Celebrities impact on Cannabis has been limited

Posted January 30, 2023

Celebrity Star Power Has So Far Had Limited Impact on Cannabis. Famous names, mixed results. Celebrities from Jay-Z to Justin Bieber are trying to make their mark on the cannabis industry with high-profile product launches and collaborations. It’s easy to see why they want in: Pot is expected to

Mississippi celebrates launch of Medical Cannabis sales

Posted January 30, 2023

Mississippi made history when it officially began its first day of medical cannabis sales. A few Mississippi dispensaries were ready to open to customers on Jan. 25. Mississippi Trade Association Executive Director Melvin C. Robinson stood outside one of the state’s licensed dispensaries, The

Greece opens first Medical Pot production plant

Posted January 30, 2023

The plant is backed by an Israeli company. History was made in Greece with the country inaugurating its first-ever medical cannabis plant last Thursday. According to the Greek Reporter, the plant, which opened in the city of Corinth, is backed by an investment from Tikun Europe, a subsidiary of

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Greece opens first Medical Pot production plant

Posted January 30, 2023

The plant is backed by an Israeli company. History was made in Greece with the country inaugurating its first-ever medical cannabis plant last Thursday. According to the Greek Reporter, the plant, which opened in the city of Corinth, is backed by an investment from Tikun Europe, a subsidiary of

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Celebrities impact on Cannabis has been limited

Posted January 30, 2023

Celebrity Star Power Has So Far Had Limited Impact on Cannabis. Famous names, mixed results. Celebrities from Jay-Z to Justin Bieber are trying to make their mark on the cannabis industry with high-profile product launches and collaborations. It’s easy to see why they want in: Pot is expected to

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Hong Kong’s ‘Dangerous Drug’ CBD ban to begin

Posted January 30, 2023

Beginning February 1, CBD will be treated like a dangerous drug in Hong Kong. In a starkly different approach from the U.S. and many other places around the world, Hong Kong moved to ban CBD and categorize it as a dangerous drug last October, and the ban begins on Wednesday. Time reports that