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Thu
25
Jun

Online College Unveils New Training Program In Cannabis Policy And Compliance

As more states legalize their medical and/or recreational cannabis markets, the demand for jobs in the emerging industry has exponentially increased. According to a 2018 study by top cannabis researcher ArcView, the space is poised to create 414,000 jobs by 2021.

Wed
24
Jun

The Most Effective Cannabis Growing Technologies of 2020

Data for recent years show a steady climb in the global cannabis market. More and more countries have decided to go green and legalize cannabis in order to weaken the illicit market strength and help the economy. To grow, sell, and distribute the best products, manufacturers use lots of modern technologies.

Tue
23
Jun

Leading CBD brands in the U.S. still have some inaccurate dosages

Dosage is very important for cannabis products. The accuracy of them allows people to understand how the drug and its compounds interact with their bodies, helping to prevent overdoses and providing a point of reference when trying new brands and strains.

A recent report found that 27 per cent of leading CBD brand products in the U.S. don’t contain the dosages they indicate in their labels. The percentage is worrisome, but is nonetheless one that has improved over the past couple of months.

Tue
23
Jun

Denver Issues First Research and Development License for Medical Cannabis

While the city of Denver, and the state of Colorado as a whole, has been on the forefront of recreational and medical cannabis, Denver just issued the first official research and development license this past Tuesday. Med Pharm, the group granted the license, will be looking at how cannabis could potentially provide relief for Alzheimer’s patients. 

Tue
23
Jun

Cannabis study suggests women may need less THC to get to the same effects as men

Women tend to experienced the same acute effects of cannabis as men at a lower dose of THC, according to new research published in

Mon
22
Jun

Hemp: Weaving the Fiber into the Fashion Supply Chain

Today’s consumer knows very little about hemp. Most mistakenly think hemp is the same plant as marijuana. It is a relative to marijuana, but the temperate cousin. (THC is the chemical that causes the psychological effects in marijuana. The THC level is so low in hemp that it is almost impossible to get high from smoking the plant. Hemp actually contains a chemical called CBD which blocks the effectiveness of THC.)

Fri
19
Jun

The Technology Behind CBD Topicals: How do they Work

Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, comes in a variety of forms, including topical creams, lotions, and salves. And if you are suffering from a skin condition or muscle pain and inflammation, applying CBD directly to the skin is a great alternative to ingesting it. So what is all the fuss about? Here is all you need to know about CBD creams for pain relief.

What is CBD

Tue
16
Jun

NZ scientists excited by the promise of hemp crops

We soon got used to cooking and eating exotic proteins and grains like chickpeas, couscous and quinoa. Now, attention has turned to hemp in the search for other productive, environmentally friendly food crops.

Hemp has had a slightly shady image, which is undeserved. It’s a type of cannabis plant but "industrial" hemp has miniscule levels of the psychoactive THC component – officially less than 0.35 per cent.

The legal impediment to growing hemp for food has largely been removed, though to the annoyance of growers, they still have to apply for a licence to cultivate it.

Hemp’s small oily seeds are high in protein and the fibre from its stalks can be used for an astonishing range of goods from concrete to clothing.

Mon
15
Jun

Home Growing Tech to Cultivate Your Green Thumb

Whether you’re just a recreational user, or a patient who has been prescribed marijuana for a chronic disease or any other condition, you might have, at one point in your life, wondered if you should start growing your own cannabis plants. 

Fri
12
Jun

Common Side Effects of Hemp Oil That You Should Know

Due to the popularity of cannabis products, the demand for this potent plant has increased. The health sector, as well as the beauty industry, are all talking about the benefits and integrating the compound in their products. The excitement is all about the health benefits of cannabis, especially CBD, THC, and hemp seed oil.

But rarely do they tell you about any known side effects. Luckily, some health organizations are dedicated to telling users the truth so that they can make informed decisions.

Just to let you know, hemp oil is obtained from the hemp plant's seeds and sometimes the stalk. Just like CBD, it has very little THC, which adds to the health benefits. Additionally, the oil is rich in omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids.

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