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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...
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/28/2018 - 8:25am
CBD Chaos in Spain
(Belgium, California, Cannabis, CBD, Cosmetics, Czech Republic, Distribution, Drinks, Fertilizer, Food, Germany, Grower, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investment, Italy, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Marketing, Michigan, Netherlands, Ohio, Oils, Products, Research, Scientific Research, Spain, Supplements, United States, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drinks) Is CBD Legal in Spain? Spain’s cannabis market is a diverse mix of Spanish and foreign-owned companies selling everything from seeds, fertilizer and grow lamps to hemp-infused beers and CBD tinctures, oils, and creams. All of these companies, the seeds banks, cultivators, manufacturers, grow shops, distributors, and online vendors operate in a grey market that permits them to sell their products as long as they follow some rules. They cannot sell any cannabis product with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content higher than 0.2% as prohibited by international law, and seeds for all hemp products , whether industrial or commercial, must be sourced from the Approved European Hemp Seed Catalogue. There are further laws, some of which apply to the presentation and sale of cannabis products, in particular, CBD oil for human consumption as a food supplement, but they’ve been overlooked until now. In August 2018, reports of shops being raided and CBD product confiscated began to circulate on...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-chaos-in-spain/
11/26/2018 - 10:38am
The truth about cannabis does not exist!
(Advertising, Cannabis, CBD, Genetics, Growers, Manufacturer, Netherlands, Production, Products, Research, THC) Sour Diesel. Gorilla Glue. Purple Haze. Tangerine Dream. Strawberry Kush. Anyone wanting to buy from an American dispensary will be spoilt for choice. But is there actually “Kush” in everything with “Kush” on the label? No! The legal cannabis market is still in its infancy and there is no official body to check the origin and quality of the products on offer. How could there be, when cannabis is still banned at federal level? The situation is even more precarious in the Netherlands . Despite what many people think, cannabis is still illegal here. A blind eye is merely turned on sale and consumption, under the so-called “ tolerance policy ”. Because production is completely forbidden, the coffee shops are obliged to buy their goods on the black market. The current legislation plays into the hands of criminals, puts the health of consumers at risk, and ensures that the state is missing out on millions in tax revenues. Are full spectrum profiles the solution? For cannabis patients,...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-truth-about-cannabis-does-not-exist/
11/22/2018 - 2:46pm
The Netherlands' Master Weed Growers Are Flocking to Canada - VICE
(Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Netherlands) VICE The Netherlands' Master Weed Growers Are Flocking to Canada VICEThe "green brain drain" is hitting hard in the former world weed leader. “We've made a critical mistake to let the marijuana market slip away,” Nicole Maalsté, who's researching the cannabis industry at Utrecht University, told VICE. Roskam attests ...
https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/pa5a5b/the-netherlands-master-weed-growers-ar...
11/22/2018 - 2:46pm
The Netherlands' Master Weed Growers Are Flocking to Canada - VICE
(Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Netherlands) VICE The Netherlands' Master Weed Growers Are Flocking to Canada VICEThe "green brain drain" is hitting hard in the former world weed leader. “We've made a critical mistake to let the marijuana market slip away,” Nicole Maalsté, who's researching the cannabis industry at Utrecht University, told VICE. Roskam attests ...
https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/pa5a5b/the-netherlands-master-weed-growers-ar...
11/21/2018 - 9:50am
Could I lose my flat if I grow cannabis there?
(Cannabis, Germany, Grower, Growers, Growing, Netherlands, Spain, Cultivation) In the Netherlands , we can answer this question with a definitive “Yes”, because in this former grower’s paradise, you will lose not only your flat but also your good reputation in the neighbourhood. Anyone who dares to cobble together a growbox inside their home and fill it with cannabis plants will be evicted in the event of an unplanned visit. In addition, in some parts of the Netherlands the forfeited home will be labelled by the authorities with visible signs such as “Another one down”, “Cannabis plants uncovered” or “Project cannabis tent”. This is intended to stigmatise the home grower as a criminal in the eyes of their acquaintances and neighbours, on top of their punishment in court, and to encourage the general public to report growers. Nowadays in the Netherlands, even the smallest home growing system is treated in the same way as a professional nursery, and grow shops manage to survive by being disguised as flower shops. Growing a small number of cannabis plants on one’s...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/could-i-lose-my-flat-if-i-grow-cannabis-there/
11/21/2018 - 9:50am
Could I lose my flat if I grow cannabis there?
(Cannabis, Germany, Grower, Growers, Growing, Netherlands, Spain, Cultivation) In the Netherlands , we can answer this question with a definitive “Yes”, because in this former grower’s paradise, you will lose not only your flat but also your good reputation in the neighbourhood. Anyone who dares to cobble together a growbox inside their home and fill it with cannabis plants will be evicted in the event of an unplanned visit. In addition, in some parts of the Netherlands the forfeited home will be labelled by the authorities with visible signs such as “Another one down”, “Cannabis plants uncovered” or “Project cannabis tent”. This is intended to stigmatise the home grower as a criminal in the eyes of their acquaintances and neighbours, on top of their punishment in court, and to encourage the general public to report growers. Nowadays in the Netherlands, even the smallest home growing system is treated in the same way as a professional nursery, and grow shops manage to survive by being disguised as flower shops. Growing a small number of cannabis plants on one’s...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/could-i-lose-my-flat-if-i-grow-cannabis-there/
11/21/2018 - 9:50am
Could I lose my flat if I grow cannabis there?
(Cannabis, Germany, Grower, Growers, Growing, Netherlands, Spain, Cultivation) In the Netherlands , we can answer this question with a definitive “Yes”, because in this former grower’s paradise, you will lose not only your flat but also your good reputation in the neighbourhood. Anyone who dares to cobble together a growbox inside their home and fill it with cannabis plants will be evicted in the event of an unplanned visit. In addition, in some parts of the Netherlands the forfeited home will be labelled by the authorities with visible signs such as “Another one down”, “Cannabis plants uncovered” or “Project cannabis tent”. This is intended to stigmatise the home grower as a criminal in the eyes of their acquaintances and neighbours, on top of their punishment in court, and to encourage the general public to report growers. Nowadays in the Netherlands, even the smallest home growing system is treated in the same way as a professional nursery, and grow shops manage to survive by being disguised as flower shops. Growing a small number of cannabis plants on one’s...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/could-i-lose-my-flat-if-i-grow-cannabis-there/
11/10/2018 - 11:24am
Aphria seeks EU GMP certification prior to closing deal for German distributor
(Canada, Cannabis, Deals, Distributor, Germany, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Production, Products) Aphria seeks EU GMP certification prior to closing deal for German distributor Aphria, one of Canada’s largest medical cannabis companies, aims to obtain an essential European quality standard certification before closing its deal to buy a large distributor of pharmaceutical products in Germany. Aphria announced last week its intention to buy Densborn, Germany-based CC Pharma for 24.5 million euros ($28 million) in cash on closing and another 23.5 million euros if certain performance milestones are met. The transaction is expected to close in early 2019. Meeting EU Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) would mean Aphria could export medical cannabis products from its facility in Canada to the European Union. Tamara Macgregor, vice president of communications, confirmed Aphria is working toward getting the certification before the deal closes. CC Pharma is the fifth-largest distributor of pharmaceutical products in Germany with about 6% market share. The company reported a profit of 2...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/aphria-seeks-eu-gmp-certification-prior-to...
11/10/2018 - 11:24am
Aphria seeks EU GMP certification prior to closing deal for German distributor
(Canada, Cannabis, Deals, Distributor, Germany, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Production, Products) Aphria seeks EU GMP certification prior to closing deal for German distributor Aphria, one of Canada’s largest medical cannabis companies, aims to obtain an essential European quality standard certification before closing its deal to buy a large distributor of pharmaceutical products in Germany. Aphria announced last week its intention to buy Densborn, Germany-based CC Pharma for 24.5 million euros ($28 million) in cash on closing and another 23.5 million euros if certain performance milestones are met. The transaction is expected to close in early 2019. Meeting EU Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) would mean Aphria could export medical cannabis products from its facility in Canada to the European Union. Tamara Macgregor, vice president of communications, confirmed Aphria is working toward getting the certification before the deal closes. CC Pharma is the fifth-largest distributor of pharmaceutical products in Germany with about 6% market share. The company reported a profit of 2...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/aphria-seeks-eu-gmp-certification-prior-to...
11/10/2018 - 11:24am
Aphria seeks EU GMP certification prior to closing deal for German distributor
(Canada, Cannabis, Deals, Distributor, Germany, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands, Production, Products) Aphria seeks EU GMP certification prior to closing deal for German distributor Aphria, one of Canada’s largest medical cannabis companies, aims to obtain an essential European quality standard certification before closing its deal to buy a large distributor of pharmaceutical products in Germany. Aphria announced last week its intention to buy Densborn, Germany-based CC Pharma for 24.5 million euros ($28 million) in cash on closing and another 23.5 million euros if certain performance milestones are met. The transaction is expected to close in early 2019. Meeting EU Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) would mean Aphria could export medical cannabis products from its facility in Canada to the European Union. Tamara Macgregor, vice president of communications, confirmed Aphria is working toward getting the certification before the deal closes. CC Pharma is the fifth-largest distributor of pharmaceutical products in Germany with about 6% market share. The company reported a profit of 2...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/aphria-seeks-eu-gmp-certification-prior-to...
10/25/2018 - 10:58pm
Steer clear of cannabis, says Netherlands PM - Eyewitness News
(Canada, Cannabis, Growing, Netherlands, News) Eyewitness News Steer clear of cannabis, says Netherlands PM Eyewitness NewsIn becoming the first G20 country to legalise the growing, selling and use of cannabis, Canada hopes to ensure that "the person that is selling you marijuana at an official place doesn't also have something else in their other pocket they are willing ... and more »
https://ewn.co.za/2018/10/26/steer-clear-of-cannabis-says-netherlands-pm
10/25/2018 - 10:58pm
Steer clear of cannabis, says Netherlands PM - Eyewitness News
(Canada, Cannabis, Growing, Netherlands, News) Eyewitness News Steer clear of cannabis, says Netherlands PM Eyewitness NewsIn becoming the first G20 country to legalise the growing, selling and use of cannabis, Canada hopes to ensure that "the person that is selling you marijuana at an official place doesn't also have something else in their other pocket they are willing ... and more »
https://ewn.co.za/2018/10/26/steer-clear-of-cannabis-says-netherlands-pm
10/12/2018 - 7:00am
The Cannabis Capital Convention 2018
(Alcohol, Banking, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Edibles, Extraction, Food, Grower, Growers, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Management, Netherlands, News, Oregon, Packaging, Products, Recreational, United States, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Soil, Cultivation) The recent big news about Coca Cola potentially launching a cannabis-infused soft drink has been met with as much incredulity and excitement from the mainstream world as it has with incredulity and suspicion from the cannabis world. Rumours that Pepsi are also considering something similar hit the news a couple of weeks later. Two types of non-alcoholic hop-flavoured cannabinoid-infused sparkling water are already available in California, made (in collaboration with an extraction company) and marketed by the Lagunitas brewery which is a subsidiary of Heineken. Although branded as “cannabis infused”, it does not contain the full spectrum of biochemicals present in cannabis. One contains what sounds like a balanced blend of 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD per 355 ml. The other just has 10 mg of THC per 355 ml, which – given what we know of the Entourage Effect , and what happens if you administer THC isolated from CBD (which this clip misnames as ‘cannabanoid’) – really doesn’t seem like a good...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-cannabis-capital-convention-2018/
10/12/2018 - 7:00am
The Cannabis Capital Convention 2018
(Alcohol, Banking, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Edibles, Extraction, Food, Grower, Growers, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Management, Netherlands, News, Oregon, Packaging, Products, Recreational, United States, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Soil, Cultivation) The recent big news about Coca Cola potentially launching a cannabis-infused soft drink has been met with as much incredulity and excitement from the mainstream world as it has with incredulity and suspicion from the cannabis world. Rumours that Pepsi are also considering something similar hit the news a couple of weeks later. Two types of non-alcoholic hop-flavoured cannabinoid-infused sparkling water are already available in California, made (in collaboration with an extraction company) and marketed by the Lagunitas brewery which is a subsidiary of Heineken. Although branded as “cannabis infused”, it does not contain the full spectrum of biochemicals present in cannabis. One contains what sounds like a balanced blend of 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD per 355 ml. The other just has 10 mg of THC per 355 ml, which – given what we know of the Entourage Effect , and what happens if you administer THC isolated from CBD (which this clip misnames as ‘cannabanoid’) – really doesn’t seem like a good...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-cannabis-capital-convention-2018/
10/12/2018 - 7:00am
The Cannabis Capital Convention 2018
(Alcohol, Banking, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Edibles, Extraction, Food, Grower, Growers, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Management, Netherlands, News, Oregon, Packaging, Products, Recreational, United States, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Soil, Cultivation) The recent big news about Coca Cola potentially launching a cannabis-infused soft drink has been met with as much incredulity and excitement from the mainstream world as it has with incredulity and suspicion from the cannabis world. Rumours that Pepsi are also considering something similar hit the news a couple of weeks later. Two types of non-alcoholic hop-flavoured cannabinoid-infused sparkling water are already available in California, made (in collaboration with an extraction company) and marketed by the Lagunitas brewery which is a subsidiary of Heineken. Although branded as “cannabis infused”, it does not contain the full spectrum of biochemicals present in cannabis. One contains what sounds like a balanced blend of 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD per 355 ml. The other just has 10 mg of THC per 355 ml, which – given what we know of the Entourage Effect , and what happens if you administer THC isolated from CBD (which this clip misnames as ‘cannabanoid’) – really doesn’t seem like a good...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-cannabis-capital-convention-2018/
10/03/2018 - 6:00am
44% THC – Does Berlin have the strongest weed in the world?
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Growers, Growing, Hemp, Netherlands, Products, Strains, Testing, THC) A question from a Berlin FDP politician about the THC content of the cannabis products seized between 2007 and 2017 revealed some surprising peak values. Although the average level of active ingredients in the cannabis seized in Berlin was only between 11.1% and 13.7%, the peak values were surprising: Although the 46% THC level for hashish is credible, the peak value of 44% THC in a batch seized in 2010 is almost unbelievable. And 37.9% and 39.7% THC in respectively 2009 and 2011 also caught our attention. Except in 2016, cannabis buds with more than 30 per cent THC content have been found every year. Given that values like this are not even achieved when growing medicinal varieties , and that you will search in vain in the Dutch coffeeshops or in a Californian dispensary for buds with more than 30% THC, the peak values in Berlin are puzzling to anyone who has taken the time to look more closely at the active ingredient levels of different varieties of cannabis. The strongest...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/44-thc-does-berlin-have-the-strongest-weed-in-the...
10/03/2018 - 6:00am
44% THC – Does Berlin have the strongest weed in the world?
(Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Growers, Growing, Hemp, Netherlands, Products, Strains, Testing, THC) A question from a Berlin FDP politician about the THC content of the cannabis products seized between 2007 and 2017 revealed some surprising peak values. Although the average level of active ingredients in the cannabis seized in Berlin was only between 11.1% and 13.7%, the peak values were surprising: Although the 46% THC level for hashish is credible, the peak value of 44% THC in a batch seized in 2010 is almost unbelievable. And 37.9% and 39.7% THC in respectively 2009 and 2011 also caught our attention. Except in 2016, cannabis buds with more than 30 per cent THC content have been found every year. Given that values like this are not even achieved when growing medicinal varieties , and that you will search in vain in the Dutch coffeeshops or in a Californian dispensary for buds with more than 30% THC, the peak values in Berlin are puzzling to anyone who has taken the time to look more closely at the active ingredient levels of different varieties of cannabis. The strongest...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/44-thc-does-berlin-have-the-strongest-weed-in-the...
09/23/2018 - 5:59am
Ep 234 - Dutch Scientist Creates Interactive Tool To Help you Find your Ideal Cannabis Match
(Cannabis, Netherlands) Linda Klumpers Ph.D. is a scientist from The Netherlands. Listen in as she describes how she has built an interactive web-based tool that allows you to find the best cannabis product for your specific need. Learn more at: https://www.cannify.us/ and https://www.cannainsider.com Important: What are the five trends disrutping the cannabis industry right now?Find out with your free cheat sheet at https://www.cannainsider.com/trends
http://cannainsider.libsyn.com/ep-234-dutch-scientist-creates-interactive-tool-t...
08/27/2018 - 7:15pm
Medicinal Cannabis Campaigner Vera Twomey Says Daughter Ava (8) is Now Pharmaceutical Free
(Cannabis, CBD, Medical Marijuana, Netherlands) Ms Twomey said her daughter is now "solely being treated" by medical marijuana. Vera Twomey has announced that her daughter Ava is now "pharma free" and using forms of medical marijuana instead. Ava (8) suffers from a severe form of epilepsy called Dravet's Syndrome, which at one point caused her to suffer 16 seizures in just 36 hours. Vera and her daughter travelled to the Netherlands last summer so Ava could receive cannabidiol (CBD) oil…
https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2018/08/27/medicinal-cannabis-campaigner...
08/22/2018 - 4:42am
Switzerland: Good news for cannabis consumers
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Distribution, Growing, Media, Netherlands, News, Products, Switzerland, Uruguay) From xenophobic initiatives by the party with the most votes, through secrecy issues in banking, to dubious tax relief for the super rich – Switzerland often triggers negative headlines far beyond its own borders. But however narrow-minded Switzerland may be when it comes to dealing with drugs, Bern is beyond easy criticism. Quite the opposite: With the controlled distribution of heroin, this country acted as the pioneer and demonstrated to the world how you can come to grips with a snowballing drug problem. The four pillars policy , based on prevention, repression, reduction of damage and treatment, is regarded internationally as a successful model. Which makes it the more surprising that the former star pupil in relation to drug policy is not in the front row when it comes to legalisation of cannabis . But things are changing now. The Federal Council is demanding that the situation be reconsidered and wants “to find a better way to deal with the problem,” as Health Minister Alain...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/switzerland-good-news-for-cannabis-consumers/
08/22/2018 - 4:42am
Switzerland: Good news for cannabis consumers
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Distribution, Growing, Media, Netherlands, News, Products, Switzerland, Uruguay) From xenophobic initiatives by the party with the most votes, through secrecy issues in banking, to dubious tax relief for the super rich – Switzerland often triggers negative headlines far beyond its own borders. But however narrow-minded Switzerland may be when it comes to dealing with drugs, Bern is beyond easy criticism. Quite the opposite: With the controlled distribution of heroin, this country acted as the pioneer and demonstrated to the world how you can come to grips with a snowballing drug problem. The four pillars policy , based on prevention, repression, reduction of damage and treatment, is regarded internationally as a successful model. Which makes it the more surprising that the former star pupil in relation to drug policy is not in the front row when it comes to legalisation of cannabis . But things are changing now. The Federal Council is demanding that the situation be reconsidered and wants “to find a better way to deal with the problem,” as Health Minister Alain...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/switzerland-good-news-for-cannabis-consumers/
08/22/2018 - 4:42am
Switzerland: Good news for cannabis consumers
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Distribution, Growing, Media, Netherlands, News, Products, Switzerland, Uruguay) From xenophobic initiatives by the party with the most votes, through secrecy issues in banking, to dubious tax relief for the super rich – Switzerland often triggers negative headlines far beyond its own borders. But however narrow-minded Switzerland may be when it comes to dealing with drugs, Bern is beyond easy criticism. Quite the opposite: With the controlled distribution of heroin, this country acted as the pioneer and demonstrated to the world how you can come to grips with a snowballing drug problem. The four pillars policy , based on prevention, repression, reduction of damage and treatment, is regarded internationally as a successful model. Which makes it the more surprising that the former star pupil in relation to drug policy is not in the front row when it comes to legalisation of cannabis . But things are changing now. The Federal Council is demanding that the situation be reconsidered and wants “to find a better way to deal with the problem,” as Health Minister Alain...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/switzerland-good-news-for-cannabis-consumers/
08/22/2018 - 4:42am
Switzerland: Good news for cannabis consumers
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Distribution, Growing, Media, Netherlands, News, Products, Switzerland, Uruguay) From xenophobic initiatives by the party with the most votes, through secrecy issues in banking, to dubious tax relief for the super rich – Switzerland often triggers negative headlines far beyond its own borders. But however narrow-minded Switzerland may be when it comes to dealing with drugs, Bern is beyond easy criticism. Quite the opposite: With the controlled distribution of heroin, this country acted as the pioneer and demonstrated to the world how you can come to grips with a snowballing drug problem. The four pillars policy , based on prevention, repression, reduction of damage and treatment, is regarded internationally as a successful model. Which makes it the more surprising that the former star pupil in relation to drug policy is not in the front row when it comes to legalisation of cannabis . But things are changing now. The Federal Council is demanding that the situation be reconsidered and wants “to find a better way to deal with the problem,” as Health Minister Alain...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/switzerland-good-news-for-cannabis-consumers/
08/20/2018 - 7:00am
Mila Jansen; woman, mother, icon
(Branding, Cannabis, Education, Growers, India, Indonesia, Netherlands, New York, Organic, Products, United Kingdom, United States, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC) “We were all looking for paradise. Here. Now.” Here and now was on 5 December 1968 in India . Mila found paradise. It was her 24th birthday. Together with her baby daughter Miloes and three travel companions, she was walking on the beach in Goa. They had been travelling for exactly 102 days. Mainly in a camper van, but also by boat, bus and train, on foot, horseback, bike and rafts and once even on cables. They were travelling from Amsterdam to Calangute. Mila was tired. But happy. A feeling shared by readers of her autobiography “ How I Became the Hash Queen “. In the first 100 pages, one event follows the next at a breathtaking pace. Can we take a break? Not a chance. You are totally drawn into Mila’s world and rattle around like cannabis in a Pollinator®. Mila owes her nickname to the Pollinator® , the amazing yet simple method for separating trichomes from plant material. The “Hash Queen” changed the cannabis industry forever. Mila as a female cannabis icon It is thanks to her...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/mila-jansen-woman-mother-icon/
08/20/2018 - 7:00am
Mila Jansen; woman, mother, icon
(Branding, Cannabis, Education, Growers, India, Indonesia, Netherlands, New York, Organic, Products, United Kingdom, United States, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC) “We were all looking for paradise. Here. Now.” Here and now was on 5 December 1968 in India . Mila found paradise. It was her 24th birthday. Together with her baby daughter Miloes and three travel companions, she was walking on the beach in Goa. They had been travelling for exactly 102 days. Mainly in a camper van, but also by boat, bus and train, on foot, horseback, bike and rafts and once even on cables. They were travelling from Amsterdam to Calangute. Mila was tired. But happy. A feeling shared by readers of her autobiography “ How I Became the Hash Queen “. In the first 100 pages, one event follows the next at a breathtaking pace. Can we take a break? Not a chance. You are totally drawn into Mila’s world and rattle around like cannabis in a Pollinator®. Mila owes her nickname to the Pollinator® , the amazing yet simple method for separating trichomes from plant material. The “Hash Queen” changed the cannabis industry forever. Mila as a female cannabis icon It is thanks to her...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/mila-jansen-woman-mother-icon/
08/20/2018 - 7:00am
Mila Jansen; woman, mother, icon
(Branding, Cannabis, Education, Growers, India, Indonesia, Netherlands, New York, Organic, Products, United Kingdom, United States, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC) “We were all looking for paradise. Here. Now.” Here and now was on 5 December 1968 in India . Mila found paradise. It was her 24th birthday. Together with her baby daughter Miloes and three travel companions, she was walking on the beach in Goa. They had been travelling for exactly 102 days. Mainly in a camper van, but also by boat, bus and train, on foot, horseback, bike and rafts and once even on cables. They were travelling from Amsterdam to Calangute. Mila was tired. But happy. A feeling shared by readers of her autobiography “ How I Became the Hash Queen “. In the first 100 pages, one event follows the next at a breathtaking pace. Can we take a break? Not a chance. You are totally drawn into Mila’s world and rattle around like cannabis in a Pollinator®. Mila owes her nickname to the Pollinator® , the amazing yet simple method for separating trichomes from plant material. The “Hash Queen” changed the cannabis industry forever. Mila as a female cannabis icon It is thanks to her...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/mila-jansen-woman-mother-icon/
08/20/2018 - 7:00am
Mila Jansen; woman, mother, icon
(Branding, Cannabis, Education, Growers, India, Indonesia, Netherlands, New York, Organic, Products, United Kingdom, United States, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC) “We were all looking for paradise. Here. Now.” Here and now was on 5 December 1968 in India . Mila found paradise. It was her 24th birthday. Together with her baby daughter Miloes and three travel companions, she was walking on the beach in Goa. They had been travelling for exactly 102 days. Mainly in a camper van, but also by boat, bus and train, on foot, horseback, bike and rafts and once even on cables. They were travelling from Amsterdam to Calangute. Mila was tired. But happy. A feeling shared by readers of her autobiography “ How I Became the Hash Queen “. In the first 100 pages, one event follows the next at a breathtaking pace. Can we take a break? Not a chance. You are totally drawn into Mila’s world and rattle around like cannabis in a Pollinator®. Mila owes her nickname to the Pollinator® , the amazing yet simple method for separating trichomes from plant material. The “Hash Queen” changed the cannabis industry forever. Mila as a female cannabis icon It is thanks to her...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/mila-jansen-woman-mother-icon/
08/20/2018 - 7:00am
Mila Jansen; woman, mother, icon
(Branding, Cannabis, Education, Growers, India, Indonesia, Netherlands, New York, Organic, Products, United Kingdom, United States, Vaporizers, Vaporizers, THC) “We were all looking for paradise. Here. Now.” Here and now was on 5 December 1968 in India . Mila found paradise. It was her 24th birthday. Together with her baby daughter Miloes and three travel companions, she was walking on the beach in Goa. They had been travelling for exactly 102 days. Mainly in a camper van, but also by boat, bus and train, on foot, horseback, bike and rafts and once even on cables. They were travelling from Amsterdam to Calangute. Mila was tired. But happy. A feeling shared by readers of her autobiography “ How I Became the Hash Queen “. In the first 100 pages, one event follows the next at a breathtaking pace. Can we take a break? Not a chance. You are totally drawn into Mila’s world and rattle around like cannabis in a Pollinator®. Mila owes her nickname to the Pollinator® , the amazing yet simple method for separating trichomes from plant material. The “Hash Queen” changed the cannabis industry forever. Mila as a female cannabis icon It is thanks to her...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/mila-jansen-woman-mother-icon/