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Marijuana Edibles: How to Get the Right Dosage

Marijuana Edibles: How to Get the Right Dosage weed medible thc 10 mg 10mg

Article by Michael Jacobs, for Edibles are straight up fantastic. What’s better than combining the medicinal effects of cannabis with some tasty treats? But, just eating it is not enough, man. That’s the best way to find yourself with an uncomfortable high. Especially when you’re trying to get just the right dose of medicine. If you’re that person or ...

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Proposed Pot Regulations Open Door to Craft Growers, Licensing Non-Violent Offenders

Proposed pot regulations open door to craft growers, licensing non-violent offenders Liberals give Canadians until Jan. 20 to respond to new marijuana regulations By Peter Zimonjic, CBC News . The federal government has not proposed a requirement that cannabis products come in plain packaging but it has set limits on the use of graphics, designs and colours that would appeal to children. (CBC)

Article by Peter Zimonjic, CBC News  Federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor has released the Liberal government’s proposed cannabis regulations, opening the door to craft marijuana producers, allowing low-risk offenders to participate in the industry and offering some leeway on packaging. Canadians have until Jan. 20 to offer opinions either through an online questionnaire or by providing a written submission on the measures before they ...

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Plain Covers, Tobacco-Style Warnings Among Proposed Marijuana Regulations

Plain covers, tobacco-style warnings among proposed marijuana regulations. A man smokes a joint during a rally in downtown Vancouver, B.C., on April 20, 2011.

Article by Kristy Kirkup, Globe and Mail Health Canada offered hints Tuesday about the government’s plans for legal pot, including, plain packaging and stern, stark health warnings like those found on tobacco products. The department released a set of proposed regulations that, among other things, would limit colours and graphics on cannabis packs and establish a system to trace pot ...

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Proposed Approach to the Regulation of Cannabis Includes ‘Micro’ Grows

Proposed Approach to the Regulation of Cannabis includes 'micro' grows Highlights from today’s Proposed Approach to the Regulation of Cannabis

Article by Ryan Fink, Lift News Today’s announcement by Minister of Health Ginette Petitpas Taylor of the Liberal government’s Proposed Approach to the Regulation of Cannabiscontains a mix of what has long been expected by the majority of industry insiders, with a number of points that may come as a bit of a surprise to hardened ACMPR veterans and cannabis advocates. While ...

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Canada’s Proposed Requirements for Cultivation, Processing, and Federal Sale Licences

Infographic: Supply chain for the commercial production and sale of cannabis Download the alternative format (PDF format, 1.2 MB, 1 page) Organization: Health Canada Date published: 2017 Proposed Federal Licences. Proposed requirements for cultivation, processing, and federal sale licences

Article by Health Canada  Location Indoor Cultivation Licences (Standard, Micro, Nursery, Hemp) Processing Licences (Standard, Micro) Federal Sale Licences -Medical and Non-medical (cannabis on-site, no cannabis on-site) Outdoor Cultivation Licences (Standard, Micro, Nursery, Hemp) Physical Security Perimeter of the Site Physical barriers (for example, walls or fences with secured entry points) to prevent unauthorized access Cultivation Licences (Standard, Micro, ...

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High! Canada: Stellar J’s vs. Toko Gold

High! Canada: Stellar J’s vs. Toko Gold

Article by High! Canada At first glance, the Toko is slightly longer and more noticeable with the gold p. That maybe okay for indoor use, but when you are strolling around in public, you may not want that attention. The Toko also has this 5 tap system that can be a pain sometimes, as you may not want to fidget ...

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Feds’ Proposed Tax on Medical Marijuana Will Only Make the Opioid Crisis Worse

Feds' proposed tax on medical marijuana will only make the opioid crisis worse Despite marijuana being a legally prescribed medication, few patients are able to receive coverage through benefit plans creating a financial incentive to substitute medical cannabis for addictive opioid-based drugs BY IAN CAREY

Article by Ian Carey, NOW Magazine When I was first prescribed medical cannabis for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), the legal marijuana available to me trailed by leaps and bounds what was being offered via other (illegal) means. Other patients I knew advised me that it was better to deal with compassion clubs than government-approved licensed producers. Thankfully, things have improved considerably ...

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Quebec Minister Says Homegrown Pot Could Mean Canadians Stoned All Day, Every Day

Quebec Minister says homegrown pot could mean Canadians stoned all day, every day Quebec’s Minister for Rehabilitation, Youth Protection & Public Health says home grows will mean people will be stoned 24/7, fentanyl in black market pot

Article by Lift News Quebec’s Minister for Rehabilitation, Youth Protection and Public Health, Lucie Charlebois, says that she thinks allowing homegrown cannabis will mean people will be stoned all day, every day, that kids will eat cannabis plants, and that she has been told there is fentanyl in black market cannabis. The statements took place on Tout le Monde en Parle, a ...

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WhitePalm – Blue Coma Review

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Review by Toronto Toker for WhitePalm Overview: WhitePalm is a high end M.O.M. (Mail Order Marijuana) service out of BC that services patients all across Canada. WhitePalm has a large variety of concentrates and flower, with discrete packaging so your products arrive safely. WhitePalm has connected with the growers to ensure the quality is always there and they can ...

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Health Canada Will Make an Announcement About the Regulation of Cannabis Today

Health Canada will make an announcement about the regulation of cannabis Tuesday Industry leaders speculate about the upcoming announcement on regulating cannabis

Article by David Brown, Lift News Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, and Bill Blair, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada and to the Minister of Health, will make an announcement on Tuesday, November 21 about the regulation of cannabis. The announcement will be at 3:30 pm EST. While specifics of what the announcement ...

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