Lousy Federal Weed Production Holds Back Research
How can scientists study marijuana when their research weed is lousy?
It doesn’t have to be this way.
“We can’t get very far with the Mississippi weed. That’s just the reality,” said Nicholas Lovrich, professor emeritus at Washington State University and chair of its Cannabis Committee on Research and Outreach.
Lovrich is referring University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy’s “cannabis garden,” the only federally approved pot-growing facility in the country.
And even with all the resources that implies, they still haven’t figured out how to grow weed with enough potency and diversity needed by researchers.
Israeli Cabinet Makes Move to Decriminalize Recreational Marijuana Use
JERUSALEM — Israel, which has been at the forefront of research into medical marijuana and the drug’s commercialization, took a major step on Sunday toward officially decriminalizing its recreational use.
At a time when many American states and European countries are loosening marijuana laws, the Israeli cabinet approved a plan that would impose fines rather than criminal penalties on those caught using the drug in public.
Growing and selling marijuana, which is widely used here recreationally and medicinally, would remain illegal.
Hindu Kush (Indica)
In most cases, today's Hindu Kush is still pretty much the same strain as that spread around the world from the Orient. Of course, you don't have to go to far-off locations to enjoy the medicinal benefits of Hindu Kush marijuana; you can grow your own in your home. In fact, modern strains of HK do best when cultivated indoors where all environmental conditions can be controlled meticulously.
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