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12/19/2018 - 3:00am
Romania's Hemp Industry: Back From The Dead - Green Market Report
(Hemp, Investment, Romania) Romania's Hemp Industry: Back From The Dead Green Market ReportTransylvania is most famously known as the residence of Dracula, but a major infrastructure project funded by a Las Vegas investment vehicle could give the ...
https://www.greenmarketreport.com/romanias-hemp-industry-back-from-the-dead/
03/27/2017 - 7:33am
Why you should use European HEMP FIBRES for your automotive applications
(Development, Feedstock, Food, France, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Romania, Industrial Hemp, Soil, Cultivation) Press Release In 2016, the cultivation area of industrial hemp in Europe covered more than 33,000 ha, three times as much as in 2011. Hemp areas grow along with the demand for fibres and seeds. Hemp fibres are among the strongest and most sustainable natural fibres in the world. They are mainly used in biocomposites for the automotive industry, as insulation material and for light-weight paper. Almost all European automobile companies already use hemp fibres to reinforce interior automotive parts. Leading hemp processors from the Netherlands, France and Romania present twelve reasons why you should consider using European hemp fibres for automotive applications. The main reasons are: Secure supply One of the most important reasons is secure supply. The possession of farmland guarantees a long-term secure supply for automotive customers. HempFlax owns the hemp cultivation areas in the Netherlands and Romania, Cavac and Plane?te Chanvre are cooperatives in France owned by modern and...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/use-european-hemp-fibres-automotive-applications/
03/27/2017 - 7:33am
Why you should use European HEMP FIBRES for your automotive applications
(Development, Feedstock, Food, France, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Romania, Industrial Hemp, Soil, Cultivation) Press Release In 2016, the cultivation area of industrial hemp in Europe covered more than 33,000 ha, three times as much as in 2011. Hemp areas grow along with the demand for fibres and seeds. Hemp fibres are among the strongest and most sustainable natural fibres in the world. They are mainly used in biocomposites for the automotive industry, as insulation material and for light-weight paper. Almost all European automobile companies already use hemp fibres to reinforce interior automotive parts. Leading hemp processors from the Netherlands, France and Romania present twelve reasons why you should consider using European hemp fibres for automotive applications. The main reasons are: Secure supply One of the most important reasons is secure supply. The possession of farmland guarantees a long-term secure supply for automotive customers. HempFlax owns the hemp cultivation areas in the Netherlands and Romania, Cavac and Plane?te Chanvre are cooperatives in France owned by modern and...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/use-european-hemp-fibres-automotive-applications/
03/27/2017 - 7:33am
Why you should use European HEMP FIBRES for your automotive applications
(Development, Feedstock, Food, France, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Romania, Industrial Hemp, Soil, Cultivation) Press Release In 2016, the cultivation area of industrial hemp in Europe covered more than 33,000 ha, three times as much as in 2011. Hemp areas grow along with the demand for fibres and seeds. Hemp fibres are among the strongest and most sustainable natural fibres in the world. They are mainly used in biocomposites for the automotive industry, as insulation material and for light-weight paper. Almost all European automobile companies already use hemp fibres to reinforce interior automotive parts. Leading hemp processors from the Netherlands, France and Romania present twelve reasons why you should consider using European hemp fibres for automotive applications. The main reasons are: Secure supply One of the most important reasons is secure supply. The possession of farmland guarantees a long-term secure supply for automotive customers. HempFlax owns the hemp cultivation areas in the Netherlands and Romania, Cavac and Plane?te Chanvre are cooperatives in France owned by modern and...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/use-european-hemp-fibres-automotive-applications/
03/27/2017 - 7:33am
Why you should use European HEMP FIBRES for your automotive applications
(Development, Feedstock, Food, France, Germany, Hemp, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Romania, Industrial Hemp, Soil, Cultivation) Press Release In 2016, the cultivation area of industrial hemp in Europe covered more than 33,000 ha, three times as much as in 2011. Hemp areas grow along with the demand for fibres and seeds. Hemp fibres are among the strongest and most sustainable natural fibres in the world. They are mainly used in biocomposites for the automotive industry, as insulation material and for light-weight paper. Almost all European automobile companies already use hemp fibres to reinforce interior automotive parts. Leading hemp processors from the Netherlands, France and Romania present twelve reasons why you should consider using European hemp fibres for automotive applications. The main reasons are: Secure supply One of the most important reasons is secure supply. The possession of farmland guarantees a long-term secure supply for automotive customers. HempFlax owns the hemp cultivation areas in the Netherlands and Romania, Cavac and Plane?te Chanvre are cooperatives in France owned by modern and...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/use-european-hemp-fibres-automotive-applications/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
09/30/2016 - 10:00am
GW Pharmaceuticals plc, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. NYSE:BIO, GWPH
CBD products according to Sensi Seeds
(Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., Cannabis, CBD, Development, Extraction, Food, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Media, Monitoring, Netherlands, NYSE:BIO, Oils, Organic, Packaging, Processing, Production, Products, Quality Control, Romania, Seed Oil, Strains, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation) Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a natural ingredient in cannabis. The fame of this substance is currently on the rise and that is mainly due to the medicinal properties of CBD and its positive impact on health. In high concentrations, CBD may have a therapeutic effect on numerous diseases. In lower concentrations, CBD may have a beneficial effect on general immunity. We consciously use the word ‘may’ here, because EU law prohibits providers of CBD products from making medical claims. This article focuses on Sensi Seeds’ CBD products that can make a contribution to general immunity. What is CBD? Cannabidiol is a natural cannabinoid (phytocannabinoid) that occurs in almost all forms of Cannabis Sativa L . Over 80 phytocannabinoids have been identified in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD), in addition to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabinol (CBN), is the best known. CBD was identified in the 1940s, but its effects have only been thoroughly examined in recent years. These studies and the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-products-according-sensi-seeds/
09/30/2016 - 10:00am
GW Pharmaceuticals plc, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. NYSE:BIO, GWPH
CBD products according to Sensi Seeds
(Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., Cannabis, CBD, Development, Extraction, Food, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Media, Monitoring, Netherlands, NYSE:BIO, Oils, Organic, Packaging, Processing, Production, Products, Quality Control, Romania, Seed Oil, Strains, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation) Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a natural ingredient in cannabis. The fame of this substance is currently on the rise and that is mainly due to the medicinal properties of CBD and its positive impact on health. In high concentrations, CBD may have a therapeutic effect on numerous diseases. In lower concentrations, CBD may have a beneficial effect on general immunity. We consciously use the word ‘may’ here, because EU law prohibits providers of CBD products from making medical claims. This article focuses on Sensi Seeds’ CBD products that can make a contribution to general immunity. What is CBD? Cannabidiol is a natural cannabinoid (phytocannabinoid) that occurs in almost all forms of Cannabis Sativa L . Over 80 phytocannabinoids have been identified in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD), in addition to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabinol (CBN), is the best known. CBD was identified in the 1940s, but its effects have only been thoroughly examined in recent years. These studies and the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-products-according-sensi-seeds/
09/30/2016 - 10:00am
GW Pharmaceuticals plc, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. NYSE:BIO, GWPH
CBD products according to Sensi Seeds
(Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., Cannabis, CBD, Development, Extraction, Food, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Media, Monitoring, Netherlands, NYSE:BIO, Oils, Organic, Packaging, Processing, Production, Products, Quality Control, Romania, Seed Oil, Strains, Industrial Hemp, THC, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation) Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a natural ingredient in cannabis. The fame of this substance is currently on the rise and that is mainly due to the medicinal properties of CBD and its positive impact on health. In high concentrations, CBD may have a therapeutic effect on numerous diseases. In lower concentrations, CBD may have a beneficial effect on general immunity. We consciously use the word ‘may’ here, because EU law prohibits providers of CBD products from making medical claims. This article focuses on Sensi Seeds’ CBD products that can make a contribution to general immunity. What is CBD? Cannabidiol is a natural cannabinoid (phytocannabinoid) that occurs in almost all forms of Cannabis Sativa L . Over 80 phytocannabinoids have been identified in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD), in addition to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabinol (CBN), is the best known. CBD was identified in the 1940s, but its effects have only been thoroughly examined in recent years. These studies and the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cbd-products-according-sensi-seeds/
07/28/2016 - 9:50am
Minerco Resources, Inc. MINE
An Interview With Dan Herer
(Banking, Cannabis, CBD, Clothing, Development, Education, Exploring, Hemp, MINE, Minerco Resources, Inc., Organic, Products, Romania, Strains, THC) The video above this article shows the exclusive interview that Dan Herer gave to Sensi Seeds in Amsterdam in July 2016. It was filmed in Hempstory, adjacent to the Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum, and conducted by Scarlet Palmer. We hope you enjoy it, be sure to give us your feedback in the comments section! Scarlet: Hello Dan, thank you for coming and talking to us. Dan: That’s my pleasure. Dan Herer (centre) with the Sensi Seeds board, Che Dronkers and Ravi Spaarenberg S: Can you tell us a little about why you are in Amsterdam right now? What are you up to? D: I’m looking to expand my relationship with HempFlax and Sensi family. We’ve had some discussion back in the US [the Sensi Seeds CEOs recently visited the US – Ed.] and I’ve been trying to engage them for a little while; and this is the opportunity that came up. I made a very impromptu trip here and showed up on the door with just a few hours’ notice. S: Do you have a book, or a film, or a project on the go that you wanted to...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/interview-dan-herer/
06/09/2016 - 10:23am
EIHA – The World's Greatest Conference ever about Industrial Hemp
(CBD, Food, Growing, Hemp, Hemp Food, Hemp Products, Investment, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Research, Romania, Slovakia, Industrial Hemp, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation) Mark Reinders from the Dutch company HempFlax B.V. was elected as new president of the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA). HempFlax CEO and EIHA President, Mark ReindersThe cultivation areas of industrial hemp in Europe, investment in new processing lines and the demand for hemp products is continuously growing in Europe and worldwide. From the year 2011 to 2015 the cultivation area in the European Union more than tripled to 25,000 ha.Hemp fibre is used for light-weight paper, insulation materials and biocomposites for the automotive industry. Hemp shivs, the woody core of the hemp plant, is a high-quality animal bedding material. Shivs are also used together with lime for walls and bricks in construction.The strongest growth is in hemp food. The production of hemp seeds increased from 2010 to 2013 by 92% and the production of flowers and leaves by an amazing 3,000%. The flowers for CBD production gave hemp farmers a considerable extra profit. CBD is used in high...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/press-release-worlds-greatest-conference-ever-ind...
06/09/2016 - 10:23am
EIHA – The World's Greatest Conference ever about Industrial Hemp
(CBD, Food, Growing, Hemp, Hemp Food, Hemp Products, Investment, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Research, Romania, Slovakia, Industrial Hemp, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation) Mark Reinders from the Dutch company HempFlax B.V. was elected as new president of the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA). HempFlax CEO and EIHA President, Mark ReindersThe cultivation areas of industrial hemp in Europe, investment in new processing lines and the demand for hemp products is continuously growing in Europe and worldwide. From the year 2011 to 2015 the cultivation area in the European Union more than tripled to 25,000 ha.Hemp fibre is used for light-weight paper, insulation materials and biocomposites for the automotive industry. Hemp shivs, the woody core of the hemp plant, is a high-quality animal bedding material. Shivs are also used together with lime for walls and bricks in construction.The strongest growth is in hemp food. The production of hemp seeds increased from 2010 to 2013 by 92% and the production of flowers and leaves by an amazing 3,000%. The flowers for CBD production gave hemp farmers a considerable extra profit. CBD is used in high...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/press-release-worlds-greatest-conference-ever-ind...
06/09/2016 - 10:23am
EIHA – The World's Greatest Conference ever about Industrial Hemp
(CBD, Food, Growing, Hemp, Hemp Food, Hemp Products, Investment, Netherlands, Processing, Production, Products, Research, Romania, Slovakia, Industrial Hemp, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation) Mark Reinders from the Dutch company HempFlax B.V. was elected as new president of the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA). HempFlax CEO and EIHA President, Mark ReindersThe cultivation areas of industrial hemp in Europe, investment in new processing lines and the demand for hemp products is continuously growing in Europe and worldwide. From the year 2011 to 2015 the cultivation area in the European Union more than tripled to 25,000 ha.Hemp fibre is used for light-weight paper, insulation materials and biocomposites for the automotive industry. Hemp shivs, the woody core of the hemp plant, is a high-quality animal bedding material. Shivs are also used together with lime for walls and bricks in construction.The strongest growth is in hemp food. The production of hemp seeds increased from 2010 to 2013 by 92% and the production of flowers and leaves by an amazing 3,000%. The flowers for CBD production gave hemp farmers a considerable extra profit. CBD is used in high...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/press-release-worlds-greatest-conference-ever-ind...
05/12/2014 - 5:32pm
Russia: World's tallest ships leave for Sochi in parade of sails
(Bulgaria, http://gdata.youtube.com/schemas/2007#video, Romania, Russia, Travel) 20140512-036 W/S Novorossiysk Port W/S Ship sailing away W/S Ship leaving port W/S Ship leaving port M/S Ship sailing away M/S Ship sailing away W/S Ship leaving port M/S Ship leaving port W/S Ships in the distance W/S Ships in the distance SCRIPT Russia: World's tallest ships leave for Sochi in parade of sails The largest tall ships in the world left the port of Russia's Southern city of Novorossiysk on Monday and sailed away for Sochi. An impressive armada of reproduction sailed vessels, including four famous Russian examples - the Mir, Kruzenshtern, Sedov and the Nadezhda - as well as vessels from nine other countries, amused residents of Novorossiysk with a fascinating Parade of Sails. The vessels are expected to stay arrive in Sochi, former host city of 2014 Winter Olympic games, on May 14th and will stay in its harbour till May 18. Up to fifty ships, nine of them of Class A, are participating in SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta 2014, that kicked off on April 30th in Varna,...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ke7aTI558oM&feature=youtube_gdata
05/12/2014 - 5:32pm
Russia: World's tallest ships leave for Sochi in parade of sails
(Bulgaria, http://gdata.youtube.com/schemas/2007#video, Romania, Russia, Travel) 20140512-036 W/S Novorossiysk Port W/S Ship sailing away W/S Ship leaving port W/S Ship leaving port M/S Ship sailing away M/S Ship sailing away W/S Ship leaving port M/S Ship leaving port W/S Ships in the distance W/S Ships in the distance SCRIPT Russia: World's tallest ships leave for Sochi in parade of sails The largest tall ships in the world left the port of Russia's Southern city of Novorossiysk on Monday and sailed away for Sochi. An impressive armada of reproduction sailed vessels, including four famous Russian examples - the Mir, Kruzenshtern, Sedov and the Nadezhda - as well as vessels from nine other countries, amused residents of Novorossiysk with a fascinating Parade of Sails. The vessels are expected to stay arrive in Sochi, former host city of 2014 Winter Olympic games, on May 14th and will stay in its harbour till May 18. Up to fifty ships, nine of them of Class A, are participating in SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta 2014, that kicked off on April 30th in Varna,...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ke7aTI558oM&feature=youtube_gdata
05/12/2014 - 5:32pm
Russia: World's tallest ships leave for Sochi in parade of sails
(Bulgaria, http://gdata.youtube.com/schemas/2007#video, Romania, Russia, Travel) 20140512-036 W/S Novorossiysk Port W/S Ship sailing away W/S Ship leaving port W/S Ship leaving port M/S Ship sailing away M/S Ship sailing away W/S Ship leaving port M/S Ship leaving port W/S Ships in the distance W/S Ships in the distance SCRIPT Russia: World's tallest ships leave for Sochi in parade of sails The largest tall ships in the world left the port of Russia's Southern city of Novorossiysk on Monday and sailed away for Sochi. An impressive armada of reproduction sailed vessels, including four famous Russian examples - the Mir, Kruzenshtern, Sedov and the Nadezhda - as well as vessels from nine other countries, amused residents of Novorossiysk with a fascinating Parade of Sails. The vessels are expected to stay arrive in Sochi, former host city of 2014 Winter Olympic games, on May 14th and will stay in its harbour till May 18. Up to fifty ships, nine of them of Class A, are participating in SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta 2014, that kicked off on April 30th in Varna,...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ke7aTI558oM&feature=youtube_gdata
10/12/2013 - 12:12pm
The Stoner Report: Oct 11, 2013
(Cannabis, Medical Marijuana, News, Romania) The Stoner Report: Oct 11, 2013 POT TV - Join Cannabis Culture Associate Editor Marius Stoner for his weekly cannabis news wrap-up. This week: TSA may let you fly with medical marijuana while Romania legalizes it. From: Pot TV Views: 202 5 ratings Time: 28:06 More in News & Politics