Cannabis on the Tickets in the Coming UK Elections

As voters in the United Kingdom prepare to head to the polls on December 12, political conversation revolves mainly around Brexit, though there are other issues on the ballot. While cannabis does not lead the agenda, it has gained sufficient traction for inclusion in most party manifestos, marking a historic first in UK politics.

Why some marijuana firms are rebranding in response to cannabis industry’s changing business climate

Several cannabis businesses are rebranding themselves via name changes and other steps to create and establish unified, professional brands.

Broad CBD Applications Can Drive Growth in Europe

Though Europe’s CBD market remains nascent, widespread interest and the diversity of consumers’ reasons for using cannabidiol promise to drive strong growth in the industry — but only if CBD products become more widely accessible, and potential consumers continue to learn about the applications and efficacy of the cannabinoid.

Finland Health Minister Endorses Cannabis Decriminalization

Cannabis reform could be coming to Finland, or at least it should be, says Finland’s Minister for Social Affairs and Health Aino-Kaisa Pekonen.

Researchers In Korea Find That Cannabidiol May Promote Cell Death In Gastric Cancer

A recent study conducted by researchers at Korea University College of Medicine in Seoul explored cannabis and its effect on gastric cancer cells.

Marijuana Drinks Are Finally Brewing at Canopy Growth

Eleven beverages are among several cannabis-derived products expected to hit Canadian shelves within a month as “Cannabis 2.0” rolls out.