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    Medical Marijuana Investors: Look To Western Europe

    Investors in medical marijuana who are focusing on the North American continent, including Mexico, could be missing out on a lucrative opportunity on the other side of the Atlantic: Western Europe. It’s only natural that many investors wouldn’t think too much about that section of the world. After all, Amsterdam is well-known for its permissiveness, […]

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    Cannabis Tax Revenue Has Reached Half A Billion Dollars In Colorado

    cannabis taxes are a huge help to Colorado

    A Denver-based consulting firm known as VS Strategies released a report that the tax revenue contributions of cannabis legalization in Colorado have reached the half-a-billion-dollars milestone. This not only includes the tax funds generated by sales tax on cannabis and infused products within the state, but also fees that have been paid by companies in […]

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    Cannabinoids: Helping To Heal The Brain

    cannabinoids can help heal an injured brain

    Traumatic brain injury (or TBI) is a term used to describe injuries that a person has sustained via blows to the head. These injuries can cause significant damage to the cranium and-worse-to the brain itself, which can leave a survivor stricken with lifelong disabilities. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has issued research that […]

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    Cannabis And Your Appetite: How THC Combats Nausea, Vomiting

    cannabis helps fight nausea and stimulate appetite

    Those who experience nausea, vomiting or loss of appetite sometimes turn to cannabis to help them push through the symptoms of their ailment. The reason why can be stated simply enough: Because it works. The endocannabinoid system that exists within the human body has a significant role to play in this, and it can be […]

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    Office Of Cannabis Will Help San Francisco Navigate Legalization

    Office of Cannabis to be established in San Francisco

    On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors decided to create an Office of Cannabis within the city’s government after a unanimous vote. This decision has come about after voters in the state of California voted in recreational cannabis last November, and before the recreational cannabis market goes live in January. The purpose of the […]

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    Eclipse Ceremony on Aug. 21st Centers Around Cannabis–at a D.C. Basilica

    The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC is going to be host to a unique group of cannabis-burning individuals on August 21st, a total solar eclipse day. There is a group of people that believe in an ancient, but very little-known connection between Christianity and cannabis, and some of […]

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    Faced With Potential Expenses, Toronto’s Mayor Proposing Marijuana Tax

    As Toronto’s mayor John Tory considers the impact of marijuana legalization, he says the city will be inevitably faced with new expenses as a result of legalization. He’s therefore calling on the provincial government to assist. He is proposing that a tax levy be placed on cannabis in order to meet whatever new or extra […]

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    Here’s Why Taking Your Cannabis Out To Sea Is A Bad Idea

    cannabis should stay on shore if you're going boating this summer

    If you live in one of the six coastal states that have legalized recreational cannabis- Washington, Oregon, California Alaska, Maine and Massachusetts-you may have wondered if it’s legal to take your weed out onto sea when you venture offshore for some summer fun. The short answer is that, no, it isn’t. Even though these states […]

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    Citing Unfair Persecution, Church Of Cannabis May Sue The Denver PD

    church of cannabis might sue the Denver PD

    Have you heard of the International Church of Cannabis? Certainly any kind of outfit with a name and purpose like theirs is bound to draw all kinds of media attention-and it certainly has since its creation. Now, the Denver-based church is again making headlines, this time because of citations given by local authorities to three […]

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    Pot Supply In Nevada Is Safe For Now. But What About In The Future?


    Since adult-use cannabis became legal in Nevada on July 1st, there were worries about whether or not the alcohol wholesalers charged with the responsibility of distributing cannabis could live up to the challenge. Shortly after sales began-with a tremendous boom as hundreds lined up outside of dispensaries at midnight on July 1st-two words emerged that […]