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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
11/26/2018 - 12:31pm
Greece issues first private company licenses to grow medicinal marijuana
(Cannabis, Greece, News, Cultivation) Greece awarded its first marijuana grow licenses to two privately owned companies, opening cultivation and ancillary opportunities to international and domestic medical cannabis companies. Already, companies are lining up to pump more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) into the country’s burgeoning MMJ sector to tap future European demand for the product. Bioprocann S.A. – one […] Greece issues first private company licenses to grow medicinal marijuana is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
https://mjbizdaily.com/greece-licenses-private-companies-medicinal-cannabis/
11/21/2018 - 8:52am
Massachusetts Begins Adult-Use Sales, Cannabis Restaurant to Open in UK: Week in Review
(Cannabis, Greece, Growers, Legalization, Manufacturer, Massachusetts, Medical Marijuana, Michigan, New York, News, Ohio, Oklahoma, Recreational, Retail Stores, Testing, United States, Washington, Dispensaries, Cultivation) The major news this week was the official start of adult-use cannabis sales in Massachusetts, where two dispensaries hosted grand openings for recreational customers on Nov. 20. (Voters approved the state’s adult-use law in 2016.) In other news, Michigan began laying the groundwork for implementation of its newly passed adult-use cannabis law, which will go into effect Dec. 6. (Don’t expect to see retail stores anytime before early 2020, however.)Check out the headlines here, and subscribe to our newsletter here . Federal: U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy, a longtime opponent of cannabis reform, has changed his tune. In an op-ed published this week, the potential 2020 presidential candidate voiced his support for federal legalization. Read more The Washington Post surveyed the fragmented national cannabis industry and found the theme that stakeholders have been discussing for the past several years: falling prices. What can growers and state regulators do to combat this economic trend? Read more...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/week-in-review-november-19
11/21/2018 - 8:52am
Massachusetts Begins Adult-Use Sales, Cannabis Restaurant to Open in UK: Week in Review
(Cannabis, Greece, Growers, Legalization, Manufacturer, Massachusetts, Medical Marijuana, Michigan, New York, News, Ohio, Oklahoma, Recreational, Retail Stores, Testing, United States, Washington, Dispensaries, Cultivation) The major news this week was the official start of adult-use cannabis sales in Massachusetts, where two dispensaries hosted grand openings for recreational customers on Nov. 20. (Voters approved the state’s adult-use law in 2016.) In other news, Michigan began laying the groundwork for implementation of its newly passed adult-use cannabis law, which will go into effect Dec. 6. (Don’t expect to see retail stores anytime before early 2020, however.)Check out the headlines here, and subscribe to our newsletter here . Federal: U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy, a longtime opponent of cannabis reform, has changed his tune. In an op-ed published this week, the potential 2020 presidential candidate voiced his support for federal legalization. Read more The Washington Post surveyed the fragmented national cannabis industry and found the theme that stakeholders have been discussing for the past several years: falling prices. What can growers and state regulators do to combat this economic trend? Read more...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/week-in-review-november-19
11/21/2018 - 6:26am
Barneys Farm @ Athens Cannabis Expo 2018 - Barneys TV
(Cannabis, Greece) Athens Cannabis Expo 2018: Team Barneys were proud sponsors of this very first Cannabis Expo in Greece. Great work by the organisers and staff made this Athens Cannabis Expo a great success. Here are the highlights from this amazing city. Music by Music by DJ Raski ..“Gotta Move Instrumental” Eskinasi Productions, Barneys Uptown Resident DJ in Amsterdam - More Info Below Stay up to date with Barneys TV and all that's happening @ Barneys Farm & subscribe today: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BarneysFarm Twitter: https://twitter.com/barneysams YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/barneystv Barney's Amsterdam Experience: https://www.barneysamsterdam.com/ Cast: Barney's TV Tags: cannabis , barneys , farm , greece , expo , 2018 , athens , marijuana , medical , 420 , weed , barneysfarm , event , barneystv and youtube
https://vimeo.com/302044875
11/20/2018 - 8:59am
Greece Issues First Medical Cannabis Licenses
(Cannabis, Greece, Processing, Cultivation) Greece on Monday issued its first licenses for the cultivation and processing of medical cannabis in a taboo-breaking move, the agriculture ministry said Monday.The licenses went to two companies, Biomecann and Bioprocann, respectively based in Larissa and Corinth, who are expected to invest a combined 22 million euros ($25 million) and hire over 100 people."It's a greenhouse cultivation expected to create many jobs," junior agriculture minister Vassilis Kokkalis said in a statement jointly released with the ministries of health and development. Read more Top photo courtesy of Adobe Stock ]]>
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/greece-issues-first-two-medical-can...
11/19/2018 - 11:32am
Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed - Reuters
(Canada, Cannabis, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Uruguay) Reuters Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed ReutersSeveral countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medicinal cannabis, and in June Canada became the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalise marijuana, ending a 90-year ban. and more »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-greece-medicine-cannabis/greece-eyes-pot-of-g...
11/19/2018 - 11:32am
Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed - Reuters
(Canada, Cannabis, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Uruguay) Reuters Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed ReutersSeveral countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medicinal cannabis, and in June Canada became the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalise marijuana, ending a 90-year ban. and more »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-greece-medicine-cannabis/greece-eyes-pot-of-g...
11/19/2018 - 11:32am
Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed - Reuters
(Canada, Cannabis, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Uruguay) Reuters Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed ReutersSeveral countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medicinal cannabis, and in June Canada became the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalise marijuana, ending a 90-year ban. and more »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-greece-medicine-cannabis/greece-eyes-pot-of-g...
11/19/2018 - 11:32am
Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed - Reuters
(Canada, Cannabis, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Uruguay) Reuters Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed ReutersSeveral countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medicinal cannabis, and in June Canada became the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalise marijuana, ending a 90-year ban. and more »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-greece-medicine-cannabis/greece-eyes-pot-of-g...
11/19/2018 - 11:32am
Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed - Reuters
(Canada, Cannabis, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Uruguay) Reuters Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed ReutersSeveral countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medicinal cannabis, and in June Canada became the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalise marijuana, ending a 90-year ban. and more »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-greece-medicine-cannabis/greece-eyes-pot-of-g...
11/19/2018 - 11:32am
Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed - Reuters
(Canada, Cannabis, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Uruguay) Reuters Greece eyes pot of gold as medicinal cannabis licensed ReutersSeveral countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medicinal cannabis, and in June Canada became the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalise marijuana, ending a 90-year ban. and more »
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-greece-medicine-cannabis/greece-eyes-pot-of-g...
11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
https://marijuanastocks.com/knhbf-adds-portuguese-cbd-license-continues-expansio...
11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
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11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
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11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
https://marijuanastocks.com/knhbf-adds-portuguese-cbd-license-continues-expansio...
11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
https://marijuanastocks.com/knhbf-adds-portuguese-cbd-license-continues-expansio...
11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
https://marijuanastocks.com/knhbf-adds-portuguese-cbd-license-continues-expansio...
11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
https://marijuanastocks.com/knhbf-adds-portuguese-cbd-license-continues-expansio...
11/19/2018 - 8:11am
 ICC International Cannabis Corp. (KNHBF) Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Events, Greece, Hemp, Investments, Lesotho, News, Oils, Poland, Portugal, Processing, Products, Research, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Cultivation) International Cannabis Adds Portuguese CBD License, Continues Expansion Into European Union ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD)(8K51.F)(KNHBF) (“ICC” or “International Cannabis” or the “Company” ) is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Enigma Unipessoal Lda (“Enigma”). Enigma controls one of the first hemp licenses to be issued in Portugal, which permits the cultivation, processing and import/export of hemp-derived products. Enigma successfully harvested and extracted its first hemp crop in 2015, and has become a notable importer of proprietary hemp seeds. This licence authorizes International Cannabis to cultivate hemp on 400 acres of fertile agricultural land located in the Castelo Branco region of Portugal. The Company’s Portuguese hemp operations are estimated to yield 45,000 kg of finished, extracted pure cannabidiol (“CBD”) isolate product per annum, and a full operating team and infrastructure is in place. The...
https://marijuanastocks.com/knhbf-adds-portuguese-cbd-license-continues-expansio...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
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11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
11/04/2018 - 1:23pm
Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Is This Marijuana Stock Giving Investors Direct Access To The Global Stage?
(Aurora Cannabis Inc., Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Colombia, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Distributor, Extraction, Food, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Investments, Investors, Legalization, Lesotho, Management, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Organic, Partnerships, Poland, Processing, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Software, South Africa, Subsidiaries, Testing, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, Vertically Integrated, Industrial Hemp, Extracts, Cultivation) Canada’s latest move to fully legalize marijuana this year has built the framework for the creation of a new sector that is anticipating billions of dollars in revenue over the coming years. While Canada is boasting first mover advantage in the North American market, savvy investors may actually want to be looking at positioning for a global opportunity. Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Legal Marijuana Market by Type (Medical Marijuana and Recreational Marijuana), by Product Type (Buds, Oil, and Tinctures), and by Application (Chronic Pain, Mental Disorders, Cancer, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. The report shows that the global legal marijuana market was valued at approximately $16.71 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $62.964 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 21% between 2018 and 2024. As new momentum comes into the industry, here are 3 marijuana...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-giving-investors-direct-access-to-th...
10/16/2018 - 10:16pm
FRLF, GBLX
GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) Initiates A New Next Level Drug Discovery Project With The University Of Athens
(Canada, Cannabis, Deals, Distributor, Exploring, FRLF, GBLX, Greece, Legalization, Manufacture, Massachusetts, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, United States) GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) Initiates A New Next Level Drug Discovery Project With The University Of Athens GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) is continually widening its potential. The diverse cannabis company has a new project, which involves exploring different varieties of the cannabis plant. The aim is to identify a therapeutic potential of the chemical diversity in the plant. The company will team up with the Department of Pharmacognosy and Natural Products Chemistry. It is located at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. According to the Chief Science Officer of GB Sciences, Dr. Andrea Small-Howard, the primary goal is to make better medicines. Their target is in creating medicines, which will make the most of out of the diversity of the biology of the plant. Small-Howard adds , “In addition, we will look for disease-modifying compounds in other Cannabis genotypes using both functional assays and full metabolomic studies performed in parallel between GB...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/gb-sciences-inc-otcqbgblx-initiates-a-new-...
10/16/2018 - 10:16pm
FRLF, GBLX
GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) Initiates A New Next Level Drug Discovery Project With The University Of Athens
(Canada, Cannabis, Deals, Distributor, Exploring, FRLF, GBLX, Greece, Legalization, Manufacture, Massachusetts, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, United States) GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) Initiates A New Next Level Drug Discovery Project With The University Of Athens GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) is continually widening its potential. The diverse cannabis company has a new project, which involves exploring different varieties of the cannabis plant. The aim is to identify a therapeutic potential of the chemical diversity in the plant. The company will team up with the Department of Pharmacognosy and Natural Products Chemistry. It is located at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. According to the Chief Science Officer of GB Sciences, Dr. Andrea Small-Howard, the primary goal is to make better medicines. Their target is in creating medicines, which will make the most of out of the diversity of the biology of the plant. Small-Howard adds , “In addition, we will look for disease-modifying compounds in other Cannabis genotypes using both functional assays and full metabolomic studies performed in parallel between GB...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/gb-sciences-inc-otcqbgblx-initiates-a-new-...
10/16/2018 - 10:16pm
FRLF, GBLX
GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) Initiates A New Next Level Drug Discovery Project With The University Of Athens
(Canada, Cannabis, Deals, Distributor, Exploring, FRLF, GBLX, Greece, Legalization, Manufacture, Massachusetts, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, United States) GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) Initiates A New Next Level Drug Discovery Project With The University Of Athens GB Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX) is continually widening its potential. The diverse cannabis company has a new project, which involves exploring different varieties of the cannabis plant. The aim is to identify a therapeutic potential of the chemical diversity in the plant. The company will team up with the Department of Pharmacognosy and Natural Products Chemistry. It is located at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. According to the Chief Science Officer of GB Sciences, Dr. Andrea Small-Howard, the primary goal is to make better medicines. Their target is in creating medicines, which will make the most of out of the diversity of the biology of the plant. Small-Howard adds , “In addition, we will look for disease-modifying compounds in other Cannabis genotypes using both functional assays and full metabolomic studies performed in parallel between GB...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/gb-sciences-inc-otcqbgblx-initiates-a-new-...
08/26/2018 - 3:59pm
Investments in Hemp, Pharmaceutical Cannabis Taking Off in Greece
(Cannabis, Facilities, Greece, Hemp, Investment, Investments, News, Processing, Industrial Hemp) Investments in plants for processing industrial hemp and pharmaceutical cannabis amounting to at least 255 million euros are currently in progress in Greece, says the director of Cannatec Greece, a company leading the sector. Talking to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (AMNA), Dionysis Sarmazanidis said that the facilities expected to go into operation by the end of 2019 He added the investment may well end up being higher since the budget for some factories had yet…
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/08/26/investments-in-hemp-pharmaceu...
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/