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January 31, 2020

Colorado Brewery and Dispensary Join Forces to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Colorado launched the Carbon Dioxide Reuse Project, which is a pilot program to help reduce carbon emissions for both breweries and cannabis grow operations.  According to the Denver Post, Democratic Gov. Jared Polis’ mission to cut greenhouse gases 50% by 2030.  Statistics have shown indoor cannabis farms release on average 15 million metric tons of CO2, while breweries release nearly half a billion…

January 24, 2020

Washington State Lawmakers Seek 10% Limit on Cannabis Concentrates

Lawmakers in Washington proposed House Bill 2546, which would limit the THC levels of cannabis concentrates to no greater than 10%. This stems from a study that has linked psychotic disorders to the use of high potency cannabis. Lawmakers claim, “the study found that its findings are consistent with previous evidence suggesting that the use of high-potency marijuana has more harmful mental health…

January 16, 2020

Two New Cannabinoids Discovered, THCP and CBDP

A team of Italian scientists recently discovered 2 new cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. These researchers were able to isolate these new cannabinoids which are called cannabidiphorol (CBDP) and tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP).  With over 700 chemical constituents and 100 cannabinoids produced in the plant, only one, THC, delivers psychoactive effects. However, researchers have found a new cannabinoid, THCP, that might get you high as…

January 8, 2020

Eating Cannabis with Caution

Doctors are now warning both, avid and novice, users to be aware of how much they are consuming. The U.S. now has 11 states (and D.C.) that legalized recreational cannabis, as well as the entire country of Canada. Resulting in millions having access to a variety of cannabis products on the market.   Depending on the state, each varies with the amount of milligrams…