The smell seemed unmistakable, the dried buds looked familiar and the Taliban checkpoint guards, who had never heard of CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabis compound, were disgusted by the pungent cargo of Amin Karim’s truck.
A hemp maze featuring a massive cannabis leaf has opened in the Põlva County village of Saverna in Southeastern Estonia.
A new law takes effect Friday that allows for the legal sale and consumption of edibles containing small amounts of hemp-derived THC.
To commercialize the crops, the seller needs to have the proper training and know-how, to deliver the consumer the real benefit and minimize harm.
The study will include an assessment of the feasibility of hemp fiber production for the Tennessee automobile industry as well as an overall assessment of hemp fiber for the development of the Tennessee economy. The research will take place from now through year’s end.
The Thai government will distribute one million free cannabis plants to households across the nation in June to mark a new rule allowing people to grow cannabis at home, its health minister has said.
“Marijuana is a name the government gave it years ago,” when the government labeled it dangerous, said Sherman, owner of Ithaca Organics in Freeville, who grows hemp. He just calls it cannabis.
Pennsylvania Senator Judy Schwank announced last week she will soon be tabling legislation that would see hemp permitted in animal feed.