Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Eighty-Eight
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!
1. A Weed Producer Is Raising Capital in a U.S. IPO for the First Time
Shares in Canada’s Tilray will start trading Thursday on the Nasdaq, with the firm becoming the first cannabis grower to complete an initial public offering on a U.S. stock exchange.
2. Are cities and towns demanding too much from marijuana operators?
Want to open a marijuana business in Massachusetts? Prepare to open your wallet — wide.
3. All Things Dabbing — Quick FAQ
Dabbing is popular in the community, and it’s natural for newcomers to wonder — what is dabbing and should I try it? Worry no more, we got your back. Here’s a quick guide to all things dabbing.
4. Oregon’s Weed Glut: What Happens to Excess Pot?
Across the state, weed production has skyrocketed as demand has remained steady – which has left new growers with thousands of pounds of useless product
5. Want a Degree in Cannabis Studies? Here you go!
Dreaming about a degree in cannabis studies? Your dream has come true. Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia will be offering graduate-level certificate programs in medical marijuana.
6. The Tasteful Intersection of Art and Cannabis
The pot leaf is an icon, and the culture surrounding it is finally coming out of the shadows, embracing a sophisticated, artful take on cannabis and modern design.
7. Cannabis perfume ‘set to become the scent of the summer’
Cannabis has become so ubiquitous that its smell is now being bottled and sold as “the scent of the summer” by one of Britain’s biggest perfume retailers.
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See you next Sunday!
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