The Mainstream Growth of the Cannabidiol Market

The Mainstream Growth of the Cannabidiol Market News provided by Dec 23, 2016, 09:00 NEW YORK , December 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The legal cannabis market is expanding at a rapid pace. This year five states voted to legalize cannabis for recreational use. In four of these states the proposition passed. Currently 15 states only allow Cannabidiol and alongside that, there are 28 states and District of Columbia that have legalized all forms of medical marijuana.

Legal Haze Clouds Cannabis For Pets

Legal Haze Clouds Cannabis For Pets December 23, 2016 12:39 PM Tom Banse Dogs don't need marijuana to act a little high. Share See comments OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON — Largely overlooked in the aftermath of the November elections was the fact that more than half of U.S. states have now legalized medical marijuana. Another eight also allow the use of recreational marijuana. But if pot is okay for people, does it follow that it's also good for our pets?

High hopes among businesses awaiting recreational pot law

TORONTO -- It's Sunday afternoon and Toronto's Centre for Social Innovation is packed full of marijuana enthusiasts perusing tables of goods. Everything from marijuana-infused barbecue sauce to medicated body rubs is available at Green Market, where artisans peddle their various craft cannabis products. Such events, which sell to patients and casual users alike, operate within a foggy regulatory environment.

3 Beginner Grow Tips of the Week | Dec. 20, 2016

Tuesday’s tips for beginner growers are brought to you by HIGH TIMES Cultivation Editor Nico Escondido.

1. A cannabis plant needs six primary resources to grow well: water, light, medium, nutrients, oxygen, and C02. While these elements are all important, light is the most essential as photosynthesis absolutely cannot occur without it. Choose your lamp or outdoor patch wisely.

Ask Dr. Mitch: Weeding Truth

Dr. Mitch Earleywine, the author of Understanding Marijuana and The Parents’ Guide to Marijuana, dishes on opiate addiction, seizures, cannabidivarin and booze.

Can we use marijuana to solve this country’s opiate-addiction epidemic? —Poppy

Hi Poppy, Many former opiate addicts have used the plant to help them stay off hard drugs. We don’t yet have data from randomized clinical trials where some folks get the plant and others don’t, but what’s an opiate addict got to lose in the meantime?

Ask Dr. Mitch: Weeding Truth

Dr. Mitch Earleywine, the author of Understanding Marijuana and The Parents’ Guide to Marijuana, dishes on opiate addiction, seizures, cannabidivarin and booze.

Can we use marijuana to solve this country’s opiate-addiction epidemic? —Poppy

Hi Poppy, Many former opiate addicts have used the plant to help them stay off hard drugs. We don’t yet have data from randomized clinical trials where some folks get the plant and others don’t, but what’s an opiate addict got to lose in the meantime?

U.S. Outlook About to Get Bumpy; State Initiatives Have Tax Implications

The election that put Donald Trump in the White House in 2017 was a shock to the vast majority of pollsters who were predicting a win for Hillary Clinton. The outcome also is a shock to the staff at Beacon Economics whose economic outlook over the last year has implicitly been based on the (incorrectly) predicted outcome of a Clinton win.

Cannabis is one of five essential plants in the Vedas: Dr Uma Dhanabalan - The Economic Times

Her visiting card has an imprint of the familiar five-bladed leaf of the cannabis plant on both sides, leaving no room for doubt about the cause she espouses. Dr Uma Dhanabalan is trained in family medicine, with a Masters in public health from Harvard University, but over the past four years, she has been on a mission to educate people about the therapeutic benefits of cannabis (marijuana).In her home state Massachusetts, she does medical marijuana authorisations and is involved in efforts to reform US government policy on marijuana. Stopping over in Bengaluru after attending an ayurveda conference in Kolkata ...

The Number of Marijuana Jobs Could Triple in the Years to Come

Look around and you'll struggle to find an industry that's more blazing hot than marijuana. Back in 1995, not a single state had a law on its books legalizing medical cannabis or recreational pot. Today, there are 28 states with legal medical cannabis laws and eight recreational weed states - job growth will be a big winner.

The Number of Marijuana Jobs Could Triple in the Years to Come $MRPHF $MDM $BLO $BLOZF

Look around and you’ll struggle to find an industry that’s more blazing hot than marijuana. Back in 1995, not a single state had a law on its books legalizing medical cannabis or recreational pot. Today, following the November elections in which residents in eight out of nine states voted in favor of their state’s marijuana initiative or amendment, there are 28 states with legal medical cannabis laws and eight recreational weed states.

Israel, a Medical Marijuana Pioneer, Is Eager to Capitalize - The New York Times

The Volcani Center, the Ministry of Agriculture’s research organization, is building a national institute for medical marijuana research. The chief scientist’s office of the Ministry of Economy has infused millions of shekels into innovative marijuana companies, much as government investment helped fuel the Israeli tech boom in the 1990s. The government is also setting standards for the cultivation, storage and use of medical marijuana.

This Man Figured out How to Train Bees to Make Honey from Cannabis

(CCN) Many are calling him a genius. He is an artisan, locksmith and above all else, he explains, a beekeeper. He has accumulated over 4,300 Facebook followers, and 700 on Instagram, after the 39-year-old Frenchman — who describes himself as an advocate of medical cannabis and of complete cannabis legalization — trained bees to make honey from cannabis.