Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Fifty-Seven
Happy Thanksgiving! To get you back on track after festivities with your friends and family, we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web. Don’t forget to grab your favorite cannabis product. Enjoy your read!
With its low-THC and high-CBD products already on sale in Switzerland and France – and soon the UK – Swiss business CBD420 are keen to see more precise regulation around the supply of cannabis
Rade Kovacevic is a cannabis connoisseur. As the head of a customer experience at Canopy Growth Corporation, a cannabis producer in Ontario, Canada, his job is to make sure his firm provides the highest quality marijuana.
Researchers examined drug tests from drivers involved in more than 3,600 auto crashes and found that alcohol led to ten times more significant probability to cause a fatal accident than cannabis.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is an anxiety condition caused by a traumatic experience like military combat. In many states with medical marijuana, PTSD is one of the qualifying conditions. Here’s everything you need to know about PTSD and cannabis.
Holidays are here, and American families all around the world rejoice in festivities. A unique part of any Thanksgiving celebration is a dinner which can be cooked in many different ways. If you are looking for something unforgettable, we suggest trying these cannabis-infused recipes to make your Thanksgiving party special.
Recreational use of marijuana was legalized in Colorado and Washington in 2012. Alaska and Oregon made it legal in 2015, with more US states – especially those where it is already allowed for medical reasons – expected to follow. And where legalization leads, opportunities to make a lot of money follow.
While we should be grateful every day, on Thanksgiving, we tend to consider just how many things we have to be thankful for. The cannabis industry that is now flourishing in the U.S. certainly has a lot to be grateful for – after all, just five years ago recreational sales did not exist, and a lot fewer states had access to medical marijuana.
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See you next Sunday!
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