The tea, which is legal due to the low volumes of the psychoactive ingredient of cannabis, is causing quite a stir in Fort William with customers – particularly some older women, popping in for a cup of the calming drink.
Darts legend Bobby George has called for “lifesaving” cannabis to be legalised, saying the drug is a “proper bit of kit”.
Police have branded plans which could see a cannabis club open in County Durham unhelpful in the fight against crime.
Imagine waking up in a colorful and beautifully appointed, mid-century modern themed room, then reaching for your vape pen on the bedside; or enjoying your Volcano on the coffee table like you were at home.
I can also remember how uplifted I felt, opening that bathroom door and feeling the cool morning air on my face. The world was crisp and new, I could see every leaf on every tree, and my third eye was fully open. It felt right. I didn’t know it at the time, but cannabis would become my remedy for what ails me for life.
CBD or cannabidiol, a chemical compound of cannabis, is creating a wave of herbal revolution in the medical world. It has a promising ability to cure a wide array of diseases, both physical and psychological. The happy news is, some of the U.S states have legalized both recreational and medical cannabis, allowing the possibility for citizens to make the most out of the herb.
According to an article from Business Insider, the marijuana business in the United States is a booming business. In fact, the industry saw $52 billion in sales in 2016 and experienced a 76% increase in cannabis jobs for 2019. It simply goes to show that the cannabis business is booming nationwide. The industry is estimated to have an impact of $77 billion to the US economy by 2022.
Menopause is an inevitable phase in every woman’ life. A myriad of undesirable symptoms characterizes the hallmarks of this duration. They include hot flushes and vagina dryness, night sweats, insomnia, nausea, loss of appetite, anxiety, irritability, and low libido, among others. According to studies, most women undergo menopause during their 40s and 50s with 51 being the modern age when menopause kicks in. The period also occurs in three phases that include pre-menopause, menopause, and post-menopause.
A man grew cannabis plants to help his suffering wife with agonising pain from serious back and neck injuries.
She used the cannabis as part of a recipe for cakes that she could eat rather than smoking it and this was less addictive than painkillers, a court heard.
Contrary to popular culture, science says cannabis may help you lose weight. Although it is stereotypical to associate marijuana use with getting “the munchies”, however, recent studies indicate otherwise. In fact, several studies show that pot users’ body mass index (BMI) is actually 7% lower compared to non-users.