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Wentworth cannabis facility releases new strain | Truro News

Wentworth cannabis facility releases new strain | Truro News

WENTWORTH, N.S. The cannabis production facility in Wentworth has introduced a third strain to its retail lineup. The new line is called Mirage, an indica-dominant hybrid, and is billed as Breathing Green Solutions strongest strain in its SKOSHA line up and which makes it “ideally suited for evening enjoyment,” the …

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Holidays got you down? A look at cannabis and depression

As we entire the final week of November, and the burden of holidays and parties and expectations fast approaches in December, it’s never a better time to reflect on this topic.

Now that we have passed through another divisive election, we can think about other issues. The month of November has been designated as Movember as a tool to remind men about their health issues including prostate cancer and testicular cancer, but also mental health issues like anxiety and depression.     …

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NJ lawmakers weighing legislation legalizing cannabis

Lawmakers dropped an earlier proposal to phase in a higher rate over five years from 7 per cent to 25 per cent.

The legislation legalizes an ounce of cannabis for adults 21 and over, sets up a five-person cannabis commission and taxes cannabis at 12 percent TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey lawmakers have begun considering legislation to legalize recreational cannabis. A joint Democrat-led Assembly and Senate committee on Monday began discussing the …

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Trying cannabis for the first time

If you have the privilege of being the person introducing another to the herb, there are a few things to keep in mind.

As cannabis stigma dissipates into a cloud of fragrant vapor, young adults to seniors are coming out of the woodwork to finally try, or in some cases come back to, marijuana. There was even a Utah senator who filmed himself consuming an edible gummy in Nevada (where cannabis is legal) as …

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Big asset managers like BlackRock are sitting on the sidelines of the $75 billion US marijuana industry because of one big pain point

Big asset managers like BlackRock are sitting on the sidelines of the $75 billion US marijuana industry because of one big pain point

BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager, says it wants to invest in US marijuana stocks — but not quite yet. There’s one key problem: The $6.4 trillion asset manager can’t clear US pot stocks without banking middlemen called custodians. Until that changes, BlackRock’s hefty assets, along with those of other …

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