The Hanfparade is a German event in order to legalize cannabis. It’s a march which goes right through the center of Berlin every August since 1997. The legalization of cannabis as a resource, medicine and recreational drug is what this event is pushing for. 2019 will be the 23:rd year of the Hanfparade.
Outdoor weed farmers in the US are concerned about the prospect that their efforts to grow high THC-level cannabis will be destroyed by hemp.
The hemp industry wants to boost the allowed level of THC. That would make it possible for quite a few strains of hemp to qualify and thus give greater variety. Change could happen in 2021, if everything goes well.
In China the situation for CBD certainly seems to be different from the western world. There they’ve got 1,4 billions people who are getting access to CBD-oil and similar medication!
The jeans pioneer Levi’s is returning to hemp. Well, at least the new pants contain 30% hemp. The rest is still cotton. They also use less water in the manufacturing process.
According to Spanish newspaper El Pais, Turkey is going to make cannabis an important cornerstone in the country’s economical planning.
In the gritty and very cool Nau Bostik an old factory turned culture center there is a cannabis event this Saturday. There is whole lot’a culture, art, activism and of course bass. 12:00/23:00 Entrance: 7€
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.
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.