The Bureau of Cannabis Control on Thursday announced a program encouraging licensed cannabis retailers to post QR codes in their store windows. The checkerboard codes can be scanned by a cellphone camera linking the reader to the bureau’s online license system.
Notably, the cannabis industry is directly correlated with US alcohol consumption decline; Investment-bank firm Cowen & Co. reported that as of 2016, legal adult-use cannabis US states witnessed binge drinking rates fall by 9% below the national average, and 11% below non-cannabis states.
The Zambian government has finally approved a proposal to legalize the production of Marijuana.
Met chief Cressida Dick says cannabis legalisation in Canada an ‘interesting experiment’ worth watching
Britain’s most senior police officer has described the legalisation of cannabis in Canada and parts of the US as “interesting experiments” that should be watched.
Researchers at Oxford University are to undertake a £10 million study on the medical benefits of marijuana in treating pain, cancer and inflammatory diseases.
Although often considered a weed, cannabis has many needs that growers must accommodate. Watering, fertilisation, light levels, carbon dioxide, and temperature, amongst many other factors, all have an impact on crop performance.
Police have discovered a massive weed farm under a former theatre that was built in 1897.
A CARLISLE woman who lives with unbearable pain due to multiple sclerosis (MS) has spoken out about being denied access to medicinal cannabis.
The 48-year-old man had been admitted to Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia, after complaining of headaches, according to a report published Oct. 25 in the journal BMJ Case Reports.
COUNCILLORS IN SPAIN’S MALAGA COME OUT IN BLAZING SUPPORT OF ‘MARIJUANA GRANDMOTHER’ FACING FOUR YEARS IN JAIL FOR GROWING WEED
COUNCILLORS in Malaga have pledged their support to a ‘marijuana grandmother’ who was arrested after the Guardia Civil seized cannabis plants from her country mansion.