Back in March, COVID-19 took the world by storm. Since that time, there been a desperate search for anything that can treat, cure, or even prevent this virus. While we still don’t have all the answers, cannabis has surprisingly found a spotlight within this pandemic.
Over the past few months we have found ourselves stunned, shocked and separated from the outside world.
Hey folks!! Good to be back, but, what a world, eh? Onward..I have to say, first, on a personal note, watching Elon Musk’s hardware leave the Earth with NASA Astronauts, the first time since 2012, was a sight that should unite the world. Colonizing the stars is humanity’s ultimate destiny, and this is the next step that President Kennedy spoke about, so passionately
It’s been a weird few months, right? I hope that you and yours have been coping okay with all this madness – I know it’s not been easy.
The year 2020 hasn’t turned out quite as the world might have hoped. A virus pandemic known as the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus has created a trail of destruction across much of the world, with global death statistics recording more than 550,000 fatalities as of July 1, 2020.
For years, cannabis stocks were virtually unstoppable. Following a more-than-tripling in worldwide sales between 2014 and 2018 to $10.9 billion, Wall Street and investors sent pot stock valuations into the stratosphere.
Cannabis researchers in Canada say the plant-based drug may provide resistance to SARS-CoV-2. Their preliminary findings are part of broader research into the use of medicinal cannabis in treating cancer.
The government has announced plans to measure the threat from Covid-19 in England, with a new five-level, colour-coded alert system.
Allowing cannabis delivery is a good start. But too much weed is still being sold on the illicit market
One of the biggest criticisms of Canada’s legalization of cannabis is that its cumbersome rules and limited retail options can’t compete with the black market. What would help? Allowing cannabis home deliveries from retailers to continue after the pandemic.
The new coronavirus appeared and began causing devastation around the world with such haste that most individuals have not had time to catch their breath — if you can pardon the metaphor.