While many businesses are struggling to survive the crippling impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, others are seeing a surge in demand.
In this article, integrative medicine expert, Dr Dani Gordon, answers peoples’ question of whether cannabis and CBD can affect contracting or recovering from COVID-19, or coronavirus.
As the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic piles up, U.S. cities and states are set to face significant lost revenue given the loss of business activity.
Cannabis sales are touching new highs as customers across the US and Canada stockpile weed to prepare for long spells of isolation because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cannabis is an incredibly diverse plant, with a huge number of varieties and strains, and thousands of end uses. From industrial hemp high-THC to ‘marijuana’, the gender of the cannabis plant can cause significant variation in the plant’s properties and uses.
In most cases, marijuana businesses must, like restaurants, limit themselves to takeout or delivery. Black-market dealers are also busy, but feel little need to abide by official orders.
Holland REOPENS its cannabis cafes after coronavirus lockdown saw huge queues outside coffee shops, prompting government U-turn
Dutch cannabis users had something to cheer today when the country re-opened its famous ‘coffee shops’ just two days after shutting them over coronavirus fears.
A mother whose seven-year-old son has been using imported cannabis oil for his epilepsy said she is terrified for his life if she runs out.
The coronavirus has put many investors on edge as of late, with the markets recording some of their biggest losses in decades.
Retail stores across the United States have seen an influx of traffic as Americans seek to stock up on basic supplies.