Top Shops Online For Legal Cannabis

The demand for legal marijuana is continuously increasing and consumers are always in search of cannabis online shops. The legal market for cannabis is found mainly in North America and but more and more countries have allowed some form of cannabis products.

Reliable suppliers of legal marijuana products of cannabis flowers, edibles, and CBD Oils are often difficult to find. Ordering them online and getting home delivery provides the convenience modern consumers and patients demand.

We’ve compiled this list of Top Shops for Legal Cannabis to aid you in your search to find the legal products you seek.

Best Pot

Best Pot

Best Pot is an online cannabis store serving all of Canada. The site promises to deliver the ordered package within three working days. The variety of legal marijuana products are available for online shopping and guarantee high quality in competitive prices.

JUSTCBDEEZ

JustCBDeez

JustCBDeez is a cannabis producer with farms in Switzerland. They provide coverage to all of Europe and distribute CBD products approved from the lab. They are one of the most popular producers and have a strong network of distributors. Their product offerings comply with European regulations.

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Cannical

Cannical is a premium online cannabis store providing legal marijuana products to customers all over Europe. The company is based in Italy and they tout quality assurance measures to provide lab-certified products to their customers. Their website also provides useful information for all their types of products and their cannabis cultivation process.

Dr Seeds

DrSeeds

One of the premium cannabis shop online which provide the highest quality seeds. Dr. Seeds provides worldwide delivery with free discreet shipping for their online customers. Payments can be made through credit card and customers receive fast delivery.

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Seedsman

Seedsman brings so much to the table for cannabis consumers with more than 3000 cannabis seed variations. They regularly provide discounts to their customers and one can avail up to 25% if payment is made through Bitcoin. Seedman has top-class customer reviews from all over the world which makes them one of the best cannabis shops online.

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High Supplies

High Supplies offers high-quality cannabis seeds grown with premium genetic disposition.  They are based in the Netherlands and deliver products across Europe and North America.

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Grasscity

Grasscity was one of  the first online head shops based in the Netherlands,  operating since 2000. Offering some of the best smoke accessories online, Grasscity offers a wide range of smoking-related products. Their pricing is competitive,  with an emphasis on providing the ultimate satisfaction of the customers.

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I Love Growing Marijuana

I Love Growing Marijuana offers a large selection of seeds and growing supplies. One of the top-performing online websites with more than 30,000 daily visitors, and  hundreds of growing guides providing valuable information on everything from how to cultivate seeds successfully to operating a successful, profitable grow.

 

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Green Goddess Supply

With more than 25 years of serving customers online, Green Goddess Supply is one of the largest cannabis shops on the internet. Free delivery is available for all orders above $50, and pricing is  affordable for top-quality products.

Direct Vapor

Direct Vapor

Direct Vapors value proposition is in their tagline:  ‘huge selection and reasonable prices. ‘ With a 2-months warranty on all their online products and two weeks return policy, there is no such risk when placing orders — so what are you waiting for?

 

DEA: Marijuana Seizures Fell Nearly 40 Percent In 2017

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Seizures of indoor and outdoor cannabis crops in the United States fell nearly 40 percent between 2016 and 2017, according to annual data compiled by the US Drug Enforcement Administration.

According to figures published in the DEA’s Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Statistical Report, the agency and its law enforcement partners confiscated an estimated 3.38 million marijuana plants nationwide in 2017. This total represents a 37 percent decrease from the agency’s 2016 totals, when it eradicated some 5.34 million plants.

As in past years, the majority of seizures nationwide (72 percent) took place in California, where law enforcement seized and estimated 2.45 million plants. That total was 35 percent lower than in 2016, when law enforcement confiscated an estimated 3.78 million plants. California voters in November 2016 legalized adult use marijuana possession, cultivation, and sales.

Law enforcement seized 472,927 plants in Kentucky (down 15 percent from 2016), 74,599 plants in West Virginia (down 40 percent), 62,323 plants in Arkansas (up 93 percent), 60,658 plants in Indiana (up five percent), and 34,646 plants in Tennessee (down 73 percent).

The agency and its partners reported making 4,502 arrests in conjunction with their cannabis eradication efforts – a 20 percent decline from 2016.

The DEA also reported seizing some $20.5 million in assets during their confiscation efforts – a 60 percent reduction from the previous year.


Full data from the DEA’s 2017 report, as well as past years’ reports, are available online. For more information, contact Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director, at: paul@norml.org.

Financial Valuations Of Businesses That Sell Marijuana And Financial Fraud Investigations Highlight AICPA’s 2017 Forensic and Valuation Services Conference

NEVADA: Discover insights on everything from how forensic accountants ferret-out financial fraud to how valuation professionals decipher the value of high-profile celebrity estates at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Forensic and Valuation Services Conference.

When and Where: Nov. 13-15, 2017, at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas (Online access available)

Experts pull back the curtain to provide insights on topics such as:

  • White collar crime – Predicting the challenges and defenses to forensic evidence and testimony
  • Governmental corruption – Examining irregularities involving city contractors and forensic audits
  • Cannabis businesses – Looking at the highs and lows of business valuations for companies that sell marijuana
  • More than 85 additional sessions – For complete details, consult the AICPA FVS Conference agenda and brochure.

Wyoming’s Marijuana Laws To Be Enforced During Great America Solar Eclipse

WYOMING: Visitors from across the globe expected to travel to Wyoming for the Great American Solar Eclipse on August 21 are being advised by law enforcement officials that the state’s marijuana laws will be strictly enforced.

“Traffic laws will be strictly enforced and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be tolerated on Wyoming’s roadways,” Byron Oedekoven, executive director of the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police (WASCOP). He added that, while other nearby states including Colorado have legalized marijuana, the drug is illegal in Wyoming.

“Medical marijuana is not legal in Wyoming, and even if you have a card from another state it is still illegal to possess marijuana in Wyoming,” he explained. “If you are caught with any controlled substance you will be charged with a misdemeanor or felony drug offense depending upon how much of that substance you have in your possession.”

It is estimated that 250,000 visitors will travel to Wyoming to experience the eclipse, according to Oedekoven. Under the leadership of Governor Matt Mead, federal, state, and local agencies are working together to safely accommodate visitors to the state.

From Jackson to Torrington, more than a dozen cities in Wyoming are in the “path of totality,” the narrow path across the earth’s surface where viewers will experience the total eclipse of the sun when the moon passes in front of its surface. Because of the state’s wide-open spaces, clear skies, and spectacular scenery, it is one of the top destinations in the world for people seeking the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the eclipse.

Through its Traffic Safety Project (TSP) WASCOP is working with the Wyoming Office of Highway Safety and the Governor’s Commission on Impaired Driving to identify strategies to address traffic and other safety issues.

“We hope people will come to Wyoming to experience the incredible beauty and quality of life in our state,” said Oedekoven. “On behalf of the women and men of WASCOP dedicated to serving and protecting residents and visitors in our state, we promise to do everything possible to ensure you will have a safe and enjoyable visit.”

Top Medellin Cartel Drug Pilot Roger Reaves, Releases His Memoir “Smuggler.”

CALIFORNIA: Roger Reaves grew up a poor farm boy who went from making ‘Moonshine’ to becoming one of the most prolific smugglers of the 20th century.  He covered six continents; transporting 20 ton shiploads of hash, tons of cocaine, and completed more than one-hundred sorties across the US. Border with plane loads of marijuana.

Read more about how he escaped from prison on five separate occasions, was shot down in both Mexico and Colombia, and tortured in a Mexican prison.

His friends and associates spanned the globe, from Medellin Cartel kingpins Jorge Ochoa and Pablo Escobar, to “Mr. Nice,”Howard Marks, and Barry Seal who was Roger’s close friend and employee.

He hired ex-CIA agent Barry Seal, a friend of Bill Clinton to fly the Arkansas route of his operation. Reaves flew the southern Colombian end and liaised directly with Pablo Escobar and Jorge Ochoa.

  • Seal flew multi-ton loads of cocaine into Mena and departed loaded with CIA guns destined for Oliver North and the Nicaraguan Contras.
  • Seal was indicted and became an informant for the DEA.
  • During these events Reaves took his Family and fled to Brazil.
  • Seal was assassinated.

Reaves’ memoir rehashes a troubling period in American political history. His personal direct experiences recounted in his book, add weight to the vast amount of evidence already in existence that the highest levels of the US. Government were directly involved in the transport and distribution of hundreds of tons of cocaine to fund a war no one in the American Congress wanted.

Tom Cruise is playing the part of Barry Seal in “Mena,” a major motion picture to debut in January 2017…. after the election.

You can pick up a copy of his new book “Smuggler” on Amazon.com

 

The Cannabis Industry Is Coming To Anchorage Alaska

ALASKA:  Alaska is the next US state that will soon be selling recreational marijuana, and the cannabis industry is watching with keen anticipation.

The Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office issued its first licenses for cannabis producers and testing facilities this month.   Retail licenses are to be given out in September.

In anticipation of the opening of the market, the cannabis industry will assemble at The Last Frontier for CannaCon Alaska — the state’s first major trade show.   Billed as the place  ‘where the cannabis industry does business,’ CannaCon will be a two day event in Anchorage, September 9-10, at the Dena’ina Convention Center.

Bringing producers, processors and retailers together with the businesses that support them,  CannaCon will feature a line up of  experts to share their valuable cannabis industry knowledge with attendees.

For those from legal cannabis states where marijuana retail shops have been operating for a couple of years there is a great deal of interest in seeing how Alaska manages legalization. Back in 2014 when CannaCon had its first show in Tacoma, Washington attendees and exhibitors were filled with hope and anticipation for the future of cannabis. Two years later and those same people are still making their dreams happen but with the realization that legalization comes with a heavy and burdening dose of bureaucracy.

Running a cannabis business in any state has proven to bring very uniques challenges not found in mainstream industries. It is hopeful that Alaska will be able to learn from the mistakes of other states and be able to launch a successful recreational marijuana industry with minimal roadblocks.

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Trimmigrants Flock To California To Process Marijuana

CALIFORNIA: Except for traffic passing through on Highway 101, this northern Mendocino County city is relatively quiet much of the year. But for three months in the fall, it gets an influx of world travelers lured by marijuana-trimming jobs, temporarily swelling the town’s population of under 5,000 and instilling it with an international flavor.

They’re called trimmigrants and they are an integral part of the North Coast’s lucrative marijuana industry, estimated to be worth billions of dollars and widely considered to be a major economic driver in Mendocino and Humboldt counties. But, like the pot industry itself, reaction to their presence is mixed. The migrant workers contribute to the economy, but many effectively are homeless. Though the growers who employ them typically provide housing or a place to camp, when not working, they camp illegally in parks, alleys and along railroad tracks and rivers. Some can’t find jobs and turn to panhandling and frequenting food banks.

The annual march of migrant marijuana workers has occurred for years throughout the pot-rich North Coast, from Sonoma County to the Oregon border and beyond during the traditional fall cannabis harvest season, which runs roughly from mid-September through the end of November. The phenomenon has gained a worldwide reputation, and now draws an international crowd to rural places that are not on the usual tourist guide list.

 

CBD and THC: What’s the Difference?

CBD and THC: What’s the Difference?

What is the difference between CBD and THC? Why is CBD preferred over THC in the medical community? We explore each compound and its effects on the body.

Medical marijuana patients have a wide range of marijuana strains available to them. While most people are familiar with the strains that contain high levels of THC (the compound that gets you high), there are also strains with higher levels of CBD (non-psychoactive).

What’s the difference between CBD and THC?

THC is Psychoactive – CBD is Not

THC is probably best known for its psychoactive effects. CBD, on the other hand, is actually non-psychoactive – meaning it can’t get you “high”.

Because of its non-psychoactive properties, CBD is usually preferred by the medical community and has even been used to treat some younger patients for a variety of ailments. CBD can also act as a very effective anti-psychotic for patients who suffer with schizophrenia.

THC is preferred by recreational users because of its psychoactive effects. Pure THC oil can amplify this effect – especially for inexperienced users.

CBD is Calming – THC Can Cause Paranoia

CBD is believed to have a calming effect, whereas large amounts of THC can cause some people to feel paranoid or anxious.

One very small study, which was published in the Journal of Pharmacology, found that CBD helped patients suffering with Social Anxiety Disorder. More research is needed to measure the true effects of CBD on anxiety, but there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence that backs up this claim.

THC Promotes Sleep – CBD Wakes You Up

Many people use marijuana as a sleep aid, and it’s the THC that’s responsible for its sleep-inducing effects.

CBD has the complete opposite effect. Studies have shown that CBD actually makes you feel more awake and alert.

The differences between THC and CBD make it abundantly clear why the medical community prefers CBD. It’s calming, gives you a boost of energy and won’t get you high. Some studies have also found that CBD can reduce some types of inflammation as well as nausea.

Marijuana that has a mix of both THC and CBD tends to offer the best results. In cases where THC causes anxiety and confusion, CBD appears to counteract or prevent it. Different strains have different levels of each compound; with one being more prevalent than the other. That’s why it’s important to choose the right strain for the symptoms you want to treat.

There are numerous strains of marijuana out there, and each one has a different effect on the body. Sites like Weedy.com simplify the process of finding the right strain by allowing users to explore strains based on type, symptoms and effects.

 

Raw Cannabis Juicing: You’ll Probably Have To Become A Grower

WASHINGTON:  Raw cannabis juicing is a lifestyle discipline that I wholeheartedly embrace, but it requires a lot of effort and plants. For the past few years I have relied on the kindness of other cannabis growers to supply me with raw cannabis they were otherwise discarding or allow me into their gardens to defoliate their plants. This year, however I started tackling the idea that I can grow my own for juicing.

The very idea of growing my own is an intimidating one. I don’t have much privacy or property and I live in a rainforest that only gets sunshine in the summer. Plus my research on what is required for a raw juicing routine has suggested that I need to have 30 plants so as to be able to juice one a day. This is not legal or sustainable for me. So, I’m trying to see what kind of raw cannabis experience I can have with a few plants and if it would still be beneficial.

Last summer I grew a couple of plants but they did not produce much, were stricken with spider mites and powdery mildew,  and turned out to not something I wanted to eat. This year has been a different story.

My garden didn’t get any bigger, but my plants sure did. I started with healthy clones in nutrient rich, organic soil and they grew into trees that I have had to work to keep smaller than my fence so as to keep them as discreet as possible. I also planted mint, sage, and lemon balm around my garden as a potential bug barrier. So far any growing issues have been minimal and spider mites are non-existent. That in itself feels like a huge accomplishment.

The 2015 Washington Marijuana Retail Seminar: Becoming A Front Runner, October 5th in Bellevue, WA

WASHINGTON:  Front Runner (formerly TetraTrak.com), a leading business intelligence resource for Washington’s licensed cannabis industry has teamed up with The Marijuana Business Association, to present: “The 2015 Washington Marijuana Retail Seminar: Becoming A Front Runner” on Monday, October 5th at the Red Lion Hotel in Bellevue, 1-5PM, with a VIP Reception to follow at the hotel bar.

The MJBA Professional Seminar will feature presentations from Front Runner’s  Brian Yauger and Joe Armes, who will provide a comprehensive look at the WSLCB wholesale and retail sales data to date, with an eye toward giving 502 retailers actionable business intelligence to help them build sustainable profitable businesses.

“I want every retailer who attends this seminar to feel that they’ve gotten the value of the ticket price back in the first 15 minutes of the event,” Yauger told MJNN.

Leading Retailer Uncle Ike’s founder Ian Eisenberg will be a featured speaker and panelist. He’ll be joined by an impressive lineup of top retailers including Evergreen Market and The Joint.

PayQwick CEO Kenneth Berke and Green Bits Business Solutions Director Matt Beckley will join Brian Yauger and Joe Armes for a roundtable discussion on retail trends.

Listen to the keys to Romancing the Brand with top executives from Washington’s leading CannaBrands: Zoots, Mirth, Evergreen Herbal, Monkey Grass Farms, Buddy Boy Farm and Sky High Gardens.

Event sponsors include: TetraTrak, Green Bits, Visual Options, PayQwick, CannaVentures and Sky High Gardens.

Reserve your Front Runner spot today. 

Brian Yauger on stage at MJBA Meetup in Seattle.

Brian Yauger on stage at MJBA Meetup in Seattle.