Disappointed Faces in Vienna: Contrary to what many activists were expecting, cannabis is not going to be reclassified any time soon. The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it would not be presenting its recommendation to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) on schedule. Some say the real reason for the delay may in fact be political in nature.
2018 has been a momentous year for cannabis! As is traditional, this is the moment when we look over our own contributions to the global movement. As always, we couldn’t have done it without your support, so celebrate these achievements with us and give yourselves a pat on the back!
Whether it’s travelling, writing or bringing new ideas to life, Mila Jansen is doing it all. Recently, she released her autobiography “How I Became the Hash Queen”. Mila sat down with us for an interview in Amsterdam. We talked weed, life, business and travels.
The Hemp Parade (Hanfparade) is one of the oldest demonstrations for the legalisation of cannabis. This year, 6,000 people joined the demonstration against the ban on cannabis and its consequences. The demonstrators are calling for ‘Education, not prohibition’.
You may have noticed – in fact we know some of you have noticed, because you’ve been in touch with us about it – that Friday 12th of January 2018, our Instagram account was disabled. There was no warning whatsoever. Not a hint nor a suspicion that we, and you, were about to lose access to all of our carefully curated Instagram photos.
In the final part of our feature on the Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum exhibition We Are Mary Jane: Women of Cannabis, enjoy these short interviews with four women who attended the opening, three of whom are featured in the exhibition.
The Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum is proudly hosting the exhibition We Are Mary Jane: Women of Cannabis until September 23rd 2018. In these video interviews, Sensi Seeds spoke with the exhibition curator Simone Badoux and photographer Maria Cavali about their influences, experiences, and explorations as women in the world of cannabis.
A whole day about cannabis and freedom - where can you find anything like this? In Amsterdam of course! On 17 June 2018, cannabis lovers from all over the world will come together for Cannabis Liberation Day 2018. The programme boasts many well-known names from the cannabis scene and top bands from Bosnia and France.
When Dutch pet and garden centre Welkoop decided to run a model competition, they never anticipated the amount of responses that would flood in via Facebook. Welkoop had recently added a popular product to their range: comfortable mattresses made from soft hemp fibres by Sensi Seeds’ sister company HempFlax.
The new exhibition ‘We Are Mary Jane: Women of Cannabis’ opens June 8th at the Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum. To help officially announce it, we spoke with twins Shiva and Shanti, the namesakes of the cannabis strain, about the topic of women in the cannabis industry, and their personal experiences.
Cannabis News Network presents Mikki Norris and Chris Conrad: Their Story – part 4, Medicinal vs Recreational Cannabis
The divide between medicinal and recreational cannabis has been a hot topic for US users since the early Nineties. The fourth part of this Cannabis News Network video series explores Chris and Mikki’s views on the controversy in the campaigning.
For the first time, UFCM ICare (French-speaking Association for Cannabinoids in Medicine) will host its symposium during springtime, in ‘Université de La Sorbonne’. Since its creation, the association has gathered medical professionals from all over the world, for them to learn from each other, and stay up-to-date on the use of cannabinoids in modern medicine.
What is happening to cannabis channels on YouTube? YouTube (owned by Google) is suspending cannabis channels, and not just the small ones. More and more cannabis-related content creators are being pulled from the virtual airwaves. For the owners of those channels, there seems to be no recourse to restoration.
Although the cannabis world is increasingly feminized, the gender gap remains open. Women still have much to achieve in the area of gender equality. To put an end to sexist stigmas and stereotypes, women come together to claim their place in the cannabis scene. Cannabis women sow the future of cannabis.
Cannabis News Network presents Mikki Norris and Chris Conrad: Their Story – part 3, Meeting Jack Herer
In every area of activism, there are different viewpoints. In the third part of the Cannabis News Network video series, discover what Mikki and Chris agreed and disagreed upon with legendary campaigner Jack Herer.
We love to party, we love Spain, and we love to party in Spain! For the first time, Sensi Seeds is featured at Viña Rock. It’s the fifth edition of the festival’s special Viña Grow area, which is dedicated to cannabis, and this year will host us too! Can you tell we’re excited?
Cannabis News Network presents Mikki Norris and Chris Conrad: Their Story – part 2, Their Lives In Activism
For Mikki Norris and Chris Conrad, cannabis activism brings together all the things they have been passionate about for so many years. In this second part of the Cannabis News Network video series, watch the couple discuss how, and how activism brought them together too!
First there were regular seeds. Then there were feminized seeds. Next came autoflowering seeds. Now, Sensi Seeds pioneers the next wave in cannabis seed breeding – Sensi Seeds Zero Strains.
The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising and the weed is starting to grow again. Celebrate the beginning of spring with us at Spannabis. The biggest cannabis trade fair in the world will be held for the 15th time, and this time in Barcelona. It’s the perfect start to the 2018 outdoor season!