Well, according to a recent study, published in the International Journal of Drug Policy, there is a growing trend towards sales on social medias.
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.
Nielsen is a global data analytics company and Headset is providing analysis and data pertaining to the cannabis industry. These companies are now teaming up in order to investigate the North American market.
British researchers are going to test if cannabis can be used to treat people with dementia and Alzheimer symptoms. This is the first trial of its kind in UK.
In Switzerland the government has plans for a pilot project where 5 000 persons may smoke cannabis in a study. The only type of cannabis that is currently legal in the country is hemp with a THC potency of under 1%.
There is no question about it- munchies are a reality! In those states where they allow recreational cannabis the sales of cookies, ice-cream and chips have gone up.
After ten years of research, planning and fighting bureaucratic red tape, a study about the effect of cannabis on PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) has been finished in Scottsdale Research Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Israeli cannabis producer Tikun Olam has succeeded to come up with a new strain that looks very promising for children with autism.
Tuukka Tammi is a Finnish top researcher when it comes to the drug topic. He has been interviewed by Drugreporter and says that the Finnish drug laws have to be reformed and relaxed.
A relatively new cannaibinoid called THCV has been discovered. What is this all about..? No munchies..?