Cbd!

Scleruz, Ila?

Ho iniziato da qualche giorno l’assunzione di olio di cbd al 10%. Piacevolmente stupita!

“Il CBD, a differenza del THC, non ha effetti psicoattivi. Al contrario, aiuta a contrastare gli effetti psicoattivi del THC. Molte persone stanno cominciando infatti ad apprezzare il CBD e i suoi benefici, e diversi studi scientifici stanno portando avanti ricerche sugli effetti e sulle possibili applicazioni. L’interesse da parte della comunità scientifica per il potenziale terapeutico del CBD è sempre maggiore, è già stato utilizzato in diversi studi per il trattamento di numerose problematiche di salute ed è oggi riconosciuto tra gli elementi principali della “Cannabis Terapeutica””

Oggi in piscina mi sentivo un razzo 🚀 non mi fermava nessuno 😂

Ho acquistato questo prodotto aumentandone la percentuale, in quanto quella al 5% non mi dava gli effetti sperati.

Adesso devo lavorare sull’insonnia, questa maledetta continua a darmi il tormento.

Vediamo se l’assunzione costante manderà via…

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In Sardegna hanno proposto un referendum per legalizzare la cannabis senza aspettare l’Italia – DolceVita

In Sardegna è stata lanciata la proposta di un referendum consultivo per la legalizzazione della cannabis. La proposta è stata prodotta dal gruppo politico Articolo 1 – Mdp, che ha annunciato l’intenzione di partire nelle prossime settimane con la raccolta delle diecimila firme necessarie per richiedere il referendum.

«Si tratta di tre temi fondamentali per il rilancio dell’economia e per una svolta nel sistema amministrativo della Regione, in un periodo in cui l’Isola affronta un periodo difficile», ha detto il condigliere Paolo Zedda sottolineando che: «Esiste la prova scientifica che la cannabis sia molto meno pericolosa del tabacco e dell’alcol e i dati dicono che dove si è legalizzata, il consumo non è aumentato. In Sardegna il fatturato potrebbe essere di 250 milioni, con 10mila posti di lavoro come ricaduta occupazionale. Si tratterebbe del primo referendum di questo genere in Europa».

Ma l’Italia non è l’America e le regioni non hanno possibilità di legiferare in contrasto con la normativa nazionale su questi temi. La proposta appare quindi velleitaria e ovviamente non avrebbe nessun vincolo anche nel caso in cui il referendum dovesse realmente svolgersi. Difficilmente potrebbe dare frutti diversi dalla provocazione volta a rilanciare il dibattito sull’opportunità della legalizzazione a livello regionale e nazionale.

Già nel 2015 il movimento indipendentista Irs (Indipendentzia Repubrica de Sardigna) aveva depositato una proposta di legge che prevedeva la legalizzazione della cannabis in via sperimentale, il provvedimento riuscì anche ad approdare al voto dell’aula dove venne bocciato di misura (22 no e 19 si). Ora gli antiproibizionisti sardi rilanciano la provocazione per via referendaria.

Sorgente: In Sardegna hanno proposto un referendum per legalizzare la cannabis senza aspettare l’Italia – DolceVita

Sativa vs. Indica vs. Hybrid: What’s the Difference Between Cannabis Types?

When browsing Leafly or purchasing cannabis at a shop, you may notice strains are commonly broken up into three distinct groups: indica, sativa, and hybrid. Most consumers have used these three cannabis types as a touchstone for predicting effects:

Indica strains are believed to be physically sedating, perfect for relaxing with a movie or as a nightcap before bed.
Sativas tend to provide more invigorating, uplifting cerebral effects that pair well with physical activity, social gatherings, and creative projects.
Hybrids are thought to fall somewhere in between the indica-sativa spectrum, depending on the traits they inherit from their parent strains.
This belief that indicas, sativas, and hybrids deliver distinct effects is so deeply rooted in mainstream cannabis culture that budtenders typically begin their strain recommendations by asking you which of these three types you prefer.

However, data collected by cannabis researchers suggests these categories aren’t as prescriptive as one might hope—in other words, there’s little evidence to suggest that indicas and sativas exhibit a consistent pattern of chemical profiles that would make one inherently sedating and the other uplifting. We do know that indica and sativa cannabis look different and grow differently, but this distinction is primarily useful only to cannabis cultivators.

So how exactly did the words “indica” and “sativa” make it into the vernacular of cannabis consumers worldwide, and to what extent are they meaningful when choosing a strain?

The words “indica” and “sativa” were introduced in the 18th century to describe different species of cannabis: Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. The term sativa, named by Carl Linneaus, described hemp plants found in Europe and western Eurasia, where it was cultivated for its fiber and seeds. Cannabis indica, named by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, describes the psychoactive varieties discovered in India, where it was harvested for its seeds, fiber, and hashish production.

 

 

https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/sativa-indica-and-hybrid-differences-between-cannabis-types?utm_campaign=Roost&utm_source=Roost&utm_medium=push

Canapa tessile: Italia ed Austria insieme per ricostruire la filiera – DolceVita

Uno sforzo comune tra Italia ed Austria per provare a ricostruire una moderna filiera tessile. L’idea parte da Bolzano, dove all’Accademia europea della città hanno immaginato un progetto che possa studiare quali tipi di lavorazioni meccaniche servano per una moderna filiera della canapa tessile dalla raccolta in campo alla successiva lavorazione.

Anche in Alto Adige si sta parlando molto di canapa come possibilità soprattutto per i piccoli agricoltori in un’ottica di diversificazione delle colture. L’Accademia di Bolzano, che si occupa principalmente di sviluppo territoriale, ha quindi pensato ad un progetto per cercare di valorizzare una filiera della canapa regionale. L’idea è poi cresciuta ed ha iniziato a coinvolgere non solo soggetti della provincia di Bolzano ma anche in un’ottica più ampia vista la possibilità di proporre un progetto finanziato da fondi europei che rientri nel programma Interreg (programma che promuove lo sviluppo nell’area di confine, ndr) tra Italia ed Austria. Sono stati inclusi altri soggetti tra i quali il Fraunhofer Innovation Engineering Center, istituto di ricerca parte del più grande centro per la ricerca applicata in Europa, per quanto riguarda l’innovazione tecnologica e l’automazione industriale. Il progetto si occuperà di analizzare il livello tecnologico della produzione e le possibilità di ottimizzazione di tecnologie attualmente utilizzate nella filiera della canapa tessile dalla raccolta in campo alla successiva lavorazione.

Sorgente: Canapa tessile: Italia ed Austria insieme per ricostruire la filiera – DolceVita

(KY) This Week at the State Capitol

U.S. Marijuana Party Kentucky

January 26, 2018

This Week at the State Capitol

Proposed constitutional amendment on victims’ rights is first measure approved by General Assembly in 2018

FRANKFORT — The first bill passed by both chambers of the General Assembly this year is a measure that will allow voters to decide on a “bill of rights” for crime victims.

Senate Bill 3, more commonly known as Marsy’s Law, proposes adding a section to the Kentucky Constitution to give crime victims constitutional rights similar to those afforded to the convicted or accused.

The right to notice of proceedings, the right to reasonable protection from the accused, and the right to legal “standing,” which would give victims the constitutional right to assert their rights in court, are some of the rights included in Marsy’s Law.

Kentucky currently has crime victims’ rights listed in statute, but not in the state’s constitution.

Whether Kentucky amends the state…

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Judge Hears Case Challenging Florida Medical Marijuana Smoking Ban

Leon County Circuit Judge Karen Gievers

Should Florida medical marijuana patients be allowed to smoke their medicine? That’s the question a Leon County Circuit Judge must decide. On Jan. 26, 2018, Leon County Circuit Judge Karen Gievers heard the arguments for a case challenging a state law that bans the smoking of medical marijuana in the state.

The lawsuit was filed by Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan, the man who bankrolled the efforts for Florida medical marijuana legalization. According to the Sun Sentinel, state officials are trying to have the case dismissed because they say that the plaintiffs, who are not medical marijuana patients, have no standing to sue.

State officials also argued that a provision allowing the state legislature to ban public smoking also permits the legislature to ban smoking in private.

Pushing back against both claims, John Mills, who is arguing the case, says that the plaintiffs are not medical marijuana patients because they require a smokeable form of medical marijuana, which is not currently allowed under the law.

Mills went on to say that just because the state law allows for certain limitations, it doesn’t mean that other limitations are also permitted.

“You tell your kid, well, you can play in the mud outside, that does not mean you can play in the mud in the living room,” Mills said, as quoted by the Sun Sentinel. “And this says you can restrict smoking in public — that’s what it says. And so the implication in constitutional interpretation is you can’t restrict smoking inside when there’s a medical condition that justifies it.”

A decision as to whether to allow the case to proceed is expected in the coming days, although a deadline has not been set.

 

 

http://mjinews.com/judge-case-florida-medical-marijuana-smoking/

Cannabis Oil Bill Introduced in Idaho House Committee

Rep. Dorothy Moon

A member of an Idaho House committee is taking a shot at legalizing cannabis oil. On Jan. 25, 2018, during the House Health and Welfare Committee, Rep. Dorothy Moon proposed draft legislation, RS25862, that would permit residents to use medically prescribed cannabis oil.

“What this legislation would provide for is the lawful use of cannabidiol oil, CBD. It needs to be prescribed by a practitioner or a physician,” Moon said to the committee. “We’ll also make sure this CBD oil is legally obtained and does not exceed .3 THC.”

Under the draft legislation, prospective patients and caregivers would be required to apply to the Idaho Board of Pharmacy before receiving a cannabidiol registration card, as reported by the Associated Press.

Gov. Butch Otter

Idaho has had a shaky past with cannabis over the last few years. In 2015, Gov. Butch Otter vetoed S1146, a bill that would have permitted children prone to seizures to consume CBD oil. A year after that, a mother was charged for giving her 3-year-old a smoothie containing CBD in an effort to control her seizures.

 

The Health and Welfare Committee’s bill will have to pass a full hearing in order to continue to the next step in legalizing the cannabis derivative.

 

 

http://mjinews.com/idaho-house-committee-cannabis-oil-bill/

Canada is now the home of the world’s biggest marijuana company and this is what it means

While Canada is short ways away from the legalization of cannabis (with the expected date to be mid-2018), the country is already making strides to accommodate for what could be a potentially booming industry. Still months away from full legalization, Canada has just become the home of the world’s largest marijuana company.  Two Canadian companies: Aurora Cannabis and CanniMed Therapeutics have just merged, with Aurora Cannabis purchasing the smaller company for $1.1 billion dollars CAD. The joiner, by market value, forms the largest cannabis company in the world.

Sorgente: Canada is now the home of the world’s biggest marijuana company and this is what it means

Illinois Government begins hearings about legalizing Marijuana

The marijuana legalization debate  is beginning to heat up in Illinois, with many prominent politicians proposing recreational bills, writes Joseph Misulonas. And now the state’s legislature is starting to take notice.

Joseph Misulonas

The Illinois legislature has begun hearings to determine whether the state should legalize marijuana. The state is allowing various experts and other political figures to testify about the pros and cons of legalizing cannabis.

On Monday Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle testified about the racial disparity in enforcing marijuana laws. (Cook County contains the city of Chicago.) She told a story about her daughter visiting Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and seeing students openly smoking marijuana. Meanwhile in poorer areas of the state, marijuana possession can lead to years in jail.

“My youngest, who is college aged, went to visit one of her friends up at Northwestern and she came back and she said, ‘Mom, you won’t believe it. The kids walk up and down the streets smoking dope, and nobody says anything,” said Preckwinkle. “And then she said, ‘You know, if my friends and I did this in our neighborhood we’d be arrested.’”

As a fairly recent Northwestern alum, I would like to point out that I never saw anyone “walking up and down the streets smoking dope,” but the overall point about suburban kids using cannabis without punishment while poorer minorities cannot is a valid argument.

Many people believe the fate of marijuana legalization in Illinois relies on the outcome of next November’s gubernatorial election. Incumbent Republican Governor Bruce Rauner says he does not support legalizing marijuana recreationally.

Chris kennedy J.B. Pritzker Daniel Biss

Meanwhile, two of the Democrats (J.B. Pritzker and Daniel Biss) running for the gubernatorial nomination support legalization, and another one supports decriminalization and further research into the issue (Chris Kennedy).

If Rauner loses re-election to any of these Democrats, there’s a very real possibility Illinois could legalize marijuana in 2019

 

 

 

http://420intel.com/articles/2018/01/25/illinois-government-begins-hearings-about-legalizing-marijuana?utm_source=420+Intel+-+Marijuana+Industry+News&utm_campaign=fcfd38d00f-420+Intel&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3210cbef52-fcfd38d00f-270890321