If you really want to learn about cannabis, you’ll likely need to un-learn some things you thought you knew.
Welcome to your first steps of re-education.
We’ve collected some mainstream media clips, documentaries
and inspiring talks to help you form your own opinions about what’s true and what is not.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. HERE’S TO IT.
Liver disease, including cirrhosis, viral hepatitis, and liver cancers, cause an estimated 2 million deaths per year worldwide. Accounting for 3.5% of deaths worldwide every
As more US states and entire nations are establishing medical and adult-use cannabis programs, the need for updated and cohesive cannabis driving laws is
World Health Organisation Cannabis Recommendations: Is this the dawn of a new era of accepted cannabis medicines?
The process of cannabis prohibition at an international level began in the first decade of the 1900s. In the previous hundred years, various countries
With a variety of crops flourishing in Latin America’s unique climatic conditions, Colombia is poised to become part of the worldwide network of quality medical
The medicalization of cannabis and its distribution through legal channels is set to significantly impact illicit markets and cartels in Central and Latin America. With
One small region in Colombia is beginning to see the positive effects of cannabis legalization in the country. As normalization of cannabis medicines begins to
The eagerly anticipated recommendations from the World Health Organisation regarding the international scheduling of cannabis has disappointingly been postponed. An Unexpected Delay A vote on
I am off to visit the Isle of Man this week to speak on best practices to regulate and license cannabis and why they should
As the global cannabis conversation continues to grow, with medicalization and legalisation at the forefront iCAN facilitated two more global CannaTech events in Sydney and
Entrepreneurship is essentially about problem solving; finding a gap in the market, an area yet untapped, a new way to do something – and building
When Dana Bar-On was 24 years old, her physical ability to move started to slow due to an aggressive hereditary neuromuscular disease – Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT).
The team here at CannaTech is dismayed with news stating a decision on Israel’s export of medical cannabis products has been postponed. This change would