The laws governing the two sectors take different approaches in several areas, such as the size of personal crops and the number of licenses that must be granted to merchants for the cultivation, distribution, and processing of the plant.
For the first time in the legislative history of Spain, it is considered a serious offense to have marijuana plants visible from the street even if they are for self-consumption– that is not fined if it is not done in public –
On the other hand, the deputy of Ciudadanos Noemi de la Calle has announced that her group shares the content of the law, but has indicated that some aspects can generate “frustrations”
With the new legislation by two dozen different federal lawmakers, and as well as Matt Gaetz and House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, they have finally passed The Medical Cannabis Research Act of 2018. This law will assist in facilitating any clinical trials that are approved. These clinical trials will of course involved cannabis. With this law, there is no need for a manufacturer to secure a license. This also means that manufacturers can easily conduct clinical trials, not only for their benefits, but as well as for the public.
Another good thing about this law is that University of Mississippi, which is the sole marijuana provider, will have competitors. Especially that there are people who are complaining about the quality of their marijuana. To give you a clearer view, this article by Pail Armentano will tell you more about it:
Currently, the US National Institute on Drug Abuse designates the University of Mississippi to be the sole provider of marijuana for FDA-approved research. However, many of those familiar with their product have criticized its quality, opining that it possesses subpar potency, is often poorly manicured, and that it does not accurately reflect the wide variety of cannabis products and strains available to consumers.
Previous efforts to break this monopoly have so far been unsuccessful. In 2007, DEA Administrative Law Judge Mary Ellen Bittner determined that expanding the pool of federally licensed providers would be “in the public interest.” The agency ultimately rejected her decision. More recently, in 2016, the DEA changed its position and amended regulations in a manner to permit additional applicants to apply to federal licensure to grow marijuana. However, the Justice Department and the US Attorney General have thus far failed to take action on any pending applications. Continue reading here..
Hopefully, this will be a start of the wide medical marijuana use all over the world.
Now that marijuana is legal in many States in the US and other countries, it would be ideal to grow your own. Growing your own marijuana has a lot of advantages that you can’t probably get when purchasing. One would be you would know what fertilizers were used to grow that marijuana. Second would be, you will never run out of supplies. It can readily be available anytime you want.
But growing marijuana is not like growing any other kinds of plants. This is mainly because growing marijuana needs more caring that usual. But don’t let this discourage you, because this article from Danny Danko, will assist you in growing your marijuana in the easiest way possible:
From my observations based on traveling to cannabis fairs and pot gardens worldwide for many years, growing cannabis for personal use is on the rise as more people discover the virtues of creating their own “homegrown.” Police crackdowns push regular consumers away from the black market while economic downturns convince more of them to become self-sufficient smokers.
The same pressures have driven pot seed breeders and advanced cultivators to create new hybrids, growing techniques, and stealth products to stay one step ahead of the authorities.
The real secret is that growing cannabis for your own use is quite simple; provide the proper environment including lighting, nutrients, humidity, air movement and pest control, and the plants will produce many ounces for a small fraction of current prices. Continue reading here..
If you give your 100% best and determination, you will surely be able to cultivate your own marijuana at home.
People have been waiting for cannabis to be legal for many decades now, and with the many laws that have been passed for the past years, cannabis is one of them. In fact, many states in the US is legalizing cannabis because of the many benefits that it has. Countries all over the world have been regulating the use of cannabis for medical use, which means that they are also legalizing them.
Cannabis is not only for recreational use, but as well as for medicinal use. There are also some instances where cannabis is also used for beauty products and the like. With the many uses of cannabis, it is no longer a wonder why different countries are legalizing it.
But you may be wondering as to what states in the US is cannabis legal right? Let’s all find out by reading this article from www.silive.com:
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Should New Jersey legalize recreational marijuana use, it would become the 10th state to do so.
Recreational marijuana use is currently legal in Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. A law legalizing it in Vermont will go into effect July 1. It also is legal in Washington, D.C.
Here are the medical and recreational marijuana laws — as well as the legal limits — for all 50 states and Washington, D.C. Continue reading here..
Let’s just hope that all countries will be able to follow the steps of US by legalizing the use of cannabis especially for medical use.