Monthly Archive: October 2018

Scientists Identify a Species of Bloodsucking Flies With a Taste for Cannabis

Scientists Identify a Species of Bloodsucking Flies With a Taste for Cannabis

A team of scientists have identified a species of bloodsucking flies that also have a taste for cannabis. The researchers, led by professor Alon Warburg from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, published their findings this...

Some Countries are Warning Their Citizens Not to Smoke Weed in Canada

Some Countries are Warning Their Citizens Not to Smoke Weed in Canada

More foreign nationals residing, working, studying and visiting weed-legal Canada are receiving warnings from their home countries to avoid cannabis at all costs. So far, consulates and embassies have issued a range of warnings...

Latest Study Shows Lasting Benefits of MDMA-Assisted Therapy for Treating PTSD

Latest Study Shows Lasting Benefits of MDMA-Assisted Therapy for Treating PTSD

A Colorado study has found lasting benefits from MDMA-assisted psychotherapy as a treatment for patients with chronic post-traumatic stress disorder. Results of the study, which was sponsored by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS),...

Entrepreneur Wants to Turn Canada’s Cannabis Waste into Prosthetic Limbs

Entrepreneur Wants to Turn Canada’s Cannabis Waste into Prosthetic Limbs

A Halifax entrepreneur says he can source the raw materials for his line of plastic prosthetic limbs from the country’s dire new problem with legal cannabis over-packaging. Kindness3D founder Jacob Boudreau once created a...

Mike Tyson is Starting a TV Show About His Life as a Cannabis Grower

Mike Tyson is Starting a TV Show About His Life as a Cannabis Grower

Former boxing champion Mike Tyson is developing a television sitcom based on his life as a cannabis grower and entrepreneur, according to a report from Page Six of the New York Post. Production has already...

Colorado Cultivation Business Faces Neighbors in Trial Over Strong Smell

Colorado Cultivation Business Faces Neighbors in Trial Over Strong Smell

A lawsuit against a cannabis cultivator filed by its Colorado neighbors, which could have broad repercussions for the legal marijuana industry, began today in a Denver federal courtroom. In the suit, Hope and Michael Reilly...

Canada’s Black Market Poses Challenges to Federal Cannabis Laws

Canada’s Black Market Poses Challenges to Federal Cannabis Laws

Even though cannabis became legal overnight in Canada on October 17, establishing the country’s legal retail industry could take months. In fact, access to retail storefronts is highly uneven across Canada, due to different...

Vermont CBD Makers and Sellers Stress Purity, Standards

Vermont CBD Makers and Sellers Stress Purity, Standards

Derek Mercury, owner of Jeffersonville, Vermont-based Maple Plus, says simple is better. “It’s a very simple product,” he says of the enhanced maple sugar that became available on April 20 of this year. “There’s...

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