Day: October 19, 2017

Chefs, brewers, and more are bringing cannabis into the kitchen through the use of cannabis terpenes for flavoring and wellness benefits. Here’s how. The post Trending: Cannabis Terpenes in the Kitchen appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Trending: Cannabis Terpenes in the KitchenContinue Reading

A New Brunswick government-owned corporation has issued a call for proposals for 15 retail spaces across the province to sell adult-use cannabis. A spokesperson for the Finance Ministry declined to confirm to Marijuana Business Daily whether the tender is open to the private sector. NB Liquor, the government corporation that overseesContinue Reading

The third annual conference brought together industry titans to look toward the tenuous future.   The smoke of a dozen fires choked the sky from Sonoma County to the San Francisco East Bay last weekend, but the air inside the Marriott’s conference center in downtown Oakland, California was almost clearContinue Reading

Officials hope the anonymous survey will provide insight about potential patient demographics, where they seek care and what conditions they are looking to treat. The post West Virginia Wants Your Thoughts on Medical Marijuana appeared first on Leafly. Read More: West Virginia Wants Your Thoughts on Medical MarijuanaContinue Reading

Michigan’s proposed medical marijuana regulations could very well force some existing companies out of business if they lack the financial cushion needed to secure a new license. The proposed rules would require companies to have up to $500,000 to get a business permit. According to, the state’s Department of Licensing andContinue Reading

“Sitting together with the group of guys that spanned four decades of football and talking was therapeutic,” said Marvin Washington, a former NFL defensive end. The post NFL Roundtable Discusses Cannabis and Opioids appeared first on Leafly. Read More: NFL Roundtable Discusses Cannabis and OpioidsContinue Reading

A Canadian marijuana company has inked a strategic alliance with a national chain of convenience stores with the aim of selling adult-use cannabis at the operator’s 350 locations across Canada. Cannabis Wheaton, based in Vancouver, called the alliance the “first of its kind.” The name of the convenience store operatorContinue Reading

The Wisconsin state Senate’s agriculture committee overwhelmingly approved a bill that would allow farmers to grow hemp. The panel voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the proposal. The vote clears the way for a full floor vote in the Senate. A separate hemp measure is pending in the House. The SenateContinue Reading