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CBD oil for sale online

CBD oil for sale online

CBD oil for sale online

It is well known that the main product in which CBD is marketed is in the form of oil. Technically, CBD is cannabidiol, which is the phytocannabinoid present in hemp sativa plants. Italian law 242 of 2 December 2016 has set the limits within which traces of THC can be present for CBD-based products. That is, chemical substances with a psychotropic effect, also naturally contained in hemp.

This limit is set at a percentage between 0.2 and 0.6%. Cannabidiol is naturally present within hemp flowers. In order for CBD oil to be sold online, the CBD must be extracted from the flowers through different, more or less invasive, ways.

How CBD is extracted from hemp

In order to sell CBD oil online, you need to proceed with four different extraction methods:

  • Without solvents. It is the cheapest method to extract CBD by hand, therefore without altering it with chemicals. You need to apply some pressure combined with heat and rubbing the flowers and leaves;
  • With solvents. A chemical substance is added that allows the CBD to be separated from the other components through evaporation. In this case you need a minimum of equipment;
  • With oil. This is a very popular home method and is the one in which olive oil is used after decarboxylating the flowers. The mixture must be heated and then left to cool to eliminate any plant residues from the plant;
  • With CO2. It is the safest and most widely used industrial method through which CO2 is brought to the supercritical state. That is to say in which the matter is both liquid and gaseous. From here the CBD is extracted through the plant material without compromising it.

After extraction, the product must be refined to obtain the highest possible quality and arrive at CBD oil for sale online. In the crystals the refining process is so high that the CBD reaches a purity of 99%, the highest ever.

What CBD does

Since CBD oil is one of the main cannabis-derived products on the market, it is the most widely used. It is therefore the product that immediately catches your eye when searching for CBD oil for sale online. The CBD extract, in fact, is diluted in a carrier oil to create a product with multiple characteristics. It is possible to find oil sold in three main groupings. The first is the one that contains, without distinction, all the components of hemp and not just those based on CBD and THC within the limits of the law.

In fact, the other properties of the plant, such as vitamins, fibre, proteins, are also present in this oil defined as full spectrum. The second type of oil on the market is the one that contains all the properties of hemp, with the exception of THC. Finally, the third type contains only CBD isolated in a very intense ratio. The most popular way to take CBD oil is to ingest a few drops sublingually, holding them for a few seconds before swallowing them.

How to behave inside a cannabis club after the Coronavirus

How to behave inside a cannabis club after the Coronavirus

How to behave inside a cannabis club after the Coronavirus

Cannabis clubs are reopening after the Coronavirus. Much of Spain has entered phase two of the easing of restrictive measures planned to contain Covid and clubs can reopen.

The reopenings include a series of safety measures to be implemented to avoid a new spread of Covid. Even cannabis clubs after the coronavirus have new rules to respect, if you want to enter you will have to be made aware of them and, above all, you will have to respect them. Each club applies the measures required by law and applies them in a way that adapts them to their spaces and their member base. There may be slight differences between one club and another, mainly due to the type of venue and the spaces they have available.

In general, however, you have to realize that social distancing rules prevent clubs from working to their full potential. Having to maintain distance between members requires clubs to reduce seating and limit admissions. Some clubs have temporarily suspended new memberships pending an easing of the restrictions established by law.

If you plan on joining your favorite cannabis club again, or are thinking about joining a club for the summer, you need to know a few things.

Behaviors to follow to enter a club

Post-Coronavirus cannabis clubs require responsible and attentive behavior from members. There are a series of behaviors that you must adopt in order to make your stay, and that of other members, as safe and pleasant as possible. Let’s see together what the fundamental points are.

  • Always call before signing in.
  • Don’t show up without making an appointment, otherwise you won’t be able to enter. If you have made an appointment, respect the time and try to be as punctual as possible.
  • If you have been given a time limit for your stay, be careful and exit when your time is up. This way you will not cause inconvenience to other members waiting to enter
  • Always maintain the required safety distance
  • Wash your hands often or use disinfectant gel
  • Bring everything you need for smoking with you. The club, to limit the spread of the virus, will not give you the tools but only the grass

Entering a club and respecting all the rules is a sign of good manners and respect for others. Those who, like you, are waiting to enter and have an appointment do not have to wait because you do not respect the access rules!

Not just rules for members. The club also does its part

Entering a cannabis club after the Coronavirus means entering a clean and sanitized environment several times a day. Each club is required to maintain a very high standard of cleanliness which also includes the sanitization of seats and tables between one member and another. Respect by members for timetables and limited access will allow clubs to work better and sanitize areas better with better safety for everyone.

Colorado uses $3 million from marijuana taxes to provide food and shelter for homeless people

Colorado uses $3 million from marijuana taxes to provide food and shelter for homeless people

Colorado uses $3 million from marijuana taxes to provide food and shelter for homeless

The debate over the legalization of marijuana has been prevalent in North American culture for over 50 years. The state of Colorado’s decision in October 2014 to legalize marijuana for recreational use was seen as a revolution by both sides of the divide. Colorado has decided to use marijuana tax dollars to help the homeless. It thus gave food for thought for other countries, demonstrating how legalization can help alleviate social problems that afflict every city.

Colorado and Marijuana

Since that decision was made nearly four years ago, the state of Colorado has seen a year-over-year increase in tax revenue earned from cannabis sales. In the last budget year, which ended in June 2016, the state brought in nearly $70 million. Revenue obtained through taxation was one of the key arguments for legalizing weed. Now that this argument has been clearly validated, many taxpayers have been wondering what the state will do with the additional money.

The response in one city is almost as revolutionary as the passage of the law itself. Aurora will use more than a third of the $4.5 million earned through cannabis taxation to support nonprofit organizations.

Over the next three years, a total of more than  $3 million will be given to a variety of groups across the city who work with the homeless community.

The positive impact of marijuana on society

The world has lauded the decision, passed in May 2016, as an example of how marijuana legalization can benefit the local community. City Councilman Bob Roth believes it shows the people of Aurora the influence local government can have. “We wanted to be able to show citizens that we are having a positive impact on the community and target specific projects for where the money will go.”

With over 1,000 homeless people on the streets of Aurora, this powerful example of local government working for the most vulnerable members of society will positively impact the lives of people across the city.

So far the government has not committed all the money to specific projects, as the city is still working on the full list of projects they wish to support. However, the Colfax Community Network received $220,000 to help with operating costs. The money ensures Colfax can continue their critical work, with additional funding it will secure over the next two years.

Finding homes for the homeless

In addition, they also received money from Comitis Crisis Center and Aurora Mental Health for each organization to purchase a van and hire two assistants. This decision allows them to access homeless people who cannot reach their shelters.

One Aurora Housing Association will receive  $45,000 to pay the salary of their owner coordinator to enable them to serve in the role full time. The work is crucial to ensuring the cycle of homelessness does not continue, as landlords often refuse requests from formerly homeless people. Alongside these confirmed financial commitments, the city is considering building a series of day centers across the city. Homeless people will be able to wash their clothes, receive mental health assistance and take a shower.

The legalization of marijuana is undoubtedly a controversial issue. However, the positive use of the money made from it in Aurora is proof of the good it can do. The homeless community is often viewed as an unwanted subcategory of people by society. A subcategory that doesn’t deserve empathy, that is deservedly avoided, and a subcategory that exists because of drugs. The city of Aurora uses money from drug sales to restore basic rights to the homeless population.


Doctors claim the right to use medical cannabis

Doctors claim the right to use medical cannabis

Doctors claim the right to use medical cannabis

Federal bans prohibiting the therapeutic and recreational use of cannabis were first imposed by Congress with the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937. Subsequently, the plant’s organic compounds were classified as a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. This classification places the plant in the same supply as heroin. It also states that cannabis has “a high potential for abuse with no currently established medical use”. In contrast, cocaine and methamphetamine can be consumed under the supervision of a doctor and are classified as type II drugs. Examples of Schedule III and IV drugs include anabolic steroids and Valium. Against this classification, some doctors instead claim the right to use medical cannabis, supporting the contribution that the plant could make in the medical field.

In support of the therapeutic use of cannabis

Federal lawmakers continue to use the old drug classification as a means to defend the criminalization of marijuana. However, there appears to be minimal scientific basis for the plant’s categorization. Since its ban has passed to 75 years, researchers continue to study the therapeutic properties of cannabis.

There are over 20,000 reviews and studies published in scientific literature regarding the cannabis plant and its cannabinoids, almost a third of these have been published in the last 4 years. A keyword search on PubMed Central (the US government library) shows only 2,100 studies since 2011.

Modern culture is now catching up to what our ancestors knew, and public opinion and relaxing state legislation are paving the way for more people to use medical marijuana for a wide number of medical conditions. Currently, marijuana for medical purposes is legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia.

The debate continues to simmer at both the state and federal levels. But we are beginning to accept the body of scientific evidence indicating that marijuana may contain powerful medicinal properties that we would be foolish to overlook.

Articles and authors in favor of therapeutic use

Joycelyn Elders, MD, former US Surgeon General, wrote the following in a March 26, 2004 article titled “Myths About Medical Marijuana,” published in the Providence Journal:


Ray Cavanaugh, Ph.D., National Director of the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC), wrote  a 2002 article titled “The Plight of the Chronically Ill.” The article lists some beneficial effects of the therapeutic use of cannabis on certain diseases:


The American Nurses Association (ANA) wrote the following in its “March 19, 2004 Position Statement: Providing Patients with Safe Access to Medical Marijuana/Cannabis,” posted on the ANA website:



Pupo: “hashish chocolate ice cream”

Pupo: “hashish chocolate ice cream”

Pupo: “hashish chocolate ice cream”

And the video shot with smartphones immediately went viral. Enzo Ghinazzi aka Pupo, Iene makes him get high until he feels sick.

The guys from a cannabis smoking club don’t hesitate for even a minute to take out the video cameras on their phones and share the deplorable figure of our dear Italian singer on various social networks. They enter a renowned Californian shop, the singer buys 175 dollars in food, flowers and extractions. Pupo debuts in the cannabis world with a nice hit of pure weed inside a bong, with THC percentages above 25%.

The bong

The Iene interviewer incites Pupo to smoke a nice bong as his debut in the world of Cannabis aided by the owner of the Club. Any experienced smoker would have almost collapsed with a brazier full of Californian weed. However, not happy with the first shot, always encouraged by the presenter, Pupo follows… and after 15 minutes inside the Club the delirium. Yes, a Club because in California the consumption/purchase methods are different. It can be bought in Shoops and consumed in a Club, but the Club cannot sell.

The singer in full swing pays homage to those present in an improvised mini show by simply giving them grief, representing Italy and Italian music. We people of inveterate cannabis consumers, good old Franco from Green house would be turning in his grave. After Pupo’s outburst singing everything done, you can see it on the Mediaset website, he gets the infamous “munchies” and to conclude, as if by “magic” a boy who sells ice creams door to door arrives in the Club, yes, but the ice creams are high in THC.

Pupo gulps down 4 in front of the “journalist” if we can call him that. Nobody warns him of the side effects, nobody stops him. Pupo, in a state of cannabis intoxication, unaware that he had eaten tons of THC, was told only at the end of the 4 ice creams that they were full of a psychoactive substance.

So to summarize:

2 Pure Weed Bongs (What we saw, we suspect we smoked more)

4 Cannabis ice creams with high THC content.

Conclusions: The service is not for informational purposes but for disinformational purposes, without any logic and judgment on the part of those who should have “guided” the unfortunate singer to a correct approach to Cannabis for a 62 year old man.

The video ends in “tragedy” in the hotel room, with Pupo in his underwear hugging the toilet bowl and vomiting, calling for a doctor because, says Enzo: I FEEL LIKE I’M DYING, HELP ME.

Italy, as usual, Hemp light THC residue alarm

Italy, as usual, Hemp light THC residue alarm

Italy, as usual, Hemp light THC residue alarm

Light hemp, caution when selling products: DM expected on THC residues in foods. Pharmacies are invited to exercise “particular caution” when evaluating the opportunity to offer some light hemp-based products for sale.

Hemp, currently available in some commercial establishments, as the relevant legislation lacks a ministerial decree, which has not yet been issued on the levels of THC residues in foods.

In the meantime, sampling of these products by the NAS is underway. A Federfarma circular that responds to requests for clarification received on the matter warns pharmacists about the opportunity to initiate this type of commercial choice.

The union recalls the current regulations, in particular the law of 2 December 2016, n. 242: “Provisions for the promotion of the cultivation and agro-industrial supply chain of hemp” which allows cultivation without prior authorization. It can be used for the production of foods and cosmetics, but does not apply to hemp varieties subject to the Consolidated Drug Law referred to in Presidential Decree 309/90. In particular, in 242 two articles are of “particular importance”.

Article 4 sets maximum THC limits. Crops exceeding 0.6% of active ingredient may lead to the seizure or destruction of the crops themselves and art. 5 which refers the definition of the maximum levels of THC residues allowed in foods to a decree of the Ministry of Health, to be issued within six months. However, the ministerial decree has not yet been issued, leaving, in fact, “margins of uncertainty for a complete framework” of the issue. In the meantime, however, the Nas are carrying out sampling of the products in question. These circumstances, suggests Federfarma, “cannot fail to induce particular caution in evaluating the opportunity of offering the products in question for sale in pharmacies”.