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Recreational Sales Allowed in San Diego’s Medical Shops

Category: News | Posted on Sun, February, 5th 2017 by THCFinder

The San Diego City Council met on Tuesday this week to review proposed regulations that would alter the current cannabis business landscape in the City. One of the main issues discussed was whether the currently operating medical cannabis dispensaries would be able to sell recreational cannabis.

Terrie Best is the Chapter Chair in San Diego for Americans for Safe Access and she clarified for The Weed Blog that the “council voted to grandfather in (and write land use law within 9 months) business tax certification holders in the areas of manufacturing, cultivation and testing. Deliveries will now need to be connected to a Medical Marijuana Card Clinic (MMCC) conditional use permit only, no stand-alones. We also may have lost events where products are used and consumed.”

Best added, “Our outdoor Proposition 64 six plant personal right must be exercised under a green house, and all MMCC’s will be allowed to sell to adults 21 and over along with their patient clients.”

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You Can Now Buy and Sell ‘WEED’ on Toronto’s Stock Exchange

Category: News | Posted on Sun, February, 5th 2017 by THCFinder

In Toronto, Bay Street is Wall Street and now you can buy weed on Bay Street—well, sort of.

Actually make that “WEED.”

Ontario-based Canopy Growth Corp., switched to the new four-letter stock ticker on the Toronto Stock Exchange: WEED. So clever.

As our hard-earned weed legalization efforts here in the U.S. feel like they’re suddenly on shaky ground with so many even shakier human beings taking over the White House, our peaceful, health-insurance-loving and pot-accepting neighbors to the north are seeing their cannabis industry bloom like a fresh green bud.

Is anyone else green with envy?

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Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, February, 4th 2017 by THCFinder


New Review Shows Marijuana Eases Opioid Addiction

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, February, 4th 2017 by THCFinder

A new look at some old research covering the medicinal effects of the cannabis plant shows that certain components of the herb could be a saving grace for those suffering from the grips of opioid addiction.

To date, there has not been a lot of relevant research conducted on this topic, mostly due to restrictions imposed by the federal government. However, there has been some anecdotal evidence to emerge over the past few years, suggesting that cannabinoids could hold the power to address the opioid epidemic currently spiraling out of control across the United States.

It is for this reason the scientific community has shown a newfound interest in putting the cannabis plant under a microscope.

Unfortunately, conducting this type of research is not exactly an easy task.

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