Study: Just How Much Marijuana Are Canadians Using?

Nearly 11.5 million Canadians, or 39 percent of adult-age Canadians have admitted they will be cannabis consumers if plans for 2018 come to bloom.

The Fresh Toast Weekly Marijuana Business Roundup: Sept. 11

While the broad market index did not see much movement over the short week, there were some a handful of notable developments.

The Sticks Of These Organic Lollipops Grow Marijuana Plants

The sticks contain cannabis seeds, which will sprout marijuana if tended to regularly. A sweet treat, which can then grow even more sweet treats,

President Trump And Jeff Sessions Struggling Over Legal Marijuana

The constitutional authority of Congress to protect legal marijuana state rights from federal authorities is also known as “the power of the purse.”

Why Is Canada’s Top Cannabis Manufacturer Doubling Production?

The largest licensed cannabis manufacturer in Canada will expand to more than double the size in less than a year. Why the sudden growth?

Are U.S. Marijuana Laws Hampering Legalization In Jamaica?

Jamaica decriminalized cannabis in 2015, imposing a fine for possession of less than two ounces of cannabis rather than possible jail time.

The Hemp-Based CBD Market Will Top One Billion Dollars By 2020

While hemp-based CBD is less popular than THC, some industry experts predict that the healing and therapeutic cannabinoid could become the next big thing

What You Need To Know About The Nationwide Marijuana DUI Laws

The acronym DUI stands for Driving Under the Influence and it represents the crime of...

Marijuana Poisoning In Oregon Will Soon Be A Thing Of The Past

All cannabis sold legally in Oregon will be tested for pesticides, according to a notice issued by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

Why Marijuana Is Dividing This Small Alaskan Tourist Town

Even in states where cannabis is legalized for medicinal and recreational usage, marijuana can remain a divisive issue. Such is the case in the small quirky town of Talkeetna, Alaska.