The cannabis industry is evolving across the globe. Every day new states share news about cannabis legalization, and new users share their experience of using cannabis to benefit their health. But, unregulated markets and changing policies are leaving people baffled about the legal status of cannabis. The decision about legalization came after decades of debate about what could be the impact of such a step on the society as well as the environment. Cannabis legalization could seem like a complete negative step from the top. But there are various benefits to the people that could come from this step which needs to be the focus for legal bodies. Here are some of the benefits that could come out of daring this step.
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The legalization of cannabis in around 40 countries (at least in part) for the recreational purpose have widened the traveling horizons for those who like to sniff, inject, smoke or consume this drug in any form either legally or illegally. Events like ‘Ganja Goddess Getaway’ organized in the month of May, in the South of San Francisco, is the proof that sex is no bar as far as the love for cannabis is concerned. Here, this is a time period assigned specially to contemporary women to indulge in yoga, informational classes, spa treatment besides enjoying smoking cannabis in glass water bong and its consumption which is served in every conceivable form be it CBD vape oil (smoking or inhalation), smoothies or tablets, CBD gummies (oral), lotions or creams (topical).
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Exchanges over consumption lounges in Denver is a heated topic. Finding appropriate locations for the businesses appease some concerns while anyone wishing to utilize them is a bit underwhelmed by the experience. In short, Full-Service is inaccessible due to rules on consent, and a lack of sanitizing standards for a “clean rig”. Without establishing standard practices for this, licensed public consumption will be BYOBud.
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At the beginning of 2019, the city of Denver rolled out a new initiative entitled the “Turn Over A New Leaf” program. From the city website, the program aims to overturn any low-level cannabis offense committed in Denver. This includes possession of less than 1 ounce of cannabis, and cases involving hemp, paraphernalia, or infused products. Since the 4th of July is upon us and is of course focused on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, I thought it would be a good time to talk to this program and why it matters to people.
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There is a new day dawning for plant based medicines, friends. The conversation around cannabis and psychedelics has changed vastly in the last decade, and the elections of 2019 have proven it. On May 7th, 2019 the city of Denver voted to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms, and on June 5th, 2019 the city of Oakland took it one step further, decriminalizing all plant-based entheogens. But what does that mean for these cities? And what now?
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