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En mai, l’OECCC présentera aux partis politiques sa proposition de Loi sur le Cannabis Médicinal
by Teresa García on 10/01/20
The European Observatory on the Consumption and Cultivation of Cannabis (OECCC) has already set out its proposal for a law on medicinal and therapeutic cannabis, a text that they have included in a book published in September entitled Law of Medicinal and Therapeutic Cannabis. It is a working document, which will be presented in the forthcoming months to political parties who are represented in...
Un centenar de personas protestan en Rangún para reclamar la legalización del cannabis
by Teresa García on 17/12/19
Flags with the marijuana leaf and posters that displayed phrases such as "Cannabis Saves lives" and "There is No Jail for a Plant" filled the Mahabandoola Park in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar until 2006. One hundred people attended the first protest for the legalisation of cannabis in this country.
"There are thousands of people in prison for carrying small amounts of marijuana. We believe this...
La Ley MORE, un paso más hacia la legalización en EE.UU
by Irene Alcázar on 28/11/19
El pasado miércoles 20 de noviembre, el Comité Judicial de la Cámara de Representantes de EE.UU aceptó a trámite, tras más de dos horas de debate, un proyecto de ley que despenalizaría la marihuana a nivel federal. Se trata de la Ley MORE o Ley de Oportunidad de Reinversión y Eliminación de Antecedentes Penales de la Marihuana de 2019. Ahora le queda pasar el filtro del Congreso, donde el Senado...
Errejón y Más País: a favor de la regulación de la marihuana
by Rebeca Argudo on 27/11/19
The formation of Iñigo Errejón’s Mas País (‘More Country’), supports the integral regulation of cannabis, of legalising its use for both recreational and medicinal purposes without the need to do so in stages. 
An article published in a national newspaper in mid-October, written by Errejón himself and his Mas País colleague, Jorge Moruno, takes Canada and Colorado (USA) as an example. In both...
"Me considero la primera mujer cultivadora legal de este país y nunca jamás pensé que esto pudiera ocurrirme" - entrevista a Fernanda de la Figuera
by Laura Rueda on 29/10/19
Fernanda de la Figuera is many things: marijuana grandmother, historical cannabis activist and the first legal woman cultivator in our country. She is also a person willing to face the legalisation of a plant that has proven to have multiple medicinal benefits, facing several trials throughout her life. Fernanda de la Figuera can be and has proven to be many things, but something that has never...
Buy weed from women!
by Laura Rueda on 09/09/19
The cannabis industry, like many others, remains mostly masculine. Therefore, when we discover projects full of sisterhood, which support women who decide to undertake in this sector, we feel the need to share it. In addition to an online store, Buy weed from women, BWFW, is an initiative that has a very clear objective: to create a US national directory of cannabis women.

“Have you supported a...
El CBD: la molécula más polémica del cannabis. Situación legal y posibilidades de futuro
Is CBD legal?
In one way or another, the cannabis plant is present in infinity of products that the market offers us today. And among all the existing ones, those that include the three magic letters in their striking wrappings stand out: CBD. Cannabidiol.

In food, this cannabis compound is added to multiple preparations, as well as to oils with different concentrations, cookies and even jelly...
Sad news for the cannabis world: activist Nol van Schaik has passed away
by Redacción on 30/07/19
From Kannabia, we want to honor the memory of Nol van Schaik, who suddenly died in his sleep last weekend at his home in Spain.
We also want to remember the great figure Nol was (and will continue to be, for History): we are talking about one of strongest advocates for the legalization of cannabis and the rights of its users, worldwide. A tireless cannabis activist, a freedom fighter, who started...
El cáñamo industrial se cultivará legalmente en Texas
by Laura Rueda on 05/07/19
On April 24th, HB 1325 was unanimously passed by the Texas House of Representatives. This bipartisan bill will establish a regulatory and licensing framework for the cultivation and processing of industrial hemp, as well as products made from this plant, such as cannabidiol (CBD) and it has finally passed into law after being approved last Monday, June 10th.

Once HB 1325 bill is passed, the next...
Seedsman PhotoCup Summer Edition
by Redacción on 25/06/19
How time flies! Summer is almost here! It is an ideal period to rest, travel, to go to the beach and to disconnect from the routine and, of course, to also enjoy your favorite hobbies.
If among those hobbies you count the photography, and you are a good #kannabista, you must know about the Seedsman PhotoCup: after the overwhelming success of its first spring edition, it’s now time to the summer...

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