Tag: cannabis

23
Jun

Today in Cannabis

New York legislatures have passed “The Compassionate Care Act”, allowing the states’ citizens legal access to cannabis-based medicines.

(http://bit.ly/V5Ef3U)


 

The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) has attracted national attention preparing for Denver’s Cannabis Business Summit, scheduled for June 24th & 25th.

(http://on.wsj.com/1puPSur)

02
Jun

Today in Cannabis

For over a decade, synthetic “herbal incense” designed to mimic the effects of cannabis has gained popularity due to the fact it’s been buyable in-store, and doesn’t show up on drug tests. It’s dangerous because synthetic cannabanoids have the potential to be much more potent than their organic counterparts. In addition, their non-regulation leaves much unknown about potential negative effects.

The reason volatile ‘analogs’ (like various versions of herbal incense) even exist, is cannabis prohibition. If the federal government doesn’t make serious amendments to drug policy, significant demand for herbal incense will remain.

(http://www.ladybud.com/2014/06/02/inside-the-issue-synthetic-marijuana-aka-herbal-incense/)

28
May

Back on Schedule

Virginia congressman Morgan Griffith presented HR 4498 earlier this month. “The Legitimate Use of Medicinal Marijuana Act” aims to federally reclassify cannabis from Schedule I to II. Before considering the disproportion related to legal consequence, only substances which have no medical value are placed under Schedule I; the key to this bill is security for medical establishments on a federal level.

21
May
25
Apr

Our Space

Green Labs headquarters in the River North Arts District of Denver is designed to be fun, social and highly collaborative. Architect Jim Smith designed the office with ample light, brick and rock-face walls, and a deliberate open, airy feel. We couldn’t be more pleased!