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Seven Most Important Cannabis Compounds

HEALTH Seven most important cannabis compounds Here's what you need to know By The GrowthOp August 21, 2019 Comments Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. iStock / Getty Images Plus Very little research has been done on the lesser-known components of the cannabis plant and it is hard to foresee their potential benefits. If consuming raw cannabis is on one’s wish list, CBDA could offer a lot.

Article by Growth Op Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. These compounds interact with the endocannabinoid system in the human body, which regulates various psychological processes, including pain, inflammation, appetite, learning and emotions. There are over 100 different cannabis compounds, we bring you top seven that everyone is talking about. CBD: What is CBD and what does ...

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Dear Herb: The Summer Grab Bag Edition

Dear Herb: The summer grab bag edition Canada's favourite cannabis advice columnist answers a medley of short questions from recent months

Article by The Leaf News Dear Herb: Is it okay to order a QP online? And if so: I have to pick it up at a post office by vehicle. Would I be breaking the law having it in my person bringing it home? — Quarter Pounder Dear QP: A QP is a quarter pound, or roughly 113 grams of cannabis. Since ...

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Can Offering Access to Medical Cannabis Build a Relationship that Opens the Door to the Older Canadians Market?

Can offering access to medical cannabis build a relationship that opens the door to the older Canadians market? Association and medical cannabis company come together with a view to educating the demographic about cannabis and providing access to bespoke products By Sydney Loney

Article by Sydney Loney, Growth Op The number of Canadians 65 and older is expected to climb to 9.5 million by 2030, representing just shy of a quarter of the country’s population. It’s a big demographic group with more than its fair share of aches, pains and other ailments—and an equally sizeable potential market for medical cannabis companies. Spectrum Cannabis, a ...

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Can You Legally Grow Cannabis on Your Balcony?

COMMUNITIES Can you legally grow cannabis on your balcony? Prospective outdoor home growers can cultivate good cannabis for less than $100 By David Wilson CANADA-DRUGS-CANNABIS-HEALTH Cannabis plants are seen at Up's cannabis factory in Lincoln, Ontario, on October 12, 2018. R - Canada will soon become the second country in the world to legalize cannabis -- with the provinces left to work out the details of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's landmark measure. (Photo by Lars Hagberg / AFP) (Photo credit should read LARS HAGBERG/AFP/Getty Images) Considering how many consumers also like to pop out to the balcony for a quick smoke or vape, it’s no wonder some are curious about whether or not they can grow cannabis on the terrace of their apartment or unit. LARS HAGBERG/AFP/Getty Images There’s little need to worry about pollution, though, since even in the smoggiest of locations, Robinson says it’s unlikely the resulting plant would be noticeably affected.

Article by David Wilson, Growth Op For many, the balcony is a sacred space: remote and (ideally) serene, it’s often a place to retreat, unwind and relax, perhaps with a bit of cannabis, while watching the world whirr on below. Considering how many consumers also like to pop out to the balcony for a quick smoke or vape, it’s no ...

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Q & A: A Gardening Guru Shares Tips on How to Grow Your Own Cannabis

London Q & A: A gardening guru shares tips on how to grow your own cannabis Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Email Growing a cannabis plant takes about six to eight weeks, according to horticulturalist Riley Irwin CBC Under Canada's new cannabis laws, homeowners are allowed to grow up to four pot plants per household. (Associated Press)

Article by CBC News Unfortunately for many would-be gardeners, cannabis doesn’t grow like a weed. In fact, it takes a green thumb and some thoughtful planning. That’s according to gardening guru Riley Irwin, who sat down with London Morning’s Rebecca Zandbergen to share her tips on growing cannabis at home. Read an excerpt from their conversation below. How difficult is it to grow ...

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Growing Pot? Here are Some Common Mistakes to Avoid

PEI Growing pot? Here are some common mistakes to avoid Social Sharing Seeds are available at P.E.I. Cannabis but sales have been weak Sara Fraser · CBC News Shawn Harnden and Hunter Kerr at Grow Daddy in Stratford, P.E.I., both call themselves cannabis-growing experts. (Sara Fraser/CBC)

Article by Sara Fraser, CBC News With more than $7 million in legal pot purchased from P.E.I. Cannabis in the first six months of legalization, it’s clear Islanders are interested in consuming the product, and interest in growing marijuana is also, well, growing, say retailers. Veseys Seeds in York, P.E.I., has devoted six pages in its catalogue to growing at home ...

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Classifying Cannabis: A Guide To Terpene Profiles & Percentage Scales


Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network For the uninitiated, the terminology of the cannabis industry can seem like its own language- a jumble of words like indica, sativa, landrace, THC, CBD, terpenes, edibles, extractions, shatter, flower, budder, concentrates… the list goes on and on. Where it all started Cannabis originated from landrace varieties. It was interbred hundreds of times to become your ...

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Are Excise Taxes Killing Canada’s Cannabis Market?

OPINION Are excise taxes killing Canada’s cannabis market? DAVID CLEMENT CONTRIBUTED TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Article by David Clement, Globe and Mail Much has been said about Canada’s roll-out of legal cannabis. The system thus far has been riddled with hiccups, supply shortages, prohibition-style penalties and significant limitations on consumer access. All of that aside, one of the most glaring issues with Canada’s cannabis framework is the way in which it is taxed, specifically, the ...

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Why are All of Toronto’s Legal Weed Stores Downtown?

Why are all of Toronto’s legal weed stores downtown? By Tony WongTelevision Critic Jason Miller Cannabis will be available legally at retail stores in Ontario beginning April 1. (TIJANA MARTIN

Article by Tony Wong and Jason Miller, Toronto Star Why are all of Toronto’s retail cannabis stores in the downtown core? It’s a question many suburban pot users are asking after the announcement of a fifth retail location at 453 Yonge St., meaning the first five stores poised to open in the city are within walking distance or a very quick transit ride from ...

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