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Why Cannabis Has No Expiry Date

Why cannabis has no expiry date Tim Wilson

Article by Tim Wilson, Stratcann In Canada, there are a variety of products to serve both the recreational and medical market, but determining the shelf life can be a guessing game. In attempting to address the issue, Health Canada regulations employ some odd double-speak wherein expiry dates on some products are required – unless they can’t be. “All cannabis products, except edible ...

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Vaping Dos and Don’ts

Vaping dos and don’ts On the potential health harms of vaping, Health Canada has been less definitive on cannabis compared to juice and nicotine products By Enzo DiMatteo May 10, 2021 The CN Tower was lit up in black and yellow to mark Anti-Vaping Awareness Day on May 3.

Article by Enzo DiMatteo, NOW Toronto The CN Tower was lit up in black and yellow to mark Anti-Vaping Awareness Day on May 3. The campaign, started by a high school student to raise awareness on the potential dangers of liquid vapes and e-cigarettes, is backed by Health Canada and includes sending out info kits to students in schools across the GTA. ...

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Does CBD Use Result in Less Alcohol Consumption?

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Wellness News Legalization Health CBD Does CBD use result in less alcohol consumption? Investigators found that users who consumed CBD-heavy strains “drank fewer drinks per drinking day.” Author of the article:Maria Loreto • The Fresh Toast The study results showing a connection between CBD and less alcohol consumption are consistent with findings in some previous studies. / PHOTO BY MARIANVEJCIK / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS Article content If a consumer of CBD, there may be an extra benefit to reap from the compound. New research shows a connection between the consuming CBD-dominant cannabis and reduced alcohol intake.

Article by Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toast via Growth Op If a consumer of CBD, there may be an extra benefit to reap from the compound. New research shows a connection between the consuming CBD-dominant cannabis and reduced alcohol intake. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Colorado and published in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, examined cannabis use in 120 subjects. ...

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Recipe: Infused Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette

Caroline Attwood/Unsplash RECIPE: INFUSED MAPLE BALSAMIC VINAIGRETTE ETHAN DOMOKOS AND CODY LINDSAYMAY 8, 2021 FEATUREDFOODLIFESTYLE7 VIEWS If you’ve been looking for a potent edible, but want to stay away from the sweets, here’s an easy way to enjoy all the THC-induced elation while filling up with nutritious-packed meals. This week we’ve got a light and simple recipe to incorporate cannabis into, a balsamic vinaigrette with a maple twist. Pour this delicious cannabis-infused maple balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing on your lunchtime greens or a dinner time grain-bowl for an additional punch of tang, savour, and of course, potency.

Article by Ethan Domokos and Cody Lindsay, Cannabis Life Network If you’ve been looking for a potent edible, but want to stay away from the sweets, here’s an easy way to enjoy all the THC-induced elation while filling up with nutritious-packed meals. This week we’ve got a light and simple recipe to incorporate cannabis into, a balsamic vinaigrette with a maple twist. Pour ...

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For These Moms, Cannabis Helps Pay The Bills

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links Mother's Day For these moms, cannabis helps pay the bills In celebration of Mother’s Day, moms working in the cannabis industry share how the plant fits into their lives. Author of the article: Sam Riches Jess Moran is a mother of two and the founder and principal of JESSCO, a cannabis marketing and cannabis marketing and communications consultancy. PHOTO BY JESS MORAN Article content This story first appeared in Weekend Dispensary, a weekly newsletter from The GrowthOp. Signup now to get a story delivered to your inbox every Saturday. Jess Moran’s son recently raised a question while they were out for a drive.

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op Jess Moran’s son recently raised a question while they were out for a drive. Moran, a mother of two, has been working in the cannabis industry for about seven years and her son, 11, had some information to share. “Did you know that some people, like, don’t like weed?” he asked. Moran laughs recalling ...

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How Many More Cannabis Stores Will Open in Barrie?

NEWS How many more cannabis stores will open in Barrie? Number of retail locations hits double digits, with more on the way Rick Vanderlinde Barrie Advance

Article by Rick Vanderlinde, Barrie Advance Is Barrie becoming a marijuana mecca? With 10 cannabis stores already in operation and another 17 at various stages of authorization, there is no shortage of retailers to choose from. A former all-day breakfast restaurant on Yonge Street is the latest possible location for another pot shop. Buds 4 Less plans to open at 489 ...

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Ontario Man Passes Police Vehicle at Double the Speed Limit With Open Liquor and Cannabis in His Car

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links WTF News Legislation Legalization Ontario man passes police vehicle at double the speed limit with open liquor and cannabis in his car The man was clocked at 195 km/h as he passed officers in a construction zone with workers present. Author of the article:The Growth Op The incident happened shortly before 10 p.m. on Wednesday evening near Highway 400 and King Road. / PHOTO BY / PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

Artice by Growth Op Police officers had just finished responding to a fatal accident when a 51-year-old man from Richmond Hill, Ont. came roaring up behind them at more than double the speed limit earlier this week. The man was clocked at 195 km/h as he passed officers in a construction zone with workers present, per CBC News. When police caught up, ...

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Canadian Mental Health Professionals Complete Psychedelic Training Program

Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links Psychedelics Canadian mental health professionals complete psychedelic training program The program was developed in conjunction with Wayfound Mental Health Group Inc. and the Psychologists Association of Alberta. Author of the article: Sam Riches "One of the major obstacles in increasing access to psychedelic therapy is an acute shortage of therapists who have the education, knowledge and resources both from a psychological and psychedelic perspective to provide the necessary support and guidance to patients." PHOTO BY ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op In February, ATMA Journey Centers Inc., an Alberta-based company focused on delivering psychedelic-assisted therapies, announced it was launching a psychedelic training program for therapists. The course quickly sold out and a lengthy waiting list followed. The program has now completed, ATMA announced today, and the results exceeded expectations. The program was developed in conjunction with ...

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A Third of Cannabis Users in Quebec Upped Consumption During COVID-19

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links Wellness News Medical Legalization Health A third of cannabis users in Quebec upped consumption during COVID-19 More adults between the ages of 18 and 34 reported increased cannabis consumption during pandemic-related lockdowns than other age groups. Author of the article: Angela Stelmakowich Adults aged 18 to 34 represented the age group most likely to up weed use, with 39 per cent of these respondents noting they were using more cannabis products. / PHOTO BY MTL CANNABIS

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op Just shy of a third of Quebecers recently surveyed by the Quebec Institute of Public Health (INSPQ) reported their cannabis consumption had increased over the last week compared to before COVID-19, while the remainder said it had stayed the same or dropped. Polled between Apr. 16 and 28, more than half of respondents — ...

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Seth Rogen’s Perfect Breakfast? Coffee and Cannabis

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links World News News Life Celebs Seth Rogen’s perfect breakfast? Coffee and cannabis Being someone who is possibly more famous for smoking weed than anything else “is a worthy thing to me. I’m as proud of it as anything.” Author of the article:Sam Riches Publishing date:May 06, 2021 • 41 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation FILE: US-Canadian actor Seth Rogen arrives for the world premiere of Disney's "The Lion King" at the Dolby theatre on July 9, 2019 in Hollywood. / FILE: US-Canadian actor Seth Rogen arrives for the world premiere of Disney's "The Lion King" at the Dolby theatre on July 9, 2019 in Hollywood. / PHOTO BY ROBYN BECK/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES Article content Seth Rogen has kept busy during the pandemic.

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op Seth Rogen has kept busy during the pandemic. Rogen wrote a book, became a ceramist, launched his weed brand, Houseplant, in the U.S., and did it all while smoking “ungodly amounts”of cannabis. The stereotype of the unproductive stoner goes out the window with Rogen, who said in a recent interview with the Irish Times that he begins each day ...

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