Hello friends of CannaVigilance,
As you may have noticed, we have spent some time down South. A few weeks ago, we published our country report on Australia and this week we look at what is required when you want to grow legally in New Zealand. Which brings us to another point: Before you start growing in a country it is very important to weigh up all the options that country has to offer. We have compiled a checklist of things that should play a role in making that decision. Happy reading.
Cannavigia at CB Expo 2023 – Cannabis Social Clubs in Europe?
Join us in Dortmund, Germany this weekend for the CB Expo – Cannabis Business Expo and Conference, happening on September 15th and 16th, 2023. Our CEO and co-founder, Luc Richner, will be a featured speaker at the “How do I open and run a Cannabis Club (e.V.)?” panel discussion on September 16th, 2023, from 1:30 PM to 2:15 PM, at the Deep Dive Stage. He’ll be joined by industry experts, offering valuable insights into the legal prerequisites and operation of Cannabis Social Clubs. As Europe explores the legalisation of Cannabis Social Clubs, unique challenges and opportunities emerge.
This year’s CB Expo is a pivotal event for comprehending the changing landscape of legalisation in various countries. For updates on future events we will be attending, visit our website. We look forward to connecting with you in Dortmund.
Cannabis Chronicles: Unearthing New Zealand’s Unique Journey
Explore New Zealand’s captivating cannabis journey with our latest country report and licensing guide! Did you know that Suzanne Aubert, on her path to becoming New Zealand’s first Catholic saint, was the first to cultivate cannabis for charitable herbal medicines? Discover the unique history of cannabis in New Zealand, from its mid-1800s introduction to an unexpected 1927 ban and recent regulatory shifts. Dive into the five available licenses to uncover the full spectrum of cannabis in New Zealand.
Explore the various cannabis licenses in New Zealand and follow their evolving journey. Don’t miss out and get your complimentary licensing checklist now. Want to learn about cannabis in other countries? Dive deeper with our comprehensive collection of country reports on our website.
How to find the perfect conditions for Cannabis Cultivation
Are you looking to begin your own cultivation and if so, in what country should you do it? The landscape of cannabis cultivation has grown beyond small-scale backyards, thanks to changing regulations. Before you begin planting, here’s your complete guide to starting a successful facility. Take into account these essential factors: Political stability, government assistance, available resources, weather patterns, infrastructure, input expenses, international competition, land ownership, currency strength, and a list of other key considerations.
For a more in-depth look at these factors and a few others, read the complete article to stay well-informed before you dive into this market. Stay up to date with expert industry knowledge on our Linkedin.
A vigilant eye on cannabis news
- What is the catalyst for the growth in acceptance of the cannabis plant? Rolling Stone magazine has some ideas about it.
- After much hooha, the shift toward legalisation of cannabis across Europe has been slow. Bloomberg looks at what is happening.
- In a recent study in Australia, researchers evaluated health-related quality of life and other outcomes in patients taking medicinal cannabis. Around 47% of Australians have chronic health conditions, with one in five persons experiencing persistent chronic pain.
- Polynesian president, Moetai Brotherson announced this week that the project to legalise CBD was ready. These products must be devoid of narcotic properties. In Polynesia’s tropical climates cannabis plants produce an excess of phytocannabinoids, making it difficult for the local industry to maintain the 0.3% THC threshold.
- Doctors at Prague‘s Apolinář Addiction Clinic, the oldest Czech alcohol treatment center, warned against legalising marijuana. They declared that they “stand for decriminalisation and depenalisation, but what is unacceptable to us is commercialisation.”
- As Switzerland sees the launch of its second cannabis pilot, Cannavigia co-founder Philipp Hagenbach, shares his insights on the country’s approach to reform. The project targets a size of 374 individuals split equally into two groups – the experimental group and the control group.