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12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/13/2018 - 3:35pm
Latin America’s Emerging Medical Cannabis Market
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Chile, Colombia, Development, Distribution, Extraction, Facilities, Growing, Hemp, Investing, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, News, Paraguay, Peru, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, United States, Uruguay, Vertical Integration, Vertical Integration, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Extracts, Cultivation) Latin America’s medical cannabis market is home to the first country in the modern era to fully legalize both medical and recreational cannabis. Uruguay’s legalization of marijuana sparked a wave of more liberal policies toward the medical use of the plant throughout the region. Between 2015 and 2017, countries including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and Chile have all established policies allowing the use of medicinal cannabis, hemp or CBD products. With a total population of 620 million people and a potential cannabis patient pool of 68 million, Latin America’s medical cannabis market is quickly emerging as the next stage for global expansion for the world’s leading cannabis companies. Latin America is already one of the largest trade regions in the world, attracting significant amounts of foreign-investment capital, totalling $161.7 billion in 2017. The region’s low-cost agricultural sector and favorable growing environment has attracted the attention of Canadian...
https://investingnews.com/innspired/latin-americas-medical-cannabis-market/
12/12/2018 - 5:13pm
Cannabis Canada Daily: Aphria announces exclusive supply deal in Paraguay - Article - BNNBloomberg.ca
(Canada, Cannabis, Paraguay) Cannabis Canada Daily: Aphria announces exclusive supply deal in Paraguay - Article BNNBloomberg.caAphria strikes Paraguay supply deal; still mum on Latin American operations. Aphria announced Wednesday it has struck a deal with Insumos Medicos to ...
http://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/cannabis-canada-daily-aphria-announces-exclusive-supp...
12/12/2018 - 5:13pm
Cannabis Canada Daily: Aphria announces exclusive supply deal in Paraguay - Article - BNNBloomberg.ca
(Canada, Cannabis, Paraguay) Cannabis Canada Daily: Aphria announces exclusive supply deal in Paraguay - Article BNNBloomberg.caAphria strikes Paraguay supply deal; still mum on Latin American operations. Aphria announced Wednesday it has struck a deal with Insumos Medicos to ...
http://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/cannabis-canada-daily-aphria-announces-exclusive-supp...
12/12/2018 - 11:40am
Marijuana Stocks: Aphria Announces Paraguay Supply Deal Amid M&A Scrutiny - Investor's Business Daily
(Paraguay) Marijuana Stocks: Aphria Announces Paraguay Supply Deal Amid M&A Scrutiny Investor's Business DailyAphria said it plans to strike supply agreement with pharmaceutical company in Paraguay. Aphria stock and other marijuana stocks were mostly down.
https://www.investors.com/news/marijuana-stocks-aphria-stock-response-short-sell...
12/12/2018 - 11:21am
Aphria Signs Initial Terms of Import Deal in Paraguay
(Cannabis, Distribution, Distributor, Investing, Manufacturing, News, Paraguay, Partnerships, Products, Pharmaceuticals) Aphria (NYSE: APHA ,TSX:APHA) signed a letter of intent with Paraguayan pharmaceutical manufacturing company Insumos Medicos for the import and distribution of medical cannabis. As quoted in the press release: “Latin America continues to represent an important growth opportunity within the global medical cannabis industry, and we are excited to be among the first to enter the rapidly emerging market in Paraguay,” said Jakob Ripshtein, president of Aphria. “Our strategic partner, Insumos, is well-positioned to establish a leading presence for the Company’s products throughout the country. Aphria will continue to expand its footprint in the most strategic markets in Latin America and around the world through its diversified approach to innovation, partnerships and expansion.” Insumos is a distributor of pharmaceuticals to hospitals within Paraguay. Insumos has the network, relationships, and reach to bring Aphria’s products to patients in need across the country. As part of the proposed...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/aphria-signs-initial-terms-of...
12/12/2018 - 8:04am
Aphria Inc.
Aphria signs medical marijuana supply deal with company in Paraguay - CTV News
(Aphria Inc., Cannabis, Medical Marijuana, News, Paraguay) Aphria signs medical marijuana supply deal with company in Paraguay CTV NewsMarijuana producer Aphria Inc. has signed a letter of intent to supply a company in Paraguay with medical cannabis.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/business/aphria-signs-medical-marijuana-supply-deal-with-...
12/12/2018 - 7:26am
Aphria Expands Latin American Medical Cannabis Presence with Entry... - New Cannabis Ventures
(Cannabis, Paraguay) Aphria Expands Latin American Medical Cannabis Presence with Entry... New Cannabis VenturesAphria Signs Letter of Intent for Exclusive Supply Agreement with Insumos Medicos, S.A. to Supply Medical Cannabis in Paraguay. LEAMINGTON, ON, Dec.
https://www.newcannabisventures.com/aphria-expands-latin-american-medical-cannab...
12/12/2018 - 7:16am
Aphria Inc.
Aphria signs exclusive supply agreement to supply medical cannabis in Paraguay - MarketWatch
(Aphria Inc., Cannabis, Paraguay) Aphria signs exclusive supply agreement to supply medical cannabis in Paraguay MarketWatchCanadian cannabis company Aphria Inc. APHA, +6.25% APHA, +4.78% said Thursday it has signed a letter of intent for an exclusive supply agreement with ...
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/aphria-signs-exclusive-supply-agreement-to-sup...
12/12/2018 - 7:02am
Aphria Signs Letter of Intent for Exclusive Supply Agreement with Insumos Medicos, S.A. to Supply Medical Cannabis in Paraguay
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https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a5hjdq/aphria_signs_letter_of_inten...
09/24/2017 - 11:45pm
Marijuana: Paraguay's Paradox
(Cannabis, Paraguay) ASUNCION, Sept 25 -- Paraguay, the largest producer of illegal marijuana in South America, is studying the possibility of becoming an exporter of ...
http://www.malaysiandigest.com/world/699092-marijuana-paraguay-s-paradox.html&ct...
09/22/2017 - 8:00am
Drug production is booming in Paraguay, and so is drug violence
(Cannabis, Paraguay, Production) 8/17/17–Paraguay is a global marijuana powerhouse: The small South American country produces 9 percent of the world's supply. With thousands of square miles of farmland, Paraguay has a stable, agriculture-based economy — and the world's fourth-largest crop of marijuana, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). Even so, its porous borders and central position on the continent, among other factors, have begun to attract drug violence and increasing attention from major drug gangs. Read
http://themarijuanareport.org/drug-production-is-booming-in-paraguay-and-so-is-d...
08/23/2017 - 12:49pm
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. MJNA, OTC:HEMP
State of Mexico Purchases Medical Marijuana, Inc.'s Cannabis Product for Its Citizens
(Brazil, Cannabis, CBD, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, MJNA, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, Products, Subsidiaries, United States, THC) Medical Marijuana, Inc. (MJNA), the first publicly traded cannabis company in the United States, today announced that the State of Mexico's government has purchased the company's Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X™ (RSHO-X™) CBD hemp oil products from its subsidiary HempMeds Mexico® to treat 11 of its citizens suffering from varying indications including Refractory Epilepsy and Lennox Gastaut-Syndrome. This is the first time a government in Mexico has purchased CBD products for its citizens, according to a press release.The State of Mexico's Governor Eruviel Avila distributed HempMeds Mexico's flagship product RSHO-X™, a CBD hemp oil with zero THC, to the patients at the inauguration of a new clinic located in Ecatepec on August 17th."We want to congratulate the State of Mexico's government for this historic purchase of our RSHO CBD products to help improve the lives of its citizens," said Medical Marijuana, Inc. Dr. Stuart Titus. "We are a Company of firsts, including having the first...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/mexico-purchases-medical-marijuana-...
08/23/2017 - 12:49pm
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. MJNA, OTC:HEMP
State of Mexico Purchases Medical Marijuana, Inc.'s Cannabis Product for Its Citizens
(Brazil, Cannabis, CBD, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, MJNA, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, Products, Subsidiaries, United States, THC) Medical Marijuana, Inc. (MJNA), the first publicly traded cannabis company in the United States, today announced that the State of Mexico's government has purchased the company's Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X™ (RSHO-X™) CBD hemp oil products from its subsidiary HempMeds Mexico® to treat 11 of its citizens suffering from varying indications including Refractory Epilepsy and Lennox Gastaut-Syndrome. This is the first time a government in Mexico has purchased CBD products for its citizens, according to a press release.The State of Mexico's Governor Eruviel Avila distributed HempMeds Mexico's flagship product RSHO-X™, a CBD hemp oil with zero THC, to the patients at the inauguration of a new clinic located in Ecatepec on August 17th."We want to congratulate the State of Mexico's government for this historic purchase of our RSHO CBD products to help improve the lives of its citizens," said Medical Marijuana, Inc. Dr. Stuart Titus. "We are a Company of firsts, including having the first...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/mexico-purchases-medical-marijuana-...
08/23/2017 - 12:49pm
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. MJNA, OTC:HEMP
State of Mexico Purchases Medical Marijuana, Inc.'s Cannabis Product for Its Citizens
(Brazil, Cannabis, CBD, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, MJNA, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, Products, Subsidiaries, United States, THC) Medical Marijuana, Inc. (MJNA), the first publicly traded cannabis company in the United States, today announced that the State of Mexico's government has purchased the company's Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X™ (RSHO-X™) CBD hemp oil products from its subsidiary HempMeds Mexico® to treat 11 of its citizens suffering from varying indications including Refractory Epilepsy and Lennox Gastaut-Syndrome. This is the first time a government in Mexico has purchased CBD products for its citizens, according to a press release.The State of Mexico's Governor Eruviel Avila distributed HempMeds Mexico's flagship product RSHO-X™, a CBD hemp oil with zero THC, to the patients at the inauguration of a new clinic located in Ecatepec on August 17th."We want to congratulate the State of Mexico's government for this historic purchase of our RSHO CBD products to help improve the lives of its citizens," said Medical Marijuana, Inc. Dr. Stuart Titus. "We are a Company of firsts, including having the first...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/mexico-purchases-medical-marijuana-...
08/23/2017 - 12:49pm
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. MJNA, OTC:HEMP
State of Mexico Purchases Medical Marijuana, Inc.'s Cannabis Product for Its Citizens
(Brazil, Cannabis, CBD, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, MJNA, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, Products, Subsidiaries, United States, THC) Medical Marijuana, Inc. (MJNA), the first publicly traded cannabis company in the United States, today announced that the State of Mexico's government has purchased the company's Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X™ (RSHO-X™) CBD hemp oil products from its subsidiary HempMeds Mexico® to treat 11 of its citizens suffering from varying indications including Refractory Epilepsy and Lennox Gastaut-Syndrome. This is the first time a government in Mexico has purchased CBD products for its citizens, according to a press release.The State of Mexico's Governor Eruviel Avila distributed HempMeds Mexico's flagship product RSHO-X™, a CBD hemp oil with zero THC, to the patients at the inauguration of a new clinic located in Ecatepec on August 17th."We want to congratulate the State of Mexico's government for this historic purchase of our RSHO CBD products to help improve the lives of its citizens," said Medical Marijuana, Inc. Dr. Stuart Titus. "We are a Company of firsts, including having the first...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/mexico-purchases-medical-marijuana-...
08/17/2017 - 5:46pm
Paraguay's booming marijuana export traffic attracting gangs and violence
(Cannabis, Paraguay) Paraguay produces 9 percent of the world's marijuana supply, and has begun to attract increasing attention and violence from major drug gangs.
http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/08/17/paraguay-marijuana-growing-violence/86323/
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/
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/
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/
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/
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/
02/15/2017 - 10:32am
Uruguay postpones sale of cannabis once again
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Growing, Paraguay, Staffing, Uruguay, Cultivation, Security) Pharmacies don’t want to deal with cannabis Cannabis buds should of course be dispensed under stringent conditions and at a set price of around one euro. The sales price is fixed so low with the hope of putting a stop to the black market. According to the government’s plans, the maximum quantity you are allowed to purchase as a registered user in accordance with legislation 19.172 is 40 grams per month. However, even at the beginning of 2017, Uruguay’s cannabis fans must once again exercise patience until they are allowed to purchase it legally. The administration of President Vázquez explained that the sale that was announced for January has now been postponed to an unspecified date later this year. The main reason for this is that so far, only around 50 pharmacies had said that they are willing to sell cannabis. If that doesn’t change soon, the country-wide dispensation system prescribed by law will be fundamentally called into question. However, Uruguay’s pharmacies don’t want to...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/uruguay-postpones-sale-cannabis/
02/15/2017 - 10:32am
Uruguay postpones sale of cannabis once again
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Growing, Paraguay, Staffing, Uruguay, Cultivation, Security) Pharmacies don’t want to deal with cannabis Cannabis buds should of course be dispensed under stringent conditions and at a set price of around one euro. The sales price is fixed so low with the hope of putting a stop to the black market. According to the government’s plans, the maximum quantity you are allowed to purchase as a registered user in accordance with legislation 19.172 is 40 grams per month. However, even at the beginning of 2017, Uruguay’s cannabis fans must once again exercise patience until they are allowed to purchase it legally. The administration of President Vázquez explained that the sale that was announced for January has now been postponed to an unspecified date later this year. The main reason for this is that so far, only around 50 pharmacies had said that they are willing to sell cannabis. If that doesn’t change soon, the country-wide dispensation system prescribed by law will be fundamentally called into question. However, Uruguay’s pharmacies don’t want to...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/uruguay-postpones-sale-cannabis/
02/15/2017 - 10:32am
Uruguay postpones sale of cannabis once again
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Growing, Paraguay, Staffing, Uruguay, Cultivation, Security) Pharmacies don’t want to deal with cannabis Cannabis buds should of course be dispensed under stringent conditions and at a set price of around one euro. The sales price is fixed so low with the hope of putting a stop to the black market. According to the government’s plans, the maximum quantity you are allowed to purchase as a registered user in accordance with legislation 19.172 is 40 grams per month. However, even at the beginning of 2017, Uruguay’s cannabis fans must once again exercise patience until they are allowed to purchase it legally. The administration of President Vázquez explained that the sale that was announced for January has now been postponed to an unspecified date later this year. The main reason for this is that so far, only around 50 pharmacies had said that they are willing to sell cannabis. If that doesn’t change soon, the country-wide dispensation system prescribed by law will be fundamentally called into question. However, Uruguay’s pharmacies don’t want to...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/uruguay-postpones-sale-cannabis/
02/15/2017 - 10:32am
Uruguay postpones sale of cannabis once again
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Growing, Paraguay, Staffing, Uruguay, Cultivation, Security) Pharmacies don’t want to deal with cannabis Cannabis buds should of course be dispensed under stringent conditions and at a set price of around one euro. The sales price is fixed so low with the hope of putting a stop to the black market. According to the government’s plans, the maximum quantity you are allowed to purchase as a registered user in accordance with legislation 19.172 is 40 grams per month. However, even at the beginning of 2017, Uruguay’s cannabis fans must once again exercise patience until they are allowed to purchase it legally. The administration of President Vázquez explained that the sale that was announced for January has now been postponed to an unspecified date later this year. The main reason for this is that so far, only around 50 pharmacies had said that they are willing to sell cannabis. If that doesn’t change soon, the country-wide dispensation system prescribed by law will be fundamentally called into question. However, Uruguay’s pharmacies don’t want to...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/uruguay-postpones-sale-cannabis/
02/15/2017 - 10:32am
Uruguay postpones sale of cannabis once again
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Growers, Growing, Paraguay, Staffing, Uruguay, Cultivation, Security) Pharmacies don’t want to deal with cannabis Cannabis buds should of course be dispensed under stringent conditions and at a set price of around one euro. The sales price is fixed so low with the hope of putting a stop to the black market. According to the government’s plans, the maximum quantity you are allowed to purchase as a registered user in accordance with legislation 19.172 is 40 grams per month. However, even at the beginning of 2017, Uruguay’s cannabis fans must once again exercise patience until they are allowed to purchase it legally. The administration of President Vázquez explained that the sale that was announced for January has now been postponed to an unspecified date later this year. The main reason for this is that so far, only around 50 pharmacies had said that they are willing to sell cannabis. If that doesn’t change soon, the country-wide dispensation system prescribed by law will be fundamentally called into question. However, Uruguay’s pharmacies don’t want to...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/uruguay-postpones-sale-cannabis/
12/24/2016 - 12:22am
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. OTC:HEMP
Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve - L.A. Weekly
(Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Chile, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, THC) L.A. Weekly Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve L.A. WeeklyHempMeds, a subsidiary of Medical Marijuana Inc., has formed the first cannabis-based export partnership to Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile with its export of Real Scientific Hemp Oil and its THC-free counterpart, Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X.
http://www.laweekly.com/news/mexico-begins-importing-medical-marijuana-as-views-...
12/24/2016 - 12:22am
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. OTC:HEMP
Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve - L.A. Weekly
(Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Chile, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, THC) L.A. Weekly Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve L.A. WeeklyHempMeds, a subsidiary of Medical Marijuana Inc., has formed the first cannabis-based export partnership to Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile with its export of Real Scientific Hemp Oil and its THC-free counterpart, Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X.
http://www.laweekly.com/news/mexico-begins-importing-medical-marijuana-as-views-...
12/24/2016 - 12:22am
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. OTC:HEMP
Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve - L.A. Weekly
(Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Chile, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, THC) L.A. Weekly Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve L.A. WeeklyHempMeds, a subsidiary of Medical Marijuana Inc., has formed the first cannabis-based export partnership to Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile with its export of Real Scientific Hemp Oil and its THC-free counterpart, Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X.
http://www.laweekly.com/news/mexico-begins-importing-medical-marijuana-as-views-...
12/24/2016 - 12:22am
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. OTC:HEMP
Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve - L.A. Weekly
(Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Chile, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, THC) L.A. Weekly Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve L.A. WeeklyHempMeds, a subsidiary of Medical Marijuana Inc., has formed the first cannabis-based export partnership to Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile with its export of Real Scientific Hemp Oil and its THC-free counterpart, Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X.
http://www.laweekly.com/news/mexico-begins-importing-medical-marijuana-as-views-...
12/24/2016 - 12:22am
Medical Marijuana Inc, Hemp, Inc. OTC:HEMP
Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve - L.A. Weekly
(Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Chile, Hemp, Hemp, Inc., Medical Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc, Mexico, OTC:HEMP, Paraguay, THC) L.A. Weekly Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana As Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve L.A. WeeklyHempMeds, a subsidiary of Medical Marijuana Inc., has formed the first cannabis-based export partnership to Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile with its export of Real Scientific Hemp Oil and its THC-free counterpart, Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X.
http://www.laweekly.com/news/mexico-begins-importing-medical-marijuana-as-views-...
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/