On Monday, May 14, 2018, Pennsylvania became the first state to add opioid addiction to its list of approved conditions for medicinal cannabis.
Whether you are just starting out in the cannabis industry and looking to setup a grow facility, or you are a veteran in the field, one thing is clear: Advancements in lighting, design, cultivation, and technology abound for grow facilities.
One of the most promising new medicinal treatment options in modern history was quietly freed just months after it was roughly handcuffed and hauled off to jail by a Justice Department memo.
The online news service NJ Spotlight hosted a half-day event on May 11, 2018, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Hamilton, New Jersey, titled “Marijuana Legalization in NJ: Understanding the Opportunity and Challenges.” The event was sponsored by WeedMaps, Archer Attorneys at
Mike James, a free agent with the National Football League (NFL) and former running back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Detroit Lions, is the first NFL athlete to apply for a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) for cannabis. James’s physician, Dr.
Steep Hill, the global leader in cannabis science, genetics, research, testing, and analytics headquartered in Berkeley, California, announced plans this week to expand into the global cannabis market.
The cannabis industry has been taking a hard look at the science behind their products and the various contaminants that can inadvertently be added to consumer goods.
The second annual World Medical Cannabis Conference & Expo was held April 12–14, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The origins of cannabis appear to be rooted in Central Asia, with evidence of fiber use dating to 10,000 BC (1) and medicinal use dating to 3000 BC (2-4).