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the lobsterpot< newswrap October 16th 23'
What’s that smell? A new strain?? Probably just the sumptuous scent of pumpkin a...
October 16, 2023
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What’s that smell? A new strain?? Probably just the sumptuous scent of pumpkin a couple of weeks hence. Olfactory anticipation aside, the big cannabis news this week is that the official advice on CBD limits has changed here in Britain.
Why is that a big deal? Well, it could be disastrous for the burgeoning supplements industry, where CBD has made strides in the past couple of years. But while harm reduction is the primary concern here, it seems curious that across the Pond, the data is entirely different.
Big news this week from our Septic Isle (!). In their infinite wisdom, the UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has changed its stance on the amount of CBD deemed acceptable. Citing a risk of liver damage, the recommended 70 mg daily limit of CBD per adult has been reduced to just 10 mg. Research from the US seems to suggest otherwise though…
It’s not often that the great US state of Georgia makes any bold drug policy moves, but this past week Georgia has made news for being the first state to permit pharmacies to dispense medical cannabis to registered patients (Go Falcons! Amirite?)
Given the positive sentiments expressed by a delegation of UK government officials visiting Canada on a cannabis-focused trade visit, could we be just two years away from recreational access? This piece seems to think so.
Colorado’s can-do stance on cannabis is well-documented. But in efforts to make it more accessible, food and beverage companies are petitioning for the state’s official bods to make it easier to run pop-up edibles events; citing the need for ‘special event permits’.
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