Recent Examples of cannabis from the Web
Marijuana sales in Maine may be delayed after the governor vetoed a proposed law establishing a system to license, tax and track cannabis sales.
So are alcohol and cannabis, which can disrupt REM sleep significantly, and even sleeping pills, which increase light sleep at the expense of the deeper, more high-quality stuff.
Israeli firms and kibbutzim hope to make inroads into the nascent market for regulated and mass-produced medical cannabis products.
Emers and Hornig have found some success with s a new venture to grow cannabis from seed at Rosie Creek Farm, following strict state and local regulations on all aspects of the business.
Cho, who doesn’t use cannabis herself, seemed drawn to the cannabis industry by these challenges.
However, the Trump administration has still not provided its own guidance about cannabis.
All of the destruction Ferguson rained down on itself for the year that followed sprang from that one errant decision: An incensed 18-year-old, his mind addled by cannabis, gave a police officer no choice.
If allowed to proceed, PMS will start growing cannabis in December in a Scranton industrial park.
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Origin and Etymology of cannabis
First Known Use: 1783See Words from the same year
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