It’s all too easy to take our lives for granted. Many of us live our lives in a perpetual bustle, moving from one day to the next without much time to think about what’s important and always thinking about the things we would like to do if we could only find the time.
To make two things that are good into something exceptional is the simple translation of Cuvee’ (although in French it is much sexier) and the strain was originally created in 2014 in Northern California.
Hybrid of Sunset Sherbert X G.S.C Thin Mints that form a wonderful plant with a high level of THC of 25%. You will have a large plant and an impressive production of resin. On your palate, Gelato # 33 will leave a pleasant taste and sweet aromas with citrus and earthy touches.
Ocean Grown Cookies is a feminized cannabis seed that brings together two U.S. legends.
Women of Weed World – Women in Cannabis: A Living History -Survey finding women’s voices in the cannabis space – By Sharon Letts
A grassroots survey intended to provide monthly and quarterly reports on women in the cannabis industry has been circulating on social media, begun by Ladyjane Branding and Wolfe Research & Consulting and sponsored by several companies in the space.
Olivia Newton-John & John Easterling – Using cannabis oil for cancer and replacing opioids – By Sharon Letts
Olivia Newton-John needs no introduction. With a 50 year musical career and more than 100 million albums sold including: four Grammys, ten number one hits, and awards too numerous to name. Her starring roles in Grease and the cult classic Xanadu came with praise from Billboard Magazine, naming Olivia one of the Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Women Artists in 2015.
A mum whose son needs cannabis oil to ease his epileptic seizures claims he has been “forgotten by our Government”.
Mike Tyson’s business partner Alki David says naming Barcelona’s Nou Camp after their cannabis company is “an amazing idea”.
A unique formulation of cannabis terpenes is being tested for its efficacy in treating viral infections, including COVID-19.
LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. — Researchers at the University of Lethbridge say while clinical trials still need to be done, data they’ve been collecting over the past four years shows promise that some cannabis extracts may help in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.