You might have noticed we haven’t published any new blog posts recently, and we want to tell you why. Don’t worry, it’s all good news!
The ever-controversial legal status of cannabis has become a hot topic as of late. Of course, this has to do with many countries having taken steps towards the legalisation of the plant, despite decades of intense Reefer Madness. In 2018, only two countries have fully legalised cannabis: Uruguay and Canada.
For the 6th consecutive year, the UFCM is hosting its symposium in France. Once again, Sensi Seeds is the main sponsor for the event, which will gather patients and medical professionals for a cannabinoid-centred meeting. Read on to learn more about the program, and about the importance of the symposium for cannabis consumers in France.
In a landmark decision, the Lower House of the Dutch parliament voted last week in favour of adding cannabis cultivation to its famous tolerance policy. A move that would decriminalize the supply aspect of the coffeeshops.
In this third episode of our Irish miniseries, we get to know Marcus McCabe, founder of Kama Hemp Juice. He and his wife Kate Mullaney run a unique business in Ireland, which provides raw, organic hemp juice to consumers and to the food industry. This video gives an insight into the food supplement business, as Marcus explains why hemp juice is here to stay.
Since President Rodrigo Duterte came to power in the Philippines he has been waging a bloody war on drugs that threatens to destabilise the country entirely, and has affected users of cannabis as well as “hard” drugs such as meth. We spoke to a prominent cannabis activist to learn more about the situation and the everyday risks for cannabis users.
For the first time in its history, a majority of Dutch Members of Parliament are in favour of regulating cannabis cultivation. One of the main parties has just submitted a proposal for a new bill. Read more about this incredible development in this article.
It’s just over halfway through 2016 and a lot has happened in the world of cannabis and hemp this year already! We’ve been diligently reporting on events from around the world on the Sensi Seeds blog, and are happy to present you with this Cannabis News Review 2016 part one, to summarize the highlights of the year so far.
Sensi Seeds strains are not only pillars of cannabis genetics still used to this day, they also have received the public’s recognition. You will find here the best outdoor cannabis seeds of the Sensi Seeds collection.
If the cannabis plant were a person and Hollywood were to make a film about "her life," which milestones should it feature? We believe, in any case, that it should include the following 10 milestones in cannabis history; a history marked with peaks and valleys. We'd love to hear what moments you’d like to see.
Although major steps are being taken across the globe to decriminalise and legalise cannabis, huge numbers of people are still imprisoned for cannabis. Many countries and U.S. states still wreak havoc on people’s lives due to the existence of unrealistic, degrading cannabis legislation. Lest we forget those victims, Sensi Seeds presents a triptych on this topic.
The Senate in Florida adopted Senate Bill 1030 with a 36 to 3 vote. This measure will make it possible for children with epilepsy to legally use medicinal cannabis extracts such as oils and tinctures. Several children who suffer from intractable epilepsy were present during the vote procedure to witness this great outcome.
On Friday 31 January, a high level cannabis conference dubbed ‘Joint Regulation’ took place in the Dutch city of Utrecht. This event was an initiative of Paul Depla (mayor Heerlen), Victor Everhardt (Utrecht city council) and Rob van Gijzel (mayor of Eindhoven). In addition, there were a number of speakers and at the end, over 35 municipalities signed the manifesto.
This Sensi Seeds article is looking for the answer on the following questions: where does the word ‘ganja’ come from and why is it a nickname for cannabis?
Todd McCormick is a survivor of childhood cancer, a lifelong advocate for medicinal cannabis and industrial hemp and one of the winners of the Cannabis Culture Award in 2012. In this interview he recounts some of his life's work.