You may have noticed that Cannabis comes in a variety of colors and is given nicknames to match. Learn why that happens and how it affects potency and taste.
For a professional cannabis copywriter, a trip to Amsterdam is both pleasure and work. Although the legalization of marijuana is gaining ground all over the world, the capital of the Netherlands is where it all started. But are things as smooth as they seem?
I traveled to Amsterdam for three days and I tried out as many strains in as many coffee shops as I could. Read all about my experience here!
When you’re running a cannabis cultivation business you do everything you can to mitigate the risks of your operation, however, there are some risks which are impossible to avoid. Therefore, it couldn’t be more vital for every cannabis grower to have a full understanding of risk management and to engage in it properly in order to protect themselves and their business.
CBD comes either from hemp plants or marijuana plants. The source of a product depends mainly on the legal status of cannabis in each US state. Although hemp and marijuana both belong to the same family, they are very different in biology, cultivation, and function.
The cannabis plant contains more than 113 different chemical compounds. However, two of them are the most plentiful: CBD and THC. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive chemical, that shows significant promise as medicine, while THC is psychoactive and is widely used for its recreational properties.