How to Make Marijuana Milk

Many great dishes and recipes call for one of my favorite things, dairy, specifically milk. Hot chocolate, béchamel sauce, country gravy, are just the first few things that come to my mind that have a milk or cream base. If you have not learned by now, anything that can be medicated will get medicated around here, and this time we will tackle marijuana milk. This is another simple recipe to medicate and add to your… (c) Cannabis Culture - Read entire story

Ontario Considers Licensing Cannabis Lounges

Ontario is considering licensing lounges where people can consume marijuana when the drug becomes legal across Canada, according to regulations published by the province for public comment. Ontario is considering licensing lounges where people can consume marijuana when the drug becomes legal across Canada, according to regulations published by the province for public comment. The province also wants the public to weigh in on the idea of Read entire story

BMO Marks First Foray by a Major Canadian Bank in Marijuana Sector with $175M Deal

The big banks may be starting to warm up to the marijuana sector amid a spree of fundraising deals. Bank of Montreal broke new ground Wednesday for the “Big Five” Canadian lenders with its participation in a major marijuana deal. Smiths Falls, Ont.-based Canopy Growth Corp., Canada’s largest licensed producer of medical cannabis, announced a bought deal Wednesday of a little more than five million shares of the company, valued at approximately Read entire story

Aphria Buying Broken Coast Cannabis for $230M in Stock and Cash

Broken Coast operates an expanding indoor cannabis production facility on Vancouver Island. Licensed marijuana producer Aphria Inc. has signed a deal to buy Broken Coast Cannabis Inc., a cannabis producer on Vancouver Island, in a transaction it valued at $230 million in cash and stock. Under the agreement, Aphria will pay up to $10 million in cash with the remainder in shares based on a deemed price of $15.09 per share. "Adding one of Read entire story

Canada’s Largest Cannabis Producer Moves Into B.C. Greenhouses

CANNABIS CULTURE - Canada's biggest licensed cannabis producer is coming to British Columbia. Ontario's Canopy Growth Corporation has announced a new definitive joint venture agreement with an unnamed greenhouse operator in B.C. In an October 11 press release, Canopy Growth committed $20 million to the new company, BC Tweed Joint Venture Inc., in order to convert 1.3 million square feet of greenhouse space to cannabis production. The 30-acre Read entire story

Cannabis, the Holy Grail and the Secrets of the Templars?

I think today's, October, Friday the 13th, may in fact be the 100th anniversary since the Templars were rounded up and arrested on that date, in 1307! In celebration of this onerous date, I thought I'd release a little taste of what I have been working on in regards to the Templars relationship with cannabis and some of the claims that have been made about it from various sources, that I have been putting together for my… (c) Cannabis Read entire story

B.C., Alberta, Nova Scotia Seek Feedback on Proposed Cannabis Regulations

CANNABIS CULTURE – The governments of British Columbia, Alberta, and Nova Scotia are currently seeking public feedback regarding proposed cannabis regulations in each province. B.C. residents have until November 1, 2017, at 4PM to complete an online feedback form about the provincial government's proposed regulations – which cover issues such as the legal age of sale, impaired driving regulations, and public consumption – as well as attitudes Read entire story

Toronto Takes on Canna Clinic Marijuana Dispensary in Court Battle with a Lot on the Line

Police have raided Canna Clinic dispensaries multiple times, but shops keep reopening. The City of Toronto has gone to court to try to shut down a prominent marijuana dispensary that keeps reopening in the wake of police raids, while the pot shop's owners are asking the same judge to exempt its operations from both local bylaws and federal drug rules. A judge with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has reserved her decision following Read entire story

Marijuana Should Be Available At Private Retailers, Two-Thirds Of Canadians Say

Plans for provincially-run retail networks are running headlong into public opinion. Two-thirds of Canadians would allow licensed marijuana growers to open their own retail outlets to sell the product, according to a new poll. The survey of 5,000 Canadians from Oracle Poll found 65 per cent of respondents would support retail marijuana outlets owned by licensed growers. It comes amid plans by the governments of Ontario and New Brunswick to go in Read entire story

Cannabis V Cancer, Dr Frank Investigates.

CANNABIS CULTURE- Whilst the jury is out on whether cannabis can cure cancer, there are a heck of a lot of people saying that using it helps at least. At the moment, cannabis is usually recommended for help in overcoming the side-effects of chemotherapy, rather than the cancer itself. However, there is an increasing amount of evidence - mostly observed - coming out that cannabis has anti-cancer properties as well, suggesting that it has Read entire story

Officials In Legal-Weed States Push Back Against Jeff Sessions’ Marijuana Criticisms

Alaska and Washington present more evidence that marijuana legalization is working, but the attorney general appears willing to ignore the facts. Government officials from Alaska and Washington have pushed back against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who sent threatening letters to the states and questioned the efficacy of their marijuana legalization and regulatory programs. In letters obtained by HuffPost that are dated Aug. 1 and Aug. 14, Read entire story

California Finds ‘Pot of Gold’ in Wine and Weed

On a warm summer evening at a vineyard in Sonoma, California, a group of well-heeled guests gathered at a local Sonoma vineyard sipping rose, feasting on food... and smoking cannabis. The event was hosted by marijuana entrepreneurs looking to build bridges with longtime winemakers. "I think that as we see it become more socially acceptable, you will see more and more people open to giving it a try," said Sam Edwards, president of the Read entire story

Medical Marijuana’s Legal, but Schools Fear Crackdown if Students Use it

School districts are in a quandary over students who use medical marijuana, with some fearing that any help they offer could land them in jail. Voters in November agreed to legalize pot for medical purposes but it’s also a popular recreational drug considered illegal by the federal government. And that has raised a number of questions as districts scramble to put policies in place. Among them: -- Will local schools store the drug on Read entire story

Minnesota’s Medical Marijuana Clinics Open Doors to PTSD Patients

Marine Corps veteran Ed Erdos tried medical marijuana to ease his pain, and found that it also eased his mind. He enrolled with the Health Department’s Office of Medical Cannabis last year in search of relief from the pain and muscle spasms caused by injuries he suffered in a helicopter crash. But along with pain relief came relief from the anxiety, intrusive thoughts and fear that haunted him for years as a result of service-related… (c) Read entire story

Curiosity for Cannabis Increasing in the Maritimes Ahead of Legalization

There is growing concern about an increase in cannabis choices hitting the market. New regulations are less than a year away, but in the meantime customers are already have more access to products than ever before. Chris Enns of the Farm Assist Cannabis Resource Centre says curiosity for cannabis has grown since the federal government announced it will soon be legalized. "Many of our customers want to be able to smell and touch the Read entire story

Medical Cannabis Oil Named After 11-Year-Old Boy with Severe Epilepsy

Billy used to have up to 100 seizures per day, but is now 250 days seizure-free after having product prescribed on NHS. An 11-year-old boy with severe epilepsy has become the poster child for a “miraculous” medical marijuana product after his family claim it saved his life. Billy Caldwell began taking cannabis oil for his seizures after seeing a childhood epilepsy expert in California, where medical marijuana is legal, last year. When he returned Read entire story

Entrepreneur who suffered a horrific accident is now spreading the word about ‘life-changing’ cannabis oil

It was a life-changing moment that caused Michal Takac to start his business. A decade ago, he lost three fingers after they were crushed in an industrial printing press, resulting in excruciating pain – and scars. Doctors prescribed him countless drugs and medicated creams but he found little relief. Eventually he sought his own solutions. It was then that he discovered the remarkable healing powers of cannabidiol (CBD), a natural, legal and Read entire story

Chronic Pain, PTSD Now Qualify for Medical Marijuana

Next month, the qualifying medical conditions the state allows for medical cannabis use will expand to include chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder. The law also inserts language to inform users of the potential loss of federal rights. Gov. Chris Sununu signed House Bill 160 on June 28 that expanded the medical conditions that give more leeway for doctors to recommend the use of medical cannabis. While New Hampshire’s medical marijuana Read entire story

New Coffee Pods Promise a Two-Way Buzz: From Marijuana and Caffeine

Want your morning coffee to come with a little extra buzz? Brewbudz just might do the trick. A company called Cannabiniers on Wednesday launched the Brewbudz, which is “the world’s first cannabis infused coffee, tea and cocoa pods.” The pods are compatible with all Keurig and Keurig 2.0 brewers, making your morning wake and bake as simple as pushing a button. Brewbudz are available in different dosing strengths from 10 mg to 50 mg of… (c) Read entire story

Where Cannabis Users will be Allowed to Smoke is Still Up in the Air

Ottawa's timeline for legalizing pot by next July 'will be challenging,' Yasir Naqvi tells Metro Morning. As the provincial government continues to hammer out the details of cannabis legalization in Ontario, the issue of where pot smokers will be allowed to light up is at the top of some people's minds. Last week the province posted a public survey online to solicit opinions on various aspects of the impending legalization of marijuana, and it Read entire story