Cannabis World Journals

Edition No.12 - November 2021

Cannabis World Journals (CWJ), is a digital magazine focused on the most relevant changes happening in the cannabis industry worldwide. It provides insights of legal experts in the cannabis industry’s regulations, business tips to entrepreneurs, investors, and participants. In addition, it seeks to educate medical personnel and scientific researchers as well passionate growers. We want to drive people’s attention to the most updated content in the cannabis world.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pharmacology University
Frequency:
Biweekly
$4.99
$29.99
24 Issues

in this issue

1 min
editor

Our magazines CannaMed and CannaLaw, dedicated to the therapeutic and legal regulation areas of cannabis respectively, have decided to join forces to offer you a new biweekly magazine about cannabis: Cannabis World Journals. CannaMed magazine and CannaLaw magazine are now sections of Cannabis World Journals, and along with these you can find another two brand new sections in order to provide a global look about the plant: we are talking about CannaTrade, with the goal of revealing the rhythm of the business established around cannabis; and CannaGrow, dedicated to the botany and cultivation of the cannabis plant. Cannabis World Journals is the most complete magazine about cannabis for demanding readers like you. Without further ado, receive the warmest welcome to Cannabis World Journals. Enjoy!…

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2 min
women and medical cannabis: an unbiased relationship

On July 2, during a webinar we held on how to successfully enter the cannabis industry, one of our panelists: Carolina Cuervo, co-founder of the Meraqui Foundation and mother of a 14-year-old boy, who began to present episodes of epilepsy and cognitive disability as a child, told us about what became for her a lesson in life, faith and struggle. Without being shy and more proud than ashamed, Carolina revealed what she went through; from the crying, helplessness and resignation to the solution that came one unexpected day. She said that undoubtedly a mother's love and a woman's perseverance gave her the light amid an illness in which hopes of finding a treatment for her son were exhausted. With this brief but powerful story, with more joys than regrets; this lawyer originally…

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2 min
the argentinean woman and her contribution to the regulation of cannabis usage

Fortunately, the maternal instinct of the human species maintains its coherence with mother earth and, once again, shows us how to move forward. Given the international crisis the world is going through, this is not always an easy task. They were painful years, but not only the last two, the last fifty as the military dictatorships prohibited the use of the plant and practically suppressed the hemp industry. Therefore, it was the mothers who organized themselves to claim their disappeared children. This is how the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo were born, for the memory, justice and truth of their children. Years later, from the same South American region, it was again the mothers who expressed themselves in favor of life, and the self-cultivation of cannabis, for the health of their…

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1 min
canna graphics

Cannabis activism @sandracorominas is the owner of an Instagram and Facebook profile where you will find posts from a woman spreading the word about the proper use of cannabis. "My idea is to bring together people who are with the construction of peace and education as a social engine and motivate those who follow me so that between all of us, we make a change under a free, supportive, and less selfish society. I share and open healthy spaces for debate. I read with attention and respect what other people think. First, I think and then I publish. Peace is built with honesty, but without attacking those who are different from us". Seminar: "Responsible and safe prescription of cannabinoids". Dr. Maria Fernanda Arboleda; anesthesiologist, specialist in chronic pain, palliative care, and expert in…

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3 min
the feminine side of cannabis: an analogy of women's role in the medical cannabis industry.

Discovering the feminine part of the cannabis plant One thing that is not so common but that hides behind the cannabis plant, is its dioecious categorization by the sex of the flowers it presents: male or female. In this opportunity we will focus on the female flowering plant to understand its importance. The first step is to identify and differentiate it through its shape and development. When the plant is in a vegetative state, the male and female features are not clearly defined: the reason is that the pre-flowering stage is when the sexual organs are formed and is when it is possible to discover to which gender it corresponds. The female plant begins with the formation of the calyx, which is generated in the fourth week of vegetative growth. The preflowers appear…

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12 min
in the expert’s room: interview with jennifer marqués nurse, brasil

Nurse in Brazil treats cancer patients with medical cannabis "During the first few days of cannabis therapy the patient shows progress in mood, increased appetite, improved quality of sleep and emotional stability.""We are educated from school that cannabis can affect my brain or is a malicious drug that does harm because there is no educational model of care and communication about the medicinal use of cannabis." As we mentioned in our editorial, this is a special edition because October celebrated International Breast Cancer Day. We set ourselves the task of researching women who in one way or another have contributed to the treatment of this condition through medical cannabis. Jennifer Marques is a Brazilian nurse, who works with patients suffering not only from breast cancer but also from other types of cancer. She…

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