Make Cannabis Edibles

Click here for updates on this story DENVER (KMGH) — When planning the perfect wedding, is it all about the dress? The cake? The flowers? That, of course, depends on the priorities and tastes of the lucky couple. But getting higher and higher on that list, at least here in Colorado, is the bar. Not […]

The world of cannabis is becoming more refined. When California first legalized medical cannabis in 1996, the only way one could purchase cannabis legally was through darkly-lit dispensaries with bars on the windows that were squirreled away in industrial parks. More than two decades later, the cannabis industry has evolved to a point where its […]

Here are some notable stories and events to watch for in the coming days: DAY OF DECISION: Shareholders of Canopy Growth and Acreage Holdings are scheduled to vote Wednesday on the much-heralded mega-merger of the two companies. If consummated, it would become the first major Canadian/U.S. cannabis transaction. Each company’s shareholders will vote separately. At least […]

About Lauren Yoshiko Lauren has contributed to the Willamette Week’s weed column since 2013, initially going by “Mary Romano” until marijuana became legal in Oregon. She also writes about movies, plays and restaurants for the Art and Culture section. … read more at: https://www.wweek.com/potlander/2019/05/23/a-beginners-guide-to-eating-edibles-2/

Dive Brief: Canada will allow some cannabis-infused products — edibles, beverages, topicals and extracts — to be sold in stores in December, according to the Associated Press. Health Canada issued regulatory details June 14, including packaging and labeling requirements. These will take effect Oct. 17, the CBC reported. Canada legalized recreational marijuana nationwide last October. Health officials said companies […]

  MEDICINE HAT, AB — Cannabis edibles are set to be sold in stores before Christmas, and one local baker says people in the community are interested. Since October 2018, McBride’s Bakery has hosted workshops where they show participants how to bake cannabis edibles safely. The bakery has no intention of selling cannabis edibles, but […]

(Bloomberg) — Molson Coors Brewing Co.’s cannabis joint venture plans to start selling multiple types of pot beverages on Canadian shelves the first day they can legally be sold, though they won’t contain alcohol. The maker of Coors Light has partnered with Gatineau, Quebec-based Hexo Corp. to make a variety of non-alcoholic, cannabis-infused drinks for […]

Here are some notable stories and events to watch for in the coming days: DAY OF DECISION: Shareholders of Canopy Growth and Acreage Holdings are scheduled to vote Wednesday on the much-heralded mega-merger of the two companies. If consummated, it would become the first major Canadian/U.S. cannabis transaction. Each company’s shareholders will vote separately. At least […]

In a crowded field of celebrities lending their names to marijuana brands, Grateful Dead drummer and Sonoma County local Mickey Hart wants his new line of prerolled joints to “transport your mind.” Comedian Chelsea Handler aims to help women manage stress, ditch the sleeping pills and overcome memories of bad highs through a line of […]

Gaingels comes to Canada A U.S.-based investment group that specializes in funding businesses with progressive values and LGBTQ leadership has made its first investment in Canada, CBC News reports. Gaingels has invested $360,000 in Borrowell, a Toronto-based fintech company that offers personal loans and free credit reports to customers. “We’re kind of drawing a line […]

RALEIGH — Andrew Ross, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Afghanistan, in January was working private security for a cross-country delivery of hemp. Ross’s task was simple: Guard a truckload of state-approved industrial hemp, grown in Kentucky, and bound for Colorado. Ross was pulled over by police in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, after the delivery truck […]

OLYMPIA – Cannabis regulators in Washington State will not be imposing a ban on sugared edibles. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board announced in October of last year the agency would re-evaluate all edible pot products early in 2019, especially edibles that might be considered more appealing to children. “Recently concerns have been raised […]

The edibles are coming. The edibles are coming…the legal ones, that is. With edibles set to become available this fall as part of Canada’s highly anticipated second wave of cannabis legalization, consumers will be able to legally purchase commercially made edibles, giving them a convenient alternative to home baking. Traditional consumers may already be in […]

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — When states legalize pot for all adults, long-standing medical marijuana programs take a big hit, in some cases losing more than half their registered patients in just a few years, according to a data analysis by The Associated Press. Much of the decline comes from consumers who, ill or not, got […]