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Bill Maher Appears to Back Equity in Cannabis on 'Real Time’ – CelebStoner


Bill Maher: „he business of selling pot would be awarded first to the those who suffered most from the drug war and, you know what, I can’t argue with that instinct.”

Sniffing out the hottest issue in cannabis, Bill Maher has weighed in on the equity debate on recent episodes Real Time on HBO.

Just this week, on June 24, Maher carved out a section of his final New Rule to make this statement:

„When he ran in 2020 Bernie Sanders said he would legalize marijuana on his first day as president. But, that the business of selling pot would be awarded first to the those who suffered most from the drug war and, you know what, I can’t argue with that instinct. The drug war has been a horrendous instrument of prejudice and punishment for racial minorities. So, it seems fair that they jump the line for weed franchises the way Indians did for casinos. But it’s also what’s holding up Republican support from legalizing weed nationally, which woud be good for everybody. And these are the hard, practicle choices the Democrats have to weigh: Redress the past or reach out to the gettable white voter who says, You know what, I’d like a shot at getting in the pot business. But to do that I’m going to need a good lawyer who fights for me.”

Cue to 4:45 below…

Speaking to former Attorney General Eric Holder on Real Time/Overtime on June 3, Maher noted: „I think Republicans are going to steal the issue. Like, John Boehner works for a marijuana company now. It could be one of those freedom issues and of course Republicans smoke losy of pot too.”

„Not enough,” Holder quipped back. „They need to mellow out just a little bit more.”

„But there was something that was passed in the House,” Maher went on. „The Republicans are against it  because they think there’s too much stuff about equity in there. Now I understand the impetus to want to, like, for example, if you’re gonna have new businesses that are legal in the marijuana field, yeah, they probably should go to the people who suffered the most during the drug war. Republicans, of course, are saying this is a deal-breaker. What do you want, half a loaf? If they said OK, no equity, is it better to have the law passed or changed or is it better to hold out for equity?”

Cue to :55…

Holder replied: „It’s better to have the law changed. And as I said, deal with the societal reality that we have and, you know, try to make it as equitable as you possibly can, but I wouldn’t want to stop the movement that I think makes sense for the sake of equity.” 

Maher is an investor in The Woods, a new dispensary in West Hollywood co-owned by Woody Harrelson.

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Embassy: Don’t bring cannabis to Japan – ฺBangkok Post

Thai tourists are warned not to bring carry cannabis, hemp, or products with cannabis or hemp as ingredients into Japan. (Photo: Somchai Poomlard)
Thai tourists are warned not to bring carry cannabis, hemp, or products with cannabis or hemp as ingredients into Japan. (Photo: Somchai Poomlard)

The Thai embassy in Japan has warned Thais not to carry cannabis, hemp and cannabis or hemp-based products into Japan or face punishment.

The embassy on Friday posted a warning on its Facebook page: „The Thai embassy in Tokyo would like to warn Thai people not to bring in cannabis, hemp or products containing with these plants into Japan. Violators could face punishment under the Japanese law.”

Under the Japanese law, possession of cannabis and hemp for import and export purposes carries a jail term of up to 7 years, while possession of the weed for sale is liable to up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to ¥3 million (about 786,200 baht), the embassy warned.

It also warned people to beware of receiving illegal items for delivery in Japan.

Thailand is the first country in Southeast Asia to delist the cannabis plant from the government’s Category 5 narcotics list, following the publication of a Ministry of Public Health announcement in the Royal Gazette.

Earlier, the government issued new rules to limit access to marijuana and hemp to people at least 20 years of age, after the decriminalisation of cannabis since June 9 sparked many complaints.

Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul signed the regulations on June 16 to designate marijuana and hemp as controlled plants.

Those under the age of 20 will not be allowed to own and use the plants, both of which are in the cannabis family, unless they have permission from doctors.

The Thai embassy in Japan posts a warning on its Facebook page on Friday. (Photo:@rtejapan Facebook page)

Progress towards medical cannabis inches forward in Mississippi – WDAM

PINE BELT, Miss. (WDAM) – Medical cannabis for qualified patients in Mississippi inches closer to becoming a reality.

The Mississippi Department of Revenue announced that they will begin accepting applications for dispensaries on July 5.

Applications and registrations for patients and medical practitioners, as well as facets of cannabis production began June 1 through the Mississippi Department of Health (MSDOH).

The work of both agencies stem from the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act, which became law back in February. The framework for legalized medicinal marijuana in Mississippi was delayed by roughly a year due to the overturning of Initiative 65 by the Mississippi Supreme Court in May of 2021.

Ken Newburger is the Executive Director of the Mississippi Medical Marijuana Association, which was established in 2020. From Initiative 65′s conception in 2018 to now, Newburger has relentlessly pushed for medical marijuana in the Magnolia State.

“We are at the end of the initial lawmaking and rulemaking, and we’re now at the point where the program is launching,” said Newburger. “So the plane is getting off the ground.”

Patients with conditions covered under the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act can go to a physician to complete medical certification from the MSDOH. Patients can then apply to participate in the medical cannabis program. Upon acceptance into the program, the patients will receive a patient identification card that they can use to purchase medical cannabis from a licensed dispensary. An infographic from the MDOH website outlines the process here.

The next anticipated stop in the rolling-out process is where patients will be able to buy their medicinal marijuana from a licensed dispensary. Estimates for first purchase dates will be determined by the average growth of the cannabis plant, which will start being planted in July.

Newburger anticipates purchases starting by early December of this year or early January of next year. In the meantime, he believes that a good place in the process has been reached.

“At this point, I think we’re moving very much towards what the spirit of Initiative 65 was, which is to get patients medical marijuana,” said Newburger.

More information pertaining to dispensary application can be accessed here.

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CBD Flowers: How to Properly Incorporate Them Into Your Lifestyle – Intelligent Living

CBD flowers are becoming more and more popular as an addition to people’s lifestyles. Some people use them for their medicinal properties, while others simply enjoy the relaxing effect that CBD can have. However, for many people, incorporating CBD flowers into their lifestyle can be a bit of a challenge. With so many different products available and various ways to consume CBD, it can be hard to know where to start. Especially if you’re new to CBD, the process can seem quite daunting.

Luckily, there are several general steps you should follow if you want to make the most out of your CBD experience. Therefore, in this article, we will go over several different tips and tricks you should keep in mind and explain each one in detail so that you can understand everything there is to know about incorporating CBD flowers into your lifestyle.

Understand Different Types of CBD Flowers

Once you’ve found a reputable seller, it’s time to start exploring the different types of CBD flowers that are available. As you may know, CBD is a cannabinoid that is found in the cannabis plant. There are many different strains of cannabis, and each one contains a different ratio of CBD to THC.

THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that gets people high, while CBD does not have any psychoactive effects. However, both compounds can offer various medicinal and therapeutic benefits.

When it comes to CBD flowers, there are three main types: Indica, Sativa, and hybrid. Indica strains are known for their relaxing and sedative effects, while Sativa strains tend to be more energizing and uplifting. Hybrid strains are a combination of both Indica and Sativa strains and can offer a balance of effects.

In recent years, This Sativa dominant Hybrid called HHC or Hexahydrocannabinol has become increasingly popular due to its high CBD content and low THC levels, and uplifting effects. It’s a federally legal THC shown to be more effective in lower doses. You can find HHC flowers for sale only online as of now, so it’s important to make sure you’re buying them from a reputable seller. And if you’re not sure which type of CBD flower is right for you, don’t hesitate to ask the seller for advice. They should be able to help you choose a strain that suits your needs and preferences.

Find a Reputable Seller

When it comes to CBD flowers, finding a reputable seller is of utmost importance. After all, you want to be sure that you’re getting quality products and that you can trust the source from which you’re buying them.

There are many different sellers out there, so it’s important to do your research before choosing one. Look for a seller who has a good reputation and who sells high-quality products. You should also make sure that the seller is licensed and compliant with all relevant regulations.

If you’re not sure where to start, ask around for recommendations from friends or family members who have had positive experiences with CBD flowers. Or, check out online reviews to get an idea of what other people think about the seller’s products and services. And if you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to contact the seller directly and ask. The most reputable sellers will be more than happy to answer any of your questions.

By choosing a reputable CBD flower seller, you can rest assured knowing that you’re getting quality products and that you’re supporting a business that is operating ethically.

Decide How You Want to Consume CBD Flowers

Once you’ve chosen the right type of CBD flower for you, it’s time to decide how you want to consume it. There are many different ways to consume CBD, and each one offers its own set of pros and cons.

Smoking

The most common way to consume CBD flowers is by smoking them. This is the quickest and most effective way to experience the effects of CBD, as it enters your bloodstream directly through your lungs. However, smoking can also be harsh on your lungs and may not be the best option if you’re looking for a long-term solution.

Vaporizing

This is a great way to get all the benefits of smoking without any of the harmful side effects. It’s also much less harsh on your lungs, so it’s a good option if you’re looking for a long-term solution. Vaporizing CBD flowers is also one of the quickest and most effective ways to experience the effects of CBD. It also allows you to control the dose more easily than smoking.

Edibles

If you don’t want to smoke or vaporize CBD flowers, you can always make your edibles. This is a great way to get all the benefits of CBD without any of the harmful side effects. You can find them in different forms including gummies, candy, chocolate, and more. Edibles also tend to be more potent and last longer than other methods of consumption. However, they can take a bit longer to kick in and can be harder to dose accurately.

Oils or Lotions

CBD flowers can also be used to make oils or lotions. This is often done by infusing the flowers in carrier oil or lotion. This is a great way to get all the benefits of CBD without any of the harmful side effects. The main purpose of using oils or lotions is to apply them topically, but they can also be ingested. They are used for a variety of purposes including pain relief, inflammation, skin conditions, and more.

Know the Right Dose for You

Once you’ve decided how you want to consume CBD flowers, it’s important to know the right dose for you. This is because, like all medications, CBD can have different effects depending on the person. Some people may need a higher dose to experience the desired effects, while others may only need a small amount. If you’re not sure how much CBD to take, it’s always best to start with a small amount and increase it gradually until you find the right dose for you.

Keep in mind that CBD can interact with some medications, so it’s important to be careful of drug interactions. If you’re taking any medication, you should always talk to your doctor or healthcare professional first before taking CBD. This is because CBD can increase the levels of some medications in your blood, which can lead to serious side effects.

Store Your CBD Flowers Properly

Depending on how you want to consume your CBD flowers, you’ll need to store them properly. This is because CBD is a volatile compound and can degrade quickly if it’s not stored properly.

If you’re going to smoke or vaporize your CBD flowers, you’ll need to store them in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. Glass jars are the best option for this. You should also keep them away from heat and light as much as possible. On the other hand, If you’re going to make edibles with your CBD flowers, you’ll need to infuse them into an oil or butter first. Once they’re infused, you can store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to two weeks.

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CBD flowers are a great way to incorporate CBD into your life and as you can see, there are a variety of ways to do so. By following these tips, you’ll be able to make the most of them and experience all the benefits that CBD has to offer. Just be sure to only buy from a reputable source and know the right dose for you. With that said, enjoy your CBD flowers!

5 High Hopes for Summer Include These Cannabis-Film Pairings – Phoenix New Times

Welcome to summer. While the great outdoors beckon elsewhere, we city folk of Phoenix stick to the OK indoors with its refreshing air conditioning, cool water, and never-ending supply of screen-based entertainment. What better way to enjoy time inside than with a good movie and some high-quality weed?

Here are our picks for five pairings of film and cannabis for lazy summer days. Whether you are on summer vacation or just looking to unwind after a hot day, these choices are worth tuning in to the next time you’re ready to melt into the couch.

1. Spaceballs and Death Star

Where to Watch: YouTube

Where to Buy: Giving Tree

Our list begins with a classic, Spaceballs, paired with the dank and skunky Death Star. Death Star is an indica-dominant strain, derived from a cross between Sensi Star and Sour Diesel. The effects of Death Star are relaxing and euphoric — perfect for cracking up on the couch. Not unlike its namesake, Death Star leaves people blasted in its wake and bake. However, those brave enough to be on the receiving end of Death Star are known to hit ludicrous speed and travel the galaxy in a Winnebago with their favorite Mog. Like any great strain, Death Star sends smokers straight to plaid. Do yourself a favor: Roll up some Death Star, grab a slice, and blast off with Spaceballs. May the Schwartz be with you.

Everything Everywhere All at Once and GG #4

Where to watch: YouTube

Where to buy: Harvest HOCEverything Everywhere All at Once is an interdimensional therapy session of a film that invites viewers to question the completeness of their reality and ponder the multiverse. For a film as action-packed, hilarious, and introspective as Everything Everywhere All at Once, we need a strain that can keep up.

Enter GG #4 (aka Gorilla Glue, GG4) — a potent sativa-dominant hybrid strain with a storied lineage tied to Sour Diesel, Sour Dubb, Chem’s Sister, and Chocolate Diesel. The strain induces an envelope-filter-like buzz that tickles the brain and glues the body — frequently to the couch. GG4 pairs perfectly with the exciting visual effects, entangled storylines, comedy, and poetic truth of Everything Everywhere All at Once. Remember, your highest potential could come from your lowest iteration. Now go get stoned.

The Holy Mountain and Headband

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Where to Buy: Nirvana Center

The Holy Mountain is Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 surrealistic vision. The film follows “The Thief” as he struggles through life, eventually meeting The Alchemist, played by Jodorowsky. The Holy Mountain playfully dances with religious and occult themes and imagery, creating an alchemic ritual of its own. The Thief and seven others train with The Alchemist to ascend the Mountain of Immortals, and they learn deeper lessons along the way. Viewers may recognize some of the film’s famous set designs from popularized stills.

Much like The Alchemist in The Holy Mountain, Headband crowns its disciples with the timeless wisdom of peace and creativity. Headband is the classic cross of OG Kush and Sour Diesel, so count on it to bring equal parts relaxation and pep as you watch the mystical, visual wonder that is The Holy Mountain.

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Friday and OG Kush

Where to Watch: HBO Max

Where to Buy: Nature’s Wonder

It’s time now for two quintessential ’90s Los Angeles classics. There is just something great about Friday. Maybe it’s the all-star cast, maybe it’s the sweet ’90s nostalgia, or maybe just it’s Mrs. Parker, but Friday rips. The 1995 favorite tells a tale as old as time — one of neighborhood dynamics, growing up, responsibility, and of course, Mary Jane.

Much like Friday, OG Kush is a legendary throwback. The story of OG Kush is fascinating, dense, and just as sticky as her buds. OG Kush as we know it began with a Florida grower perfecting his signature strain. His friends called the strain “Kush Berries,” simply because of how the plant looked, rather than as a nod to its lineage. Eventually, the name shortened to “Kush,” and Josh D famously brought the plant to L.A. Word spread around that Kush was the stuff to get, and the rest is history. It is entirely possible that Smokey had some Kush on him (if he wasn’t smoking mids), though he does tell Craig to not sweat the chronic — another common misnomer of the time. Today, OG Kush comes in many forms from many growers, all offering their take on a strain that consistently delivers herbal bliss, toothy grins, and a gentle buzz.

The French Dispatch and Sour Diesel

Where to watch: HBO Max

Where to buy: Harvest HOC

In his most recent cinematic venture, Wes Anderson takes viewers to Ennui, France, the fictional setting of The French Dispatch, to explore five stories written by American reporters who live and work there as correspondents.

The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun is director-writer Wes Anderson in full form — meticulous, rich, and utterly charming. Tilda Swinton, who plays an eccentric art critic in the film, describes The French Dispatch as Anderson’s “love letter to journalism.” The film also pays duteous respects to many forms of art and storytelling, including, of course, French cinema.

Sour Diesel is a sativa strain well known for its energizing and heady buzz. The strain often induces daydream-like creativity and wonder. It is ideal for chatty, late-night smoke sessions discussing art, politics, and other areas of life. Sour Diesel will not stick you to the couch, but rather it provides clear, ecstatic joie de vivre, if you will.

For a film like The French Dispatch, you may want to include black coffee and perhaps roll your SD in a French spliff. There is a lot going on in this film, and there are plenty of wonderful minor details to absorb. Viewers will want their creativity, pep, and awareness on high alert.

Keen readers will notice that Sour Diesel is mentioned in nearly every pairing in this article, and that’s by no mistake. Sour Diesel is perfect for watching movies. It’s a giggly, peppy strain that’s perfect for appreciating long-form art, like films and concerts. Unless you are looking for an indica-induced couch coma, Sour Diesel is always a smart choice for the movies. Don’t forget the popcorn.

5 Cannabis MSOs Fined $360K in New Jersey; 2 Companies Respond – Cannabis Business Times

In February, New Jersey cannabis regulators delayed rolling out adult-use cannabis sales on the premise that existing medical retailers did not have the capacity to serve both customer types at that time.

Two months later, when the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) approved seven of New Jersey’s 11 medical cannabis operators to expand their operations to serve the broader adult-use market during an April 11 public meeting, state officials expressed confidence in those companies to continue prioritizing the needs of medical patients. At the time, there were 120,000-plus registered patients with 17 qualifying conditions, according to CRC.

And when those seven companies officially opened their doors to adult customers at 12 of the state’s 24 retail locations on April 21—making New Jersey the 14th state to launch commercial adult-use sales—it was a day of celebration in the Garden State. It also was a day that some of the largest cannabis operators in the U.S. vowed that patient care under New Jersey’s medical program would remain a top priority.

RELATED: New Jersey Adult-Use Cannabis Sales Have Commenced

What about the long lines associated with an adult-use program launch?

Two patient-only hours per day was the answer (often, the first hour and last hour of operation are reserved for medical patients at a dispensary).

But five of the seven companies to launch adult-use retail operations on April 21 were later fined a combined $360,000 by the CRC for allegedly not honoring those medical-only hours: Verano Holdings ($90,000), Green Thumb Industries ($80,000), Ascend Wellness Holdings ($80,000), Acreage Holdings ($60,000) and Curaleaf ($50,000), as reported by Bloomberg.

The fines came at a rate of $10,000 per day for each day the alleged violations occurred from April 21 to April 29, the news outlet reported.

The other two companies participating on launch day, Columbia Care and TerrAscend, were not cited.

In a prepared statement to Cannabis Business Times from Curaleaf’s Stephanie Cunha, the company’s regional director of public relations, the multistate operator (MSO) with 134 dispensaries nationwide, as of June 16, took ownership of the infractions.

“Curaleaf acknowledges responsibility for these citations and have paid our fines to the state,” the statement read. “During the first few days of adult-use sales in New Jersey, we were responding to the overwhelming lines and demand at our facility for adult use. Because of sales and events leading up to the first days of adult-use sales, a vast number of our medical patients had stocked up on products before the 21st, resulting in virtually no lines at our facility at the time. Medical patients who came to Curaleaf during these days were immediately prioritized over recreational consumers and served almost immediately with no wait. We continue to prioritize our medical patients and are now living up to our promise to provide two designated hours to the medical community at each of our locations every day.”

Curaleaf’s citations came at its Bellmawr location in South Jersey, where the company’s retail team processed 142 adult-use transactions during medical-only hours on opening day, according to public documents from an open records request, Bloomberg reported. Combined, the five companies allegedly processed roughly 3,200 adult-use transactions during hours that were reserved for medical patients over the first nine days of the program rollout.

Those transactions were “to the detriment of the medicinal patient population,” CRC Executive Director Jeff Brown wrote in violation notices sent to the companies on May 13.

Also responding to the citations in a prepared statement to CBT was Sharon Ali, a Mid-Atlantic regional general manager at Acreage, which began selling cannabis to adult-use customers at its The Botanist dispensaries in Egg Harbor Township and Williamstown (both in South Jersey) on April 21.

“Turnout at The Botanist locations in Williamstown and Egg Harbor Township during New Jersey’s adult-use opening was above and beyond our expectations, with customers forming lines around the block,” Ali said. “Even with the long lines, our commitment to our patients and customers is—and will continue to be—paramount. Our staff takes extra time and care to ensure every guest has their questions answered and needs met, when they visit our stores.”

Acreage’s retail teams allegedly recorded a combined 257 transactions to adult-use customers during medical hours on the first day at their Egg Harbor and Williamstown locations, according to the CRC citations.

“The staff’s attentiveness led to some adult-use customers remaining in-store for a limited time after our dedicated patient-only hours began,” Ali said. “The Botanist was among the inaugural group of cannabis operators permitted to commence adult-use sales in New Jersey. There are hurdles and challenges in being first, but The Botanist is committed to progressing our industry positively, remains focused on keeping patient-only hours exclusive to patients and remains committed to maintaining the best processes during the industry’s transition, which will satisfy the state, our patients and adult-use customers.”

Spokespeople from Verano, Green Thumb Industries (GTI) and Ascend Wellness did not respond to CBT requests for comment at the time this article was first published.

Verano opened its Zen Leaf dispensaries in Elizabeth and Lawrence Township (Central Jersey) to adult-use customers on April 21. In North Jersey, GTI’s RISE dispensaries in Bloomfield and Paterson, and Ascend’s location in Rochelle Park also did.

While CRC officials required existing medical retailers to ensure they’d provide at least 14 patient-only hours per week before approving them for expanded adult-use operations, regulators also considered exclusive parking options and point-of-sale systems for patients, express access so patients don’t have to wait in long lines, and the ability for patients to reserve products ahead of time.

In addition to the original seven companies that expanded their operations at 12 stores on launch day, Miami-based MSO Ayr Wellness opened three Central Jersey dispensaries in Woodbridge, Union and Eatontown to adult-use customers on June 15.

While 16 of New Jersey’s 24 medical cannabis retail locations have now expanded to serving adult-use customers, as of June 24, additional adult-use retail licenses will be awarded to those without existing medical operations. CRC officials began accepting applications for those potential operators on March 15 and received 232 submissions in the first three days.

Those applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis without a limit yet established for adult-use retail licenses in the state.

DeSoto County approves medical cannabis ordinance – DeSoto County News

DeSoto County supervisors Friday morning moved ahead and passed its medical cannabis ordinance and zoning amendments. The board voted 5-0 to approve both connected measures that govern how medical cannabis may be sold, cultivated, and legally disposed of in the unincorporated areas of DeSoto County. 

Among the highlights:
  • A business privilege license must be obtained by the county tax collector.
  • A business permit must be obtained by the county planning department.
  • All business applications, reports, and documents sent to the state must also be sent to the county.
  • An application fee of $1,000 and a yearly renewal fee of $500 are required, in addition to state fees.
  • A comprehensive site plan must be submitted. 
  • A remediation plan must be submitted if the business has been idle for 12 straight months or more. 
  • Facilities must allow inspections within the parameters set in the ordinance. 
  • Certain hours of operation must be adhered to. 
  • Enforcement details and penalties are specified in the ordinance.  
  • No cannabis facilities are allowed in the county’s AR, or agricultural residential zones.  
  • All cannabis facilities are considered businesses and must have a hard-surface roadway. 
  • All facilities are prohibited within 1,000 feet of the nearest boundary property line of a school, church, or child care facility, unless those entities provide a waiver to allow the business within 500 feet. 

These items are in addition to what state revenue and health officials are requiring for medical cannabis facilities locating in Mississippi. Information from the Department of Revenue is found on the DOR Medical Cannabis web page, and from the Mississippi State Department of Health on the MSDH web site.

The county zoning regulations also outline where cultivation and processing may occur, where dispensaries may locate, where disposal, research and testing, and transportation may take place.  

The complete breakdown on the ordinance and zoning regulations approved by the Board of Supervisors Friday morning is available on the DeSoto County Government Medical Cannabis page.  

There was some question during the public hearing Friday morning about a three-acre requirement with a 100-foot setback from the property line for cultivation and processing in agricultural zones where commercial use is allowed. Director of Planning Bennie Hopkins said the items in the ordinance are meant to direct the business and protect nearby residences not involved in medical cannabis. 

“In DeSoto County we have a lot of growth, we have numerous homes that are being built and numerous properties that are being subdivided,” Hopkins said. “This ordinance was designed to protect those owners who are not in the cannabis facility activities and to also ensure that people who are in it have clear direction on what they need to do.”

Hopkins added the result of several months of research is shown in the ordinance and regulations that were passed Friday.  

“We researched California and Colorado and a lot of states that we looked at, even Arkansas, to see what they had done and what were some of the issues that happened with facilities in existing states that are operating,” Hopkins said. 

Friday’s action goes into immediate effect.  Among the interested parties at the Friday morning special meeting of the Board of Supervisors was Horn Lake Mayor Allen Latimer, Alderman Dave Young, and City Administrator Jim Robinson. Horn Lake has initially opted out of the new Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act passed in the 2022 legislative session as it tries to answer some of the location issues for facilities inside its city limits.  

Southaven is the other DeSoto County city that voted to opt out of the law but is in the process of setting its zoning limits into a potential commercial medical district before that city moves into allowing medical cannabis operations to locate there.  

Condor CBD Gummies Reviews: Worth the Money or Bogus Scam Brand? – Okanogan Valley Gazette Tribune

Cannabidiol (CBD) products used for medicinal purposes have grown in popularity for several years. Several CBD supplements have been created with varying levels of success. They are generally used for chronic pain, stress, and anxiety. Condor CBD gummies are one of the most popular hemp supplements. This review examines how the products work by detailing the ingredients, highlighting some concerns, and sharing the user ratings and reviews.

Overview of Condor CBD Gummies

Chronic pain is often hard to manage and leads to a life of suffering for many. It is also common for some patients to be resistant to common stress medication. CBD products have been found to act on various biological processes in the body to help improve overall health. It is claimed that the chewies are more effective when consumed on a more regular basis. They may help speed up healing and boost the body’s recovery process.

Extreme pain may negatively influence your health and even damage the cardiac tissue and blood vessels in multiple ways. The full-spectrum CBD blend in Condor CBD is specially formulated to control different kinds of pain. It may be very effective in sorting out joint pain and may be used to boost bone health.

Condor CBD Gummies contain hemp CBD which is a non-psychoactive form of CBD. The full-spectrum CBD extract is collected from fresh hemp extract to ensure the highest quality. You may use the supplement to help reduce pain or inflammation while helping to boost your overall health.

How Condor CBD Gummies Work

Condor CBD Gummies should be consumed according to the directions on the bottle. Once you take the gummies, it takes about a minute for the CBD to be absorbed into the bloodstream and flood your system. The active ingredients work on the neurotransmitters to stop pain, combat anxiety, promote a healthy balance, or enable a goodnight’s sleep.

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is responsible for regulating many physiological functions. Endocannabinoids are chemicals produced by our bodies that are responsible for keeping us feeling relaxed and calm. When we are stressed or anxious, the endocannabinoid levels go low, leading to inflammation or pain. Condor CBD gummies are designed to boost the cannabinoids in the body to get you back in shape quickly.

Condor CBD Gummies are a natural pain relief supplement that may work fast to get to the root cause of the pain. It is 100% non-habit-forming as it is made from hemp and contains no psychoactive properties that may make it dangerous to use. Its swift absorption makes it the best remedy when you need to eliminate pain fast and continue with your work.

What Are the Ingredients in Condor CBD Gummies?

Condor CBD mainly consists of CBD oil mixed with other natural products that make it easy to use. The main product in the supplement are :

CBD oil – CBD oils are products of cannabis plants such as marijuana and hemp. Generally, CBD oil does not contain any psychoactive element; even when obtained from the marijuana plant, that contains more THC compared to hemp. All the CBD oil in Condor CBD is from fresh hemp. CBD oils affect the endocannabinoid system and are used in multiple treatments to reduce pain by regulating stress hormones, blood sugar, cholesterol, and other factors.

Coconut Oil is a common edible oil derived from the coconut palm tree. It has many domestic uses in cooking, grooming, and health. The oil has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that may help improve metabolism and prevent dehydration.

Sweetener and Flavors – Condor CBD gummies have been optimized for chewing with multiple tastes and flavors, so you can easily choose what works for you. The sweetener helps to remove the sour taste and makes the chewable easy to eat. Familiar flavors are blue raspberry, and orange.

User Review and Ratings

The true impact of any product is its effect on its customers. The science may check out, but the product flopped in the customer market. Condor CBD gummies have shown to be very effective, with many customers praising the gummies for helping them with several ailments.

Customer reviews and ratings are very positive across multiple platforms. Some praise the oils used as very high quality. But to address the crux of the matter, most clients believe that the product has helped them alleviate a lot of pain. Some have even completely replaced prescription drugs with gummies. It is surprising to many new customers that the product doesn’t get them high.

What Are the Benefits of Condor CBD Gummies?

  • It has high user ratings and positive ratings
  • It may help to reduce pain
  • It may promote good sleep
  • It may help boost mobility and joint health
  • It may help increase muscle mass
  • It may boost cognition and other brain functions
  • It may help boost the immune system

What Are the Drawbacks of Condor CBD Gummies?

The supplement’s website has no information on clinical trials. Though side effects have not been reported, CBD treatments may have some side effects if not used as directed.

Purchasing Condor CBD Gummies

Condor CBD Gummies are only available on the official website. They offer a substantial discount if you order in bulk:

  • Buy one bottle for $60.04 & shipping
  • Buy three bottles for $53.33 each & get free shipping
  • Buy five bottles for $39.99 each & get free shipping

Condor CBD Gummies come with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You will need to keep your packaging material for information on how to contact customer support.

Conclusion

The need to eliminate pain and stress is vital. Condor CBD oil is an excellent option for those who’ve been suffering for a long time with no end in sight. The gummies work fast to eliminate pain and have no reported side effects. More people should try the gummies, especially those suffering from chronic illnesses. Visit the official website to order your bottle of Condor CBD Gummies today!

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