Cannabis at college
A growing number of colleges are adding cannabis to their curriculum to prepare graduates for careers cultivating, researching, analyzing and marketing the herb. Higher education indeed.
Hot cannabis products in 2019
No huge surprises here. Based on sales, vapes, gummies, CBD tinctures, chocolate, and gummies are hot. In other words, people are "moving away from flower and towards cleaner, more convenient, non-smokable forms of ingestion."
It's good to see cultivators choosing to go beyond premixed fertilizers and bagged dirt. Some are increasingly moving toward an alternative way to grow healthier plants and save money: living soil. (In other words, planting material that centers on compost with active microbiology and biodiversity, like worms and their castings, protozoa, healthy bacteria, amoebas, kelp extracts, and even glacial rock dust.)
Is it 2021 yet?
The 2020 presidential campaigns "are very much in their infancy, but one clear winner already is marijuana legalization, which has received wide support from the Democratic candidates." But will "support" translate into "legalization?" Time will tell.
The NFL might make "major concessions" regarding its substance abuse policy in the next collective bargaining session with players. There's chatter that the "complete removal of all cannabis use restrictions could be possible."