Following the stockpiling trend, marijuana sales have fallen back to pre-pandemic daily averages.
While the black market is thriving in nearly every market where cannabis is sold — it was 60% of second quarter sales in Canada in 2019 — it appears to be particularly troublesome in California.
Heavy metals are clearly a serious concern for any cannabis grower.
When the gravity around the coronavirus finally struck Americans this past week, most rushed to buy the necessities to survive an extended period of isolation.
A survey conducted in California shows that many of the beliefs people have about the cannabis industry are wrong.
Recent behavior from The Bachelor contestants has caused us to wonder if they're allowed to smoke marijuana on the show.
It seems that California is following the traditional path of other states with regulated cannabis markets and stepping up enforcement.
THC's effect on pregnancy is still unknown, prompting California to consider adding a risk warning on their THC products.
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This approach streamlines billing for COVID, allowing hospitals and clinics to focus on their patients’ health and not highly-technical billing.
Health officials are now warning marijuana and vape users to reconsider their habits amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Due to COVID-19 and its impact on the global economy, since the beginning of 2020, the S&P 500 index is down nearly 20%.
Though cannabis sales aren’t as high as they were following a coronavirus-related spike, the same can’t be said about consumers.