Dutch law is merciless where anything related to driving is concerned. It punishes cannabis users and in the rest of Europe, the laws are even stricter. But what can you do to avoid being caught with cannabis when driving? This last part of an exclusive series from the Cannabis News Network offers some answers.
With anything related to driving, Dutch law is merciless. It is not just recreational users who are punished, but also those who use cannabis for medicinal reasons. Why this does not actually help road safety is explained in an exclusive multi-part series from the Cannabis News Network. In Part 4, the focus is on the human toll.
Even some seasoned cannabis users have never heard of charas. Among those who have, there are still plenty who have never had the chance to consume charas. All would love to experience the creamy deliciousness of India’s most sought-after cannabis export. So what is charas, and how is it made?
For anything relating to driving, Dutch law is merciless. It is not just recreational users who are punished, but even those who use cannabis for medicinal reasons. Why this does not actually help road safety is explained in an exclusive multi-part series from the Cannabis News Network. In Part 1: The cannabis saliva test
This is not the first time that the Brazilian artist Fernando de La Rocque has caused a stir in the art world. His latest series, “Blow Job”, consists of religious and political icons that he has captured on paper with the help of cannabis smoke. To learn how exactly he does this, check out the article from Cannabis News Network.
On both sides of the street, shoppers stop to watch in amazement at the brazen display of law breaking during Madrid’s 22nd global Marijuana March on Saturday May 5th. Sitting cross-legged on the tarmac in the middle of Gran Via, Javi Puig, president of Galicia’s branch of the Federation of Cannabis Associations (ConFAC), is the first to pull out his papers and roll a joint.
Anyone searching for the word “cannabis” on YouTube will be swamped by millions of hits. Not only are there millions of video clips on the subject, over the last few years more and more channels have sprung up that focus on the forbidden plant. Many are in fact mainly about personal consumption, but others attempt to report, more or less objectively, on current developments.
Cannabis microdosing is about taking the lowest possible effective dose. It means taking just the right amount to have positive effects, but without reaching an actual high or suffering from undesirable side effects. What recreational users are increasingly discovering could be even more interesting for medicinal users.
Cannabis News Network presents Mikki Norris and Chris Conrad: Their Story – part 1, The Golden Years
Known as the godparents of Californian cannabis legalisation, Mikki Norris and Chris Conrad have campaigned tirelessly for over thirty years to advance the cause of cannabis and hemp, not only in the United States but throughout the world. Cannabis News Network presents a new video series celebrating the couple and their work.
Cannabis and tobacco go hand in hand. However, there are many alternatives which not only open up new dimensions of taste, but that are also healthier than tobacco. Some of them are also psychoactive and enhance or complement the smoker’s experience.
The police are now checking motorists not just for alcohol but also for other drugs such as cannabis. This is punishing patients just as much as recreational users. The effects this is having, and why we need solutions now, are explored in this article from the Cannabis News Network.
Discover the differences between cannabis, marijuana, and hemp – both the botanical and folk taxonomical – in this beginner’s guide to the wonderful world of names for our favourite plant!
Even though some people may claim otherwise, nobody has ever died from a cannabis overdose. Not even Snoop Dogg would be able to consume the quantity required to OD. However, anyone who has made space cake with an excessive amount of cannabis knows that too much cannabis can be very unpleasant.
In the US, the public image of cannabis is currently undergoing change. After legalisation, new products are being developed that are focusing on health and exercise. California is a step ahead of the rest. Yet again.
End-of-year celebrations are coming up, that means spending time with friends, family, and high quality buds. Nothing like Christmas, Hanukah, Yule, or whichever celebration speaks to you to work on your gift-picking skills! But what cannabis gifts are you going to give?
Is it dangerous to drive after using cannabis? In Spain, it is the harsh sanctions that pose a risk. Are these sanctions sufficiently grounded? Are things being done right? Are the drug tests even reliable? We explore this topic in the first instalment of a two part article.
Although cannabis legislation is being liberalised around the world, many countries do not have evidence-based THC limits for drivers. This means that there are many different national provisions in place that sanction driving in public with THC or its metabolites in the blood. Here, we explore different approaches to THC limits and THC tests for drivers.
If there is one largely accessible arena where cannabis is more or less at its rightful place, that would be online. So many cannabis enthusiasts all over the world, working together to provide us all with news updates, sensible opinion pieces, and entertainment! As you know, Sensi Seeds is integrant part of this valuable community. The CannaZapp team specifically, usually errs on the side of information or opinion. But not this time. Let us unleash … cannabis GIFs!
The renowned activist Michka Seeliger-Chatelain has travelled the world extensively to understand it, experience it and feel closer to it. We are honoured to present this exclusive blog article the Grande Dame of cannabis wrote for us, for you. Here are her thoughts.