Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Eighty-Six
How’s your Sunday? Lazy? Busy? Whatever it is, give yourself a well-deserved break, grab your favorite cannabis product, and dive into the latest weed news. To keep you up to date we gathered seven articles about cannabis on the web. Enjoy your read!
For the first six months of the year, the state has allowed dispensaries to sell product that isn’t yet up to new code so manufacturers can adjust to the changes. Any of these noncompliant concentrates or edibles or simple flowers left on store shelves as of July 1 have to be destroyed.
Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies invests in research in pain and inflammation therapies, cancer treatments, and remedies for gastrointestinal diseases.
July has arrived, and it means that residents in Massachusetts and Vermont get to enjoy legal cannabis. In Massachusetts, though, no retail cannabis stores have opened yet, but in Vermont, people can start to cultivate right now (sorry, Vermont, you won’t get retail stores yet).
In California, where marijuana is legal under state law, veterans are advocating for its use to treat service-related disorders such as PTSD and chronic pain.
Nearly 150 marijuana businesses in California warned Friday that they could face crippling financial losses unless the state extends a July 1 deadline imposing strict standards for pot testing and packaging.
The 7th continent may be the most pot-friendly place on the planet.
Allow us to introduce you to Quebec’s logo for its provincial cannabis distributor. Fortunately and unfortunately, some people are saying it looks like a butthole.
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