A Cannavape survey in the UK asking public opinion on cannabis-derived medicine revealed an interesting and unexpected divide between the older and younger generations. The survey’s 2000 respondents were asked about the legalization of cannabis-derived medicine which occurred on Nov. 1, 2018, which was when the UK made it available with a prescription. The survey […]
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About half of Canadian pediatricians surveyed say they’ve had a young patient who has used cannabis for medical reasons, but most are unwilling to prescribe it due to a lack of evidence about its effectiveness or safety for children and adolescents.
A recent report has found that cannabis dispensaries in the U.S.A. could make more money per store than Starbucks, if only dispensaries were allowed to make normal business deductions on their taxes, which they are currently prohibited from doing under federal law- that means some dispensaries face a tax rate as high as 70%. The report, […]
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Nearly half of Canadians say they are interested in trying cannabis-laced edibles such as brownies when marijuana is legalized, according to a study by Dalhousie University professors. The survey also found that 39 per cent of respondents would be willing to order a dish made with marijuana at a restaurant.