After a two-month shutdown in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Massachusetts adult-use marijuana retail stores can once again serve customers starting May 25 – though sales will be limited to curbside pickup and online or telephone orders.
“We have our work cut out for us but we have more momentum in the cannabis space than I’ve seen in the over 30 years I’ve been working on this issue,” Blumenauer said during a livestream discussion with this reporter.
Let’s say, hypothetically, you’re at home with a lot more time on your hands, no real travel plans in sight, some uncertainty in the air. Perhaps you’re itching to spend more time outdoors in your garden, partaking in activities that ground you in the soil, add beauty and reward you with a harvest.
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.