Imagine a restaurant where you can order dark chocolate infused with cannabis, or where you can pick a pre-rolled joint from a menu and light up at your table.
People caught three times using so-called recreational drugs could have their passports confiscated and driving licences seized under the proposals, the Government has announced.
Americans’ attitudes toward marijuana are changing across the country. With four more states joining the fold in November, 15 states and Washington, D.C. have now legalized marijuana for recreational use, and 34 states allow its use for medical reasons.
9,000 Brits now take cannabis on prescription for medical conditions such as chronic pain, anxiety and PTSD
9,000 people in Britain are now taking cannabis legally for medical conditions.
Tomorrow, 3,071 prisoners locked up for cannabis-related drug crimes will be released from prisons all over Thailand.
Asweet smell wafts through the air, as two men weave through the small room tightly packed with cannabis plants, growing high above their shoulders in a flush of intoxicating flora.
New York state has approved 52 licenses to cultivate marijuana for adult use. For those who are in that group, the license presents a big opportunity.
Anyone 21 and older can now legally buy weed in New Jersey. And, at least according to the law as written, that includes police officers.
420 will be celebrated by thousands of weed smokers today, who will gather to either celebrate the drug or protest its illegality.
Marijuana has been a hot topic for a while now. It is a controversial subject, and some people are still convinced that it’s not safe to use weed.
The debate over whether or not to legalise cannabis in the UK for medical and recreational purposes has raged for decades now.
When Russian tanks rolled into the Ukraine last Thursday, perhaps the last thing on anyone’s mind was how the largest ground war in Europe since WWII would affect the nascent cannabis industry.
Much to the chagrin of ‘project fear’ prohibitionists, yet another study has found that legalising cannabis has no effect whatsoever on the number of young people who use it.
Thailand first Asian country to move to decriminalise marijuana – giving people green light to grow it at home
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana – giving people the green light to grow the plant at home.
Malta will this week become the first European country to legalise the cultivation and possession of cannabis for personal use.
Let’s be honest, not everyone enjoys the stoned-feeling cannabis has to offer. If you were to go around and ask people what they thought of their cannabis experience, you’re bound to find one person or another claiming it made them feel horrible. As though they were having a “bad trip.”
Following a report by Ben Ramanauskas of the TaxPayers’ Alliance which covered everything from police spending, prisons, courts, NHS it seems legalisation would help so many other parties.
Cannabis is a master at tickling your nose with an impressive range of scents that either leave you wanting more or squirming with disgust.
UK firm 4C Labs has been given the first licence to cultivate medical cannabis in Guernsey.
Uber is making its first foray into the marijuana market, as Uber Eats users in Ontario, Canada will soon be able to order cannabis products on the app.
The country’s next coalition government plans to keep cannabis tightly regulated, party representatives said. Recreational use of cannabis is only legal in two other EU countries.
The idea of being able to legally possess small amounts of cannabis and use it for fun may excite some New Mexicans, but it raised alarm bells for others.
Marijuana has been a hot topic for a while now. It is a controversial subject, and some people are still convinced that it’s not safe to use weed. However, the medical benefits of marijuana cannot be denied.
Curious about edibles vs. smoking when it comes to marijuana consumption? That’s no surprise. Smoking is pretty well known, but edibles are still a mystery to a lot of people.
Marvin Yeoman, 74, had tried cannabis as a young adult, but for his wife, it was new. “I never, never, ever even thought about marijuana when I was growing up — never in college, as a young adult or as a middle-aged adult,” said Rene Yeoman, 71. “It was just not even something that was on my radar.”
Switzerland will draw up a draft law for the legalisation of cannabis usage, after a parliamentary commission ruled the drug should no longer be banned.
According to the German website Deutsche Welle (DW), under new laws presented by the country’s government, people aged 18 and over will be allowed to grow up to four plants for personal use and carry three grams in public. Trade in seeds will be permitted