Maine Medical Cannabis, medical marijuana

Cannabis and Coronavirus

"Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean." ~ Ryunosuke Satoro Together, we will get through this! Like a lot of people, we are keeping a close watch on the latest news on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Maine (and beyond). We’ve compiled some local and statewide links below. As of now, we plan… Continue reading Cannabis and Coronavirus

cannabis politics, Maine Medical Cannabis

Great News out of Augusta

WE DID IT! One of the many new overreaches in legislation, the proposal to ban small ethanol extractors/extractions, has been stopped for the adult use market. The amended version of LD 2091 does not include a ban on ethanol extraction! Thank you Representative Hickman (D-Winthrop) for your continued support of the small cannabis business and… Continue reading Great News out of Augusta

International Womens Day
Botany, Cannabis Science

The Importance of the Female Cannabis Plant

Today is International Women's Day ... a good time to revisit the importance of the female cannabis plant. For those of us who appreciate the therapeutic benefits of cannabis, we are enjoying the fruit of a female plants labor. She alone creates sticky, resinous buds rich in THC and terpenes. Though male plants do produce… Continue reading The Importance of the Female Cannabis Plant

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Cannabis Consensus Building for the Maine Medical Marijuana Program

Cannabis Consensus Building for the Maine Medical Marijuana Program ... "If it isn't broke, don't try and fix it." ~ Paul T. McCarrier 2/26/20 Today Paul is attending a round-table, “Consensus Building Discussion,” with the Office of Marijuana Policy and a handful of others representing the caregiver community. This is a testament to his level… Continue reading Cannabis Consensus Building for the Maine Medical Marijuana Program

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Leap Day Reflections and Harvest News

As we celebrate "Leap Day," a day occurring only every 4 years, we reflect on what it means to "take a leap." Taking a leap means to jump into something new, and/or take a risk of some sort. We think about almost two years ago when we did just that... we looked at a building… Continue reading Leap Day Reflections and Harvest News