A scientific study has discovered that there is a chance that cannabis compounds could prove useful in the fight against Covid-19.
Whilst recreational use of cannabis has been legal for some time in several US states, Uruguay and Canada, Malta looks set to become the first country in the European Union to make the move.
Hemp prices remain depressed causing hemp farmers to decide against planting crops for 2022.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services plan to regulate hemp production.
Malta will this week become the first European country to legalise the cultivation and possession of cannabis for personal use
Gov. Andy Beshear (D) talked about how legalizing medical marijuana is a priority for him in the coming legislative session during an interview with 44 News that aired on Wednesday. He also expressed openness to broader legislation that would allow adults 21 and older to grow and possess cannabis without having a medical reason for it.
Ask anyone what they know about hemp and you can almost guarantee they’ll mention cannabis. While they wouldn’t be entirely wrong (hemp is of the same species), it doesn’t provide the psychoactive sensation we associate with marijuana.
While employers in the US transport industry are acutely aware of the effects COVID-19 has imposed over the last 18 months, another phenomenon has been making itself known: the ever-increasing tally of states and localities across the country legalising cannabis for medicinal and recreational purposes.
The supplier of CBD and hemp products said it had made £86,400 of total sales during its Drop Day sale on May 20, ahead of its forecasts for the event
It’s funny to think back on the “reefer madness” era in the United States in the 1930s, a time when political leaders demonized cannabis and planted the seeds for the War on Drugs.