The industry is still in a very nascent form in Poland. The law change happened in 2017 with a brilliant mother of a sick child becoming an expert, and being great on television, going viral. The law change happened as it was literally impossible to not support her!
For people not living under a rock, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the fact that cannabis is being talked about constantly in the news.
We spoke to President and founding Editor, Chris Walsh, to understand just what to expect in their first European foray.
The UK cannabis landscape has “echoes of where Australia was two or three years ago.”
Frustrated by the number of issues they had had with traditional medicine Sam’s family turned to cannabis, her mother Maureen asked, “if they can give her ketamine why not try cannabis?”
A report from Macedonia’s leading television station, Sitel, claims that sources close to the government are planning to legalise cannabis in the tourist destinations of Ohrid and Struga.
In anticipation of the Conference next month on April 9th and 10th we interviewed two of the speakers to get a flavour of what to expect in Paris.
The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) began in Berlin, and will be there for the third time this year, March 31st to April 2nd. However, the first… Read more “ICBC Berlin and Barcelona”
Under Prohibition, branding and formal marketing campaigns do not exist. There was no ‘halo’ effect from publicising a company through its products. This is set to change and the smart new cannabis producers will understand that their image cannot be faked, but must be built on transparency, fairness and the true quality of the product
Prohibition drives unfair, unhealthy behaviour in the market for cannabis. Disputes are handled outside the rule of law, leading to tens of thousands of violent deaths in impoverished areas of the world where there are few legal alternative income sources