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When it comes to buying CBD oil online in Canada from a shop or dispensary. There are all kinds of things to look out for to ensure you’re buying a quality product. Luckily for you, CBD is regulated in Canada, and that leaves very small room for error. But that doesn’t guarantee every CBD oil product will be of the highest possible quality.

So if you don’t like skipping this part, we suggesSearch Consolet you continue reading. By looking at our 5 things, you will never make a purchasing mistake at an online dispensary ever again. So with all that out of the way, let’s begin.

Make Sure the CBD Has Been Tested

There isn’t a better way to ensure quality when buying from an online dispensary than this one. CBD is derived from hemp. Hemp farmers source the hemp to manufacturers in Canada where they then turn it into oil. The question of where the hemp has been grown is an important one. And one way to know that the farmers are growing quality hemp is to test it. The website CBD Canada Select is a great resource for the best CBD oil quality and prices in the nation.

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IONIA — Another marijuana dispensary has opened in Ionia — this one along Steele Street near downtown.

Consume Cannabis, 406 S. Steele St., celebrated its grand opening Thursday, July 22. The Ionia Area Chamber of Commerce was on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. 

The dispensary currently sells medical marijuana and will add adult-use once it receives approval from the state of Michigan, said General Manager Anthony Serpico.  

Consume Cannabis has several locations in Illinois and Michigan, according to its website. Its Michigan locations are in Alma, Harrisville and Quincy. The company launched in January 2020, per its website. 

The motto for Consume Cannabis is “We will guide you,” Serpico said. 

“We want to make sure we have the proper education for all of our guests and make sure we meet all of their needs when it comes to cannabis,” he said. “We love being an instrumental part of the community and getting active.” 

Consume Cannabis will sell adult-use marijuana once the physical license is on the property, Serpico said. 

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Ionia’s location played a role in Consume Cannabis’s decision to set up a store there, Serpico said. 

“Ionia just seemed like a good place to be in Michigan,” Serpico said. “The company’s

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The dispute over ownership of the only licensed medical marijuana dispensary inside the city limits has been resolved, ending an almost two-year court battle.

An amended operating agreement signed earlier this month listed Dragan Vicentic as having full ownership of Green Springs Medical, the Seneca Street dispensary that became embroiled in an ownership dispute shortly after its May 2019 opening.

Bruce Simpson, who alleged Vicentic forced him out of the business in the lawsuit he filed in Garland County Circuit Court in September 2019, no longer has an ownership interest. The consent agreement included with Special Judge Ted Capeheart’s July 9 order authorizing Vicentic and Simpson to negotiate an amended operating agreement said Simpson received a lump-sum payment as part of the settlement.

“The parties have reached a confidential settlement that requires Simpson to relinquish any office or position with Green Springs and transfer to Vicentic any and all rights in the permit, Green Springs and its property in exchange for a fully satisfactory one-time payment and other warranties, releases and obligations,” the consent agreement said.

Vicentic and Simpson’s attorneys issued a statement earlier this week.

“(Vicentic and Simpson) have agreed to release the following statement and make no further

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The general manager of the medical marijuana dispensary said he hopes to meet the growing local demand for medical marijuana.

Posted: Jul 24, 2021 11:32 PM

Posted By: Ron Johnson

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LA GRANDE — A medicinal marijuana farmer is leading the charge to bring back a medical marijuana dispensary to La Grande.

Derik Drake, owner of Flower of Life Farms, Nyssa, is aiming to partially repeal Ordinance 3228 banning marijuana farming and distribution in La Grande in order to take over as owner of HWY 30 Cannabis. Drake hopes to gain 1,315 signatures by Monday, July 26, in order to put the initiative on the city ballot in November.

Drake and his team have frequented local shopping centers, events and the downtown area in order to advertise and garner support.

“We’re working at it from every angle,” he said. “We’re just trying to keep things moving in a positive direction in this community.”

In 2015, the city of La Grande adopted Ordinance 3228 banning medical marijuana processing sites, medical marijuana dispensaries, recreational marijuana producers, recreational marijuana processors, recreational marijuana wholesalers and recreational marijuana retailers. Despite the ban, HWY 30 Cannabis on Adams Avenue was grandfathered in as a result of being opened prior to the ordinance, which allowed the shop to continue operating as the only medical marijuana dispensary in the city.

As a local medical marijuana farmer, Drake sold his product to HWY 30

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Weed lovers are really being spoiled in this day and age, thanks to many online dispensaries available in Canada. Now, all Canadians can simply browse and purchase their weed and other cannabis-based products online.

But, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Since there are so many online dispensaries in Canada, it is important to find a quality dispensary, so you can get your cannabis reliably.

In this article, we are going to learn about picking a quality online dispensary in Canada. Hopefully, after reading this article, you can find the best online dispensary for your needs.

A decent selection of cannabis products

The quality of an online dispensary can be gauged based on the options it offers. It is just way more convenient to be able to purchase everything you need from the same online dispensary. And considering how many types of strains are available, being able to get everyone from the same place is a godsend. Furthermore, you might also be able to take advantage of bulk discounts.

Check out if the online dispensary has all these products:

Cannabis flowers. Marijuana edibles. Capsules, oils, and other medicinal. Topical CBD and THC creams. Vape cartridges and other vaping

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Once New Jersey officials green-light recreational, adult-use marijuana sales, Phillipsburg’s medical dispensary has the town’s approval to open its doors to weed users and the cannabis-curious ages 21 and older.

Town council on Tuesday gave final approval to an ordinance prohibiting recreational cannabis businesses in Phillipsburg, except at The Apothecarium that opened last November at 55 S. Main St.

New Jersey voters in a ballot referendum last November approved legalizing recreational, adult-use marijuana. Gov. Phil Murphy in February signed the legalization legislation into law, and a commission has been working to hammer out regulations before retail sales can begin.

Municipalities have until Aug. 21 to opt out of permitting recreational marijuana businesses within their borders, and those that opt in face a five-year moratorium before they can once again consider local rules for the industry.

Phillipsburg council on June 15 gave initial approval to the ordinance banning recreational, adult-use businesses. The discussion among council members at the meeting focused on opting out of allowing recreational cannabis sales by the deadline, to buy time to consider at a later date permitting these businesses to operate.

The ordinance available for public review ahead of the June 15 meeting did not include The Apothecarium’s exception, and lehighvalleylive.com on

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Years of deliberations will come to a head Tuesday when Wilmette trustees will likely offer direction on whether to allow recreational cannabis sales in the village. 

The Village Board is slated to continue discussions on the matter at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 27, during its regular meeting. The meeting will be held in-person at Wilmette Village Hall, 1200 Wilmette Ave. and will also be livestreamed on the village’s YouTube channel.

Village officials started their review of adult-use cannabis sales within town limits in the summer of 2019. At that time, trustees prohibited the in-village sale of recreational cannabis prior to the legalization of such sales by the State of Illinois in January 2020.

In the summer of 2020, officials reignited the discussions and ultimately set up an advisory ballot question to collect the community’s opinion on the issue. 

The nonbinding advisory referendum, which appeared on local voters’ November ballot, garnered strong support from Wilmette residents with just over 56 percent of residents voting in favor of allowing the sale of cannabis in the village.

Officials have continued to review cannabis sales since the advisory referendum.

Earlier this year, Wilmette trustees held a special meeting where they OK’d the land use

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Each month Greenway asks a handful of the best dispensary representatives from around the state to give a recommendation for their favorite, or the most popular, product at their dispensary. If you’d like to nominate your favorite budtender or dispensary, drop us a line at hello@mogreenway.com

GMO Live Resin Badder – Proper

At Jane Dispensary we have a variety of products for all types of cannabis consumers, and I love that I have options for whatever I may need. Recently, I have been stuck on Proper Cannabis concentrates, especially GMO Live Resin Badder. When I first opened this potent concentrate, I was hit with its pungent aroma and I couldn’t wait to try it. Coming in at 80.3% this strong dab was surprisingly smooth & came with very relaxing but happy effects. My mood was immediately lifted with a nice unwinding high. I cannot love this badder more, if you are a regular dabber, give GMO a try!!

Abi Gonzalez, Cannabis Consultant,  Jane Dispensary (featured photo)

Oak Hollaman, Fresh Karma Dispensaries

Purple Chem – Illicit

It’s a cross between chemdawg and granddaddy purp. I love it because it’s a flower I can smoke on at all times of the day

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