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Promoción de Kannabia por el Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

We want to join the celebrations of March 8th with a promotion that you can’t miss: get two Queen of Africa seeds as a free gift for every purchase on Kannabia’s website.

Women have used cannabis for centuries to create home remedies, and have valued the "magical properties" of its plants to relieve pains and tensions of all kinds, such as migraines and menstrual discomfort;  to improve sexual activity and even to treat transmitted venereal diseases and as a means to ease pain during and after childbirth.

An ancestral knowledge passed down from one generation to the next all over the world, with strong roots in Africa but also in Western societies, where we can find specific records of remedies made up from hemp, and employed by women in countries such as Germany and Austria.

Much of this ancient knowledge has set the base for the most recent researches about the therapeutic use of THC and CBD.

At Kannabia we’re very pleased to know that relationship between cannabis and women have the wind in its sails. Just a few months ago, the renowned U.S. magazine Newsweek confirmed what many of us suspected since a long while: cannabis industry is about to become the first global business with multibillion dollar profits which is not dominated by men.

A real milestone in working women’s history. Women will raise their voice tomorrow to claim, once again, full equality at all levels.

So, remember, along with all your web purchases made during March 8 (00: 00 to 00: 00 hours), you get two seeds of the Queen of Africa for free.

Still want more? Get also this wonderful Kannabia clothe bag as a free gift.

Happy International Women’s Day!

The cultivation of cannbis for personal consumption is an activity subject to legal restrictions that vary from state to state. We recommend consultation of the legislation in force in your country of residence to avoid participation in any illegal activity.

The purpose of this publication is purely informative, horizontal transfer of technical horticultural information.

Kannabia accept no responsibility for any illegal use made by third parties of information published here.

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The cultivation of cannbis for self-consumption is an activity subject to legal restrictions that vary from state to state. We recommend consultation of the legislation in force in your country of residence to avoid participation in any illegal activity.

The purpose of this publication is purely informative, horizontal transfer of technical horticultural information.

Kannabia accept no responsibility for any illegal use made by third parties of information published here.