People who smoke cannabis heavily in their youth end up worse off than their parents both economically and socially, a new study finds. The study doesn't prove cause and effect, but it does suggest that people who do use marijuana on most days end up ... [...]
... identify the states that are the most "cannabis curious," meaning they either have very limited medical marijuana laws or are illegal states, yet they can't help but sneak peeks at Leafly to look up strains and dispensaries or read the latest ... [...]
Investing in cannabis stocks remains perilous, as I will discuss in a presentation at MoneyShow's Cannabis Investing Virtual Event on March 29th. With that said, there are a few companies that are making progress. The recent doubling in price of GW ... [...]
Hundreds of Iowans gathered on the Capitol steps Tuesday to tell state lawmakers that it's time to approve a comprehensive, safe medical cannabis program. The crowd of nearly 200 at the Rally for Compassionate Cannabis included patients, caregivers, ... [...]
French beekeeper and cannabis enthusiast is working with bees to create delicious “cannahoney”, otherwise known as cannabis honey.
Nicolas, also known as Nicolas TrainerBees, has trained his bees to collect sugar from fruit instead of flowers, and resin from cannabis plants. They use this resin to produce cannabis honey that has many healthy beneficial qualities.
Nicolas came up with the idea back in 2006 and he has spent time observing and working with his bees to create the honey of his dreams. In 2013, he managed to get results from his training. The bees use the resin as propolis and through this, they create honey that has the same effects as cannabis. The ‘cannahoney’ has a delicious taste and a floral aroma. Depending on the variety of cannabis resin used by the bees, the honey can be light green, white, or yellow. This honey has the potential to transform how people use cannabis both medically and recreationally.
There were skeptics who worried that the bees’ consumption of cannabis resin would harm them. Nicolas waited two years until the project could rule out this possibility. He was then able to demonstrate that the plants have no negative impact on the insects at all. The bees are in no way affected by the cannabinoids that they use to create the honey because the bees do not have an endocannabinoid system.
Nicolas now has 30 beehives and he uses many of them for his cannabis honey project. Due to strict marijuana laws within the United States, he is forced to grow his plants far from his home and has to transport them close to the hives during necessary periods so that the bees can take advantage of their new “pollen” and create the honey.
Nicolas has [...]
MURFREESBORO — A Murfreesboro man may be facing drug charges after police confiscated a can of "canna punch" fruit drink Monday afternoon, according to the police report provided to The Daily News Journal. Detective Christopher Phillips reported he ... [...]
Simultaneous search warrants were carried out on homes in King Edward Street, Kalumburu as part of an ongoing investigation. During the raids, police allege they found approximately 187g of cannabis, $745 cash, three smoking implements, two rifles, ... [...]
(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon is one of four states (five, if the District of Columbia is correctly added), where adult-use cannabis is legal. Right now, there are 23 states with legal medical marijuana/cannabis. After this November's election, there may well ... [...]
Supreme Pharma (CSE: SL) (OTCMKTS: SPRWF) received its license from Health Canada to begin cultivating cannabis on March 11th. Based in Kincardine, Ontario, the company owns a large hybrid greenhouse facility, Advanced Medical Marihuana ... [...]
“The Vermont media's done a fantastic job of covering statehouse developments and cannabis news,” said Monica Donovan, managing partner and publisher. Editor-in-Chief Eli Harrington added, “We sensed a need for deeper coverage that can evolve with ... [...]
A man was convicted and fined in Darwin Magistrates Court after admitting to driving under the influence of cannabis. PICTURE: AP. AN honest young man was driving his new $30,000 car when he admitted to police he'd jumped behind the wheel after ... [...]