wheel?
Back in 1990, scientists made a remarkable discovery that both changed the way we view the human body and cannabis: the endocannabinoid system.
Once upon across the green and pleasant land that now constitutes the UK, it was a common sight to see hemp growing.
Since Colorado launched adult-use sales back in 2014, becoming the first U.S. State to legalise recreational use of the plant, the ‘centennial State’ has already turned over $6 billion in cannabis sales revenue. This is according to the Colorado department of revenue.
Imagine being on the best campout ever, purposefully cut-off from everything, with like-minded girlfriends all around you, and a dab bar that opens at 7 a.m.
The approval of license applications for craft cannabis growers in Canada is so slow that, micro-cultivators say, for 150 license requests submitted by March 2018, only two were granted by this point in 2019, and none of the licenses are for growers in Alberta (arguably the country ́s richest province), and the only province where rules forbid growers from selling directly to retailers.
The UN continues to delay its decision on Cannabis Legalization. This includes Industrial Cannabis (Hemp) and its derivatives.