Tikun Olam, a leading Israeli cannabis brand and pioneer in cannabis research, continues its US expansion by partnering with Washington DC cultivator Alternative Solutions.
Federal employees that live in and around the nation's capital are already smoking weed in growing numbers.
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For most states, a doctor referral and registration card are required to access medical marijuana, which doesn't sit well for one DC lawmaker.
A recent supporter of marijuana legalization and growth, Scott’s Miracle-Gro, increased its lobbying in the first half of 2017.
Both the Washington Post and the Boston Globe featured long stories about the the cities stinking like weed over the weekend.
Despite the fact that Congress has taken it upon itself to ensure that DC cannot establish a retail marijuana market, one local lawmaker wants to go for it.
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For the marijuana debate to move forward anytime soon, the people are going to have to vote Democrat in November.
Olivetol competes with THC for binding to the CB1 receptor, which is the receptor in the human body responsible for the psychoactive effects of THC.
The cannabis consumer has spoken with their wallets and what they want is affordable marijuana with high THC content.