According to a recent study from Israel there are indications that cannabis could be used to heal broken bones.
Ten years after Michigan legalized medical cannabis the medical patients and growers will get massive cost reductions. This is because the state is getting way more money than their actual costs during the present system.
THC-infused so called breath strips are currently introduced in California. This is one of the latest additions in the ever expansive cannabis market. They can give you a discreet high.
In Israel medical cannabis has been legal for a decade, so there has been a lot of scientific testing preformed on it. Now an Israeli company named Tikun Olam is exporting their products to the US.
A British cafe is now serving croissants with CBD oil, but oddly enough just on Fridays and Saturdays. They contain 5mg of CBD but the price is rather high- £7.
Now when the market is flooded with all sorts of cannabis products, it was only a matter of time before commercial interests would target the sex aspects pertaining to the plant.
William Barr, the nominee for next AG (attorney general) in the US, put his pledge not to interfere with states that have legalized cannabis in print.
Ever since the Constitutional Court in South Africa decided that “dagga” (cannabis) was permitted for private consumption in September 2018 the sale of cannabis infused products have soared in the country.
Cannabis does contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). THC activates a hormone namned ghrelin, which gives rise to hunger, which in turn give you the munchies.
Legalization brings many new cool products to the market. One example is the new soft drink from Sprig containing CBD. A cannabinoid derived from the hemp plant.