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12/06/2018 - 8:06am
Happy 12/6, the new Michigan marijuana holiday - Detroit Metro Times
(Michigan, Morocco, United States) Happy 12/6, the new Michigan marijuana holiday Detroit Metro TimesHappy 12/6 everyone! Welcome to the new Michigan marijuana holiday. A fitting date to usher in the holiday season. I've smoked Moroccan hash in Morocco....
https://www.metrotimes.com/news-hits/archives/2018/12/06/happy-12-6-the-new-mich...
12/06/2018 - 8:06am
Happy 12/6, the new Michigan marijuana holiday - Detroit Metro Times
(Michigan, Morocco, United States) Happy 12/6, the new Michigan marijuana holiday Detroit Metro TimesHappy 12/6 everyone! Welcome to the new Michigan marijuana holiday. A fitting date to usher in the holiday season. I've smoked Moroccan hash in Morocco....
https://www.metrotimes.com/news-hits/archives/2018/12/06/happy-12-6-the-new-mich...
10/08/2018 - 6:30am
Will we now see cannabinoids produced from genetically modified bacteria?
(Biotechnology, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Germany, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Morocco, Processing, Production, Research, South Africa, United States, Uruguay, Utah, Washington, THC, Patents, Extracts, Funding) Over the last few years there have been persistent rumours about Monsanto supposedly getting into cannabusiness. This company, taken over in 2017 by Bayer, was suspected of secretly procuring cannabis seeds and patents for the future legalised market. Closer examination of the sources of this speculation rapidly revealed that so far Monsanto has no master plan for getting into cannabis production. The cannabis industry itself has invited the GMO sector on board In the US and Canada , the public have far fewer concerns about so-called genetic engineering than in Europe . Whereas in Europe anything to do with manipulating inherited traits rapidly encounters criticism, and not only in the hemp scene, this development in the cannabis sector was regarded as mainly positive overseas. It has already led to results in 2014 from a collaboration between a cannabis producer in Washington State and a former South African GMO company. The company Plandai Biotechnologies, which has now moved its...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/will-we-now-see-cannabinoids-produced-from-geneti...
10/08/2018 - 6:30am
Will we now see cannabinoids produced from genetically modified bacteria?
(Biotechnology, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Germany, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Morocco, Processing, Production, Research, South Africa, United States, Uruguay, Utah, Washington, THC, Patents, Extracts, Funding) Over the last few years there have been persistent rumours about Monsanto supposedly getting into cannabusiness. This company, taken over in 2017 by Bayer, was suspected of secretly procuring cannabis seeds and patents for the future legalised market. Closer examination of the sources of this speculation rapidly revealed that so far Monsanto has no master plan for getting into cannabis production. The cannabis industry itself has invited the GMO sector on board In the US and Canada , the public have far fewer concerns about so-called genetic engineering than in Europe . Whereas in Europe anything to do with manipulating inherited traits rapidly encounters criticism, and not only in the hemp scene, this development in the cannabis sector was regarded as mainly positive overseas. It has already led to results in 2014 from a collaboration between a cannabis producer in Washington State and a former South African GMO company. The company Plandai Biotechnologies, which has now moved its...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/will-we-now-see-cannabinoids-produced-from-geneti...
10/08/2018 - 6:30am
Will we now see cannabinoids produced from genetically modified bacteria?
(Biotechnology, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Germany, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Morocco, Processing, Production, Research, South Africa, United States, Uruguay, Utah, Washington, THC, Patents, Extracts, Funding) Over the last few years there have been persistent rumours about Monsanto supposedly getting into cannabusiness. This company, taken over in 2017 by Bayer, was suspected of secretly procuring cannabis seeds and patents for the future legalised market. Closer examination of the sources of this speculation rapidly revealed that so far Monsanto has no master plan for getting into cannabis production. The cannabis industry itself has invited the GMO sector on board In the US and Canada , the public have far fewer concerns about so-called genetic engineering than in Europe . Whereas in Europe anything to do with manipulating inherited traits rapidly encounters criticism, and not only in the hemp scene, this development in the cannabis sector was regarded as mainly positive overseas. It has already led to results in 2014 from a collaboration between a cannabis producer in Washington State and a former South African GMO company. The company Plandai Biotechnologies, which has now moved its...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/will-we-now-see-cannabinoids-produced-from-geneti...
10/08/2018 - 6:30am
Will we now see cannabinoids produced from genetically modified bacteria?
(Biotechnology, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Germany, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Morocco, Processing, Production, Research, South Africa, United States, Uruguay, Utah, Washington, THC, Patents, Extracts, Funding) Over the last few years there have been persistent rumours about Monsanto supposedly getting into cannabusiness. This company, taken over in 2017 by Bayer, was suspected of secretly procuring cannabis seeds and patents for the future legalised market. Closer examination of the sources of this speculation rapidly revealed that so far Monsanto has no master plan for getting into cannabis production. The cannabis industry itself has invited the GMO sector on board In the US and Canada , the public have far fewer concerns about so-called genetic engineering than in Europe . Whereas in Europe anything to do with manipulating inherited traits rapidly encounters criticism, and not only in the hemp scene, this development in the cannabis sector was regarded as mainly positive overseas. It has already led to results in 2014 from a collaboration between a cannabis producer in Washington State and a former South African GMO company. The company Plandai Biotechnologies, which has now moved its...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/will-we-now-see-cannabinoids-produced-from-geneti...
10/08/2018 - 6:30am
Will we now see cannabinoids produced from genetically modified bacteria?
(Biotechnology, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Germany, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Morocco, Processing, Production, Research, South Africa, United States, Uruguay, Utah, Washington, THC, Patents, Extracts, Funding) Over the last few years there have been persistent rumours about Monsanto supposedly getting into cannabusiness. This company, taken over in 2017 by Bayer, was suspected of secretly procuring cannabis seeds and patents for the future legalised market. Closer examination of the sources of this speculation rapidly revealed that so far Monsanto has no master plan for getting into cannabis production. The cannabis industry itself has invited the GMO sector on board In the US and Canada , the public have far fewer concerns about so-called genetic engineering than in Europe . Whereas in Europe anything to do with manipulating inherited traits rapidly encounters criticism, and not only in the hemp scene, this development in the cannabis sector was regarded as mainly positive overseas. It has already led to results in 2014 from a collaboration between a cannabis producer in Washington State and a former South African GMO company. The company Plandai Biotechnologies, which has now moved its...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/will-we-now-see-cannabinoids-produced-from-geneti...
10/08/2018 - 6:30am
Will we now see cannabinoids produced from genetically modified bacteria?
(Biotechnology, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Germany, Growing, Hemp, Investment, Morocco, Processing, Production, Research, South Africa, United States, Uruguay, Utah, Washington, THC, Patents, Extracts, Funding) Over the last few years there have been persistent rumours about Monsanto supposedly getting into cannabusiness. This company, taken over in 2017 by Bayer, was suspected of secretly procuring cannabis seeds and patents for the future legalised market. Closer examination of the sources of this speculation rapidly revealed that so far Monsanto has no master plan for getting into cannabis production. The cannabis industry itself has invited the GMO sector on board In the US and Canada , the public have far fewer concerns about so-called genetic engineering than in Europe . Whereas in Europe anything to do with manipulating inherited traits rapidly encounters criticism, and not only in the hemp scene, this development in the cannabis sector was regarded as mainly positive overseas. It has already led to results in 2014 from a collaboration between a cannabis producer in Washington State and a former South African GMO company. The company Plandai Biotechnologies, which has now moved its...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/will-we-now-see-cannabinoids-produced-from-geneti...
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/
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/
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/
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/
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/
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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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04/27/2018 - 6:00am
The Parts of the Cannabis Plant
(Cannabis, CBD, Edibles, Growers, Growing, Hemp, Morocco, News, Production, Seed Oil, Strains, Testing, Videos, Industrial Hemp, THC, Soil, Cultivation) Roots Appearance: The roots of cannabis plants are long, white, and grow in a tangled mass directly down from the base of the plant. The main, thickest root is called the taproot and is the first root to appear when the seed germinates . That tiny thread develops into the main below-ground life support system for the whole plant. The tap root, and the main roots, terminate in what is known as the root apex, which is tipped by the root cap. The root cap is a mass of cells which protect the hypersensitive tip of the roots, and also tell the plant which way is down – one of the reasons that it is important to be very careful with the ends of the roots! The cannabis roots which grow at a rough perpendicular angle from the taproot are called the lateral roots. The entire root system is covered with a layer of fine white root hairs, so small that they can look like a coating of short silky fur. Although they are individually tiny, their combined surface area is far larger than it appears at...
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01/15/2018 - 8:00am
All about CBD – THC’s little sister under the microscope
(Afghanistan, Cannabis, CBD, eLiquids, Food, Hemp, Media, Morocco, Oils, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Switzerland, THC) Even people who are not the least bit interested in cannabis have probably heard something about CBD. The media are full of reports about its many potential health benefits and medicinal uses. CBD is said to be successful in combatting anxiety, paranoia, epilepsy, pain and inflammation. It is said to heal acne and yes, CBD can even tackle cancer. It is true that more and more studies, experts and patients are talking about its positive medicinal effects. CBD is found not just in medicines in the form of tablets, capsules and creams, but also in oils and foodstuffs. The food industry discovered CBD even before the pharmaceutical industry did. But can you be sure that if it says CBD on the label there really is CBD inside? What do consumers need to look out for? How does CBD work and what are its possible side-effects? Sensi Seeds puts CBD under the microscope, reviewing this cannabinoid from a variety of perspectives and answering all the important questions. What is CBD? How does it...
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01/15/2018 - 8:00am
All about CBD – THC’s little sister under the microscope
(Afghanistan, Cannabis, CBD, eLiquids, Food, Hemp, Media, Morocco, Oils, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Switzerland, THC) Even people who are not the least bit interested in cannabis have probably heard something about CBD. The media are full of reports about its many potential health benefits and medicinal uses. CBD is said to be successful in combatting anxiety, paranoia, epilepsy, pain and inflammation. It is said to heal acne and yes, CBD can even tackle cancer. It is true that more and more studies, experts and patients are talking about its positive medicinal effects. CBD is found not just in medicines in the form of tablets, capsules and creams, but also in oils and foodstuffs. The food industry discovered CBD even before the pharmaceutical industry did. But can you be sure that if it says CBD on the label there really is CBD inside? What do consumers need to look out for? How does CBD work and what are its possible side-effects? Sensi Seeds puts CBD under the microscope, reviewing this cannabinoid from a variety of perspectives and answering all the important questions. What is CBD? How does it...
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01/15/2018 - 8:00am
All about CBD – THC’s little sister under the microscope
(Afghanistan, Cannabis, CBD, eLiquids, Food, Hemp, Media, Morocco, Oils, Packaging, Production, Products, Recreational, Research, Strains, Switzerland, THC) Even people who are not the least bit interested in cannabis have probably heard something about CBD. The media are full of reports about its many potential health benefits and medicinal uses. CBD is said to be successful in combatting anxiety, paranoia, epilepsy, pain and inflammation. It is said to heal acne and yes, CBD can even tackle cancer. It is true that more and more studies, experts and patients are talking about its positive medicinal effects. CBD is found not just in medicines in the form of tablets, capsules and creams, but also in oils and foodstuffs. The food industry discovered CBD even before the pharmaceutical industry did. But can you be sure that if it says CBD on the label there really is CBD inside? What do consumers need to look out for? How does CBD work and what are its possible side-effects? Sensi Seeds puts CBD under the microscope, reviewing this cannabinoid from a variety of perspectives and answering all the important questions. What is CBD? How does it...
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11/24/2017 - 11:10am
LO
Jesús Mac Interview: we speak to the cofounder of Lamarihuana.com
(Argentina, Cannabis, Colombia, Education, Hemp, Legalization, LO, Media, Morocco, News, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, Spain, United States, Websites, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Security) Taking advantage of my attendance at this year’s edition of Spannabis Madrid, I pulled some strings to get an interview with Jesús Mac, an important figure on the Spanish cannabis scene. Jesús Mac is undoubtedly a pioneer, but not just in the cannabis sector. He quickly knew how to use the Internet as a sales tool. It’s not for nothing that he worked for many years as a salesman, devoting himself to the sale of traditional Spanish products such as wine and ham. And then came cannabis, another of his passions. With Lamarihuana.com, Mac created a milestone in Spanish cannabis history. He now joins a powerful American firm to promote the legalization of the plant worldwide from both continents, and to properly inform the world why change must occur now. Let’s get to know Jesús Mac, the cheerful Valencian with whom I chatted at the Sensi Seeds stand. Sensi Seeds is one of his main sponsors – and longtime friend. Hello J esús Mac. Good afternoon. Nice to meet you! Thank you very much for...
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11/24/2017 - 11:10am
LO
Jesús Mac Interview: we speak to the cofounder of Lamarihuana.com
(Argentina, Cannabis, Colombia, Education, Hemp, Legalization, LO, Media, Morocco, News, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, Spain, United States, Websites, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Security) Taking advantage of my attendance at this year’s edition of Spannabis Madrid, I pulled some strings to get an interview with Jesús Mac, an important figure on the Spanish cannabis scene. Jesús Mac is undoubtedly a pioneer, but not just in the cannabis sector. He quickly knew how to use the Internet as a sales tool. It’s not for nothing that he worked for many years as a salesman, devoting himself to the sale of traditional Spanish products such as wine and ham. And then came cannabis, another of his passions. With Lamarihuana.com, Mac created a milestone in Spanish cannabis history. He now joins a powerful American firm to promote the legalization of the plant worldwide from both continents, and to properly inform the world why change must occur now. Let’s get to know Jesús Mac, the cheerful Valencian with whom I chatted at the Sensi Seeds stand. Sensi Seeds is one of his main sponsors – and longtime friend. Hello J esús Mac. Good afternoon. Nice to meet you! Thank you very much for...
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11/24/2017 - 11:10am
LO
Jesús Mac Interview: we speak to the cofounder of Lamarihuana.com
(Argentina, Cannabis, Colombia, Education, Hemp, Legalization, LO, Media, Morocco, News, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, Spain, United States, Websites, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Security) Taking advantage of my attendance at this year’s edition of Spannabis Madrid, I pulled some strings to get an interview with Jesús Mac, an important figure on the Spanish cannabis scene. Jesús Mac is undoubtedly a pioneer, but not just in the cannabis sector. He quickly knew how to use the Internet as a sales tool. It’s not for nothing that he worked for many years as a salesman, devoting himself to the sale of traditional Spanish products such as wine and ham. And then came cannabis, another of his passions. With Lamarihuana.com, Mac created a milestone in Spanish cannabis history. He now joins a powerful American firm to promote the legalization of the plant worldwide from both continents, and to properly inform the world why change must occur now. Let’s get to know Jesús Mac, the cheerful Valencian with whom I chatted at the Sensi Seeds stand. Sensi Seeds is one of his main sponsors – and longtime friend. Hello J esús Mac. Good afternoon. Nice to meet you! Thank you very much for...
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11/24/2017 - 11:10am
LO
Jesús Mac Interview: we speak to the cofounder of Lamarihuana.com
(Argentina, Cannabis, Colombia, Education, Hemp, Legalization, LO, Media, Morocco, News, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, Spain, United States, Websites, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Security) Taking advantage of my attendance at this year’s edition of Spannabis Madrid, I pulled some strings to get an interview with Jesús Mac, an important figure on the Spanish cannabis scene. Jesús Mac is undoubtedly a pioneer, but not just in the cannabis sector. He quickly knew how to use the Internet as a sales tool. It’s not for nothing that he worked for many years as a salesman, devoting himself to the sale of traditional Spanish products such as wine and ham. And then came cannabis, another of his passions. With Lamarihuana.com, Mac created a milestone in Spanish cannabis history. He now joins a powerful American firm to promote the legalization of the plant worldwide from both continents, and to properly inform the world why change must occur now. Let’s get to know Jesús Mac, the cheerful Valencian with whom I chatted at the Sensi Seeds stand. Sensi Seeds is one of his main sponsors – and longtime friend. Hello J esús Mac. Good afternoon. Nice to meet you! Thank you very much for...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/jesus-mac-interview-speak-cofounder-lamarihuana-c...
11/24/2017 - 11:10am
LO
Jesús Mac Interview: we speak to the cofounder of Lamarihuana.com
(Argentina, Cannabis, Colombia, Education, Hemp, Legalization, LO, Media, Morocco, News, Products, Recreational, Research, Science, Spain, United States, Websites, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Security) Taking advantage of my attendance at this year’s edition of Spannabis Madrid, I pulled some strings to get an interview with Jesús Mac, an important figure on the Spanish cannabis scene. Jesús Mac is undoubtedly a pioneer, but not just in the cannabis sector. He quickly knew how to use the Internet as a sales tool. It’s not for nothing that he worked for many years as a salesman, devoting himself to the sale of traditional Spanish products such as wine and ham. And then came cannabis, another of his passions. With Lamarihuana.com, Mac created a milestone in Spanish cannabis history. He now joins a powerful American firm to promote the legalization of the plant worldwide from both continents, and to properly inform the world why change must occur now. Let’s get to know Jesús Mac, the cheerful Valencian with whom I chatted at the Sensi Seeds stand. Sensi Seeds is one of his main sponsors – and longtime friend. Hello J esús Mac. Good afternoon. Nice to meet you! Thank you very much for...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/jesus-mac-interview-speak-cofounder-lamarihuana-c...
04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/legal-illegal-rational-lack-good-examples/
04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/legal-illegal-rational-lack-good-examples/
04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/legal-illegal-rational-lack-good-examples/