Durante questa settimana,siamo stati contattati da svariati clienti che,hanno posto domande,espresso dubbi ed interrogativi in merito ai nostri prodotti ed alla percentuale di THC o CBD contenuti nei nostri semi,nei fiori di cannabis che vendiamo,nei vari oli prodotti solo su richiesta e sui cristalli di CBD.
Riteniamo dunque opportuno ripubblicare le info e le notizie del Ministero della Cannabis olandese del novembre 26 anno 2017
Nel 2017 Voc e Cannabisbureau,hanno inviato centinaia di lettere ad aziende che commercializzano olio CBD e derivati
Il 70% degli oli testati,non corrispondono alle percentuali riportate in etichetta.
Test=acquisto 5 olii stessa azienda,eliminazione etichetta ed invio a 5 laboratori differenti estranei ed ignari.
I provvedimenti sono stati adottati a tutela del consumatore.
Molto spesso,gli oli commerciali,non contengo neanche la terza parte delle percentuali di principio attivo riportato in etichetta e,sono prodotti con materiali non Titolati.
Cerca in rete, principio attivo Titolato,capirai le differenze……..
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After years of successive failures, backers of medical cannabis in Tennessee are taking a new tack — keeping the ban on smoking it.
Two Republican lawmakers say they’re introducing a measure that would legalize oil-based marijuana products for patients with certain health conditions. But the dried plant, edibles and marijuana cigarettes would remain illegal.
Backers call it the Medical Cannabis Only Act. They hope it’ll win over their reluctant colleagues, who haven’t shown any interest in approving medical marijuana despite numerous attempts in recent years.
Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia currently allow medical marijuana, but Tennessee has held out. Opponents argue that, because cannabis use is illegal under federal law, there’s no way to safely administer it under state law. They also fear medical use is simply a ploy to pave the way for full legalization.
The Medical Cannabis Only Act would address those concerns, says state Rep. Jeremy Faison, R-Cosby. Makers of oil-based cannabis can isolate the substances that make marijuana effective and label dosages, he says. And oils are much harder to abuse than the dried plant.
“This is a regulated grow industry that’s producing medical-grade cannabis,” Faison said in a recent interview with WUOT in Knoxville.
Supporters say marijuana can relieve pain, anxiety and the nausea associated with some intensive treatments. Diseases for which marijuana could potentially be used include cancer, hepatitis C, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and arthritis.
Bernie Ellis, a longtime proponent of medical cannabis, says he looks forward to reading the proposal but has some concerns about limiting it to cannabis oils.
“The safest, most effective and best titrated way to use medical cannabis is to inhale the vapors of whole plant cannabis (i.e., dried female flowers) using a vaporizer,” Ellis wrote in an email. “The patient obtains relief within ten seconds and it seldom takes more than a few inhalations to obtain the desired relief.
“Cannabis oils, if ingested, take 30-60 minutes for the patient to feel any effect, which often results in patients using more than they need to, increasing the likelihood that they will experience unpleasant side effects (nausea, disorientation) of overuse.”
Medical marijuana appears to have wide public support. A recent poll by Vanderbilt University showed that 78 percent of Tennesseans support making cannabis fully legal or available by prescription.
LINCOLN – Senator Anna Wishart of Lincoln introduced a resolution on Thursday to bring medical marijuana before Nebraska voters in 2018.
In recent years, multiple bills on the subject have brought forward, including Wishart’s Medical Cannabis Act, which was proposed last session.
“I’m proud to introduce this constitutional amendment because I believe the voters of Nebraska deserve an opportunity to vote on establishing protections for medical cannabis patients. Tens of thousands of Nebraskans are needlessly suffering because they don’t have access to medical cannabis, including veterans, children, and the terminally ill,” Wishart said.
“Nebraska leaders have failed to act and provide these Nebraskans and their doctors the freedom to make decisions for their patients, without fear. Nebraskans who find that cannabis eases their pain and suffering should not be forced across state lines or treated like criminals.
“I believe that medical cannabis is going to be a reality for Nebraska one day. The constitutional amendment and my pending legislation carried over from last session are both common sense solutions to address this issue that enjoy support from across the political spectrum. If the legislators won’t act then I believe it is time for the voters of Nebraska to have their say. At a time when many Americans feel like our politics divide us, I know medical cannabis is one issue where most Nebraskans can agree.”
In the Unicameral, it takes 30 votes to get a proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot.
Medical marijuana is currently legal in 29 states while non-medical recreational use has been legalized in eight.
Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) held a bipartisanspecial order on Wednesday, January 17th to address the implications surrounding Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to rescind the Cole Memo. Simply put, a special order is a practice in Congress where a member is able to speak on any topic they wish after the House of Representatives has been adjourned for the day.
Rep. Gaetz was joined by Representatives Carlos Curbelo (R-FL), Lou Correa (D-CA), and Mark Sanford (R-SC) to articulate the case on behalf of the beneficiaries of the Cole Memo. The memo was originally drafted by former U.S. Attorney General James Cole in 2013 and was issued to attorneys in states where medical or recreational marijuana was legal. The memo stipulates that as long as the states follow certain rules – i.e. the prevention of distributing marijuana to minors – the states are able to regulate marijuana with very little federal interference.
The Cole Memo signaled a shift away from the use of federal funds to regulate marijuana, giving states a more laissez-faire, states rights approach to cannabis. Marijuana is still illegal under federal law and is listed as a schedule one drug signaling to have no medical value and a high potential for abuse, both of which any follower of published research would know to not be true.
In light of the increasing acceptance and legalization of both medical and adult use marijuana, AG Sessions’ decision puts the nascent cannabis industry in an increased state of anxiety and threatens medical marijuana users’ access to cannabis.
I wrote earlier this week about planning my trip to Boston in April. I made a joke about riding a horse on the subway, because humor (at least the attempt to be humorous) is how I deal with Anxiety.
I spent a couple days smh thinking that spending 17 hours in a car almost sounded better than a 2 hour flight. No I am not a masochist! What I am is ‘experienced’. It’s sad to say, but dealing with people at the airport can be just as mentally and physically draining as making a 17 hour drive. Often times, people are pushy, judgmental, and downright rude, especially to individuals with “invisible illnesses”.
In the past, I have let other people’s opinions, push me to try to handle more than I could. I have fallen numerous times at the airport because I insisted on trying to “do…
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Il governo di Malta presenta la prima lettura di un disegno di legge per regolamentare la produzione di cannabis medicinale sull’isola
Il ministro dell’Economia, Chris Cardona, questa settimana ha presentato la prima lettura di un disegno di legge che disciplinerebbe la produzione di cannabis medicinale a Malta.
Parlando in parlamento il mese scorso , il ministro della Sanità, ha detto Chris Fearne che oltre a facilitare la disponibilità di cannabis medicinale nel paese, il governo avrebbe anche cercare come “gravi ragazzi” possono ottenere le licenze per la fabbricazione di prodotti cannabis sull’isola .
Ha anche detto che la misura servirebbe ad abbassare i prezzi della cannabis medica per i nostri cittadini.
Modifiche alla tossicodipendenza (trattamento, non incarcerazione) hanno cominciato a lottare il mese scorso, e Fearne ha detto di sperare le modifiche entrino in vigore entro l’inizio di febbraio.
Il governo non vuole essere lasciato fuori dalla carriera nell’industria della cannabis medica che si sta svolgendo in Europa e nel resto del mondo. La produzione di cannabis medicinale sull’isola aiuterà i pazienti maltesi ad ottenere, più facilmente ed a un prezzo più competitivo, la cannabis medicinale e i suoi derivati.
Are you a current or former KY Law Enforcement Officer?
Now is the time to get active. We have a real chance of passing HB166 medical cannabis for KY patients, but KY law enforcement is standing in the way.
The KY Association of Police Chiefs has come out publicly in opposition of HB166. As you can imagine they hold a lot of clout in KY’s law making process.
They’ve come out against medical cannabis not because fear of drug abuse as they state, but fear of funding cuts & job loss. They’d rather continue arresting the sick & dying than think about potentially loosing funding. If they were really wanting to curb drug use law enforcement should take a serious look at cannabis as states allowing its use have seen an 11% reduction in opioid prescriptions, and a near 25% reduction in overdoses. What other program has had results…
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The measure restricts civil asset forfeiture funds from being used for the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Domestic Cannabis Eradication / Suppression Program. The bill would prohibit the transfer of property that would be used for cannabis eradication from a federal or state/local agency and ensures precious federal resources are not wasted on marijuana eradication.
With the Justice Department having rescinded Obama-era directives limiting the federal government’s involvement in marijuana states, and with the future of the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment uncertain, it is essential that elected officials address this measure and halt officials from taking civil actions against state-compliant operators who have never even been convicted of a crime.
Now that one in five Americans resides in a jurisdiction where the adult use of cannabis is legal under state statute, and the majority of citizens reside someplace where the medical use of cannabis is legally authorized, it’s more important than ever to defang the DEA.
Upon introduction, Rep. Lieu said:
“The Federal Government has a responsibility to spend taxpayer money wisely. Instead, AG Jeff Sessions would rather waste federal dollars by attacking marijuana, which has been legalized either for medical or recreational use in the majority of states in the U.S. The DEA’s Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program is a waste of time and money and runs contrary to the will of the people.”
Upon introduction, Rep. Amash said:
Civil asset forfeiture is an unconstitutional practice whereby the government takes people’s property without due process. The DEA’s use of proceeds acquired through civil asset forfeiture to expand marijuana enforcement—a state-level issue—makes the already unacceptable practice even worse. I’m pleased to introduce the Stop Civil Asset Forfeiture Funding for Marijuana Suppression Act along with Rep. Lieu to end this program.
Rep. Lieu additionally included a message from NORML Political Director Justin Strekal in his announcement of the bill:
“Never in modern history has there existed greater public support for ending the nation’s nearly century-long experiment with marijuana prohibition. With eight states and the District of Columbia now having legalized its personal use and 30 states having legalized medical marijuana, it is time that the DEA cease interfering with state-legal programs and stop wasting taxpayer dollars that would be better directed at going after the pill-mills contributing to the nations opioid crisis.”