New York Veterans Can Now Access Medical Marijuana to Treat PTSD

Military veterans in New York won a groundbreaking victory on Saturdaywhen Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill that allows them to treat post-traumatic stress disorder with medical marijuana. In Manhattan for the Veterans Day parade, Governor Cuomo said, “Our veterans risked their lives in order to defend the ideals and principles that this nation was founded upon.” That was not all, however. Cuomo also stated, “It is our duty to do everything we can to support them when they return home. Many of our veterans are suffering from…

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Confusion Coming with California’s Legal Marijuana

How California fares in relation to the legalization of recreational marijuana coming into force next January will in many ways set the scene for the rest of the country. While other States have legalized marijuana, with recreational marijuana first becoming legal in Colorado in 2014, none are as big or as significant as in California at the present time. And none have run into as many problems so far, with ever-changing rules and regulations. The industry in California is already huge and going to get bigger. The total marijuana industry…

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Mohawk Firm Poised to Grow Medical Marijuana for Canada

Canada is all set to legalize recreational marijuana next year. It will become the first large scale (the only other country being Uruguay) industrialized county to legalize pot, and other countries are set to follow. In many ways Canada are going to be the standard bearers for the rest of the world. But so far, they have run into many problems and it is widely believed that most provinces will not be ready by the time the deadline hits in July 2018. Many are pointing the finger at the politicians…

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Medical Marijuana Dispensary Pros and Cons Discussed in Portsmouth

Medical marijuana is on the rise in the USA. 29 states currently allow the use of medical marijuana, and in one sense the floodgates have been opened. Many states are afraid of missing out on the “action”, as it has been demonstrated time and time again that marijuana is wonderful for the creation of jobs and industries. But the topic is fiercely debated, and the implementation of marijuana comes with its own set of hurdles. It is not as easy as allowing patients access as there are a huge number…

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Retail marijuana is spreading to California, Massachusetts and Maine

One of the biggest issues in America at the moment is marijuana legalization. Next year, three states (California, Massachusetts and Maine) are set to legalize recreational marijuana. California is the biggest of these three with an industry that dwarfs all others in size and scope, and legalization comes into force there on the 2nd of January. This means that on this date retail stores will be open in the region and guests will finally be able to purchase their long-awaited marijuana joints in the setting of their choosing. Maine and…

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Ontarians Deserve the Marijuana Retail System They Got

Ontario is a gigantic Canadian province that will soon have, at most, 150 government-owned cannabis outlets. These will be the only storefronts serving the entire region. Understandably, the public is unhappy, and the media agrees with headlines such as “Pot legalization is already a mess,” “Marijuana mess ensures black market will survive,” and “Ontario announces it will make buying pot difficult.” Any marijuana enthusiasts in Canada that are reading these headlines, and particularly those living in Ontario, may finally be realizing two naked and very hard truths. The first is…

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10 Marijuana Strains to Keep Yourself Active in Santa Monica

Marijuana Strains to Keep Yourself Active

If you need some energy to get through the day, then it is important to choose the right marijuana strains for it. Indica-dominant varieties will not help you accomplish much, as they act as sedatives for those requiring sleep and inaction. They are more suited for bedtime or lazy days at home. Sativa strains, on the other hand, are active strains that will keep you busy throughout the day: 1. White Fire White Fire, also called Wi-Fi OG, is an evenly balanced hybrid slightly dominated by Sativa genetics. Not only…

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Industrial Hemp Is Now Legal: Will It Be the Most Cultivated Agricultural Crop In Santa Monica?

Even though many Americans love hemp products, the hemp industry has for a long time suffered setbacks because marijuana has for many decades been illegal in several states. We, however, hope that the strong wave of legalization that swept across the US will change things, so we once again have the many amazing hemp products in the market. For Californians especially the residents of Santa Monica, there is hope that soon, hemp will be the most produced agriculture product in the state, once the Proposition 64 that was passed last…

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These Four Things Remain Unknown Even with the Passage of the New Medical Cannabis Laws in California

The new marijuana laws that came into existence as a result of the passage of the famous Proposition 64 gave a new face to the Cannabis industry but at the same time have raised a lot of questions that remain unanswered up to date. Folks who have an interest in getting to the industry have been making numerous calls to attorneys regarding the expected developments now that the medical marijuana is legal in California and other states. So what’s unclear about these laws? Well, while the laws lay groundwork for…

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Things You Won’t Do In Santa Monica, CA Even with Marijuana Legalization

The passage of the much-waited Proposition 64 in California placed the medical and recreational marijuana in a new special position among other drugs. In fact, it came as a breakthrough to the growers and manufacturers of medical marijuana products. But does this mean that everyone in California can do whatever they want with the drug? Well, that’s, of course, not the case and it’s good for the industry players to know that it’s still possible for one to be prosecuted if the law finds them on the wrong side of…

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