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
UK Medical clinics, Portuguese cultivation and a banker's eye view of the European cannabis opportunity in this week's bulletin
Beyond the impact of individuals, what about the organisational cultures of post-prohibition cannabis companies? Too often, they are hierarchical, male-dominated, brutal places to work. Last Autumn, two friends from Catalonia...
Qualifying patients in Portugal are still struggling tremendously to access medicinal cannabis read more to understand Portugal’s new regulations and how these may be affecting patient accessibility.
Prohibition pushed cultivation indoors, resulting in a mass scale substitution of man-made raw materials for the natural world. The sun has been replaced by...
This week we start with Canopy Growth’s direct competitor, Aurora Cannabis Inc., now active in 24 countries, the largest global footprint of any cannabis company.
THC-rich buds grown under a traditional LED set up are not always the best for medicinal users! In fact, the setup that was most effective at creating the best flowers for killing human cancer cells had the lowest amount of total cannabinoids and terpenoids and did not use LED lights during the flowering stage.
Indie has found relief from her epilepsy symptoms with Bedrocan's medical cannabis. This is the story of her family's struggle to get her the medicine she needs
European Cannabis- The week in Review. German distribution, Danish cultivation and the ever changing world of cannabis testing.
Medical cannabis has been legal since November 1st 2018 and yet patients are still having difficulty accessing products. We sat down with two companies, one big one small, who want to fill that gap.
Recently, Europe has been showing an interesting potential
in the Cannabis market.
The medical cannabis market in Europe could double in size in 2019. By 2028, the value of this flourishing market is estimated to be worth €123bn. There have been many exciting developments in the last week that lend credence to these projection.