These CBD Products Make It Easy To Find the Right One for You

These CBD Products Make It Easy To Find the Right One for You

The CBD industry is booming as more and more states legalize products and companies emerge to meet an enormous demand. CBD products have been said to help alleviate anxiety, improve sleep, provide pain relief, and a myriad of other benefits. However, there are plenty of poor-quality products out there so you need to be informed about what you are buying and seek out superior brands.
Common Ground formulates their CBD supplements with full-spectrum hemp extracts that are farmed, extracted, formulated, and packed exclusively in Colorado in proprietary, small-batch formulations which means they are dedicated to quality and authenticity. If you’re thinking about trying CBD, check out these products from Common Ground that are now on sale. Of course, remember to consult your doctor and your state’s laws before purchasing.
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San Diego considers restrictions on cannabis billboards

San Diego considers restrictions on cannabis billboards

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A new proposal would limit locations where billboards advertising marijuana businesses can be located in San Diego. KFMB-TV reports the proposal would ban cannabis billboard within 1,000 feet of schools, public parks, playgrounds, day care centers and youth centers. That could require the removal of some of the cannabis billboards prominent…

San Diego considers restrictions on cannabis billboards

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A new proposal would limit locations where billboards advertising marijuana businesses can be located in San Diego.
KFMB-TV reports the proposal would ban cannabis billboard within 1,000 feet of schools, public parks, playgrounds, day care centers and youth centers.
That could require the removal of some of the cannabis billboards prominent in many areas of the city.
KFMB says some in the marijuana industry support the proposal because it also would prohibit illegal dispensaries from placing ads.
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Maine on track for legal marijuana sales by spring 2020

Maine on track for legal marijuana sales by spring 2020

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine marijuana enthusiasts will probably be able to purchase their preferred products in retail stores by March 2020 after years of waiting.
Voters approved legal adult-use marijuana at the polls in November 2016, and the road to legal sales has been long and bumpy.
But a key act passed by the Legislature is now in effect, and that means the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy is in a position to complete final adoption of marijuana rules, said David Heidrich, an office spokesman.
The act made tweaks to Maine’s Marijuana Legalization Act that were necessary for the marijuana office to adopt the rules, which it is expected to do within two months. That means it will likely be able to accept applications for retail marijuana sales by the end of 2019, Heidrich said.
The state will need time to process the applications, and retailers will also need local approvals, but the state is projecting revenue from marijuana sales by March 15, Heidrich said. How swiftly the ..

Foods, drinks still sold with CBD in NYC, despite ban

NEW YORK (AP) — Food and drink are still being sold with CBD in New York City, months after health officials banned restaurants and cafes from selling edibles spiked with or accompanied by the trendy cannabis derivative because of safety concerns.
The city’s health department surprised bakeries, restaurants, coffee shops, and other food sellers in February by telling them they were not permitted to put cannabidiol, or CBD, in prepared foods because it hadn’t been approved as a food additive by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. They also can’t provide CBD to customers to add it themselves.
City health inspectors started seizing CBD-laced products, then backed off and gave food establishments until Oct. 1 to comply with the rules or face a fine of up to $650.
Yet on a recent spin around Manhattan in the days after that deadline passed, an Associated Press reporter was able to find CBD-infused coffee, cookies and other food items still for sale.
In the coffee bar at Le District, ..

Meals, drinks aloof equipped with CBD in NYC, no topic ban

Meals, drinks aloof equipped with CBD in NYC, no topic ban

NEW YORK (AP) — Food and drink are still being sold with CBD in New York City, months after health officials banned restaurants and cafes from selling edibles spiked with or accompanied by the trendy cannabis derivative because of safety concerns. The city’s health department surprised bakeries, restaurants, coffee shops, and other food sellers in…

8 Must-Have Apps for Cannabis Entrepreneurs

8 Must-Have Apps for Cannabis Entrepreneurs

In an app-happy world, it should come as no surprise that there are thousands devoted to cannabis. (There’s even a Tinder equivalent for tokers.) But what are the mobile applications that should be on every ganjapreneur’s smartphone? Here’s a list of seven apps worth downloading today.
Weedmaps A true OG of the industry, Weedmaps was one of the first to offer reliable information on where to get the goods, be it at medical or recreational dispensaries or through delivery services. But Weedmaps has evolved beyond its reputation as just a “Yelp for pot.” The handy “Brands” tab allows the user to browse through products, giving breakdowns on where to buy, price, and the THC percentage. Weedmaps also offers social forums and sections such as “Weedmaps TV,” “Learn,” and “News” to help keep you informed. Download
Leafly Similar to Weedmaps, Leafly is a large cannabis website and mobile app that allows users to rate and review different strains of cannabis, and cannabis and CBD dispensaries..

8 Should always-Get Apps for Cannabis Entrepreneurs

8 Should always-Get Apps for Cannabis Entrepreneurs

In an app-happy world, it should come as no surprise that there are thousands devoted to cannabis. (There’s even a Tinder equivalent for tokers.) But what are the mobile applications that should be on every ganjapreneur’s smartphone? Here’s a list of seven apps worth downloading today. Weedmaps A true OG of the industry, Weedmaps was…

The ‘Cannabis Courtesan’ Fights for Legal Cannabis in Legal Brothels

The ‘Cannabis Courtesan’ Fights for Legal Cannabis in Legal Brothels

The Best Little Weed House in Nevada? Sure, if Alice Little has her way. Little is pro-cannabis activist, social media influencer, and legal prostitute working out of Nevada’s licensed brothels. On the podcast, she speaks up about the
sexual health benefits of cannabis and advocating for the right to use marijuana products in legal brothels

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Chicago wants public to weigh in on legal marijuana sales

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago officials are holding public meetings for residents to weigh in on the sale of recreational marijuana in the city.
A new state law will allow recreational marijuana to be sold to people 21 and older starting Jan. 1.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot says her office wants to hear from residents, business owners and others about where businesses that sell marijuana should be allowed to operate.
Lightfoot introduced an ordinance last month to create Chicago’s first zoning regulations for marijuana sales.
She’s proposing the city establish seven zones across Chicago and cap the number of dispensaries in each zone. The plan would ban sales in most of Chicago’s downtown and within 500 feet of a school.
The meetings are planned for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
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