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11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/23/2018 - 3:00am
Hemp Craft Beer & The Breweries That Make It - Ministry of Hemp
(Belgium, Hemp) Hemp Craft Beer & The Breweries That Make It Ministry of HempIt's not just New Belgium: The success of "The Hemperor" lead to a variety of new hemp craft beer offerings from pioneering craft breweries.
https://ministryofhemp.com/blog/hemp-craft-beer/
11/10/2018 - 6:09pm
A Cannabis Coke and a Smile? Colorado Companies Hoping to Tap Infused Beverage Craze
(Belgium, Beverages, Cannabis, Colorado, Drinks, United States) Coca-Cola, Molson Coors, New Belgium just some of the companies with their eyes on infused drinks. When Coca-Cola publicly announces it is sizing up business opportunities in an industry, people take notice. That was the case in mid September when Coke — the world’s largest beverage company with a market cap north of $211 billion — said it was keeping an eye on cannabis infused drinks, with a particular focus on beverages containing the non-psychoactive…
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/11/10/a-cannabis-coke-and-a-smile-c...
11/10/2018 - 6:09pm
A Cannabis Coke and a Smile? Colorado Companies Hoping to Tap Infused Beverage Craze
(Belgium, Beverages, Cannabis, Colorado, Drinks, United States) Coca-Cola, Molson Coors, New Belgium just some of the companies with their eyes on infused drinks. When Coca-Cola publicly announces it is sizing up business opportunities in an industry, people take notice. That was the case in mid September when Coke — the world’s largest beverage company with a market cap north of $211 billion — said it was keeping an eye on cannabis infused drinks, with a particular focus on beverages containing the non-psychoactive…
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/11/10/a-cannabis-coke-and-a-smile-c...
10/13/2018 - 1:26pm
Peek inside a Seattle cannabis tour
(Belgium, Cannabis, Germany) CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device. There are monastic brewery adventures in Germany and Belgium, ...
https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/10/13/peek-inside-a-seattle-cannabis-tour/&ct=g...
10/13/2018 - 1:26pm
Peek inside a Seattle cannabis tour
(Belgium, Cannabis, Germany) CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device. There are monastic brewery adventures in Germany and Belgium, ...
https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/10/13/peek-inside-a-seattle-cannabis-tour/&ct=g...
05/27/2018 - 7:07pm
Craft brewers walk regulatory tightrope with cannabis-related products - MiBiz
(Belgium, Cannabis, Hemp, Products, Recreational) MiBiz Craft brewers walk regulatory tightrope with cannabis-related products MiBizbased craft brewery bills the beer, dubbed “The Hemperor, as “a new kind of hoppy beer blending hemp with hops for complete sensory domination.” Although New Belgium is based in a state with legalized recreational marijuana, the company went through ... and more »
https://mibiz.com/item/25841-craft-brewers-walk-regulatory-tightrope-with-cannab...
04/03/2018 - 1:59pm
New Belgium's Hemperor hemp beer is on tap now. Except in Kansas. - The Cannabist
(Belgium, Hemp, Kansas, United States) The Cannabist New Belgium's Hemperor hemp beer is on tap now. Except in Kansas. The CannabistBeer aficionados and hemp advocates across the country can now toast a pint of New Belgium's Hemperor HPA. Except in Kansas, where the craft brew — like hemp — is banned. and more »
https://www.thecannabist.co/2018/04/03/new-belgium-hemperor-hemp-beer-kansas/102...
04/03/2018 - 1:59pm
New Belgium's Hemperor hemp beer is on tap now. Except in Kansas. - The Cannabist
(Belgium, Hemp, Kansas, United States) The Cannabist New Belgium's Hemperor hemp beer is on tap now. Except in Kansas. The CannabistBeer aficionados and hemp advocates across the country can now toast a pint of New Belgium's Hemperor HPA. Except in Kansas, where the craft brew — like hemp — is banned. and more »
https://www.thecannabist.co/2018/04/03/new-belgium-hemperor-hemp-beer-kansas/102...
03/23/2018 - 2:19pm
All hail The Hemperor: New Belgium Brewery launches hemp beer - The Cannabist
(Belgium, Hemp, News) The Cannabist All hail The Hemperor: New Belgium Brewery launches hemp beer The CannabistNew Belgium Brewery debuts The Hemperor HPA on April 2. The hemp pale ale blends hemp and hops for an earthy take on the traditional IPA and smells like, "a loud bag of weed." New Belgium to release beer made with hemp - The Coloradoan The Coloradoan New Belgium Brewery launches hemp beer | SummitDaily.com Summit Daily News all 5 news articles »
https://www.thecannabist.co/2018/03/23/all-hail-the-hemperor-new-belgium-brewery...
03/22/2018 - 10:31am
The Hemperor From New Belgium Is Colorado's Latest Hemp Beer - Westword
(Belgium, Colorado, Hemp, United States) Westword The Hemperor From New Belgium Is Colorado's Latest Hemp Beer WestwordHemp Beers are nothing new in Colorado. Several have been brewed over the past fifteen years — if not further back — but when New Belgium Brewing releases its new hemp beer, the Hemperor HPA, next month, it will represent a serious effort by the ...
http://www.westword.com/restaurants/new-belgium-brewing-goes-all-in-on-hemp-beer...
03/22/2018 - 10:31am
The Hemperor From New Belgium Is Colorado's Latest Hemp Beer - Westword
(Belgium, Colorado, Hemp, United States) Westword The Hemperor From New Belgium Is Colorado's Latest Hemp Beer WestwordHemp Beers are nothing new in Colorado. Several have been brewed over the past fifteen years — if not further back — but when New Belgium Brewing releases its new hemp beer, the Hemperor HPA, next month, it will represent a serious effort by the ...
http://www.westword.com/restaurants/new-belgium-brewing-goes-all-in-on-hemp-beer...
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
08/21/2017 - 10:00am
Travelling with cannabis as a medicine – what you need to know
(Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cannabis, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Products, Regulations, Uruguay, THC) More and more EU countries are adopting laws on the use of medicinal cannabis . Yet, legislation varies greatly, which means cannabis patients who intend to travel with their medicine have to bear a few things in mind, since even after approval as a medicine, cannabis flos is subject to other rules than conventional drugs. All cannabinoids, regardless whether they are a ready-to-use product, extract or flower, are prescribed and merchandised as so-called “marketable narcotics”. Because in most countries only Sativex, Marinol, Dronabinal, or Canames are approved, it is only permitted to bring these drugs on holiday or on business trips when travelling from these countries. This requires a “certificate for carrying drugs for the purpose of medical treatment – Article 75 of the Schengen Implementation Agreement”, which every EU member state can issue. In addition, a patient in Germany must fill out this form from the doctor and have it stamped by the appropriate health authority. In...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/travelling-cannabis-medicine-need-know/
01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-global-cannabis-industry-2017/
01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-global-cannabis-industry-2017/
01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
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01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
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01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
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01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
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01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-global-cannabis-industry-2017/
01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-global-cannabis-industry-2017/
01/25/2017 - 10:53am
The Global Cannabis Industry, 2017
(Alabama, Alaska, Alcohol, Austria, Belgium, California, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Delaware, Distribution, Germany, Indiana, Israel, Italy, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Oregon, Research, Rhode Island, Science, Spain, Texas, United States, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals) Ten years ago, the idea that such rapid progress would be made in such a comparatively short time would have been preposterous, but now, the idea of full global legalisation no longer seems like a utopian dream but a distinct and imminent reality. Several U.S. States Moving Towards Legalization in 2017 As many as eight U.S. states could see cannabis fully legalised for both medicinal and recreational purposes in 2017: Delaware, Texas, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kentucky, Missouri and Vermont. US states that have already voted to legalise recreational cannabis include: Colorado & Washington (2012) Oregon, Alaska & D.C. (2014) California, Maine, Massachusetts, & Nevada (2016) Eight more US states could legalize in 2017 (© Lokal_Profil) In some states, such as Colorado, legalization has now been in place for several years, and reported advantages (such as boosted state revenues and a drop in alcohol-related vehicle accidents) appear to outweigh any perceived...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-global-cannabis-industry-2017/
11/17/2016 - 7:49pm
Rookie stocker looking for guidance/advise
(Belgium, Cannabis) Hey everyone! So I'm fairly young and have been following the legalisation of marijuana around the states and EU. I thought about and figured the earlier I start with weed stocks the better. I've never bought stocks but what I was looking for with this post is just general help and where I should start. For example, how do I purchase penny stock in Belgium ( since I live here). Like is their a main website everyone uses and you register and buy stocks? Furthermore, I'm also looking for a mentor or someone who might be looking to share their knowledge with someone from the younger generation. Reminder I apologise if anything in this post is cringe worthy in your eyes, as I have previously mentioned I have zero experience in this. submitted by /u/shadowconjurer [link] [comments]
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10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/