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Netflix develops its own brand of cannabis - with different strains for each of its most popular shows - Mirror.co.uk


Mirror.co.uk

Netflix develops its own brand of cannabis - with different strains for each of its most popular shows
Mirror.co.uk
Not content with being a multi-billion dollar media company, Netflix is branching out into the development and distribution of recreational drugs. The California-based company has developed its own brand of cannabis, with different strains inspired by ...

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Meet the Cannabis Beauty Line That's Turning Your Daily Slick of Lip Balm Into a Wellness Moment - Vogue.com


Vogue.com

Meet the Cannabis Beauty Line That's Turning Your Daily Slick of Lip Balm Into a Wellness Moment
Vogue.com
“There are people who may be thinking: I'm not really into cannabis—I've never done it. I was that person,” says Claudia Mata, a former New York City–based fashion editor. “Ten years ago, I wouldn't have said, 'Oh, yeah, I'm starting a cannabis company.

cannabis market - Chemical & Engineering News


cannabis market
Chemical & Engineering News
It was an incurable tumor on her baby daughter's optic nerve that led Tracy Ryan to cannabis. Ryan and her husband were told that che-motherapy might slow the tumor's growth but that was the most they could hope for, and the effect might be short-lived.

Lagunitas Releases Beer Made With Cannabis - Men's Health


Men's Health

Lagunitas Releases Beer Made With Cannabis
Men's Health
Last week, Lagunitas Brewing Company debuted their SuperCritical Ale, a beer brewed with terpenes, aromatic compounds of essential oils that are extracted from some plants, including cannabis and hops. "What we're trying to focus on really has nothing ...
Lagunitas's newest IPA doesn't just smell like marijuana -- it contains actual cannabis extractsChicago Tribune
Lagunitas's New IPA Smells Like, Tastes Like, and is Brewed With CannabisJane Street

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America's lucrative new weed industry should compensate the black victims of the country's war on drugs - The Guardian


The Guardian

America's lucrative new weed industry should compensate the black victims of the country's war on drugs
The Guardian
To date, eight states have legalised recreational cannabis. Some colleges, such as the University of Denver, have introduced Business of Marijuana courses into their curriculums. Hordes of bright, mainly white, young things have launched lucrative ...

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