New Frontier breakdown analyzes Colorado cannabis flower trends and finds that flower is still on top, despite all the available alternatives. New Frontier Data reviewed Colorado sales data and found that among the wide variety of product available to consumers, flower still reigns supreme. A new analysis of Colorado’s cannabis sales data was prese
There appears to remain a high level of dissatisfaction among Ohio medical cannabis patients with the state’s program. While Ohio’s medical marijuana program commenced in September 2016, the first legal sales of medicines within the state didn’t kick off until 2019. In its latest survey, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Drug Enforcemen
The efforts of Australian (and New Zealand) cannabis pioneers and professionals have been recognised in the 2021 Cannabis Industry Awards. “As cannabis fights for legitimacy and normalisation, we come together to celebrate this amazing plant, its incredible supporters, and the fastest growing industry in Australia,” states the Awards web site. Foun
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority continues to stay busy accommodating new licensed businesses, addressing a growing trend of THC "analogs" on dispensary shelves and adapting to new emergency rules now in effect, agency Director Adria Berry said Tuesday.   The additional rules became active on Monday, with an intention to give the authority
  STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, New Jersey (WABC) -- There's a reminder for parents to check their child's trick-or-treat candy after cannabis candy was found in a child's Halloween bag in New Jersey. Police say the child had been trick-or-treating in the Ocean Acres area of Stafford Township. Anyone who finds unusual or tampered candy in Halloween bags is as
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Exclusively-natural psychedelic drug discovery company Filament Health Corp. (OTCQB: FLHLF) (NEO: FH)  received authorization from the FDA authorization to initiate the first clinical trial using naturally-sourced psychedelic substances. The news caused the stock to jump over 11% in early trading. The company said that this approval is the first fo
The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company (NYSE: SMG) reported full-year financial results as sales dropped 17%  in the fourth quarter to $737.8 million. Still, this topped the Yahoo Finance average analyst estimate for sales of $689 million. Scott’s reported a GAAP loss in the quarter of $0.87 per share compared with earnings last year of $0.07 per diluted s
Twice last year a federal grand jury demanded the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services turn over records pertaining to the medical marijuana program.  The pair of subpoenas, issued by the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri in September 2020, were redacted by the department at the request of the federal go
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A lifeguard nearly discarded a life jacket that washed onto a county beach — until he discovered a payload of marijuana hidden inside. When Daniel Otto looked to see why the vest felt “unusually heavy," he found six packages — 41 pounds — of marijuana inside the vest's life-saving foam compartments, according to a sheriff's re
LAPEER, MI -- Voters here have experienced what it’s like to have recreational marijuana businesses in their city and decided that they want to continue on that path. A ballot proposal that would have outlawed dispensaries and other recreational marijuana businesses in the city was soundly defeated in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 2, according to u
RENO, Nev. (News 4 & FOX 11) — Extended Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno has high hopes for its new cannabis education program. The fully online courses will be offered as four separate certificates to help students land jobs in the budding marijuana industry. "I think the one thing we've seen with COVID is that people have been displaced
RENO, Nev. (News 4 & FOX 11) — Extended Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno has high hopes for its new cannabis education program. The fully online courses will be offered as four separate certificates to help students land jobs in the budding marijuana industry. "I think the one thing we've seen with COVID is that people have been displaced
For Texas smoke shops and other distributors, everything was going just fine selling delta-8 THC and other products like it. Then, the Texas Department of State Health Services showed up and crashed the party. Last month, DSHS effectively banned THC isomers — chemical variations of the substance in marijuana that gets users high — by announcing tha
Mississippi is not moving ahead with medical cannabis, as the governor has yet to approve a special session to discuss. There’s a standoff over medical cannabis in Mississippi, with the governor and state lawmakers still at odds over provisions in the proposed legislation. It is up to Republican Governor Tate Reeves to call a special legislative se
More than one in five young adults who experience chronic pain say they use cannabis and/or CBD oil to manage it according to a recent survey. The Harris Poll survey, carried out on behalf of the Samueli Foundation, found 65% of young American adults aged 18-34 report experiencing chronic pain. That’s significantly higher than in older adults (52%)
  STATE WIDE–Gov. Tate Reeves said Monday that state lawmakers are not done negotiating a new medical marijuana bill to replace Initiative 65, which was voted on by the people and thrown out by the state Supreme Court. The main hang-up is how strong the medical cannabis could actually be. "How much marijuana could any one individual get at any poin
Now that colleges and universities are back in session all over the country, it’s natural for the topic of marijuana and its effects on studying to enter the conversation. Cannabis is the average co-ed’s drug of choice. While a lot of people encounter cannabis when they’re younger, it’s not until college that their stoner persona solidifies. New co
Despite appearances, the state’s cannabis industry is in disarray as legal businesses struggle to make a profit Five years after cannabis legalization, California is awash with signs of an apparently booming industry. Californians can toke on Justin Bieber-branded joints and ash their blunts in Seth Rogen’s $95 ceramics. They can sip on THC-infused