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La industria del cannabis concienciada con el medio ambiente
by Rebeca Argudo on 09/07/21
The cannabis industry is experiencing a moment of unprecedented boom and growth in the current market. Also, we cannot overlook the fact that more and more countries are joining the global legalization trend for both medical and recreational purposes, moving towards eliminating restrictions and decriminalization, and with an increasing social and political support. However, during the cultivation...
Washington State joins the “Joints for Jabs” initiative for COVID Vaccines
by Teresa García on 06/07/21
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB), the government agency responsible for the regulation and control of these substances, has approved a measure to allow state-licensed cannabis retail stores to give away marijuana to people 21 years of age and older who receives the COVID-19 vaccine, according to NBC News. This decision comes three months after the DC Marijuana Justice (DCMJ...
Fin del monopolio en EE UU
by Rebeca Argudo on 28/06/21
For the past fifty years, the only approved facility with a government authorization to produce cannabis for research purposes was the one operated by the University of Mississippi. Therefore, any researcher who wanted to legally conduct a study could only use these facilities. But the days of this monopoly are numbered since the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the federal government...
El Parlamento checo aumentará las licencias de cultivo de cannabis medicinal
by Teresa García on 25/06/21
The Lower House of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, the Chamber of Deputies, has approved a bill that aims to liberalize the medical cannabis sector. The draft law, passed on June 2 and pending approval by the Senate and the President of the Republic, contemplates an increase in the number of licenses granted to private companies for the cultivation and production of medicinal cannabis, as...
El mundo cannábico español despide al Dr. Joan Parés Grahit
by Carmen Arriaza on 24/06/21
Joan Parés Grahit, médico barcelonés, licenciado en Medicina en 1974 por la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, especialista en el aparato Respiratorio, ha fallecido dejando tras de sí una estela que ha aportado al ámbito de la marihuana terapéutica su valiosa experiencia y una trayectoria profesional impecable que lo sitúa entre las personalidades cannábicas nacionales.
En cuanto al cannabis...
Marruecos legaliza el cannabis medicinal
by Teresa García on 23/06/21
The Chamber of Representatives for the Parliament of Morocco has approved for good, the project from regulation 13.21, which regulates therapeutic and industrial use of cannabis in the Alaouite kingdom. The text, passed with 61 votes in favor and 25 against, according to Moroccan media Maroc Hebdo, it establishes a system of licenses for all activities related to cultivation, production,...
Argentina regula la industria del cannabis
by Rebeca Argudo on 22/06/21
The Republic of Argentina joins, from this moment on, the long list of countries that have already provided a regulatory framework for the medical cannabis industry and is set to foster the further development of a new market for industrial hemp production. Matias Sebastian Kulfas, Mnister of Productive Development of the current Alberto Fernández leftist government, presented a few days ago the...
Le congrès ouvre la voie à la proposition de régularisation du cannabis médical
by Carmen Arriaza on 11/06/21
The Congress of Deputies approved the proposal presented by the Basque National Party (EAJ-PNV) for the regularisation of cannabis, supported by the rest of the House last Thursday on 10th June. Against its image as a conservative party, the PNV defends the general legalisation of the use of hemp, although its current proposal is limited exclusively to the possible therapeutic uses of the...
Los rastafaris de Kenia piden la legalización de la marihuana
by Rebeca Argudo on 08/06/21
The Rastafarian Society of Kenya (RSK) has filed a petition to the Supreme Court of Kenya to request national regulations to allow the use of marijuana to members of this religion for spiritual and ceremonial reasons.
According to the Kenyan newspaper The Star, the objective of the case is to suspend the implementation of Section 3 of the Narcotic Drugs Act in this country, approved in 1994,...
Steve DeAngelo, el activista comprometido
by Teresa García on 01/06/21
Last January, Steve DeAngelo, probably the best-known cannabis activist on the planet, announced he was leaving Harborside, the Californian cannabis dispensary where he has worked for almost fifteen years since he started this project.
In addition to being the co-founder of Harborside, DeAngelo is also one of the founders of Steep Hill, the first analytical laboratory dedicated to testing of...

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