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Canadian Cannabis Researcher Dr Paul Hornby to create report following analytical laboratory testing of UK Hash AKA – Soap Bar.
Many Thanks to one of our UK members who wrote to us asking if it would be possible to find out how much THC is within there cannabis, following this we have received a good amount of product material for our close working partner Dr. Paul Hornby to run his laboratory tests.
Rolling Stoner TV will be doing what no other has properly done before and that is to find out what exactly is in Soap bar? (the infamous hash that is widely sold on the streets in the UK) and how much THC does it contain?
How big business will make billions on the legalization of pot.
At a beige, two-storey building outfitted with security cameras, in the shadow of several affluent Toronto condos, a steady trickle of customers comes to buy pot.
Ready with cash and either Health Canada authorizations or doctors' notes saying their patients report relief when using marijuana, they walk up to a counter inside Cannabis As Living Medicine (CALM), one of the city's longest-running medical pot dispensaries.
Scratch and sniff cannabis leaflets? Smells like a nice gimmick.
As countries compete to stand out in a globalised market, Britain can do worse than exploit its appetite for gimmickry, With cannabis cultivation up 15% in the last year alone (and if that's only going on the amount of cannabis known about by police – given the incredible smarts of most cannabis dealers, it can only be the tip of the iceberg), thoughts are turning to what to do about it.
Medical marijuana may soon be legally sold and available via doctors' prescriptions, with senators overwhelmingly approving the legislation in a 60-7 vote Jan. 30.
The bill, which now awaits a presidential signature, marks a major step toward official acceptance of marijuana use in the country, after the Cabinet of Prime Minister Jan Fischer decriminalized possession of "small amounts" of marijuana for personal use in 2009 and the cannabis-derived drug Sativex was approved for use in 2011.
US correspondent Nick O'Malley travels to Washington state to check out the new drug laws, and is left dazed by what he finds.
I was part-way through an interview with a defence lawyer and an AIDS activist when a warm sensation stole over me.
I had been in the activist's illegal grow-house, inspecting a little stainless steel mixing bowl full of capsules of intensely concentrated cannabis oil he had extracted the night before from two garbage bags full of buds. Their skin was greasy and they glowed a dull green when I held them up to the light.
Facing charges for selling pot to pain patients, Hamilton man 'not ashamed'
As Peter Melanson sees it, he went into business to help others.
“It just gives me goosebumps to help somebody feel better,” said Melanson, sitting in an east Hamilton living room that's filled with children's books and toys. “By helping somebody by doing something that we love, there's no better feeling.”
What is a compassion club?
Compassion clubs offer a range of medical marijuana products to fill a void in Health Canada's legal supply channel, doctors and patients say.
Ottawa offers a single strain of medical marijuana, and the only legal way to purchase it is through Health Canada. Medical users insist the different strains of marijuana provided by compassion clubs offer different kinds of pain relief. However, there hasn't been any research testing those claims.
Compassion clubs are illegal in Canada, and many have been shut down by the authorities.
Despite his purportedly noble intentions, Melanson's vocation is currently illegal. And pursuing it openly and enthusiastically has cost the 36-year-old his business and potentially, his freedom.