CHICAGO — A Chicago chef is infusing meals with marijuana to create a dining experience you’ll never forget, while educating the public about the plant.
As the global death toll continues to rise from the coronavirus pandemic and anxiety for Americans escalates along with the unemployment rate, operators of cannabis dispensaries across the country have reported that business is booming.
Health-conscious customers at a Nottingham restaurant can now choose from a new range of mindful drinks, which includes a coffee made with a cannabis-derived chemical.
Sharing is an important part of cannabis culture. It’s especially common in recreational users, for whom the communal use of cannabis is a way of social interaction and even a social ritual.
The Coronavirus pandemic is now in full swing, with non-essential retail businesses being ordered to close in a number of countries around the world. Included are legal cannabis dispensaries in countries like the US, Canada, and the Netherlands, where customers are queueing in order to stock up.
Colorado cannabis shops notched sales of nearly $1.75 billion during 2019, Setting a new annual sales record for the state home to the nation’s longest-established recreational cannabis industry, according to Colorado Department of Revenue data first reported by the Denver Westword.
The couple, who now live in Grand Junction, Colorado, originally met through their predilection for cannabis, so it seemed only fitting. Clara met Dusty while she was working at a local bar and he ended up loaning her a spliff, which was when sparks flew for the couple. In June 2017, the pair married at their home ranch and decided to celebrate their wedding doing what they loved – sharing a joint with friends and family.
International personal care giant Colgate Palmolive has announced that it is set to acquire CBD oral care company, Hello Products. It is the most recent in a wave of established health brands entering the CBD space through acquisition.
Less than three months into Illinois’ new legal adult use cannabis market, the state says its tax revenue is already exceeding expectations.
A man who was arrested for growing cannabis plants for medicinal purposes believes the law will kill him, when the Class B drug is keeping him alive.