Cannabis company AHLOT, short for A Higher Level Of Thought, is searching for hire five part-time cannabis tester to sample, curate and pair cannabis strains together.
The starting pay begins at $50 CAD an hour and monthly expenses account for $200. The Canadian cannabis brand develops sample packs that include a variety of different cannabis strains.
AHLOT plans to hire their Cannabis Curation Committee after Canadians can legally take a hit on October 17. The company will hire connoisseurs starts precisely one month later on November 17. The position is open to all Canadians. The job requires applicants to work up to 12 hours per month.
Curators are required to produce social media posts and appear at company events.
You can apply for this position on AHLOT's website!
Smoking can have its cause and effects such as lung cancer and addiction or relaxation and relieve. The two most common substance consumed are weed and tobacco.
Based on CDC reports in 2016, 37.8 million Americans over 18 smokes cigarette compared to 19.8 million who chooses weed. Millions rather consume weed over tobacco due to it being less harmful. We will go over the differences between tobacco and marijuana!
Cannabis vs. Tobacco: The Body
Smoking tobacco may cause permanent damage DNA and lung cancer. Weed may still hurt your lungs but the THC substance can be consume in multiple ways such as edibles, vaping or drinking.
Both weed and tobacco can raise your heart rate, which can cause a heart attack.
Effects on your health
Marijuana can help pain and symptoms of conditions such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis, PTSD and cancer. Cannabis can also help with habits such as gambling disorders, bipolar and addiction, unlike tobacco.
With legalization in the works, smokers are choosing weed over tobacco which is causing an increase in usage.
You can read more about marijuana on our blog, Weedland!
South Africa’s Constitutional Court came to a decision that the government’s ban on the personal use and cultivation of cannabis is unconstitutional. The constitutional court decided to remove the court’s ban on cannabis. The ruling will permit home grown in South Africa.
Activists and Rastafari members gather outside of the courthouse in Johannesburg as they cheer and joy: “Weed Are Free Now”. Part of the decision was that the ban violated the constitutional right to privacy now be able to use cannabis at home.
Commerical sale and cultivation of cannabis will remain illegal. The court has 24 months to decide on the regulations for cannabis.
Many lawmakers are against the new decision and ruling, but they have to deal with the new rules.
The ban on the sale of cannabis means the government will not be able to collect tax money until it decides to go further.
South Africa is the third country in Africa to decriminalize weed, right after Zimbabwe and Lesotho!
Cannabis is changing the world slowly as legalization is coming more into full effect. Accessing marijuana is becoming more easier in America than ever before. With major states legalizing weed, America will have a major swift in the economy, drug use and more. Here is why!
Last week, tech billionaire and business tycoon Elon Musk freaked the financial world by taking a puff of marijuana on Joe Rogan's 'Joe Rogan Experience'.
The show is known for using cannabis and psychedelic drugs. Rogan and Musk smoked a joint while discussing about AI, technology, electric airplanes and other topics.
The stock of Elon Musk's electric car company, Telsa, dropped six percent and two senior executives quit. The S.E.C. investigated Elon Musk after a tweet that stated that he secured enough funding to take the company private at "$420" per month.
Have you ever wonder how you can make money from cannabis? You have research every site gathering up information that you can. You have an interest in getting in your hands in the marijuana industry. We are here to provide you with ways you profit from marijuana.
Investing into marijuana stocks
You can invest your cash into pharmaceutical or marijuana-related companies that are listed on the major stock exchange. Companies such as Canopy Growth and Aurora Cannabis are stocks to invest into.
Start a marijuana photography website or blog
You can start a blog based on marijuana such as Weedland or take photos of your weed strains and sell them to others online.
Sell marijuana-based products
A great way to profit of the emerging prohibition of marijuana is by selling marijuana based products such lighters, blunt wraps, t-shirts/caps or bags.
Open a dispensary or sell your homegrown cannabis
If you looking for a way to make a great return of investment, opening up a dispensary or selling homegrown cannabis can help get your foot in the industry. It will cost plenty of money but will be very profitable.
These are some ways you can profit off of the marijuana industry. If you know other ways to make money from cannabis, comment below!
While Canada seems to get public eyes as the first country to legalize marijuana, China may have became a secret competitor.
Based on South China Morning Post's reports, China's farmers produce half of the world's cannabis. The country's government has been interested in use of hemp in herbal remedies such as clothing. Most growers grow in the country harvest large amounts of hemp for use in textiles and pharmaceutics companies.
The China's hemp growth comes at the same time as Canada supplying medical cannabis to countries like Germany and Australia.
China is moving to patent its way into the international cannabis market.
According to UN patent data, China holds more than half of the 600 international cannabis patents that have been filed.
The biggest problem for China at the moment is that cannabis is illegal in the country. Drugs laws are very heavy in China. Trafficking, smuggling or growing marijuana could be a result in 15 years in prison or even death penalty, depending on the amount according to China's Law on Public Security Administration Punishments.
China could be waiting to take advantage as more countries are legalizing weed. China has history with cannabis such as criminalizing and making cannabis illegal in 1985 when the government signed the United Nation treaty to control psychoactive drugs.
Everything you need to know about marijuana from Livin' Weedy.