The Roll-Up features co-hosts Bruce Barcott, Ben Adlin, and Alyssa Yeoman in a Friday morning roundtable about the week’s top cannabis news. Leafly Podcast Episode 92: Ancient Bongs and One Billion Dollars This week in cannabis news: China uncovers a 2,500-year-old cannabis smoking tool, and Colorado passes the $1 billion mark in cannabis tax revenue. Coincidence? Yeah, probably so. WTF Is This All About Now? Alyssa,...
AURORA, Ore. (AP) — A unit of wheat is a called a bushel, and a standard weight of potatoes is called a century. But hemp as a fully legal U.S. agricultural commodity is so new that a unit of hemp seed doesn’t yet have a universal name or an agreed-upon quantity. That’s one example of the startling lack of uniformity...
This article is presented by Honest Paws, providing pet owners with all natural, lab-tested CBD oil, infused chews, and other treats for dogs and cats. The growing popularity of CBD isn’t confined to humans. Many pet owners have begun working CBD into the diets of their pets. Of course, anyone who has ever tried to give a dog or cat a...
Growing cannabis in your yard at home can be one of the most satisfying experiences.Growing one of the most controversial plants in the world can be quite a daunting task. Indoor cannabis growing is a simple but expensive process when starting out, especially beginners. People who have access to a private, sunny outdoor spot will find it...
The Church of England, the largest and most influential religious organization in Great Britain, announced this week that it will lift a longstanding prohibition on medical cannabis in order to explore investing in the fast-growing and potentially stupendously profitable industry. The organization’s Church Commissioners are responsible for managing the church’s £8.3 billion in assets—an investment portfolio that includes real estate, cash, and stakes...
Fear can be crippling. Don’t live your life in fear. “Pesticide” is the most serious buzzword in all of cannabis right now. It’s damn near Voldemort. The reason is, for consumers, the word has been directly linked to the thought of “dangerous cannabis.” But before we throw up the red alert beacons about all things cannabis, let’s add a little nuance...
Last week, the Government of Ontario quietly passed amendments to the province’s cannabis law that were instituted in response to a “loophole” that allowed dispensaries to remain open by claiming that someone was living on-premises and using the property as a residence. The change was contained in an otherwise-unrelated government bill that was meant to address housing concerns in the...