California’s CBD and hemp industry is about to change big. Assembly Bill 45, which legalizes adding hemp extracts to food, drinks, and beauty products has been approved by the state legislature and now heads to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk for signing, who has intended to sign the bill into law.
The Senate approved an infrastructure bill that focuses primarily on roads, bridges, modernizing public transportation systems, and yes, cannabis research. The bill will allow medical researchers to purchase cannabis from dispensaries, rather than applying for samples from the DEA.
Microdosing with 2-3mg instead of the standard 10mg allows consumers to dial in their preferred experience. With a clearer head, this opens up a wider range of activities that you can do while on edibles and for many a more chill, enjoyable experience.
While cannabis legalization continues to steamroll its way through the U.S., Guam has had access to legal medical cannabis since 2013 and adult-use cannabis since 2019. So now that we know that cannabis is legal there, how is the cannabis industry unfolding in the territory? Let’s have a look.
Although there is a lack of evidence that cannabis can treat Alzheimer’s, there is some evidence for potential benefits of medical cannabis to improve the mood, sleep and behavior of patients suffering from the disease. Let's explore this evidence!
With help from Eric Nagler, Sample Testing Manager at The Spott, a cannabis testing facility in Michigan, we'll take a look at what categories are tested to make a cannabis product safe to sell and consume, what those categories include, and why testing is so imperative in the seed-to-sale process.
Drying and curing are often mentioned in the same breath, and sometimes sound as if they are one collective step. It’s true that both remove moisture from your cannabis flower but they are two distinct processes. Let’s look more closely at these crucial steps in the growing process.