There was a time when cannabis was considered to be the worst thing you could do. Billions of dollars were spent to convince people to “Just Say No”, but over the years that adage turned into “Let’s just grow”.
Famously known as “the girl who changed medical marijuana laws across America”, and "the most famous example of medicinal cannabis hemp use", Charlotte Figi’s story, although well documented, is sadly not unique.
Cannabis is believed to have originated from the steppes of Central Asia, particularly the regions now known as southern Siberia and Mongolia, says author Barney Warf, who has written extensively about the origins of cannabis and how it found its way to the United States.
Large banks are also very reluctant to come up with digital payment solutions that the marijuana industry could put to good use.
Much of what we know today about cannabis and THC, we owe to Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, who has been anointed as “The Godfather of THC”.
According to Bennett, the role that the great ganja played in the Bible actually remains misunderstood by many because of an error in translation which happened in the early scriptural history of the book.