Cannabis has become so mainstream these past several years that truly misguided misconceptions like “cannabis is a gateway drug” has been rebutted and universally accepted.
Cannabis use has long been associated with memory loss. But until now, this notion was largely anecdotal.
John Banks Price is 81 and has just been busted for a large cannabis growing operation at his home in Tauranga. He tells National Correspondent Tony Wall he’s ready for prison.
William Brooke O’Shaughnessy, an Irish physician, is credited with first bringing knowledge of the medicinal benefits of consuming cannabis to the west.
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
New Zealanders will be asked at September’s national election whether they want to pass a bill that would legalise cannabis and regulate how it is used and sold.
The City of Los Angeles has deemed selling weed an essential service, critical to the health and well-being of those sheltering at home.
After retiring from boxing, Tyson has worked with Greek entrepreneur and friend Alki David to help him move into the cannabis industry.