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Delta8 vs Delta 9: What’s The Difference?

There’s a new cannabinoid player in town, and most don’t know everything about it… YET.
The interest in the delta-9 products will probably continue. As a general rule—for everyone’s health and safety—before we even dip our toes into this ‘legal’ THC variant, as some say, it’s vital that we do our research on it first. We, as consumers, should be able to identify what’s in it, what is it, and how it could affect our bodies. And how is the delta-8 different from the notorious delta-9 in every aspect? Good thing, we’re here to mediate in the delta 8 vs delta 9 fiasco. Time to dive deep and know the difference between delta 8 THC and delta 9 THC…

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European Commission Makes Two Big Steps on CBD Reform Front

This week the European Commission released news of two important developments that will certainly move the industry forward regionally. This is true even if further legal action is required in specific jurisdictions. With reform at an EU level, this creates the opportunity for policy and regulatory changes in individual countries like never before.

One very good example of this is the Kanavape case in France, which was raised to an EU-level legal challenge, and which, in turn, spawned a similar lawsuit in Germany to allow imported hemp products…

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What is HHC-O? What Are Cannabinoid Acetates? 

Today’s cannabis industry is moving at lightning speed, and we’re constantly learning about new discoveries relating to the plant. One of the latest trends getting ready to blow up the industry is HHC-O Acetate: a brand new cannabinoid that very little is actually known about. Let’s get into what exactly this psychoactive compound actually is, how it is created, and where you might be able to find it.

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New York Cracks Down on Illegal Cannabis Businesses

Credit: HighTimes
It has been nearly a year since New York legalized recreational pot, but the state made it clear on Tuesday that unlicensed weed sales are still a no go. New York’s Office of Cannabis Management said it sent letters to businesses it suspects of illegally selling cannabis, often done through the practice of “gifting,” in which a retailer sells a membership or service and then “gifts” the customer some cannabis in return.

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