Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Cannabusiness

NFL And Players’ Union Looking At Marijuana For Pain

In what could be a landmark decision, the NFL Players Association is now studying cannabis and how well it may work for NFL players and their pains.

5 Brilliant Marijuana Business Ideas Killed By Regulations

We can’t help but bemoan when “robust” state cannabis regulations take the fun and creativity out of marijuana business ideas.

Walk-In Marijuana Clinics A Hit In Tampa Bay

The founder of California based Tetra Health Care has opened six walk-in marijuana clinics in Florida, five of them in the Tampa Bay area.

Should California Start Its Own Bank For Marijuana Businesses?

Cannabis industry businesses and professionals face more challenges—due to legal restrictions and drug stigmas—than seen in any other marketplace in the United States.

Denver Roofer Offers Reefer To Drum Up Business

A Denver roofer is making offer cannabis lovers can't refuse: 'Get a roof, get some weed!" Masterpiece Roofing promises to make good on the offer.

Las Vegas Marijuana Tour Buses Hit Legal Speed Bump

While a few upscale bus companies started making their plans to create marijuana themed buses, but Nevada nixed the idea.

In Maine, 20% Tax On Recreational Marijuana Likely To Pass

In Maine, it is proposed that a 20 percent tax be applied to recreational marijuana, breaking down to a 10 percent excise tax and 10 percent sales tax.

Marijuana Temple Balls: What Are They?

Marijuana temple balls aren’t just lovely to look at. They have a history, and a punch-packing high that have people talking.

What To Expect From Maine’s Recreational Marijuana Market

Maine became the eighth state to legalize marijuana in 2016. But what can you expect from Maine’s recreational marijuana market?

This Machine Will Tell You How Strong Your Weed Is In One Minute

This small “push-button” mass spectrometer can identify and break down various compounds in cannabis plants and tell you how strong your weed is.

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Cannabis Moves Closer To Circle K

It has been argued that if cannabis is rescheduled and treated like alcohol or tobacco, cannabis products could end up in convenience stores.

Ask Mister Manners, Thomas P. Farley: ‘I Hate Splitting The Check’

Mister Manners, Thomas P. Farley, is a nationally regarded expert who appears regularly in the media to discuss modern-day etiquette dilemmas.

Study Says Older Marijuana Users Have Lower BMIs And More Likely To Work Out

A study suggests Americans over the age of 60 show a connection between marijuana use and leading a more active lifestyle.

‘Half Baked 2’ Movie May Actually Happen, But With A Catch

The cult classic stoner flick will finally get a sequel more than two decades later, but is it the one Half Baked fans deserve?