There are literally hundreds of ways to consume Cannabis, one which has had a huge rise in popularity in recent years is using Cannabis as an ingredient in cooking. Today we're going to discuss just some of the different ways Cannabis can be used in cooking and also the experiences the user can expect.
Cannabis has been used by mankind as medicine for literally thousands of years. There is clear evidence of the cultivation of Cannabis in China going back over 4000 years (others suggesting as far back as 10,000) for many uses including making rope, oil, medicine and food!
A new initiative supported by MPs, the Police and Doctors will see the introduction of a new cannabis medical card. From November 1st 2020 CanCard will be made available to UK cannabis consumers to protect them from arrest and prosecution in the UK.
It's been an interesting year to say the least. Coronavirus has affected people from pretty much every walk of life and had an impact on just about everything we know. Now whilst we don't expect things to go back to normal anytime soon there has been some really interesting discoveries since the outbreak.
The medicinal properties and benefits of Cannabis has been well documented for a long time, however recent innovations and changes to the law have allowed a new set of products on the market containing one of the core components of Cannabis, CBD.
Recently analysis of a dark material found on two limestone monoliths has shown the residue contains animal dung, Frankincense and cannabinoids such as teterahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).