Cannabis industry investors have been treated to a series of legislative catalysts over the last three years that have moved equity valuations.
In an 8-3 ruling Monday, Mexico’s Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the prohibition of recreational marijuana use in Mexico, clearing a path to legalization.
After Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont signed the state legislature’s bill legalizing recreational marijuana on Tuesday, eyes are now on Rhode Island and New Hampshire as the final holdouts in New England to legalize cannabis.
William Brooke O’Shaughnessy, an Irish physician, is credited with first bringing knowledge of the medicinal benefits of consuming cannabis to the west.
For Adrian Stewart, his joy lies in creating cannabis-based edible treats for leisure use. Stewart, 27, a professional cook, harnesses his culinary skills to make home recipes of edible cannabis treats.
Like most of us at the beginning of lockdown, Reece had big plans about what he and his partner would do with the extra time.
Cannabis Legalization Is Key To Economic Recovery, Much Like Ending Alcohol Prohibition Helped Us Out Of The Great Depression
Our nation is in the midst of the greatest crisis in generations, with the Covid-19 pandemic impacting Americans’ physical and emotional well-being, while plummeting the nation’s economy into the worst economic downturn in our lifetimes.
A recent study from the University of Lethbridge shows that certain strains of cannabis can inhibit viral activity caused by the novel coronavirus. Do the results point to a potential treatment for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and, if so, will it act as a catalyst for the cannabis industry?
Boxing legend, Mike Tyson, has revealed that he smokes weed worth $40,000 every month. At the age of 53, the legendary boxer has exposed the high costs of running a weed farm. Tyson is a former world heavyweight champion with a ranch in South California, where the recreational use of marijuana is legal.
John Binns, Partner at BCL Solicitors LLP, provides us with fresh insight into COVID-19 and medical cannabis. He ponders if the crisis could bring opportunities for the industry