In this week’s Cannabis Roundup we’ll have you covered on what’s happening in the world of cannabis.
The best way to describe June 18th’s Cannabis Roundup is “Dabules”. You know how a lot of people say a good story is a good story, even if it’s not a great story? Well, if you are one of those people, you might not like this week’s short story. Just kidding, everyone loves short stories. And if you’re the kind of person that’s always saying that short stories are better than long-form pieces, or vice-versa, then you’ll love this week’s.Virginia has launched a website with all the information on cannabis legalization. Check out this underground group of platoon fanatics who also love cannabis. And the B.C. government is urging cannabis users to comply with the legal market after serious contaminants were found in seized illegal products.
Virginia launches new cannabis website And if you like platooning and cannabis, join the platoon group. It’s Lo with Veriheal to keep you up to date with the latest cannabis news.
Virginia launches cannabis website
Good news for the residents of Virgini! The state has launched a new website about all things cannabis. It took years, but Virginia became the first state in the South to legalize recreational cannabis use. However, the market will not be established for another three years, leading to confusion about what is legal and what is not. Check the state website to see what is currently allowed and what will be allowed once the retail market is established. As of July 1, citizens 21 and older may possess up to one ounce for personal use and grow up to four plants per family (not per person). The exchange is allowed, but cannot be reciprocal. Therefore, gifts in exchange for the purchase of goods or services are prohibited. The new website also provides information on how legalisation will promote social equality and how interested parties can get involved. Be sure to visit www.cannabis.virginia.gov for more information.
Are you a Pelestonian?
Next news, Are you a platoon fanatic? You like marijuana too? Well, we have good news for you! There is a dedicated Facebook group of about 3,000 people who have joined together because of their enthusiasm for spin classes and cannabis. According to Insider.com, these Pelestonians, as they call themselves, recognize that cannabis is good for you. So they integrate it not only into their lives, but also into their training. But that’s not all! The group also serves as a safe space to discuss life issues such as relationships and mental health issues. This is an excellent example of the many positive effects of cannabis use.
British Columbia (Canada) urges users to buy legally or risk their health
One more thing, The government of British Columbia, Canada, is urging all cannabis users to stick to legal products after a series of tests revealed serious contamination of products seized from illegal dispensaries. The tests were conducted as part of a pilot study with two management agencies and revealed more than 20 different pesticides and unacceptable levels of fungi, bacteria and heavy metals in each sample. To make matters worse, traces of a highly toxic fungicide were found in most samples. Meanwhile, only three of the 20 samples are considered legally marketable. Believe what you want about government legalization and regulation of cannabis, but something needs to be done about this stuff. Otherwise, many people’s health may be at risk. So, like this video and follow us on Veriheal for the latest cannabis news. Thanks for watching! Lo is a millennial mother trying to live life to the fullest. Her interests include travel, design, food and promoting responsible cannabis use.
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