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Jamaica Readies Rules For

Commercial Medical Cannabis Exports!!!

September 9, 2019

 

"Jamaica is engaging stakeholders over highly anticipated regulations to govern the export of commercial-scale medical cannabis, and the rules are expected to be finalized within weeks, according to Agriculture Minister Audley Shaw.

 

Marijuana Business Daily obtained a copy of the draft rules ahead of their release from a source who requested anonymity. The proposals are subject to change.

 

The rules, once implemented, will help underpin the long-term viability of the local industry, attract investment and make capital fundraising easier, industry executives say."

 

 

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Netherlands:

Experiment With Non-Medical Marijuana Commercial Production

September 10, 2019

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"Coffee shops in 10 Dutch municipalities will have access to a legal supply of recreational marijuana for the first time, the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport announced.

 

In the Netherlands, sales of recreational marijuana in coffee shops has been tolerated under certain conditions, but production and supply has remained illegal.

 

Now, companies will be able to apply to supply coffee shops in the 10 municipalities with the first regulated recreational marijuana products, albeit within an experiment limited in scope and time."

 

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Canada:

When The Politicans Are Still "Calling The Tune".....

Ya' Just Gotta "Dance".....

September 13, 2019

(But, Everything's [still] Temporary)

 

"Monthly sales of medical cannabis in Canada dropped almost 25% in June from October 2018when adult-use was legalized – according to the latest data from Health Canada.

 

What’s more, the number of medical marijuana shipments tracked by the federal government – viewed as a key measure of the medical sector – dropped 17% from October 2018 to 118,000 in June.

 

Sales of medical cannabis generally saw the biggest declines in provinces with more adult-use cannabis retail points.

 

This phenomenon has also been observed south of the border.

 

Medical marijuana programs in U.S. states faced serious headwinds after adult-use cannabis was legalized, according to a Marijuana Business Daily analysis of Colorado, Oregon and Nevada."


 

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Is it possible the folks, at the GOP's Ministry Of Labeling, could tell us how much longer we're expected to maintain THIS Label Probationary Period....so your faith-based herd will be able to face their Good Lord with...WE TRIED!! (....at least, while they're still within the earshot of everyone-else)?

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Oral THC Effective At Reducing Pain In Geriatric Patients

September 12, 2019

 

"The administration of oral THC (dronabinol) safely and effectively reduces pain in geriatric patients, according to clinical trial data published in the German journal Schmerz.

 

A team of German researchers assessed the use of dronabinol in elderly (over 80 years of age) subjects with chronic pain. Oral THC administration was associated with a pain reduction of 30 percent or greater in over half of the patients. Ten percent of subjects experienced a greater than 50 percent reduction in their pain."

 

 

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Paraguay:

Application Process For Cannabis Production Licenses

September 16, 2019

 

"Paraguay plans to open up the application process next month for businesses seeking to secure a production license for the country’s new medical cannabis industry.

 

The nation’s health minister, Julio Mazzoleni, announced during a press conference on Thursday the approval of a resolution establishing the guidelines to apply for the first commercial production licenses.

 

Five vertically integrated licenses will be up for grabs. The licenses cover cultivation as well as the manufacture of medical cannabis products.

 

Separately, the Senate approved a bill that would allow home growing of cannabis for medical purposes.

 

Paraguay legalized medical cannabis in December 2007 and in August 2018 the regulatory decree that spells out how the law should be implemented was approved. But until now no business opportunities for domestic production were available."

 

 

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Mexico:

Ordered To Legalize Recreational Cannabis;

10 Proposed Laws

September 19, 2019

 

"With a court-ordered deadline to legalize recreational cannabis in Mexico approaching next month, parliamentarians have no fewer than 10 proposed laws to scrutinize.

 

It is anyone’s guess which one will come out on top.

 

But the clock is ticking, with lawmakers facing a little more than a month to pass legalization legislation.

 

Mexico would become the third country in the world to legalize adult-use cannabis, after Uruguay and Canada.

 

The approaching deadline comes after Mexicos Supreme Court earlier this year effectively declared that the countrys ban on recreational marijuana was illegal."

 

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Canada:

200 Cannabis Stores Approved By Calgary

September 20, 2019

 

"The number of city-approved cannabis stores in Calgary surpassed 200, this week, while the province has licensed 63 of those to open their doors to customers.

 

The city’s store approvals exceed Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec combined, the three most-populous provinces in the country.

 

Experts say Calgary should be seen as an example for other municipalities in Canada when it comes to regulating adult-use cannabis stores.

 

The city has not set a limit on the number of stores it plans to license, the Calgary Herald reported."

 

 

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Australia:

Capital Territory First Jurisdiction To Legalize Marijuana

For Personal Use

September 26, 2019

 

"Members of the Legislative assembly for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) have enacted legislation depenalizing activities related to the personal possession and cultivation of cannabis. An estimated 400,000 people reside in the ACT, which includes Australia's capital, Canberra.

 

Under the new law, which takes effect on January 30, 2020, adults may possess up to 50 grams [1.79 oz] of cannabis and cultivate up to four plants per household without penalty. Public cannabis consumption, or use within close proximity to children, will remain prohibited."

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Phoenix68 said:

 

 

 

Are they growing that THC free weed for Medical use?

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Canada:

Marijuana Legalization "Has Not Had A Noticeable Impact

On The Workplace."

October 10, 2019

 

"The enactment of nationwide legislation in Canada legalizing the use of cannabis has had little perceived impact on workplace safety or employees' performance, according to survey data compiled by the Ipsos market research firm and commissioned the human resources group ADP Canada.

 

The survey reported: "[R]ecreational cannabis had a smaller-than-expected impact on workplace performance. Most Canadians believe recreational cannabis has had no impact at work in terms of health and safety incidents (75 percent), productivity (74 percent) absenteeism (71 percent) or quality of work (70 percent)."

 

The findings are in contrast to the perceptions held by Canadians, prior to legalization, when nearly half presumed that the policy change would be associated with a decline in work quality and productivity, and a rise in occupational accidents."

 

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Germany:

Sales, Of Insured Medical Cannabis, Soar In Second Quarter

October 9, 2019

 

"Sales of medical cannabis, covered by insurance, continue to increase in Germany, reaching new highs in the second quarter, according to newly released data.

 

The steady growth in sales in the world’s largest importer of medical marijuana is a good sign for the global industry, and it comes as several countries are gearing up to start large-scale MMJ exports."

 

 

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