CannAcubed gets away with it in Singapore, how exactly? Well, they’re registered in Singapore as a biotech company, one that’s a “diversified cannabis company.” Their business is completely legal, as long as they conduct their business outside the country.
According to Insys Therapeutics President and CEO, Saeed Motahari, these financial results have led them no choice but to turn “INSYS into a leader in pharmaceutical cannabinoids and spray technology.” This would be part of their strategy to come up with alternative means of profit to recover from the opioid-related losses.
Campbell adds that the black market will eventually start getting into the business of making oils, which have better value and potency. Concentrates are still not regulated, which makes it easy for the black market to profit from it.
From the years 2000-2017, there’s been over 29,000 studies focused on cannabis alone, according to a recent research review that’s been published in Population Health Management.
The former Alabama GOP senator has long been a staunch opponent of cannabis legalization; so much so that when he was appointed Attorney General, it rattled everyone in the community including investors.
Other good news: Congressman Pete Sessions (R-Dallas) is finally out, thanks to a win by Colin Allred (D), who advocates ending cannabis prohibition.
The same rules follow for South Koreans. The South Korean embassy in Canada tweeted: “Even if South Koreans are in a region where marijuana is legal, it will be illegal for them to consume it. Please take care not to commit an illegal act and be punished,” reads the tweet.
The demand for skilled laborers in the cannabis industry only continues to grow, and perhaps expungement clinics may be the solution we need. From October 20 to 27 this month, more than 20 organizations coordinated for the first National Expungement Week (NEW) in the country.
The UK government was also quick to add that this isn’t going to lead to the legalization of recreational cannabis. “There will be strict controls in place and this is in no way a step towards legalizing the recreational use of cannabis,” said Home Secretary Sajid Javid.