This week in Cannabis: Canadians defence lawyers tested the Drager DrugTest 5000 and report that CBD and a poppy seed bagel provoked false positives, festival-goers are allowed to bring prerolls to Ever After EDM Festival, and as the May long weekend approaches, Parks Canada reminds Canadians where they can consume cannabis on campsites and trails. We’ve rounded up this week’s top...
Businesses and media outlets often turn to stock photography collections when trying to populate a piece of cannabis-related content with an image. A high quality, professionally produced photograph can be a fantastic way to add to a piece of written content to help drive a narrative or fill out the details of a story. However, many of these images are...
Alberta cannabis producers say new federal rules restricting licence applications are a blow to aspiring growers. Health Canada announced Wednesday that it will now require new applicants who want to cultivate or process cannabis, or sell it for medical purposes, to have a fully built site that meets all federal requirements at the time they apply, rather than building their...
It was the second time in as many days that the lower chamber moved to increase which medical conditions allow Texans to use CBD oil for treatment. But both bills face an uphill battle in the Senate. Four years after state Rep. Stephanie Klick authored legislation that legalized the sale of medical cannabis oil to Texans suffering from intractable epilepsy,...
She taught you your ABCs, now introduce yo’ mama to the world of THC and CBD. With cannabis now legal across Canada, the tradition of gifting Mom flowers on Mother’s Day could take on a whole new meaning. Whether she’s down to toke with her adult children or looking for some solitary R&R, we’ve rounded up a few alternatives to...
This article is presented by Core CBD, an online retailer dedicated to bringing quality-tested CBD products sourced from US-grown hemp to customers around the world. Following the passage of the Farm Bill and its legalization of hemp cultivation, the market for CBD products in the United States is growing at a breakneck pace. The huge expansion that the industry has...
Retailers across Canada are struggling with a shortage of all cannabis, but there’s one product they’re especially desperate to keep on shelves: cannabidiol or CBD, a non-intoxicating extract vaunted for its purported health benefits. The extract, most commonly sold as oil, has been promoted as a natural cure for pain, anxiety and insomnia, despite limited medical research. Many customers are...