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12/02/2018 - 9:44am
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Aurora Cannabis to Ship Medical Cannabis to the Czech Republic
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Cannabis, Czech Republic, Products) Aurora Cannabis Inc. ("Aurora" or the "Company") (NYSE: ACB) (TSX: ACB) (Frankfurt: 21P; WKN: A1C4WM) announced today that the company has received an export request, has secured the required export permit and has now completed its first shipment of medical cannabis products to the Czech Republic, making this the 21st country in which the company operates. The initial purchase order was placed by, and products will be shipped to Czech Medical Herbs s.r.o. ("CMH"), a…
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/12/02/aurora-cannabis-to-ship-medic...
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/
11/28/2018 - 8:11am
Aurora Cannabis inks agreement to ship medical cannabis to the Czech Republic - The GrowthOp
(Cannabis, Czech Republic, Distribution, News, Products) The GrowthOp Aurora Cannabis inks agreement to ship medical cannabis to the Czech Republic The GrowthOpAurora Cannabis Inc., having received an export request and having secured the required export permit, has now completed its first shipment of medical cannabis products to the Czech Republic. Products will be shipped to Czech Medical Herbs s.r.o, a ... 3 Marijuana Stocks to Avoid Like the Plague in December Motley Fool Aurora Cannabis Completes Australis Distribution to Non-Resident Shareholders New Cannabis Ventures Aurora Cannabis completes first shipment of medical cannabis to Czech Republic MarketWatch Seeking Alpha all 94 news articles »
https://www.thegrowthop.com/cannabis-business/cannabis-experts/aurora-cannabis-i...
11/27/2018 - 12:00pm
Aurora Cannabis Confirms Medical Shipment to Czech Republic
(Cannabis, Czech Republic, Development, Distributor, Facilities, Growing, Investing, News, Production, Products, Cultivation) Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB ,TSX: ACB ) announced an export deal for medical cannabis products with aCzech Republic pharmaceutical wholesaler. As quoted in the press release: The initial purchase order was placed by, and products will be shipped to Czech Medical Herbs s.r.o. (“CMH”), a Czech pharmaceutical wholesaler, who will subsequently supply pharmacies throughout the country. Czech Medical Herbs is a distributor of medicinal products with a specialization in Cannabis for medical use and medicinal products based on cannabinoids. “This supply arrangement demonstrates our ability to enter into new jurisdictions as the partner of choice in new markets with strong barriers to entry, and is testament to the strength and business execution of our European business development team,” said Neil Belot, Chief Global Business Development Officer. Cannabis for medical purposes was regulated in the Czech Republic, a country with approximately 10 million people, in 2013 and has since been legal...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/aurora-cannabis-confirms-medi...
11/27/2018 - 7:36am
Aurora Cannabis completes first shipment of medical cannabis to Czech Republic - MarketWatch
(Cannabis, Czech Republic, News, Products) New Cannabis Ventures Aurora Cannabis completes first shipment of medical cannabis to Czech Republic MarketWatchAurora Cannabis Inc. ACB, -4.40% ACB, -2.80% said Tuesday it has completed its first shipment of medical cannabis to the Czech Republic, as part of that country's medical cannabis program. The move brings Aurora's products to a 21st country, the ... Aurora Cannabis to Ship Medical Cannabis to the Czech Republic New Cannabis Ventures Is Aurora Cannabis The Best Way To Play The Industry? Seeking Alpha all 62 news articles »
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/aurora-cannabis-completes-first-shipment-of-me...
11/27/2018 - 7:33am
Aurora Cannabis completes first shipment of medical cannabis to Czech Republic
(Cannabis, Czech Republic) Aurora Cannabis Inc. ACB, -4.40% ACB, -2.80% said Tuesday it has completed its first shipment of medical cannabis to the Czech Republic, as part of ...
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/aurora-cannabis-completes-first-shipment-of-me...
04/25/2018 - 2:35pm
Entrepreneurs: How London’s healthy eaters are helping cannabis venture Love Hemp
(Cannabis, CBD, Colorado, Czech Republic, Distributor, Facilities, Hemp, Media, Oils, Packaging, Products, Research, Social Media, Testing, United States, Extracts) Few business ventures are refused a bank account, see their founders blocked from travelling to the US and are served a cease and desist notice. But then laddish entrepreneurs Thomas Rowland and Tony Calamita are not dealing with any old product, but cannabis. Specifically, they’re selling products containing cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive part of the plant which in most forms is legal. Under their own brand, Love Hemp, CBD Oils has branded itself the “home of hemp”, selling everything from body salves to gummy bears infused with the distinctive taste online. Last month the duo got the first cannabis-infused mineral water into a mainstream retailer, Ocado. At £1.29 a bottle, they’re attempting to take on Evian et al. Revenues are forecast to hit a healthy £6 million next year as the “green rush” for cannabis-based products worldwide takes hold. “Cannabis is such an incredible product which is going to be making waves over the next five to 10 years and to be part of that...
http://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/entrepreneurs-how-londons-healthy-eaters-ar...
04/25/2018 - 2:35pm
Entrepreneurs: How London’s healthy eaters are helping cannabis venture Love Hemp
(Cannabis, CBD, Colorado, Czech Republic, Distributor, Facilities, Hemp, Media, Oils, Packaging, Products, Research, Social Media, Testing, United States, Extracts) Few business ventures are refused a bank account, see their founders blocked from travelling to the US and are served a cease and desist notice. But then laddish entrepreneurs Thomas Rowland and Tony Calamita are not dealing with any old product, but cannabis. Specifically, they’re selling products containing cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive part of the plant which in most forms is legal. Under their own brand, Love Hemp, CBD Oils has branded itself the “home of hemp”, selling everything from body salves to gummy bears infused with the distinctive taste online. Last month the duo got the first cannabis-infused mineral water into a mainstream retailer, Ocado. At £1.29 a bottle, they’re attempting to take on Evian et al. Revenues are forecast to hit a healthy £6 million next year as the “green rush” for cannabis-based products worldwide takes hold. “Cannabis is such an incredible product which is going to be making waves over the next five to 10 years and to be part of that...
http://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/entrepreneurs-how-londons-healthy-eaters-ar...
01/08/2018 - 7:25am
Cannabis labelling – Misleading packaging with an official seal
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Czech Republic, Genetics, Germany, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Testing, THC, Dispensaries) Although the production, sales and export of medical marijuana from Canada and the Netherlands are fully and strictly regulated, patients in Canada, Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands generally only know the THC and CBD levels of their medication. While these are stated precisely, down to one tenth of one percent, for many varieties neither their ancestry nor their cannabinoid or terpene profiles are known. Recreational users better off In some US states, and the Netherlands and Canada, recreational users may often be better off because source locations (coffee shops and dispensaries) name their products logically and voluntarily submit them for testing for the most common terpenes and cannabinoids. Among large producers of medicinal marijuana, the creation of any such full spectrum profiles has so far been rare. But cannabinoids such as CBD-V ( cannabidivarin ), THC-V ( tetrahydrocannabivarin ) and other substances found in cannabis plants, play an increasingly important...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-labelling-misleading-packaging-official-...
01/08/2018 - 7:25am
Cannabis labelling – Misleading packaging with an official seal
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Czech Republic, Genetics, Germany, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Testing, THC, Dispensaries) Although the production, sales and export of medical marijuana from Canada and the Netherlands are fully and strictly regulated, patients in Canada, Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands generally only know the THC and CBD levels of their medication. While these are stated precisely, down to one tenth of one percent, for many varieties neither their ancestry nor their cannabinoid or terpene profiles are known. Recreational users better off In some US states, and the Netherlands and Canada, recreational users may often be better off because source locations (coffee shops and dispensaries) name their products logically and voluntarily submit them for testing for the most common terpenes and cannabinoids. Among large producers of medicinal marijuana, the creation of any such full spectrum profiles has so far been rare. But cannabinoids such as CBD-V ( cannabidivarin ), THC-V ( tetrahydrocannabivarin ) and other substances found in cannabis plants, play an increasingly important...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-labelling-misleading-packaging-official-...
01/08/2018 - 7:25am
Cannabis labelling – Misleading packaging with an official seal
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Czech Republic, Genetics, Germany, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Testing, THC, Dispensaries) Although the production, sales and export of medical marijuana from Canada and the Netherlands are fully and strictly regulated, patients in Canada, Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands generally only know the THC and CBD levels of their medication. While these are stated precisely, down to one tenth of one percent, for many varieties neither their ancestry nor their cannabinoid or terpene profiles are known. Recreational users better off In some US states, and the Netherlands and Canada, recreational users may often be better off because source locations (coffee shops and dispensaries) name their products logically and voluntarily submit them for testing for the most common terpenes and cannabinoids. Among large producers of medicinal marijuana, the creation of any such full spectrum profiles has so far been rare. But cannabinoids such as CBD-V ( cannabidivarin ), THC-V ( tetrahydrocannabivarin ) and other substances found in cannabis plants, play an increasingly important...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-labelling-misleading-packaging-official-...
01/08/2018 - 7:25am
Cannabis labelling – Misleading packaging with an official seal
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Czech Republic, Genetics, Germany, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Testing, THC, Dispensaries) Although the production, sales and export of medical marijuana from Canada and the Netherlands are fully and strictly regulated, patients in Canada, Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands generally only know the THC and CBD levels of their medication. While these are stated precisely, down to one tenth of one percent, for many varieties neither their ancestry nor their cannabinoid or terpene profiles are known. Recreational users better off In some US states, and the Netherlands and Canada, recreational users may often be better off because source locations (coffee shops and dispensaries) name their products logically and voluntarily submit them for testing for the most common terpenes and cannabinoids. Among large producers of medicinal marijuana, the creation of any such full spectrum profiles has so far been rare. But cannabinoids such as CBD-V ( cannabidivarin ), THC-V ( tetrahydrocannabivarin ) and other substances found in cannabis plants, play an increasingly important...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-labelling-misleading-packaging-official-...
12/06/2017 - 5:30am
Where are cannabis patients permitted to consume their medicine in Germany?
(Canada, Cannabis, Compliance, Czech Republic, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Recreational, Regulations, Tobacco, Training, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC, Security) In Canada and the USA, the consumption of cannabis in public is basically prohibited whether it is for medical reasons or recreational purposes . However, some open cannabis use is permitted in Germany provided the user is in possession of a valid prescription, because it is seen as a necessary medicinal substance there. This means patients must have the opportunity to take their medicine outside their own four walls and in accordance with precise doctor’s orders. The German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) is, as the competent authority, somewhat vague in its advice about how or where patients may take their medicine. They should not disturb other people and not use cannabis ‘ostentatiously’, i.e. in a showy way. What do the law and politicians say about public medicinal cannabis consumption? Because policing in Germany is at the federal state level, the consumption of cannabis flowers is currently handled quite differently in the individual federal states, as...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/where-are-cannabis-patients-permitted-to-consume-...
12/06/2017 - 5:30am
Where are cannabis patients permitted to consume their medicine in Germany?
(Canada, Cannabis, Compliance, Czech Republic, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Recreational, Regulations, Tobacco, Training, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC, Security) In Canada and the USA, the consumption of cannabis in public is basically prohibited whether it is for medical reasons or recreational purposes . However, some open cannabis use is permitted in Germany provided the user is in possession of a valid prescription, because it is seen as a necessary medicinal substance there. This means patients must have the opportunity to take their medicine outside their own four walls and in accordance with precise doctor’s orders. The German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) is, as the competent authority, somewhat vague in its advice about how or where patients may take their medicine. They should not disturb other people and not use cannabis ‘ostentatiously’, i.e. in a showy way. What do the law and politicians say about public medicinal cannabis consumption? Because policing in Germany is at the federal state level, the consumption of cannabis flowers is currently handled quite differently in the individual federal states, as...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/where-are-cannabis-patients-permitted-to-consume-...
12/06/2017 - 5:30am
Where are cannabis patients permitted to consume their medicine in Germany?
(Canada, Cannabis, Compliance, Czech Republic, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Recreational, Regulations, Tobacco, Training, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC, Security) In Canada and the USA, the consumption of cannabis in public is basically prohibited whether it is for medical reasons or recreational purposes . However, some open cannabis use is permitted in Germany provided the user is in possession of a valid prescription, because it is seen as a necessary medicinal substance there. This means patients must have the opportunity to take their medicine outside their own four walls and in accordance with precise doctor’s orders. The German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) is, as the competent authority, somewhat vague in its advice about how or where patients may take their medicine. They should not disturb other people and not use cannabis ‘ostentatiously’, i.e. in a showy way. What do the law and politicians say about public medicinal cannabis consumption? Because policing in Germany is at the federal state level, the consumption of cannabis flowers is currently handled quite differently in the individual federal states, as...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/where-are-cannabis-patients-permitted-to-consume-...
12/06/2017 - 5:30am
Where are cannabis patients permitted to consume their medicine in Germany?
(Canada, Cannabis, Compliance, Czech Republic, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Recreational, Regulations, Tobacco, Training, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC, Security) In Canada and the USA, the consumption of cannabis in public is basically prohibited whether it is for medical reasons or recreational purposes . However, some open cannabis use is permitted in Germany provided the user is in possession of a valid prescription, because it is seen as a necessary medicinal substance there. This means patients must have the opportunity to take their medicine outside their own four walls and in accordance with precise doctor’s orders. The German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) is, as the competent authority, somewhat vague in its advice about how or where patients may take their medicine. They should not disturb other people and not use cannabis ‘ostentatiously’, i.e. in a showy way. What do the law and politicians say about public medicinal cannabis consumption? Because policing in Germany is at the federal state level, the consumption of cannabis flowers is currently handled quite differently in the individual federal states, as...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/where-are-cannabis-patients-permitted-to-consume-...
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/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
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08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
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08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
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08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
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08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
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08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cannalawblog/aogT/~3/n5603841CGU/
08/20/2017 - 11:28am
CanEx Jamaica and International Cannabis
(Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Israel, Jamaica, Media, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, Recreational Cannabis) On September 1st, I’ll be joining Hilary Bricken in Montego Bay for the CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo . This two-day event features a conference on day one and a job expo on day two. Hilary will speak at the conference alongside cannabis entrepreneurs, doctors, and fellow cannabis industry leaders, including Montel Williams , an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis. CanEx will connect professionals across the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and North America interested in opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. Jamaica is a fitting locale as cannabis has played a significant role in its history and culture. Starting in 1655, Jamaicans were subject to slavery under British rule until an abolitionist uprising ended the practice in 1838. The end of slavery created a demand for labor on the island. Workers from India traveled to Jamaica and brought the cannabis plant with them. Linguistic scholars determined that the term “ ganja ” is rooted in Hindi...
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