Making Cannabis Edibles

Opponents of the citizen initiative approved by voters in November to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Maine are calling for tough restrictions as the law is implemented. At a State House news conference Scott Gagnon of the No on One coalition cited the close margin of victory for supporters, and pointed to provisions […]

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It is distinctly possible that Tennessee could see the legalization of a comprehensive medical marijuana program in 2017. MERRY JANE reported earlier this week that state Representative Jeremy Faison and Senator Steve Dickerson, both Republicans, planned to introduce legislation in the near future aimed at giving patients with a variety of health conditions access to medical marijuana. […]

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A bulk of the marijuana recipes out there call for marijuana butter. There are other recipes that are based around other marijuana infused items, but marijuana butter is the most common based off of my experience. Other things are just as good or better at absorbing marijuana, but things made with butter taste so good! […]

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More and more “edible” companies have garnered attention with the legalization of recreational marijuana spreading across the United States — but what about marijuana “drinkables?” Puration, Inc., a company that specializes in cannabis extractions specifically in the food and drink wellness category, is making cannabis water a reality. They have announced the first delivery of […]

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Outside a Sonoma County Fairgrounds exhibition hall last weekend, hordes of happy pot lovers walked around the Emerald Cup harvest festival, already stoned or about to be. Inside the hall, a panel of entirely sober government officials discussed the ramifications of marijuana legalization, California’s complex and evolving regulatory structure, and tried to answer questions about the future […]

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Outside a Sonoma County Fairgrounds exhibition hall last weekend, hordes of happy pot lovers walked around the Emerald Cup harvest festival, already stoned or about to be. Inside the hall, a panel of entirely sober government officials discussed the ramifications of marijuana legalization, California’s complex and evolving regulatory structure, and tried to answer questions about the future […]

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By Keith Mansur Oregon Cannabis Connection (From the current Dec/Jan issue of OCC)   Oregon’s dispensary shelves are getting bare, and the supply of products is slim as we approach the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC ) license deadline for recreational dispensaries. Until December 31, 2016, Oregon’s medical dispensaries sold to the adult use (or […]

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When the state’s new marijuana law goes into effect Thursday, anyone age 21 or older will be able to possess and use up to an ounce of the drug for personal use. Whether 21 remains the legal age, though, could be determined by the state Legislature, which is expected to consider making a series of […]

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Tweet HEY EVERYONE, it’s almost Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Festivus! (Your choice—or celebrate them all!) Which means that in order to keep up relations and maintain societal norms, it’s time to spend money and buy things for people. Blah blah manger baby, yadda yadda eight days of oil—the real spirit of the season is giving people gifts. Also, getting […]

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California Monthly Brand Roundup – November 2016 Guest post by William Honaker of the Brightfield Group Our analysis of medical marijuana brand shares for November reveals a significant amount of volatility following the passage of Proposition 64, which sets California up for a legal recreational market. While Cheeba Chews and… read more at: https://www.newcannabisventures.com/california-cannabis-brands-vie-for-market-share-ahead-of-legalization/

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