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.
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.
Tinctures and tonics are basically the same thing. Tinctures are typically taken with a dropper, a tonic can be taken with a teaspoon. I like to call my infused drinking alcohol a tonic, but technically, a tincture is any plant steeped in alcohol.
The coronavirus outbreak has prompted several states to allow cannabis delivery and curbside pickup, services that advocates championed before the pandemic but may otherwise have been delayed for months or years — if they were approved at all.