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We are here to help you with the choice of Cannabis strain you should opt for. With growing acceptance, there are bigger business opportunities. Also, you can enjoy your own farm without worries of availability and prices.

Marijuana legalization is in the air. However, the rates are fairly high and heavy taxes are also imposed. This is done by the government in order to maintain traffic.

There are many Cannabis strains available in the market. It is smart to grow your farm right now. Right now, marijuana in the US is like bitcoins back in 2010. Invest now and benefit later!

Some strains of marijuana are easy to grow while some are not. Some have more requirements than others. Some are more adjusted to your flavour and some are too heavy on your wallet. There are many types of these strains with particular perks.

Being a nuance grower, you need marijuana strains with high persistence and fewer requirements. The strain should require fewer personal skills and also should have resistance to pests.

Also Read: Massachusetts Loosens Restrictions on Marijuana

However, when you enter the market at first, you might go astray. The reason is the deluge of strain choices out there. You’ll understand what I’m referring to once you enter Marijuana Seed Bank.

There are more or less 1000 marijuana strain types out there and you’ll not be able to choose one. Given that you’re new to the field, I’ll suggest a few which will hopefully suit your choice and skillset.

So, what are we waiting for? Let’s start without any further ado. Read carefully and make a smart choice:

 

Blue Dream

This is a Sativa cannabis strain. Blue Dream is one of the mainstream strains. It is very well celebrated among the general public. The reason is it’s the blissful and long-lasting effect.

Blue dream is famous for extra high sensations and ultimate feelings of relaxation when ingested. Due to these qualities, this product has maximum public outreach.

With these benefits, you also enjoy less maintenance and other requirements from the product. This amazing mixture of super silver haze and blueberry Indica is well suited for many.

The drug is very potent with 24% THC content. 2% of CBD constituents offer medical benefits as well. No need to be tense about root rot and powder mildew as this baby are almost resistant.

However, you should be careful not to grow this product outdoor as it is sensitive to outdoor conditions. These include climate change and insect infestation due to sweet smell.

 

White Widow

This strain has an international reputation. If you grow this one, you can expand your business easily. It is also ideal for new growers. The plant gets its name from bulky layers of white trichomes on it.

White widow is a highly potent strain that grows in 10 weeks. This strain among others is used as pain, stress and depression reliever. High TCH content also offers profound relaxation.

This plant requires very little attention even during intense cold conditions while indoor. This can prove a perfect choice for you!

 

     Also Read: Here’s why CBD Oil Should become a Household Name

 

Gorilla Glue

This Sativa strain has a tough of Chem Sister, Chocolate Diesel and Sour Dub.  This is one of the easiest strains to grow with a relatively very short time constraint of 8 to 9 weeks.

Growing conditions are also not very strict and room temperature works well enough. 28% of THC content makes it a good time relaxer which many prefer.

 

There are some other types of cannabis strain that are good for you including Northern light and Blue Cheese. Both are easy to grow and common in public. They grow well indoors with minimum lighting. I hope this article serves you well enough. Good luck!

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Cannabis reforms in Mexico – Will it join Canada and Uruguay?

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New cannabis reforms in mexico have legalized adult-use will legalize adult-use marijuana upon approval.

The Mexican Senate has finally granted approval to cannabis reforms in the region after stalling the debate for almost two long years.

Earlier this month, senators were circulating a draft bill on the issue in hopes of getting these cannabis reforms moved to the full Senate floor for approval. Luckily for them, a joint hearing session was finally held today after being delayed for months due to the pandemic.

The Senate floor has cast 82 votes in favor of the bill, while 18 votes were cast against it.  Moreover, about 7 senators abstained from voicing their opinion on the issue.

Although a big accomplishment for legalization advocates, the bill still has to surpass major hurdles before reforms can be fully implemented. Upon success, these changes will make Mexico the third country to fully legalize adult-use marijuana after Uruguay and Canada.

Many legalization advocates are hoping that lawmakers would now use this opportunity to devise policies that could have positive impacts on society. According to some, this move can be a ‘historic opportunity’ to ‘repair the harms of prohibition’ inflicted upon the residents of the community.

Moving forwards, the legalization bill still has to gain approval from the lower legislative chamber and get signatures from President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. This will only be possible if the President doesn’t have any reservations about the legislatures proposed through the bill and signs it into the law.

Supreme Court issues deadline for cannabis reform implementation

In October of 2019, the Supreme Court had granted an extension to legislators to thoroughly review the issue. When senators were unable to reach a consensus, the new deadline was moved to April 2020. However, due to restrictions on in-person meetings, the process was delayed once again and another extension was granted.

For now, the new deadline set by the Supreme Court is December 15th. Senate President Eduardo Ramirez is hopeful that this time the legislative reforms would be achieved within the due date set by the court.

Cannabis Legalization Efforts in Mexico

The issue of cannabis legalization was brought to light when President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador assumed office in 2018. According to Senator Olga Sanchez Coredo, the prohibition of marijuana has claimed thousands of lives, fed violence, and magnified poverty in the nation. “We don’t want more deaths. It will be a major contribution to bringing peace to our beloved country.”

This announcement was in line with Supreme Court rulings that lifted the legal ban on the drug. Prohibition of the drug was deemed unconstitutional after this ruling. All other courts had to follow suit because as per Mexican law if the chamber of the Supreme Court has the same ruling on any matter five or more times, the decision becomes a compulsory precedent for all other courts and judges.

Proposals Made in the Cannabis-Reform Bill in Mexico

Although the legislative process has been distraught with a lot of delays, it has made some noticeable progress nonetheless.

Earlier in March, a joint meeting was held between the members of Justice, Health, Legislative  Studies, and Public Safety Committees. During this meeting, the Mexican Senate Committees signed off the bill that made the following proposed cannabis reforms:

  • There would be separate regulations on THC products that would not be applicable to hemp and CBD. 
  • Adults 18 or above can possess and cultivate marijuana for personal use. The possession limit is set at 28 grams, although holding up to 200 grams is still decriminalized.
  • Public consumption of the drug would be legal, provided it is carried out in completely smoke-free zones.
  • These adults will be allowed to grow up to 20 registered plants; provided the cumulative yield stays under 480 grams per year.
  • Medical marijuana patients will be allowed to cultivate more than 20 plants upon proper request applications.
  • There will be a 12% tax imposed on cannabis sales, with part of the proceeds allocated towards substance abuse treatment.
  • The Mexican Institute of Regulation and Control of Cannabis would responsible for moderating and licensing marijuana businesses.

Although the legislative changes depict significant flexibility of law, advocates demand more to be done. One of their major concerns is the high level of penalties that will be imposed on individuals for rule violations. They are also pressing for ensuring equal opportunities in the industry for all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CBD – A Blessing for Athletes

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CBD is being used by athletes to soothe a number of problems including muscles relaxing, sleep moderation and pain relief.

Out of the many users of CBD, sportsmen, and athletes are an expanding market of interest for businesses. The popularity has been so high that in September of 2019, a group of athletes joined together to launch MotiveCBD, a brand dedicated to meet the needs of this profession.

MotiveCBD has introduced products that are aimed at helping athletes improve their performance and recover from strenuous physical activity. According to Corey Poches, founder and CEO of MotiveCBD, “We provide a line of consistently-tested CBD products, formulated to fit any routine, that helps athletes of all ages, shapes, and sizes recover from sports-related conditions.”

The existence of a complete line of CBD products dedicated fully to sportsmen and athletes shows that there is a big demand for it. For those who still doubt its therapeutic benefits, here are a few accounts by professional sports personalities who believe in its efficacy:

Teal Stetson-Lee: Professional Cyclist

Hailed as Nevada’s first cannabis-backed professional athlete, Teal Stetson Lee is not only a user of CBD but also a partner in companies that sell it. She took a huge leap of faith by associating herself with KYND Cannabis Company and the MYT Dispensary at the peak of her professional career. She believes it was necessary to take this stance to help shatter the stigma associated with the drug.

When it comes to using CBD, she believes that its tinctures and creams are very helpful in soothing sore muscles and healing injuries.

Kerri Walsh Jennings: Olympic Beach Volleyball Player

Kerri Walsh is a three-time gold medalist and professional beach volleyball player. She is a brand ambassador of cbdMD. In the ad campaigns of this company she can be seen applying their topical lotion on her elbows, probably to ease the pain. She also uses some products of cbdMD to help her sleep and improve her overall well-being.

Judith Hagger: Professional Triathlete

When asked to describe her experience with a product of the CBD company she endorses,  Judith Hagger her three words: supportive, strengthening, and therapeutic. She has also been using the products by Spirit of Hemp as a sleeping aid and muscle relaxant.

How Does CBD actually work for Athletes?

Having gone over real-life examples of athletes who use CBD for relief from different conditions, let’s look at the science behind it.

The undeniable natural bond between cannabinoids and cannabis

The endocannabinoid system of the human body is a very complex system of different chemical processes. As it was discovered comparatively recently to other body mechanisms, scientists are still struggling to understand its actual nature.

From what is known today, the ECS has three important components: cannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes. Its main role is to maintain a state of homeostasis in the body and ensure a smooth function of other physiological processes.

The cannabinoids that make-up the ECS hold a striking resemblance to the cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Therefore, by feeding exo-cannabinoids to the ECS, a lot of imbalances that occur in the body can be successfully resolved.

This explains why CBD and other cannabis derivatives work effectively to soothe neuropathy, arthritis, seizures, and other physical ailments. Its effectiveness in treating extreme and rare types of seizures has been so effective that the FDA eventually approved Epidiolex for treatment.

Are there any risks with using CBD?

The best part about using CBD for soothing any condition is that it is safe. Most people confuse it with THC, the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant that causes a euphoric feeling in users.

To clear this misconception, let’s begin from the top. The cannabis family produces two strains of plants: hemp and marijuana. CBD can be extracted from both of these sources. Here’s the twist, CBD derived from hemp contains a fairly low percentage of THC than that derived from marijuana. Although both have the same CBD structures, hemp provides a more purified version.

This is why hemp-derived CBD products are legal all across the USA. These products can contain THC concentration that is as low as 0.3% – a safe window. This makes it free from side-effects like addiction and dependence for the users. So if you are an athlete or someone who loves strenuous exercises, go get your favorite brand of CBD.

 

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Argentina’s first cannabis medicine to debut in 2021

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First cannabis medicine in Argentina increases hope for the cannabis industry.

It’s been eleven years since marijuana was decriminalized in Argentina. Lawmakers in the country have been reluctant in granting the industry a green signal for the longest time now. However, this year Argentina has finally gotten the ball rolling for its industry by announcing the launch of its first-ever cannabis medicine.

Argentina’s National Administration of Drugs, Foods and Medical Devices has recently authorized Laboratorio Alef Medical Argentina to launch Convuidiol. The contract is going to be valid for the next five years. During this period, Alef Medical Argentina will continue to provide high quality and international grade cannabis medicine to the market.

Argentina’s First-Ever Cannabis Medication

Convupidiol is going to embark on its journey as a debutant locally produced cannabis medicine in Argentina. Just like Epidiolex, it is going to be among the very few cannabis-infused drugs that are approved by the FDA. It is expected to reach patients by the start of next year if everything goes according to plan.

Derived from parts of the cannabis plant, each milliliter of the medication will contain around 100 mg of CBD. It will be available in the form of an oral solution and sold in 35 ml bottles. Its inactive ingredients include pharmaceutical-grade sesame oil and a vanilla flavoring for an enhanced taste.

Convupidiol will be used to treat certain types of seizures. It is considered safe for use by children as young as 2 years old. All those above this age are eligible to use the medicine upon approval from certified physicians.

Being the first of its kind type of product in Argentina, Convupidiol is setting the path straight for other similar products. If the legislation shows more flexibility, the market of cannabis and its derivatives can bring a welcoming change in the country’s economy.

Argentina’s Marijuana Laws

It takes a lot of time before legislative changes can take effect and show their impact on the economy. The launch of Convupidiol in Argentina is a classic example that reflects the scenario.

Although the medicinal usage of marijuana was legalized in the country in March of 2017, it took almost four years for the first cannabis medicine to be produced. Ideally, it would have been a great progressive step if productions of cannabis medicine were to start immediately. In contrast to this, sources have claimed that Alef Medical Argentina has yet to obtain approval for its first batch of production.

The move is expected to improve prospects within the cannabis industry but experts believe there is still a long road ahead. According to a report, the local legal cannabis market in Argentina only meets about a fraction of the demand of the population. A majority of these needs are met with imports under a special scheme that allows the ‘compassionate-use’ of medical marijuana products.

“This is a solution for cannabis companies that want to export to individual patients in countries such as Brazil or Argentina but face the logistical and economic impracticality of having to obtain at origin an export permit for each individual shipment,” says Bruno Guella, MD of MVD Free Airport.

Barriers in the industry

The progress of practical steps to relax laws in the cannabis industry has been very slow in Argentina. One of the most historic moves by the government was perhaps a unanimous approval to legalize medicinal usage of cannabis in the country. All 58 senators who were present during the voting session on cannabis legalization favored it.

Although the new laws do permit medical usage of marijuana, only limited strains are qualifiable to pass the legal barrier. Not all cannabis derivatives are permitted to be used, even medicinally. In addition, only a limited number of qualifying medical conditions make a patient eligible to receive treatment through marijuana. This has created many barriers for those outside the list of qualifying conditions to get access to treatment.

In addition to this, cultivation, resale, and production of the plant are strictly prohibited for personal recreational use. Those found committing the crime can be jailed for 15 years on top of paying fines. Only government authorized agencies can permit or process cultivation, production and resale of the drug.

However, the legislature makes a provision for importing certain products.

The costs associated with the import of products have forced many patients to depend on the illicit drug market.

 

 

 

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