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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • bongme
      hi   7 cannabis strains with body-focused effects   annabis can be divided into a few broad categories based on the way its effects are experienced. On one side are strains that spark a mind-centric head high; at the opposite end are strains with effects that are characterized as a body high. Then there are strains that fall somewhere in between, coupling mental stimulation with an equal measure of physical relaxation to create a balanced blend.   Many people are primarily interested in cannabis’ corporeal effects, and this may be true for a variety of reasons. For some consumers, chronic pain, arthritis, or another medical condition necessitates bodily relief. Others simply don’t enjoy the feeling of mental intoxication as much as they do the physical relaxation. Whatever the reason, it’s easy to find the right cannabis strain to fit the bill. The following are seven strain recommendations that offer body-focused effects.   Golden Goat wasn’t bred intentionally, but for those seeking a body-centric high, this genetic cross is a happy accident. This tropical-tasting, high-octane strain washes over the entirety of the body, and though its potency is nothing to sneeze at, the mind tends to stay relatively clear (and return to normal relatively quickly), while the physical high is relished in the meantime.   SeeMore Here     https://www.leafly.com/news/strains-products/weeds-strains-body-focused-effects   Bongme     
    • bongme
      hi   Mum of six dealt drugs to put dinner on the table   Judge Simon Carr said there was no evidence of Victoria Adamson spending the proceeds lavishly   A drug-dealing mum of six has avoided jail after a judge was told how she sold cocaine and cannabis to feed her kids. Victoria Adamson, 39, was caught with nearly £2,000 worth of cocaine and cannabis when police raided her home on the Kinsman Estate in Bodmin in June 2017. Adamson appeared at Truro Crown Court to be sentenced after previously pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine and possession with intent to supply cannabis. Prosecuting the case, Philip Lee said: “Police executed a search at the defendant’s home on June 2, 2017, and seized cocaine and a number of cannabis plants. “The cannabis had a street value of £1,500 and the cocaine £470. One of the defendant’s phones was examined and found to contain thousands of messages relating to drug supply.”   In her police interview Adamson claimed that all the drugs were for her personal use and she smoked three joints each evening when the children went to bed to relax and took cocaine on nights out when other people were looking after the kids. Mr Lee added: “Texts illustrate frequent sales to 20 different contacts and there were references to laying on drugs for others for onward supply. There was also evidence of the defendant pursuing debts owed to her. “The proceeds were a source of additional income to top up her benefits and a text said she did it to put food on the table for her children.” Defending Adamson, Ed Bailey told the court how she was a woman of effective good character who had been “utterly foolish” by involving herself in the dealing of Class A drugs. Mr Bailey said: “She had been let down by three fathers of her five dependent sons who contributed no maintenance whatsoever. “Ms Adamson was struggling to make ends meet in a council flat on the Kinsman Estate and started to smoke cannabis. She bought it in bulk because it was cheaper and sought a release by occasionally going out and taking cocaine. Again it was cheaper to buy it in bulk and friends asked her to supply them. “She would not deal to strangers and towards the end of her dealing she was trying to remove herself from the mess she got into. “She was under pressure to supply and when she expressed reluctance her car was damaged. “She suffers extreme anxiety but has turned her life around. She has proved to social services that her children are being properly cared for and is training as a carer.”     Sentencing Adamson, Judge Simon Carr spoke of how Adamson developed a drug addiction and began to supply drugs to others. He said: “You’re a mother of six children, including five boys from six to 16. Two have special needs and you receive no financial support from the fathers. “You chose to supply to a relatively small group and there’s no evidence of any extravagant spending. “Unsurprisingly, social services became involved following your arrest and your children were placed on the child protection register. You have since proved that you are able to care from them in a way which resulted in them being removed from that register.   You are the sole carer for a number of children, have pleaded guilty, supplied to a small group and most importantly made efforts to turn your life around in the last two years.” Judge Carr handed Adamson a two-year prison sentence, suspended for two years. She was told she must complete 10 rehabilitation activity requirement days and 220 hours of unpaid work. Adamson was also curfewed for thre   https://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/mum-six-dealt-drugs-put-3434552   Bongme     
    • bongme
      hi   Cannabis alert for private rental sector as electricity thefts surge      New analysis by Direct Line for Business reveals a surge in the number of police investigations into the theft of electricity, where people have tampered with a gas or electricity meter. Police investigations into the theft of electricity are projected to be 13 per cent higher this year than in 2018, and the company forecasts that there will be 2,200 cases in 2019 compared to 1,950 in 2018.  In almost a quarter of existing cases, police suspect electricity was being stolen for the cultivation or manufacture of illegal drugs: this is becoming an increasingly common problem involving private rental properties innocently let by landlords and agents.   Since the start of 2017 there have been over 5,200 cases investigating the theft of electricity, an average of seven cases opened every day.  People can receive a significant prison term for electricity theft alone, with a starting point of 12 weeks’ custody for serious offenders.   For those found guilty of running a cannabis operation, capable of producing industrial quantities for commercial use, a criminal can expect to be jailed for between four and eight years. Just three police forces across England and Wales account for nearly a third of all investigations into the theft of electricity.   Greater Manchester Police handled 14 per cent of all investigations into the theft of electricity since 2017, followed by West Yorkshire Police (12 per cent) and Merseyside Police (seven per cent).     Greater Manchester Police also had the highest number of investigations where it was suspected the power stolen was being used for the manufacture of illegal drugs, with 710 cases recorded between 2017 and the end of June 2019.  This was followed by West Yorkshire Police with 602 investigations and Merseyside with 376.     https://www.lettingagenttoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2019/10/cannabis-alert-for-private-rental-sector-as-electricity-thefts-surge   POLL On link   Poll: Are cannabis farms a problem for your landlord clients?
      PLACE YOUR VOTE BELOW   Bongme     
    • bongme
      hi   A Global Leader in Cannabis Data & Media    NOBL Group launches with a portfolio that includes some of the leading brands in the industry  Underpinned by unrivalled leadership and management LONDON, Oct. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- NOBL Group is bringing together a number of industry leading companies, a highly experienced leadership and an aggressive growth strategy; that will unlock the societal, economic and medical opportunities for cannabis. The new group will help evolve the industry, at pace, through a platform that covers data, media, tech, conferences and consultancy.   NOBL will initially be made up of the following brands:       Prohibition Partners: The world's leading provider of cannabis intelligence with a blue chip, cross industry client base. It is the only company with such widespread global coverage. The consultancy team works with investors, operators and regulators to identify and materialise opportunities across multiple jurisdictions.
          Atalis: A premium market research and intelligence database for the cannabis industry. This SaaS platform will empower better decision making for regulators, operators and investors through global data, insights and analysis. (launching in November)
          Cannabis Europa: A highly regarded series of conferences widely attended by governments, regulators and investors alike. This platform brings together international leaders to discuss, debate and shape the future of medical cannabis. The upcoming conferences are to be held in Toronto and New York in November 2019. (joint venture company)
          European Cannabis Week: A series of events that are held for one week, in a major European capital, every year. European Cannabis Week provides a forum / platform for the industry to develop on the back of political engagement, deal flow, new launches and regulatory debate. (joint venture company) NOBL has assembled a leadership team of industry pioneers, innovators and experts combined with key leaders from the fields of technology, data, media and capital markets. All with a proven track record of successfully delivering growth, shareholder value and commercial success in emerging industries and markets. NOBL growth strategy will see it quickly extend its geographical footprint and service offerings while building a group that will provide access to the most comprehensive and credible information for the cannabis industry.   Stephen Murphy, an industry pioneer and thought leader, will serve as Chief Executive Officer. He is an experienced and acknowledged entrepreneur having co-founded European Cannabis Holdings (ECH), Prohibition Partners and Cannabis Europa. Stephen has previously led businesses crossing technology, innovation, digital media and corporate finance. NOBL is bolstered by a highly experienced leadership team who bring with them a wealth of experience from the world of media, data and technology: Adam Harris F.C.A, joins NOBL as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining NOBL, Adam held senior positions at The Financial Times and Pearson. Dr. Ethan Alessandro joins as Chief Operating Officer. With over 20 years experience in corporate development, operational structuring and international growth for global corporations including Thomson Reuters and Barclays Capital.   Rachel Jones joins as Managing Director of Cannabis Europa and European Cannabis Week. Rachel is an experienced and capable leader having previously run FT Live, the conference division at Financial Times.   Cameron Hughes, a former campaign strategist for Tony Blair, has joined Prohibition Partners as Managing Director. Recently Cameron worked in Asia as CEO of WhatIf, a leading global innovation consultancy and prior to that as a Brand Director at EDF Energy in the UK. Jeremey Edelman, the investor and advisor who serves as chairman of Reabold Resources plc on the AIM, has been appointed NOBL chairman. The group has also compiled an enviable board to achieve its goal:     Rob Reid, co-founder of NOBL and well known cannabis entrepreneur / investor with over 20 years of previous media and M&A experience across Europe, North America and APAC.
          Kieran Flanagan, VP Marketing at HubSpot and globally renowned thought leader in the SaaS space.
          Sarah Cope, highly successful corporate development, finance and regulation expert who sits on the board of three AIM companies.
          Elad Cohen, serial entrepreneur with significant corporate, technology and cannabis experience. NOBL is headquartered in London with offices in Barcelona, Dublin and Toronto.   Stephen Murphy, Founder & CEO of NOBL, commented: "The launch of NOBL is a major milestone in the cannabis industry. The NOBL portfolio will provide governments, operators and investors the data, knowledge and network that is core to advancing cannabis around the world. Unparalleled leadership and a number of the leading cannabis brands make NOBL a very credible and capable group that will deliver change and unlock the potential of cannabis globally."   Jeremey Edelman, Chairman of NOBL, added: "I'm delighted to continue my work with this group of industry pioneers who have been fundamental in opening up the cannabis industry globally. NOBL brings together the leadership, vision and capabilities to provide a global platform for change." NOBL Group Ltd. was formerly the Media & Data division of European Cannabis Holdings. ECH Ltd recently completed its demerger after successfully incubating what have become some of the world's leading cannabis companies.   Logo: https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/1011892/NOBL_Logo.jpg Website Links:
      https://thenoblgroup.com/
      https://prohibitionpartners.com/
      https://www.cannabis-europa.com/
      https://www.ecwevents.com/
      https://atalis.io/ CONTACT INFORMATION
      Please email info@thenoblgroup.com for more information.
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      +44 (0)203-928-2812
      Related Links https://thenoblgroup.com   https://www.prnewswire.co.uk/news-releases/a-global-leader-in-cannabis-data-amp-media-852514808.html   Bongme