The company’s cannabis-infused Sriracha aims to elevate the consumer’s next meal thanks to its fast-acting properties, which are all achieved by the nano-emulsified THC that makes the absorption quicker and more efficient, according to Food Beast.
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Prosecutors from Nanjing, China are blaming overseas influence over the growing number of marijuana abuse cases in the country calling it a “serious problem” for young people.
In the statement released by the Nanjing People’s Procuratorate last week, officials said “Young people studying abroad are more vulnerable to Western subcultures,” according to South China Morning Post.
A 15-year-old schoolgirl in Fushimi Ward in Kyoto, Japan was arrested after she was caught using marijuana since January.
The third-year middle-school student was sent to the hospital on March 1 after her parents noticed and got worried when she became agitated and violent.
Thailand could be the first Asian country to legalize medical cannabis, a move it hopes will re-establish its position in the economy it dominated four decades ago.
The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO), which works under the Ministry of Public Health, is now hoping for approval from the military government to study the drug and sell it for medical purposes.
Law enforcement arrested 47 Chinese nationals in Seattle and confiscated massive amount of cannabis plants believed to have a street value of $80 million.
The three-county crackdown on illegal marijuana plantation lasted between last Tuesday and Friday, and is now being considered as the biggest one yet in the history of Grays Harbor County.
Police are baffled by the rising numbers of Chinese nationals, some of whom don’t speak or understand English, linked to marijuana grow houses that were raided by authorities in recent months throughout the U.S.
Authorities recently conducted raids in multiple counties including Sacramento, Yuba, Yolo and Placer, resulting in the arrest of several people with Chinese passports, many holding B-1 or B-2 visas, reported The Sacramento Bee.
A 21-year-old Japanese woman was arrested at Hiroshima Airport on September 20 after authorities discovered a small amount of marijuana tucked inside a hot dog bun.
A South Korean student who was charged with drug trafficking in Malaysia was recently acquitted after the police officer who testified against him eventually admitted to lying in his testimony.
Kim Yun Soung, 20, who had been remanded for almost a year, was immediately released by the High Court in Seremban after the prosecution decided not to pursue the case.
“Don’t smoke marijuana as a teenager because it will screw you up as an adult.” Countless teenagers have been told something like this, either through anti-marijuana propaganda or parental wisdom.
And it makes sense — maybe introducing psychoactive drugs on a still-developing teenage brain isn’t the smartest of decisions.