In the second video of its Colombia series, Cannabis News Network explores the country’s cannabis paradise. The large chunks of cultivable territories are where the medical cannabis meant to be provided to Colombian citizens and other patients is grown. Watch this second episode, and stay tuned to for the third and last episode of this exciting series.
The representation of cannabis and its consumers is of the utmost importance. Good news! There are now TV series entirely dedicated to cannabis. In case you didn’t know about any of them, here is a top 3 to get you started.
There are louder voices in the world in favor of cannabis regulation. Now 2 religious leaders have joined the cause, a rabbi and a priest from Connecticut, who in a letter request the comprehensive regulation of the plant and the reform of the national drug policy. Cannabis finds a way into the North American religious agenda. Keep reading!
Moritz Bleibtreu is quite outspoken about cannabis, and starred in German stoner movies ‘Lammbock’ (2001) and ‘Lommbock’ (2017). Read more about him here.
Steve DeAngelo is one of the most recognizable US cannabis activists nowadays. Read more about this major figure of the cannabis world here.
It may come as a surprise to some that science views the link between cannabis use and memory in a positive light. Did you know that THC improves learning and reverses age-related memory loss? A new study, conducted on mice, shows that THC may have rejuvenating effects on the brain. Find out how.
Sanjay Gupta is a neurosurgeon and television journalist notorious for discussing the benefits of cannabis on a major US TV network. More about him here.
Michka Seeliger-Chatelain is a renowned cannabis icon known for her books, edition work, and adventurous mind. Read more.
Tommy Chong is a pillar of pop culture: comedian, musician, occasional dancer, and activist. Learn more about the lifelong cannabis enthusiast here.
Seth MacFarlane is a notorious writer. Creator of Family Guy and American Dad!, he is also a cannabis activist. More about him here.
Although much of our early history of hemp use has been lost in the mists of time, we still find odd echoes of it every now and then – in old medical texts, in archaeological digs, or even in a folk song or poem that has survived the passage of time to remain essentially intact. Here, we take a look at some of history’s finest and best-preserved examples!
All over the world, we can see the historic importance of hemp in society, recorded in novels, administrative texts, poems, plays, and songs. Yet another way we see hemp’s importance through history is in place names – in towns and villages that were widely known for having a local hemp industry, of cultivation, textile production, and so on.
For CannaZapp #12 we connected our remote control to a cinema, so we can zap through a variety of movies in which cannabis is being smoked. What we can learn from this? That it is funny to see different movie genres characterizing different types of smokers. Tune in!
Even though the cannabis movement is weak and marihuana growing is a crime, there are already in Mexico authorized growers, grow-shops, social clubs and politicians proposing regulation. What could happen now in a country so strongly affected by the power of illegal drug trade? Find out in this article.
More and more countries and US states are legalising cannabis for medicinal use. Some countries and states have also legalised recreational use. But what exactly is the difference between medicinal and recreational cannabis? Read about it in this article.
Barcelona’s Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum officially opened its doors on May 9, 2012. Located in the Palau Mornau, an emblematic and impressive building remodelled by modernist architect Manual Raspall, in the centre of Catalonia's capital, became the first museum ever dedicated solely and exclusively to the Cannabis plant.
From ancient Indian warriors, through American troops in Vietnam, all the way to conscripted child soldiers in modern-day Africa, cannabis has been extensively used by armed forces engaging in conflict. What are the underlying causes of this surprising phenomenon, and what are its consequences?
Recently the famous French hip hop group IAM was in the Netherlands for a show in the Amsterdam Melkweg venue. Sensi Seeds had the pleasure to sit down with band member Geoffroy Mussard, better known as Shurik’n, for an exclusive interview. Watch the interview video here!
Rick Simpson, the godfather of cannabis oil, was one of the main guest speakers during the 8th annual Cannabis Liberation Day in Amsterdam. The Canadian cannabis oil producer is responsible for putting the medicinal value of cannabis oil on the worldwide map. Check out this Cannabis News Network report.