Will Colombia’s overhaul of cannabis industry rules resuscitate the promising sector?

By Matt Lamers Colombian President Ivan Duque signed a decree into law that will expand revenue opportunities for domestic cannabis businesses inside and outside the country, a move some industry sources say could resuscitate a sector that has not yet come close to meeting expectations. Duque’s decree lifts the prohibition on the export of dried medical marijuana and potentially … Read more

Terpene Technologists Report Anti-Covid Breakthrough

By C. Mary Black – Special To Cannabis Culture  CANNABIS CULTURE – Israeli-based Technologies firm Eybna says a recently discovered combination of terpenes and CBD has the potential to manage the symptoms of COVID-19, and may even prevent infection altogether.  “We used our database and advanced data-mining and formulation design methodologies to research and isolate terpenes with elevated anti-inflammatory properties and … Read more

Jamaica’s Ganja Shortage: ‘Cultural Embarrassment’ or Clickbait?

by Ben Hartman Could Jamaica, a global mecca of marijuana, a capital of cannabis culture, be running out of weed? Not really. But things did get bad enough that one analyst made headlines around the world by calling the shortage “a cultural embarrassment” earlier this month.  Others say the whole affair has been blown out … Read more

Experts: Legal cannabis can spur Caribbean economies

JENSEN LA VENDE ENTREPRENEURS eager to enter the marijuana business are calling on the Government to bring legislation which will allow them to do so without fear of being arrested. The Cannabis Control Bill, aimed at legitimising marijuana retail businesses in Trinidad and Tobago, has been a topic of discussion since the amendment to the … Read more

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