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Cannabis and elite sports
by Rebeca Argudo on 25/03/21
On December 14 2017, the World Health Organization WHO issued an official recommendation stating that CBD (cannabidiol), one of the compounds found in cannabis, is not harmful to health and lacked the risk of abuse and therefore the organization suggested that it should not be internationally scheduled as a control substance. Later, in 2018, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) excluded CBD from...
Cannabis y publicidad
by Rebeca Argudo on 12/03/21
The cannabis industry is relatively new and rapidly changing but already faces the complex task of marketing and advertising with no previous examples to use as reference.
Besides, we have to add the challenge of placing in the market the existing wide range of products containing CBD and the many purposes they serve- from oils or infusions used as cosmetic and body care products to food for...
Holland startet ein Experiment zur Kontrolle der Versorgungskette seiner Coffeeshops
by Teresa García on 20/10/20
Sale and consumption allowed but production and distribution prohibited: this has been the Dutch cannabis system for 40 years. According to various municipalities, this legislative contradiction has led to problems of order and public health. To fix the situation, the Dutch government has launched an experiment in which several controlled producers will be in charge of supplying marijuana to...
Lego gegen den Klimawandel
by Laura Rueda on 28/09/20
We are living in a critical moment. UN has already warned world governments that we will be facing an environmental disaster in the near future. Nevertheless, it seems policymakers are not grasping the gravity of the devastating effects that our plastic consumption is having on the planet. However, some multinationals are already responding and taking action. LEGO, the toy building blocks giant,...
La crisis del coronavirus da impulso a Aurora Cannabis, pero sus cuentas siguen siendo un desastre
by Teresa García on 27/07/20
The coronavirus crisis has served the giants of the international cannabis market well. Or at least that's how it’s been for Aurora Cannabis, second in the industry in global level turnover. Founded in 2004 in Ontario, Canada, the company has recovered a good part of the market value that it lost in the last fourteen months. In May, its shares on the New York Stock Exchange increased by 158%...
Miss Weederful, Normalisierung und Sichtbarkeit der Nutzung und Nutzer von Cannabis
by Laura Rueda on 26/03/20
For a few months, the cannabis community has a new social media project, offering us a graphic full of intelligent humour to reflect on and learn from. Miss Weederful is information, colours, good vibes and laughter guaranteed on a daily basis. Can all these elements help in the normalisation of cannabis? The answer is yes, and we’ll illustrate this in the following interview with your team!...
Cannabis y sexo
by Rebeca Argudo on 20/03/20
The use of cannabis as an erotic stimulant is known to habitual cannabis users. Most agree in pointing out the lack of inhibition, the feeling of euphoria and the increase in pleasurable sensations as its main advantages. It’s obvious that all this depends significantly on both the variety and quantity used as well as the particular sensitivity of the consumer and, of course, who the moment is...
La marihuana en la antigüedad
by Rebeca Argudo on 12/03/20
Recent archaeological excavations have revealed that marijuana was already being smoked more than 2,500 years ago.
Found in Jirzankal in western China, more than thirty tombs higher than 3000 metres revealed, among other objects, small wooden braziers with what at first glance looked like burned stones inside. Subsequent chemical analyses revealed that in addition to the burned stones, there were...
El coronavirus podría afectar a la industria del cannabis
by Rebeca Argudo on 25/02/20
With hundreds of fatalities and thousands of people affected, the outbreak of coronavirus in China has caused travel restrictions across the country. The cannabis industry is being seriously affected by it. In particular, marijuana vaporiser companies which rely heavily on Chinese suppliers are seeing how these circumstances could affect the way their work normally functions; this is because...
La cosmética cannábica es tendencia
by Laura Rueda on 24/02/20
Cannabis cosmetics are trending all over the world. So great is the hype and they are affordable and accessible in equal measure. Now it’s even possible to find cannabis-based facials in your local area thanks to the most popular brands and cosmetics chains such as Sephora, the Body Shop, Aussie Hair and Babaria, which have their own range of creams made with the plant. The best thing about this...

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