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01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
01/03/2019 - 4:17am
The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019
(Arizona, Canada, France, Georgia, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Medical Marijuana, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay) Several countries have taken major steps forward by legalizing some form of marijuana in 2018. Canada and Uruguay set the pace. South Africa and Georgia loosened punishments for personal marijuana use. Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United Kingdom all legalized medical marijuana this year, Newsweek reports. The international exportation and importation of marijuana is a hot topic of discussion as well. To some countries the revenue that legal marijuana could bring is very attractive. These countries are the most likely to legalize marijuana in 2019: France Lebanon Luxembourg Mexico Italy Other countries may surprise the world and legalize some form of marijuana, even if it is just for the additional source of revenue. The post The Countries Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2019 appeared first on Arizona Marijuana | Info .
https://azmarijuana.com/marijuana-news/the-countries-most-likely-to-legalize-mar...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
11/01/2018 - 10:09am
ASIAN NATIONS EYE THE CANNABIS POT OF GOLD
(Banking, Canada, Cannabis, China, Distribution, Hemp, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Manufacturing, Medical Marijuana, Philippines, Production, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Scientific Research, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uruguay, Industrial Hemp, Patents, Cultivation) After almost a century of prohibition, Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to fully legalize the use of cannabis. Accounting firm Deloitte estimates legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn from medical sales. The global legal medical cannabis market alone could be worth more than $50bn by 2025. The dizzying numbers surrounding Canada’s ‘green rush’ has triggered interest across Asia as hardliners soften their attitudes towards cannabis use, incentivized by the potential economic impact of legalizing the weed in their countries. Here is some of what’s happening in Asia; SRI LANKA Sri Lanka will begin cultivating cannabis for medical purposes later this year. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said he plans for cultivation to take place across 100 acres of designated cannabis plantation land in the north-central Anuradhapura and...
https://www.marijuanastocksreport.com/asian-nations-eye-the-cannabis-pot-of-gold...
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/the-globalization-of-cannabis/
08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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08/08/2018 - 7:30am
The Globalization of Cannabis
(Afghanistan, Australia, California, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, China, Colombia, Development, France, Greece, Growers, Hemp, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Legalization, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oils, Oregon, Production, Products, Recreational, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, Zambia, Zimbabwe, THC, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Pharmaceuticals, Cultivation, Retail Sales) Cannabis as a Universal Resource Cannabis , a crop humans have collectively grown over unknown millennia (at least ten thousand, according to some estimates ), and have collectively assisted in selecting, improving and spreading throughout the planet, is by its very nature a collective resource. Efforts to restrict its trade, ostensibly borne of concern for public health, often turn out upon closer inspection to be economic manipulations to ensure certain parties are enriched at the expense of others. The current situation in the UK is an example – the nation is now the world’s largest producer and exporter of medicinal cannabis , while the general public suffers under extreme restrictions on access to medicinal cannabis. Victoria Atkins (© Chris McAndrew) The managing director of the country’s largest cultivation operation, British Sugar, is Paul Kenward – his wife Victoria Atkins (“Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism”) has...
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01/21/2018 - 5:52am
Police staking out 'cannabis farm' drop gun while being charged at by elephants
(Cannabis, Growers, Sri Lanka) Police officers were charged by elephants while staking out a suspected cannabis farm, dropping an automatic rifle amid the chaos. The policemen had been camping outside a plantation in Sri Lanka in the hope of catching the alleged marijuana growers. But the officers were forced to run for their lives ...
https://news.sky.com/story/police-staking-out-cannabis-farm-drop-gun-while-being...
03/05/2014 - 8:45am
SPLI
[03.05.2014] Green "POT" Rush - Press Releases
(Cannabis, Medical Marijuana, SPLI, Sri Lanka, Vaporizers) $VPER - Apollo Metro and Viper Networks Receive Product Approval and Forward Term Sheet to Fund LED Lighting Solutions for Sri Lankan... $TTDZ - Green Cures Inc. Announces the Acquisition of FutureMarijuana.com and Its Network Portfolio $PHOT - BrokerBank Securities, Inc.: Study Finds That Medical Marijuana May Help HIV and AIDS Patients and Prevent Transmission $ENRT - Lexaria Enters Joint Venture With Enertopia Corp. in Medical Marihuana Industry $SPLI - Vapor Group, Inc., SPLI, Enters Into Letter of Intent to Acquire Majority Ownership in Online Reseller of E-Cigarette Product... submitted by WhyWeTrance [link] [3 comments]
http://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/1zmhte/03052014_green_pot_rush_press...
12/18/2013 - 2:08pm
420RADIO News for Tuesday, December 17, 2013
(Cannabis, Medical Marijuana, News, Sri Lanka) 420RADIO News for Tuesday, December 17, 2013 Rep. Jones takes up case to legalize medical marijuana in some instances State facing backlog in marijuana employee licensing Bill On Marijuana To Parliament in Sri Lanka Brian Murray, Medical Marijuana Clinic Doctor, Accused Of Illegally Taking Fee