Courtesy of The Dale Report

#californiacannabis – “Eventually there’ll be a homeostasis, where companies become ‘lean, mean, and grow very good quality,’ says Kazan. For now, he says, the price may keep out of state operators out of the cannabis business in California.”

#californiacannabis – ““As an employer, you need to have a written plan to identify and correct health and safety risks. You also need to provide regular safety training for staff. (The state Department of Cannabis Control) and the Department of Industrial Relations have a variety of tools and resources to help you meet this requirement so you can get to the business of running your business, safely,” a statement released by the state Division of Occupational Health and Safety states.”

#psychedelic – “In North America, archaeological evidence indicates that people used peyote – a cactus containing mescaline, a psychoactive compound – 5,000 years ago.

After a federal ban in 1967, Native Americans won an exemption to use peyote for ceremonial purposes in the 1990s.

Today, peyote is considered sacred medicine among members of the Native American Church, which blends traditional Native American philosophy with Christian teachings.”

#cannabislaw – Intellectual Property – “Cannabis Global continues to pursue two non-provisional patent applications for cannabis technologies. The primary of these relates to using state-of-the-art production devices to supply nanoparticles and nanofibers made from cannabinoids….

In addition, Cannabis Global has filed for cover for inventions relating to the creation of cannabosides, which are modifications of the naturally occurring, plant-based cannabinoids that would potentially significantly increase the bio-absorption of cannabis-related compounds by the physical body.”