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10/22/2018 - 5:45pm
Ecuador inches closer to legal medical cannabis production
(Cannabis, Ecuador, Manufacture, News, Production, Cultivation) A key legislative committee in Ecuador approved comprehensive health reform that could lead to legal cultivation, manufacture and prescribing of medical cannabis in the Latin American country. The measure, Libro II del Código de la Salud, was approved unanimously by the National Assembly’s standing commission on health – a cross-party committee of legislators – and […] Ecuador inches closer to legal medical cannabis production is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
https://mjbizdaily.com/ecuador-inches-closer-to-legal-medical-cannabis-productio...
04/28/2018 - 4:22pm
VIDEO: Marc Emery Preaches Global Cannabis Liberation on World Tour
(Cannabis, Ecuador, Ireland, Malta, Serbia, Videos) CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc Emery Speeches at BlackBox in Belfast, Northern Ireland, LibertyCon in Belgrade, Serbia and ReLeaf Conference in Valleta, Malta. These videos were recorded live on three of the stops along Emery's extended tour of Europe, Latin and South America. You can follow his journey via his facebook page. Feature image Marc Emery in Quito, Ecuador/Facebook
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/04/28/video-marc-emery-preaches-glo...
04/28/2018 - 4:22pm
VIDEO: Marc Emery Preaches Global Cannabis Liberation on World Tour
(Cannabis, Ecuador, Ireland, Malta, Serbia, Videos) CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc Emery Speeches at BlackBox in Belfast, Northern Ireland, LibertyCon in Belgrade, Serbia and ReLeaf Conference in Valleta, Malta. These videos were recorded live on three of the stops along Emery's extended tour of Europe, Latin and South America. You can follow his journey via his facebook page. Feature image Marc Emery in Quito, Ecuador/Facebook
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/04/28/video-marc-emery-preaches-glo...
04/28/2018 - 4:22pm
VIDEO: Marc Emery Preaches Global Cannabis Liberation on World Tour
(Cannabis, Ecuador, Ireland, Malta, Serbia, Videos) CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc Emery Speeches at BlackBox in Belfast, Northern Ireland, LibertyCon in Belgrade, Serbia and ReLeaf Conference in Valleta, Malta. These videos were recorded live on three of the stops along Emery's extended tour of Europe, Latin and South America. You can follow his journey via his facebook page. Feature image Marc Emery in Quito, Ecuador/Facebook
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/04/28/video-marc-emery-preaches-glo...
04/28/2018 - 4:22pm
VIDEO: Marc Emery Preaches Global Cannabis Liberation on World Tour
(Cannabis, Ecuador, Ireland, Malta, Serbia, Videos) CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc Emery Speeches at BlackBox in Belfast, Northern Ireland, LibertyCon in Belgrade, Serbia and ReLeaf Conference in Valleta, Malta. These videos were recorded live on three of the stops along Emery's extended tour of Europe, Latin and South America. You can follow his journey via his facebook page. Feature image Marc Emery in Quito, Ecuador/Facebook
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/04/28/video-marc-emery-preaches-glo...
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/
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...
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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/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/
03/07/2016 - 11:24am
Phytotech Medical Limited ASX:PLY
Australia on the Verge of Legalising Medicinal Cannabis
(ASX:PLY, Australia, Canada, Cannabis, Cannabis and Hemp, Celebrities, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Growing, Hemp, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Peru, Phytotech Medical Limited, Production, Products, Research, Singapore, United States, Vietnam, Cultivation) Australia seems set to legalise cannabis cultivation for medical purposes throughout the country. Last Wednesday (10 February), the federal government introduced a draft bill to Parliament proposing amendments to the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967, in order to create a national legislative framework allowing cannabis to be cultivated for medical or scientific purposes. It seems guaranteed that the bill will become law at the end of March.The federal government of Australia introduced a draft bill to Parliament on Wednesday 10 February 2016, with the aim of legalising the cultivation of cannabis for therapeutic and scientific purposes. The government described the bill as the “the missing piece in a patient’s journey.”The aim of this legislation is to establish a national plan for the cultivation and use of cannabis that will pave the way for patients suffering from painful, chronic and terminal illnesses to be able to access medicinal cannabis.The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967...
http://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/australia-verge-legalising-medicinal-cannabis/