Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Forty-Seven
We hope that you’re enjoying these first weeks of fall. To cheer you up and give you heads up for an upcoming week, we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web. Don’t forget to grab your favorite cannabis product. Enjoy your read!
California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control published its business license regulations last week, and those rules include the ways companies are legally allowed to transport the weed to customers. And sending weed by drones is not on the list.
Members of the Cannabis Friendly Business Association want to ask Toronto’s Municipal Licensing and Standards Committee for regulation in light of the federal legalization of marijuana. Local lounge owners argue that provincial regulation, which says marijuana can only be consumed in the privacy of a home, is “not feasible.” Officials are not so quick to agree.
A smoke sesh can go different directions: from not getting high at all to get baked in minutes. If you don’t believe in setting limits, you’re more likely to get super high once in a while. Of course, it’s not what smoking weed is all about, but sometimes you just want to find out how high you can get. Here go ten things that more likely to happen if you get there.
On June 19th, 2017, Mexico legalized medical marijuana or, more specifically, “pharmacological derivatives of cannabis” to be regulated and studied by the Ministry of Health. Currently, these derivatives (oils and pills) must contain less than one percent THC. Nevertheless, some activists are working to change this conservative approach.
You may feel a little bit melancholic, but the best is yet to come this fall. Meanwhile, rejoice in pumpkin lattes and cozy clothes. (If it’s still pretty hot outside where you live, we are jealous.) To cheer you up we suggest getting your favorite cannabis product this evening and tuning into these ten best autumn beats.
Finally, football season is back, and, of course, it comes with tailgating. And with tailgating comes cannabis. From infused barbecue and dipping sauces to a full-on football dab rig, add them to your tailgating routine and have the best football season ever.
Since marijuana is one of the most popular recreational drugs on the planet, scientists have been interested to know what all that consumption may be doing to the sexual experience. When it comes to men, that typically breaks down into a few subjects: sperm count, erections, orgasms and sex drive. Let’s explore what we think we know now.
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See you next Sunday!
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