Cannabidiol or CBD is currently being used in many various products, for example in order to bring pain relief. Now a startup company named Daye is introducing tampons with CBD for that very purpose. Daye has discreetly managed to rise 5,5 M USD and is backed by former Spotify Marketing Director Sophia Bendz among others.
The Netherlands has with its tolerant politics around cannabis long played a historic role in the cannabis world as some sort of pioneers. Now the government wants to clear the so called back door problem.
The breweries in US have long thought cannabis to be the worst threat against their profits. They have even invested large sums of money in it to secure themselves. Now it turns out that cannabis most likely isn’t the bad guy in this scenario, but social media is.
Last year the Swedish medicinal company Enorama Pharma got permission from the Swedish Medical Products Agency to import and handle cannabis. They are now developing their medical cannabis chewing gum for the rapidly expanding global market.
Generally speaking women seem to be more health aware and interested in wellness than men, according to a report from cannabis data analytic company Headset.
In the beginning of 2019 California created a regulation that made it possible for people to get cannabis delivered to their homes, whether they live in an area that has banned cannabis shops or not.
On April 1 Israel decriminalized adult use of cannabis. Now it’s no longer against the law to grow at home. If people without valid medical documentation are carrying cannabis and get caught, they will have to pay fines.
It takes too long to fix the necessary licenses needed to grow legal weed in California. There is a lack of cannabis pending.
The native American tribes were not included in Proposition 64, which apperantly disturb them. As of now- they have to sell cannabis inside their reservations.
New Jersey could become the first state to pass a recreational cannabis bill entirely through the legislative branch, without any poll.