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Fri
06
Nov

Cannabis Consumption Methods: Pros, Cons, and Myths

If you’re a cannabis user, your most important consideration is the flower itself.

However, how one ingests the substance is a close second.

The physical and mental benefits largely depend on how you absorb the herb.

Today, we’ll take a look at the most prominent methods, discuss the positive and negative aspects of each, and end by busting some common myths and misconceptions. 

Fri
06
Nov
Fri
06
Nov

Oregon Cannabis Dispensary Sales: What We Are Seeing On Valuation

The Oregon secondary market for cannabis licenses and businesses remains lively. We have been helping industry buy and sell these businesses since 2016. This post is mostly about pricing for retail plays, which is still an evolving standard, but a standard nonetheless.

First, some context.

Fri
06
Nov

Could a Biden-Harris administration open the door for CBD and medical marijuana endorsements in sports?

If elected, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have vowed to decriminalize cannabis in the U.S., a federal rescheduling that could potentially open the door for major sponsorship opportunities in sports.

Sporticodraws a comparison to sports betting. Legislation that effectively outlawed the practice was overturned in 2018, leading to major deals for sports gambling companies like DraftKings, which is now the National Football League’ s official sports-betting partner.

Thu
05
Nov

Is it legal to smoke weed at home? UK cannabis laws explained

CANNABIS use is a hotly contested topic the world over - but what are the rules in the UK?

Here we explain the laws surrounding smoking weed, and if it is ok to do it in your own home...

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The pungent, slightly floral smell of someone smoking cannabis is often hard to disguiseCredit: Alamy

Is it legal for people to smoke cannabis if it’s in their own home?

Simply, no.

Cannabis, marijuana or weed is classified as a Class B drug, putting it in the same category as ketamine and amphetamine.

Just because someone is using the drug within their own premises doesn’t make it legal.

Thu
05
Nov

Millions of marijuana growers hit in major data breach

An internet group of marijuana growers has suffered a serious knowledge breach after two associated apps had been made accessible on-line with out administrative passwords. 

GrowDiaries was based to offer help and sensible recommendation for hashish growers, however identities can stay nameless, with solely usernames seen on the positioning.

Thu
05
Nov

Do Over-The-Counter CBD Products Have Enough CBD In Them?

Arguably the most popular cannabinoid on the planet right now is cannabidiol (CBD).

CBD’s popularity has grown exponentially in recent years. 

In fact, CBD is searched for more often on Google compared to THC, and that has been the case for a handful of years now.

The rise in popularity for CBD has been paralleled by CBD’s availability in most countries.

People can purchase CBD products almost anywhere, from gas stations to online platforms.

In virtually every country that permits legal CBD sales, CBD is treated differently compared to THC from a regulation and public policy standpoint.

Whereas only two countries on earth allow sales of THC products for adult use, dozens of countries now allow CBD in one form or another.

Wed
04
Nov

Why Social Equity Matters For Cannabis, And What States Are Doing About It

The means of commercially producing, selling, and profiting from cannabis are, so far, incredibly concentrated in the hands of white business owners.

Introduction to social equity

Let’s get one thing straight — the world needs cannabis. Even as far back as 485 BC (just about 1,500 years ago), Greek historian Herodotus described the pot- smoking rituals of ancient Scythians.

In China, archaeologists uncovered evidence of cannabis use dating back 2,500 years. When considered in this light, cannabis is a human right — and a sacred one at that.

What does all of this have to do with social equity in the cannabis industry here and now?

Wed
04
Nov

Can Cannabis Treat OCD?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) impacts millions of people in the United States. The mental health disorder occurs when people find themselves in an endless cycle of obsessive thoughts and compulsive actions.

Cannabis may emerge as a treatment to help break that cycle. A new study from the University of Washington, published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, found that those who smoked weed saw a reduction in the symptoms common for those who suffer from OCD.

Wed
04
Nov

4 Reasons To Use Cannabis For Treating Women’s Health Issues

Cannabis has gained a lot of popularity recently. After several studies, researchers have proved that it provides benefits for many physical and mental disorders. Even though both men and women face different kinds of health issues, some health ailments affect women more.

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