For former servicemembers who take the hydroponics course at Veterans to Farmers (VTF), it’s natural to think about the marijuana crop that generated more than $247 million in revenue for the state of Colorado, where the sale and use of pot is legal.
The federal government says grass and guns don’t mix, and that is putting gun owners who use medical marijuana — and the strongly pro-gun-rights administration of President Donald Trump — in a potentially uncomfortable position.
The Australian government announced today that it would allow medicinal cannabis exports. It said the move would boost opportunities for domestic manufacturers, noting that a strong industry would mean Australian doctors having high-quality products to prescribe to their patients.
Like any other patient, medical marijuana patients lean in the direction of lower cost medications over higher priced brand names, and specials, customer loyalty programs, and other seasonal offers are an attractive option to patients on a budget.
Apparently, Jon Huntsman Sr. is not alone in his devout beliefs or his support of medical marijuana. According to a new poll, a majority of Utah’s “active” members of the Mormon church are joining Huntsman in his support of the medicinal herb.
Universities and colleges in Ohio will soon be allowed to apply for medical cannabis testing licenses. At the same time, private companies and small businesses will have to wait one more year to start applying.
Each year, medical cannabis gains more and more support across the world. Today, over a half of the states in the U.S. have legalized medical weed in some form. Do you want to know more about various medicinal properties of cannabis, meet like-minded people, and get a better understanding of the local and federal medical marijuana policies? Consider attending at least one of the following three events and you will find the answers to most of your questions.