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The state began accepting applications Friday from those wishing to grow and sell marijuana for medical use, but when the drug might make into the hands of patients is still anyone’s guess. That will depend on how many apply for a limited number of licenses. The only piece of the timeline set for the birth of this new industry is...
Illinois is about to become the first state to legalize and regulate adult use cannabis through the legislature. The House passed HB 1438 in a 66-47 vote, with bipartisan help. Roughly 24 hours before that, the same bill cleared the Senate in a sweeping 38-17 vote. Once Governor J.B. Pritzker signs this piece of legislation into law, Illinois...
Folks from around the country and the world tuned into the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) website as they held a public hearing on Friday, May 31. Manufacturers and suppliers asked the FDA to regulate CBD like food or dietary supplements, while the FDA seemed to want more evidence on the safety of CBD products before giving...
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Do you know the tiny varieties? Most of the tinny cannabis plants are with hybrid strains that come from mixtures between sativa, indica and ruderalis. Of these three varieties the smallest one is indica, which is robust with dark green leaves. In some cases of “auto flowering tinny plants” possess the gen of auto flowering that provides a ruderalis variety,...
In a sign of how widely the German government is now casting its net for medical cannabis, even South America is not off the table. At the end of last month, two firms– one from Uruguay and another from Columbia- announced that they would begin importing medical cannabis of the THC and CBD kind. Fotmer Life Sciences (from Uruguay)...
Today in the states where medical and recreational cannabis is legal, cannabis products purchased from licensed facilities are required to have undergone testing by accredited labs. The compliance testing verifies advertised potency levels and checks for microbial contamination, herbicides, pesticides, fungicides and the presence of mold and mildew, among other potential contaminants. Until recently, little attention has been given...

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