Recent Examples of cannabis from the Web
Ruth wants to rail against the Man; Travis wants to grow their shop into the Walmart of cannabis.
However, no studies have been done on menstrual pain specifically or on cannabis administered through the vagina.
Interestingly, each and every one of us possesses an endocannabinnoid system (ECS) that binds with cannabis.
Since 2010, one of the men found dead, Miranda, has been convicted of felonies including mob action, forgery, and possession of between 30 and 500 grams of cannabis, according to Kane County court records.
One projection, from the Canadian Parliamentary Budget Officer, is that 4.6 million people age 15 and over will use cannabis at least once and consume 655,000 kilograms next year, and that 5.2 million will be doing so by 2021.
A Quinnipiac University poll in February concluded that 59 percent of American voters believe cannabis should be legal.
When officers made contact with Kroon, reports stated, the smell of cannabis was coming from the vehicle.
Reports estimate that the cannabis industry will bring in $60 million in tax revenue over the next two years, and Nevada voters in November earmarked the tax money collected to be put into Nevada schools.
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Origin and Etymology of cannabis
First Known Use: 1783See Words from the same year
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