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Nevada’s Cannabis Companies Embrace New THC Stamp Regulation

U.S. hemp farmers eager to get to work in 2019 will have to wait: The federal government is currently shut down. While the passage of 2018 Farm Bill and its hemp legalization provision was met with excitement, a now-routine political snafu has halted federal government operations and effectively blockaded the gateway to legal hemp cultivation. …

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Bryce Skalla, Co-Founder and CEO of Item 9 Labs. Item 9 Labs is ushering in a new era of wellness by developing innovative and comfortable health solutions for the modern cannabis consumer. We are cultivating quality-driven, organic products for whole body health, and seamlessly merging medical cannabis into a lifestyle. SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) November 19, …

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ABCs of CBD - San Diego CityBEAT

Cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive cannabis chemical, has skyrocketed in popularity due to its supposed medicinal qualities. It’s also easier to get now with many products showing up at local grocery stores or pharmacies. But those CBD products might be illegal, according to some San Diego legal experts.  “According to the Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA], it’s …

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First Nation in Saskatchewan puts forward its own legal cannabis law

FORT QU’APPELLE, Sask. — A small Indigenous community northeast of Regina plans to open its own marijuana dispensary after passing its own legal cannabis law. The Muscowpetung First Nation approved its Cannabis-Hemp Act on Monday. Chief Anthony Cappo says the law is meant to make cannabis more accessible, affordable and safe for the community. The …

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The Rise of Organic Cannabis in North America

Canna-business is booming on the heels of Canada’s momentous decision to legalize cannabis nationwide, and the industry is now projected to bring in close to $95 billion by 2026. Much like the way organic products have risen to prominence in supermarkets, consumers will start to demand high-quality products as the cannabis industry matures, as well. …

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Valens Signs Multi-Year Cannabis Extraction and Product R&D Agreement With Harvest One

KELOWNA, BC, Nov. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ – Valens GroWorks Corp. (CSE: VGW) (OTC-QB: MYMSF) (the “Company” or “Valens”), a licensed, vertically integrated provider of cannabis products and services focused on various proprietary extraction methodologies, distillation, cannabinoid isolation and purification, as well as associated quality testing is pleased to announce that it has entered into a …

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'Take a 'recess' from stress!' says new sparkling CBD water brand - BeverageDaily.com

Recess is a “consumer lifestyle brand creating products to help people feel more balanced in an incredibly stressful world,”​ launching its sparkling waters in the US. It believes that relaxation – rather than energy – will become more important to consumers in the coming years. Cannabis-derived CBD and THC have been cropping up in new …

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Women-Led Company Provides Cannabis Education in Carpinteria, Calif.

Minimizing water use in cannabis cultivation not only reduces the impact on the environment, but it could also help growers comply with state and municipal regulations, as well as reduce costly water bills. Here, Nic Easley, CEO of Comprehensive Cannabis Consulting (3C), and Duncan Gordon, chief operating officer of Sunniva, a vertically integrated medical cannabis …

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Hemp, marijuana's cannabis cousin, could be local cash crop in Missouri and Kansas - fox4kc.com

MAYSVILLE, Mo. — Josiah Godbey’s 10-acre family farm in Maysville has been idle for many years. But the 25-year-old Army veteran hopes he’s sitting on a gold mine. Godbey is one of many who plans to apply for a state license to grow industrial hemp in Missouri’s new pilot program. “Hemp used to be a …

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Santa Barbara County's cannabis permitting program moving but slowly

Santa Barbara County’s cannabis licensing and permitting process is picking up steam, but officials hope to convince operators to submit applications in order to avoid finding themselves out of compliance with state and county laws. That was one of the main points in the first quarterly update on the county’s cannabis regulatory process, enforcement actions …

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