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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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Buying a cannabis business does not occur in a matter of days, and transactions fall apart for a variety of reasons, as we discussed in Part 1 of this blog series focused on the buy-side of a cannabis M&A transaction. In Part 2, we focused on the regulatory environment, discussing concepts that first-time buyers and their attorneys should be aware of. In Part 3, we looked into things to consider when hiring your cannabis attorney. In Part 4, we discussed brokers – whether and how to use them to their best utility. Today, we discuss how to structure the transaction and why the transaction structure matters.

Transaction Structures

Acquisitions of cannabis businesses are typically structured as either a purchase of (1) assets or (2) equity interests (including a merger scenario), with an initial closing and a final closing. Due to potentially extensive known and unknown liabilities in the target company, asset purchases are the rule unless a cannabis license is not permitted to be assigned or assumed by a buyer, as is the case in California, where the purchase of equity interests is almost universally used.

The Pace of Proceeding to Closing

The highly regulated nature of the cannabis marketplace creates an often slow-moving

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Many comedians have worked cannabis into their professional personas—some even make it their entire persona—but few have incorporated it as flawlessly as Rachel Wolfson. While she’s hilarious and not above using the leafy green goodness as a punch line, cannabis also goes much deeper with her. But it wasn’t always this way. 

“I was first really introduced to weed when I was 19, because growing up with such a strict family—my parents were politicians and defense attorneys—they used all these scare tactics and said I would literally die if I smoked weed,” Wolfson said. “Then I was living in Vermont, in college, and a boyfriend of mine literally laughed when I told him that. Then I started to realize like, ‘Okay, pretty much everyone knows that no one has ever died from smoking weed.’” 

Still, even after wrapping her mind around that realization, there was still subconscious fear and shame around using cannabis. But even that began to lift, as Wolfson researched NORML and cannabis advocacy and realized how much good work there was to do. Now she also uses cannabis for medical purposes in lieu of taking multiple pharmaceuticals. To this day, she is open and honest about using cannabis to

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Study results show that marijuana use is not independently associated with a loss of motivation among teenagers, according to recently published research. The research, by a team of investigators affiliated with Florida International University, was published online last week by the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.

The authors of the study note that a reduction of motivation is commonly cited as a consequence of cannabis. However, previous research on the subject has largely been focused on adults and has yielded mixed results. 

To conduct the research, investigators recruited a group of 401 study subjects who were aged 14 to 17 years old at the onset of the research. Each subject completed a total of five biannual assessments throughout the study period.

The researchers assessed the motivation of the study participants through the use of two self-reported questionnaires including the Apathy Evaluation Scale and the Motivation and Engagement Scale, which consists of subscales that quantify disengagement, persistence, planning, self-efficacy and the value the study subjects place on school. The researchers also asked about the participants’ use of alcohol, marijuana and tobacco during each assessment, and performed an analysis of the data to model patterns of cannabis use and motivation over time.

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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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To grow and make your own medicine… that is the stuff that dreams are made of, am I right?! We like to use our organic homegrown cannabis in a variety of ways, but making topical cannabis salve is on the top of the list. Cannabis salve can help to reduce inflammation, soothe skin irritation, joint pain, and more! It also happens to be quite simple to make your own cannabis salve, and easy to customize it to suit your needs.

Read along to learn how to make cannabis salve in 4 simple steps. With this recipe, you can use marijuana, hemp, high CBD, high THC, raw cannabis, decarbed cannabis, or any combination thereof! (Depending on what is legal and available in your area of course.) Let’s talk about benefits of each of those, how cannabis salve works, and what awesome healing potential it has.

– Read the entire article at Homestead and Chill.

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