The new Israeli cannabis company "Univo" reports that it has basically agreed to import about half a ton of medical cannabis from the Canadian cannabis company "Canopy".
470 kg of cannabis will be imported into Israel from the world's largest cannabis company, says the new Israeli cannabis company UNV Medicine LTD. Univo which will be the exclusive importer of cannabis in Israel from Canopy.
Cannabis's products that will be shipped to Israel were not designed to be labelled Canada's famous brand, including "Tweed" and "Spectrum", but would be branded as "Unvio" products.
The announcement of the import from "Canopy" comes after the import of 250 kg made by Canndoc Ltd. "Canndoc" from the Canadian cannabis company "Tilray", and 400 kg of cannabis imported by the "Bazelet" members of the Portuguese farm company "Emek". In addition, the company "Together" announced it will import 250 kg of cannabis from its cannabis farm in Uganda.
After Tweed Canopy's imports are realized in Israel, cannabis from overseas of a total weight of over 1.3 tons, following the Ministry of Health approval for companies to import in view of the status of local cannabis deficiency.
This phenomenon of importing cannabis from abroad is expected to seriously harm small Israeli farmers who hoped to establish Israeli cannabis reviews for marketing the produce to factories. Collaboration agreements with the largest Canadian companies in the peripheral world, a large part of the activity share in this area.
According to Univo's announcement to the stock exchange: "Along with exclusive engagement in Israel, Univo will first import 470 kilograms of dry medical cannabis grown by canopy, produce its products with the cannabis raw materials that carry Univo's logo and brand and find the national cannabis products. Exclusively, as final packaging in pharmacies for the Israeli market. ”
It is also reported that "Univo's imported product is the GACP librarian, from which Unibo will produce GMP paper products and subject to the certification and instructions of the Medical Cannabis Unit of the Ministry of Health. The second home of the European Cannabis Medical Memorandum and Memorandum in Europe, the European market For the required permits. "
Golan Bitton, Univo's CEO, said: "The agreement with Canopy is a move. In addition, the agreement is proof that there is a right in establishing a technology enterprise with a larger capacity that the technology will produce products of international quality and standards. The agreement will also allow us to define our market share in Israel, regardless of our farms and professional supplies and continue to sell to expand our range of medical cannabis products.
Source: Cannabis Magazine
First discovered in Israel in the 1960s by Professor Raphael Mechoulam and his team, cannabinoids are naturally occurring chemical compounds derived from the cannabis plant. These compounds are responsible for the many medicinal effects of cannabis, with each compound offering distinctive properties and benefits. To date, scientists have discovered over 113 cannabinoids, and more are likely to be found.
Your body responds to every cannabinoid compound differently thanks to a remarkable built-in mechanism: the endocannabinoid system. This complex system is made up of receptors scattered throughout the body, which regulate health and homeostasis. The receptors have been identified in nearly every major organ system, from the brain and spinal cord to the gastrointestinal tract. CB1 receptors are associated most closely with the brain and nervous system, while CB2 receptors are linked to the immune system. These receptors, along with enzymes that aid in cleanup after many endocannabinoid system processes, help our bodies maintain a stable internal environment.
When activated by exposure to cannabinoids, the receptors of the endocannabinoid system become reactive. This means they’re able to affect key body processes including mood, memory, appetite, and pain. The specific effects of cannabis-derived products depend on the particular compound used and the location of the receptors that bind with that compound; we’ll look more closely at the receptor-cannabinoid interactions of various CBD compounds in the sections below.
The most familiar of the cannabinoids is CBD, an abbreviation that’s short for cannabidiol. Unlike THC, the other well-known compound derived from cannabis, CBD doesn’t have psychoactive effects. That means you can use it for medicinal purposes without getting high, so it’s safe to utilize even when you’re planning to work or drive. CBD is also an extremely adaptable compound, so it can be transformed into oils, gummies, pills, creams and more to suit various therapeutic needs.
CBD is the best researched of the cannabinoid compounds, and its applications are exceptionally wide-ranging. Studies show that CBD can be used for:
CBD — Reported Therapeutic Effects
1. Anxiety and stress
5. Withdrawal symptoms in cannabis and tobacco addiction. Inhibition of the reward-facilitating effect of morphine and cocaine.
6. Auto-immune diseases (diabetes type 1 for example)
7. Auto-immune-like diseases (GVHD, for example)
9. Inflammation (Crohn's disease, colitis, pancreatitis, rheumatoid arthritis).
10. Reduces infarct size and increase blood flow in stroke;
11. Obesity (food consumption; lowering appetite); metabolic syndrome.
12. Retinopathy associated with diabetes.
13. Antiemetic and anti-nausea
14. Protects against myocardial, liver, renal ischemic/reperfusion injury
15. Protects against hypoxia/ischemia injury.
16. Neuroprotection against neuronal damage due to neurological diseases or injury (Parkinson's disease; Huntington's disease; Alzheimer's disease; cerebral infarction; hepatic encephalopathy; traumatic brain injury; cerebral ischemia; spinal cord injury; memory rescuing effects; ).
17. Cancer and resistance to cancer chemotherapy; cancer cell migration (metastasis); inhibits angiogenesis.
18. Epilepsy and convulsions.
19. Chronic inflammatory and neuropathic pain
20. Lowers cannabis and THC effects such as memory loss, psychotic-like symptoms, anxiogenic action
21. Protects against airway obstruction
22. Obsessive-compulsive behavior
23. Memory rescuing effects due to neurodegenerative disorders
25. Reduces neuroinflammation and promotes neuroplasticity and functional recovery after brain ischemia
26. Restless leg syndrome
27. Disrupts the consolidation of specific and generalized fear memories
28. Preventing the development of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy
31. Kidney injury
32. Familial Mediterranean fever (auto-immune)
34. Cannabidiol Improves Cognitive Impairment and Reverses Cortical Transcriptional Changes Induced by Ketamine, in Schizophrenia-Like Model in Rats
Cannabidiolic acid, generally abbreviated to CBDA, is a cannabinoid produced by the stems, leaves, and flowers of some cannabis plants. Through a process called decarboxylation, the acid is removed from CBDA, transforming it into CBD. This process is most often performed by heating or smoking cannabis varieties that are high in CBDA. For this reason, CBDA is sometimes considered the “precursor” to CBD.
CBD and CBDA share similar molecular structures, so their therapeutic effects are also similar; however, CBDA has been the subject of less extensive scientific study. Scientists have learned that CBDA works primarily as an inhibitor of the COX-2 enzyme within the endocannabinoid system, leading to exploration of its effectiveness as a treatment for inflammation. Recent studies have also tested the efficacy of CBDA for certain types of cancer, and as an anti-emetic.
CBN is the abbreviation for cannabinol, another compound within the cannabinoid family. In fact, CBN was the first cannabinoid isolated by scientists. CBN is produced when THC is heated or exposed to oxygen; it also occurs naturally as the cannabis plant ages. Even though CBN is derived from THC, it doesn’t share the psychoactive properties of THC.
Within the endocannabinoid system, CBN binds to receptors less effectively than many other cannabinoids. However, it has been studied extensively as a helpful compound to improve sleep health. Scientists have discovered that CBN acts as a powerful sedative, with effects comparable to common sleep-inducing pharmaceuticals like diazepam. In studies on mice, CBN has been shown to prolong sleep time; additional studies suggest that this effect is amplified when used in combination with THC.
Along with its implications for sleep health, CBN has been studied as a possible stimulant for bone tissue growth. Research shows that it may activate stem cells that facilitate the production of new bone, making it potentially useful for the healing of fractures. Additional studies have explored the analgesic, antibiotic, anticonvulsant, and anti-inflammatory applications of CBN.
Like the other compounds in this overview, CBG (short for cannabigerol) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid with a variety of promising medical applications. CBG is actually the precursor to its more famous cousins, CBD and THC. Like CBDA, exposure to light or heat breaks down CBG in the cannabis plant into these better-known compounds.
Most strains of cannabis contain relatively little CBG, often less than 1%. However, that doesn’t mean this cannabinoid is any less promising when it comes to potential applications. CBG interacts with both CB1 and CB2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system; during these interactions, it’s thought to naturally increase dopamine levels, which help to regulate sleep, mood, and appetite. CBG is also thought to obstruct GABA uptake in the brain and block serotonin receptors—both positive implications for the treatment of anxiety and depression.
Studies have found CBG especially effective for certain physiological systems and symptoms, including:
Endocannabinoid receptors are highly concentrated in the structures of the eye, and CBG has been shown particularly effective at reducing the intraocular pressure associated with glaucoma.
A recent study offered promising results for CBG as a cancer-fighting compound, with the potential to block the receptors that cause cancer cell growth. Scientists saw inhibition in the growth of colorectal cancer cells in mice that were treated with CBG, offering an exciting new avenue of treatment for cancer patients.
Discovered more than five decades ago, cannabichromene (abbreviated CBC) is considered one of the most promising cannabinoids in recent medical research. Like CBD and THC, CBC is derived from CBDA when the acid is broken down by exposure to heat or ultraviolet light.
Non-intoxicating like other CBD compounds, CBC is less well researched than some cannabis derivatives. However, scientists have discovered a variety of potential applications for this cannabinoid.
Within the endocannabinoid system, CBC binds most effectively with vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1) and transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1); both of these receptor types are linked to the body’s perception of pain. This means that CBC may function as an alternative to traditional painkillers like NSAIDS, but without their potentially harmful side effects. CBC may be particularly effective for treating inflammatory conditions like osteoarthritis, especially when used in combination with THC.
Additional studies have shown that CBC may be a potential cancer fighter, second only to CBG in inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. Though research in this field is limited so far, the anti-inflammatory properties of CBC may also make it an effective acne treatment; studies suggest that it could work to prevent the sebaceous gland inflammation at the root of many types of acne.
While these therapeutic benefits overlap with many other cannabinoids, CBC is differentiated by what’s known as the “entourage effect.” Researchers believe that CBC may work synergistically when used with other cannabinoids to provide even more effective treatments for many of the conditions outlined above.
Last in our roundup of cannabinoid compounds is cannabidivarin, better known as CBDV. CBDV is extremely similar to CBD on a molecular level, but recent research has shown its applications are exceptionally unique and valuable for people with neurological disorders.
Preliminary studies on mice show that CBDV has enormous untapped potential in the treatment of epilepsy and similar neurological conditions. As an anticonvulsant and antiepileptic, CBDV may be able to help patients who suffer from epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, and other conditions in which seizures may occur. Along with reducing the duration and intensity of seizures, CBDV could work to prevent convulsions in the event that a seizure does occur. Early research on these applications for CBDV is so promising that GW Pharmaceuticals, a cannabis-focused company based in England, is working to patent the use of CBDV for the treatment of seizures.
Along with seizure treatment, CBDV may be used by patients who experience vomiting and nausea, especially when those conditions are caused by chemotherapy. It has also been studied as an appetite suppressant, and as a treatment that relieves symptoms of Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
Like all of the cannabinoids discussed above, CBDV is non-psychoactive.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products discussed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
On the way to legalization in Israel: After a round of discussions with the leaders of the struggle, the PM agreed on a full pardon for cannabis consumers (deletion of criminal cases).
After a round of discussions during which meetings were held between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Chairman of the Green Leaf Movement and editor of Cannabis Oren Leibowitz magazine and between Justice Minister Amir Ohana and Attorney Hatz-David Ozer, the PM decided to adopt the main elements of the "Leaf Plan" green.
The plan includes retroactive amnesty and deletion of criminal records of self-use of cannabis for some 40,000 Israelis, and the establishment of a committee to promote the legalization of a legal cannabis market in Israel (legalization), including opening legal stores and permitting domestic growth.
During the meetings, leaders of the legalization movement in Israel presented Leibowitz and helped Netanyahu and her data on the current harms of the anti-cannabis consumer policy and details on Canada's successful legalization model.
The petition details presented by the two on behalf of thousands of supporters (the High Court of Cannabis), including a demand for a complete abolition of the market and regulate the market in a controlled manner (legalization). The first hearing in the future will take place in the High Court in two months (22.4).
Apart from eliminating criminal cases in the context of mass pardon and the establishment of the first legalization committee in Israel, the parties intend to promote immediate solutions to reduce medical cannabis prices in pharmacies - these have jumped to an all-time high as a result of industry reform.
I examined the issue and decided to promote the deletion of criminal record for tens of thousands of Israelis for personal use and possession of cannabis, causing unnecessary suffering to many and burdens in the courts. Minister Ohana began work on the issue and he will chair a committee with professionals and Oren Leibowitz, chairman of Green Leaf, who will examine the import of the model in Canada to regulate a legal market in Israel
A first announcement of the program was posted on Twitter on Twitter and Facebook symbolically at exactly 4:20 this afternoon. More updates are expected later this week. The legalization committee will be formed soon and will be chaired by Minister Ohana Belibowitz.
This decision is a continuation of what Netanyahu said in the April 2019 elections, when he stated that he intended to abolish the inclusion of cannabis consumers. Ahead of the second round of elections in September 2019, Netanyahu has already announced steps to legalize. In the meantime, he said he would support a bill that would allow cannabis plant growth in the home.
Justice Minister Ohana also commented on the issue when he expressed support for full legalization several times. The current decision is another step forward, this time more practical, to the realization of the fight for legalization, should the right bloc reach 61 seats.
Source: Israel Cannabis Magazine
According to the old regulation, the price of medical cannabis in Israel stood at NIS 370 a month - regardless of the amount of cannabis licensed. So how much does medical cannabis cost and how much money is spent on each month?
In 2009, the medical cannabis industry was first established in Israel. Initially, cannabis raised a number of sick people in their homes with the approval of the Ministry of Health, and later also supplied some of the produce to several other patients. As the field grew and developed, the Ministry of Health decided to take action and regulate the industry.
Old set - only NIS 370
With the regulation of the industry, a uniform price was set, which all medical cannabis patients would pay. When the question came up of how much medical cannabis cost, the price was set at a random rate, by the special formula of "Double Live." HI is known as 18 in Gematria. Double 2 is 36 - and from there the price is set at NIS 360 a month. After about a year, the office decided to update the price of medical cannabis and raise it to NIS 370. It doesn't matter if the patient receives 20 grams of cannabis a month, or 200 grams of cannabis a month - the cost, NIS 370, remains the same.
New series - up to NIS 2,000 or more
Following pharmacy reform and the move to a free market format, medical cannabis prices jumped to new highs. Pricing is determined for each product individually, for example, a 10-gram bag costs between NIS 180 and NIS 390 today. Each company competes with its products as it sees fit. Cannabis companies oppose this model, as they say it will hurt them financially.
So how much does medical cannabis cost today?
After implementation of the new regulation, prices jumped to record prices, in the framework of "free market", up to NIS 2,000 and even more. The price is determined by the amount of cannabis the patient receives. , Or a vial of medical cannabis oil. Most companies charge between NIS 180 and 250 for a medical cannabis bag at a pharmacy. Some of the products of other companies come up to NIS 390 per bag.
Full Price List
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|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T0/C24 Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T0/C24 G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T1/C20 CELIXIR20||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T1/C20 Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T1/C20 G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T10/C10 EQUATIR10||$52.48||--||$52.48||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T10/C10 Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T10/C10 G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T10/C2 Indica Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T10/C2 Indica G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T10/C2 Sativa Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T10/C2 Sativa G.Flowers||$55.39||$42.57||$55.39||$51.02|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T10/C2 TELIXIR10||$52.48||$52.48||--||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T10/C2 TELIXIR10 Indica||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T10/C2 TELIXIR10 Sativa||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T15/C3 Indica Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T15/C3 Indica G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T15/C3 Sativa Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T15/C3 Sativa G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T15/C3 TELIXIR15||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T20/C4 Indica Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T20/C4 Indica G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T20/C4 Sativa Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T20/C4 Sativa G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T20/C4 TELIXIR20||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T3/C15 CELIXIR15||$52.48||$52.48||--||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T3/C15 Flowers||$55.39||$42.57||$55.39||$51.02|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T3/C15 G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||--||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T5/C10 CELIXIR10||$52.48||$52.48||--||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T5/C10 Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T5/C10 G.Flowers||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||BOL T5/C5 EQUATIR5||$52.48||$52.48||--||$52.48|
|BOL Pharma||Flower||BOL T5/C5 Flowers||$55.39||--||$55.39||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Flower Shredded||BOL T5/C5 G.Flowers||$55.39||--||--||$55.39|
|BOL Pharma||Oil||CONNEXIR T1/C20||$52.48||--||--||$52.48|
|IMC||Flower||IMC Flow T10C10 PARIS||$63.85||--||--||--|
|IMC||Flower||IMC Flow T15C3ind LONDON||$63.85||--||--||--|
|IMC||Flower||IMC Flow T15C3sat DQ||$63.85||--||--||--|
|IMC||Flower||IMC Flow T20C4ind ROMA||$78.43||--||--||--|
|IMC||Flower||IMC Flow T20C4sat TLV||$63.85||--||--||--|
|IMC||Oil||IMC Oil T15C3 CAN||$63.85||--||--||--|
|Syqe Medical||Evaporation Cartridge||Syqe Inhaler cartridge 60||$215.74||--||--||$215.74|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T1/C20||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T10/C10||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T10/C2||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T15/C3||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T3/C15||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T5/C10||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Bazelet||Flower Shredded||BAZELET T5/C5||$56.85||--||--||$56.85|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T10/C10 IMM||$75.80|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T10/C2 SATI||$46.65|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T15/C3 ABLE||$75.80|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T15/C3 ACTI||$104.96|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T15/C3 BALA||$75.80|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T15/C3 COMF||$75.80|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T15/C3 IND||$104.96|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T20/C4 RELI||$104.96|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T20/C4 STEA||$84.55|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T20/C4 SUPP||$113.70|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T3/C15 CURE||$75.80|
|Better||Flower||BETTER INFLOR T5/C10 EFFE||$75.80|
|Better||Oil||BETTER OIL T1/C20 CURE||$75.80|
|Better||Oil||BETTER OIL T1/C20 EFFECTI||$75.80|
|Better||Oil||BETTER OIL T10/C10 IMMUNE||$75.80|
|Better||Oil||BETTER OIL T10/C2 BUILD||$46.65|
|Better||Oil||BETTER OIL T15/C3 COMFORT||$46.65|
|Better||Oil||BETTER OIL T20/C4 SUPPORT||$84.55|
|Teva Adir||Flower||TEVADIR DQ T15/C3 SAT.FLO||$72.89||$72.89|
|Teva Adir||Flower||TEVADIR FEDE T15/C3 SAT F||$72.89|
|Teva Adir||Flower||TEVADIR JUAN T5/C10 FLOWE||$72.89|
|Teva Adir||Flower||TEVADIR ML T15/C3 IND.FLO||$72.89||$72.89|
|Teva Adir||Flower||TEVADIR MOR C15/T3 FLOWER||$78.72|
|Teva Adir||Oil||TEVADIR MOR T3/C15 OIL||$72.89|
|Teva Adir||Flower||TEVADIR RM T10/C10 FLOWER||$78.72|
|Teva Adir||Oil||TEVADIR T10/C10 OIL||$78.72|
|Teva Adir||Oil||TEVADIR T10/C2 OIL||$72.89|
|Teva Adir||Oil||TEVADIR T15/C3 OIL||$72.89|
|CannDoc||Flower||T1/C20 CBD CANNDOC||$56.85|
|CannDoc||Flower||T10/C2 INDICA CANNDOC||$52.48|
|CannDoc||Flower||T10/C2 SATIVA CANNDOC||$52.48|
|CannDoc||Flower||T15/C3 INDICA CANNDOC||$56.85|
|CannDoc||Flower||T15/C3 SATIVA CANNDOC||$56.85|
|CannDoc||Flower||T20/C4 INDICA CANNDOC||$58.31|
|CannDoc||Flower||T20/C4 SATIVA CANNDOC||$58.31|
|CannDoc||Flower||T3/C15 CBD CANNDOC||$49.56|
|CannDoc||Flower||T5/C10 CBD CANNDOC||$49.56|
|CannDoc||Flower||T5/C5 CANNDOC INFLOR||$54.23|
|CannDoc||Oil||T5/C5 CANNDOC OIL||$55.39|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T1/C20||$76.97||$78.72||$76.97||$77.55|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T10/C10||$55.10||$58.31||$55.10||$56.27|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T10/C2||$44.02||$46.65||$44.02||$44.90|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T15/C3||$65.89||$67.06||$65.89||$66.18|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T3/C15||$65.89||$67.06||$65.89||$66.18|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T5/C10||$55.10||$58.31||$55.10||$56.27|
|Rafa||Oil||AXIBAN SL DROPS T5/C5||$50.44||$51.02||--||$50.73|
|Seach||Flower||Canary Indica T10/C2||$52.48||$52.48||--||$52.48|
|Seach||Flower||Canary Indica T15/C3||$53.94||$46.65||--||$50.44|
|Seach||Flower||Canary Indica T20/C4||$53.94||$46.65||--||$50.44|
|Seach||Flower||Canary Sativa T10/C2||$52.48||$49.56||--||$51.02|
|Seach||Flower||Canary Sativa T15/C3||$53.94||$52.48||--||$53.35|
|Seach||Flower||Canary Sativa T20/C4||$53.94||$46.65||--||$50.44|
|Seach||Flower||Nitzan T10/C2 Indica||$60.93||$60.93||--||$60.93|
|Seach||Flower||Nitzan T10/C2 Sativa||$60.93||$60.93||--||$60.93|
|Seach||Flower||Nitzan T15/C3 Indica||$68.22||$68.22||--||$68.22|
|Seach||Flower||Nitzan T15/C3 Sativa||$68.22||$68.22||--||$68.22|
|Seach||Flower||Nitzan T20/C4 Indica||$72.59||$72.59||--||$72.59|
|Seach||Flower||Nitzan T20/C4 Sativa||$72.59||$72.59||--||$72.59|
Next week in pharmacies: "Bazelet" company with first import of overseas cannabis from the T20 category. "Ensure continuous supply of high-quality, clean cannabis," says the company's CEO. Accurate THC percentages will be displayed for the first time.
Bazelet first imported about half a ton of cannabis from Portugal last week to fill the shortage of high-quality cannabis pharmacies from the T20 category. Early next week, the new products should be available in patient pharmacies.
Bazelet's imported cannabis comes from EU-GMP standard incubators and is the first in Israel to show an accurate percentage of THC and not just the category (T20 in this case), so patients can know better what they are getting - in this case between 19.3% and 20.8% THC.
Although the Ministry of Health has promised that there will be an obligation to present an accurate quantity of active ingredients as of 1.1.20, the rest of the manufacturers are still not properly marking and the products may contain between 16% and 24% of THC in the case of T20 and a similar gap in other categories.
Cannabis, weighing 400 kilograms, was shipped to Israel by the recently acquired cannabis Portuguese company Terra Verde, acquired by the European cannabis company EMMAC (EMMAC).
Cannabis will be marketed in Israel under the Bazelet home brand, "BCANN" (BCANN), underneath which cannabis products purchased from independent growing companies in Israel and worldwide. At the same time, “Bazelet” manufactures branded products for other companies.
The new cannabis imported by the “Bazelet” company from Portugal Packed in the company plants The BCANN cannabis flower T20 / C4 of the BCANN series of Bazelet cannabis flower T20 of the BCANN series from Portugal
Meir Ariel, CEO of the Bazelet Group, said: "As a leading player in the medical cannabis industry in Israel, the Bazelet Group does everything it can to ensure a continuous supply of premium, high-quality and clean medical cannabis."
Ariel also addressed the issue of export, saying: “Israeli patients are our top priority and we will take care of the first. We will not export cannabis abroad until we resolve their plight and ensure the continuity of their treatment. ”
One of the reasons for C20's cannabis shortage, the one imported by Bazelet, is that in the past, companies released unreliable data and now, after being determined to comply with the standards, find that the same products contained less than declared - the Ministry of Health explains.
The shipment that Bazelet brought is the second to arrive in Israel from Portugal after a few years before it did so, "CannDoc", which imported 250 kg from the facilities of "Tlray". There, too late, hope to transfer Portuguese cannabis to the pharmacies soon.
Thus, a total of 650 kg of medical cannabis has been imported to Israel so far - all from Portugal, which is the largest medical cannabis exporter in Europe. Most Canadian companies, as well as Israeli companies, set up facilities in Portugal to export cannabis throughout Europe.
Source: Cannabis Magazine Israel
Comprehensive marijuana reform will be at the center of another congressional hearing next week, a key committee announced on Wednesday.
Two months after the House Judiciary Committee approved the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act, a comprehensive cannabis legalization bill sponsored by Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), the issue will be the subject of another discussion in an Energy and Commerce Subcommittee.
The topic will be taken up by the panel’s Subcommittee on Health on January 15.
“As public opinion continues to evolve and cannabis policies change at all levels of government, it’s important to bring federal agency officials together to discuss current and future federal cannabis policies,” Energy and Commerce Chairman Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Health Subcommittee Chairwoman Anna Eshoo (D-CA) said in a joint statement. “We’re particularly interested in examining the implications of changing marijuana’s schedule listing, the potential of cannabis research, and federal efforts to review and approve cannabidiol products.”
NEWS: Health Subcommittee announces a legislative hearing on current and future federal cannabis policies.
It’s not clear if the hearing, titled the “Cannabis Policies for the New Decade,” will focus on specific legislation such as the MORE Act. So far, the committee has not listed any witnesses who will testify at the meeting.
“The Energy and Commerce committee taking up marijuana reform is an unprecedented and welcome development,” Justin Strekal, political director of NORML, told Marijuana Moment. “As the MORE Act continues to move through the process, the House is poised to become the first chamber of Congress in history to pass a bill to end prohibition.”
Nadler previously told Marijuana Moment that his office was “carrying on conversations” with other committees that his bill had been referred to, such as Energy and Commerce, to see if they’d waive jurisdiction in order to advance it more quickly to the full floor.
“I don’t anticipate that to be a big problem,” he said. “We are looking forward to moving this to the floor at an appropriate time when we’ve done some more educational work and have the votes.”
The Small Business Committee said this week that it’s agreed to yield on the bill.
Marijuana Moment has reached out to staffers on each of the panels, but while several responded, they said plans haven’t been finalized yet. A National Resources Committee communications official said he “wouldn’t put us down as a potential obstacle” on the legislation’s path to the floor.
The legislation has also been referred to Agriculture, Education and Labor, Ways and Means, and Oversight and Reform.
Nadler’s MORE Act has been a subject of intense interest for cannabis reform advocates, who view it as an ideal vehicle to end federal prohibition and repair the harms of the drug war, particularly for communities of color.
Beside descheduling marijuana, the bill would expunge the records of those with prior cannabis convictions and impose a five percent tax on sales, revenue from which would be reinvested in those disproportionately impacted communities.
It would also create a pathway for resentencing for those incarcerated over marijuana offenses, and it would provide protections ensuring that immigrants couldn’t be denied citizenship over cannabis. Additionally, the legislation would prevent federal agencies from denying public benefits or security clearance due to marijuana use.
It’s not clear if and when Energy and Commerce plans to hold a possible markup to vote on the legislation following Wednesday’s subcommittee hearing but, given the number of other panels that could also choose to take it up and the pressure from advocates to advance the legislation this Congress, it seems likely that such action will be scheduled in a timely fashion.
Source: Marijuana Moment
TOGETHER - PANAXIA - BAZELET
In order to be able to recognize the goods in Israel, the company must adhere to two rules: the GAP growth standard is the production count and the laboratory tests in Israel.
Will the Cannabis Medical Company be able to get the Health Ministry official to import her crops from Uganda? The undertaker's office did not disclose to the German scholarship the material it had grown in Uganda, at least until it obtained a relevant permit to prepare the goods from the German regulator.
Together (+ 3.76% 386.8), managed by Nissim Bracha, explained to the Games in Israel that she is planning a first commercial harvest of 5,000 medical cannabis seedlings on a farm in Uganda, inspired by 30 acres. This modern society was not intentional, it is aware that the law in Israel is not the establishment of medical cannabis direct sales to patients.
The Marker learned that three additional requests for import were placed on the Ministry of Health table and were pending no contact: Panaxia, its Lod plant; Bazalet Company, which holds the largest waterfall in Israel; Private led by Attorney Sagi Beno, who applied for approval to import goods into Israel.
Sales of 60,000 patients in Israel, and the new reform that led to the third books are three on cannabis products.
In order to be able to recognize goods in Israel, the importing company must adhere to two main rules: the GAP standard of production growth and laboratory tests in Israel. Proper home file size of water and air, the lab will check for pesticides in the plant. This check makes the Department of Health ascertain the quality of the water that fed the plant - an issue that may plague quite a few patients who fear water in Uganda may endanger the bars.
In practice, it seems that it will be much more difficult to convince the Ministry of Health that they comply with the Israeli or European regulation. The effort it takes to import cannabis from Uganda to Israel will be greater than that of its companies importing Europe-size material under EU rules.
Uganda does not have a mutual recognition agreement with Israel, so the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture will need to ensure that Togder grows the goods under the right conditions. Such an examination would require a party from the Ministry of Health or another body in its authority to travel to Uganda and inspect the goods before bringing them to Israel.
Nir Sosinski, the controlling shareholder, in Together: "There are two options for the material broadcaster coming from Uganda. The truth comes from the model of Israeli farms. A half-pound biopsy for a GMP approved waterfall, packed in 10 grams and trays for the final consumer. The second option is that the Ministry of Health knows the books GMP Existing and Services from Ugandan Ministry of Health I know this for the country.
"World Union Control, which also works with the ministry in Israel, has arrived in Uganda, and the support for access to GACP development. The reports on this in the past. To get to know the bunch to the country we can show the cheerleaders the relevance and testing of the lab and then import. The European standard we work on in Uganda We check the permissible air before and after flowering, we have certificates on every part of the process.
A rumor of rumors from the corridors of the Ministry of Health and conference rooms is released like white smoke. News of documents that are already ready for signature and final approval, details of standards and procedures that will allow importers to engage in the field of Israel, and a lot of hopeful concern - when will that happen?
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A customer pays cash for retail marijuana at 3D Cannabis Center in Denver. The U.S House on Wednesday passed a bill that would protect banks that service cannabis businesses.
A MEASURE TO PROTECT financial institutions that service cannabis companies passed the House in a bipartisan vote Wednesday, becoming the first standalone marijuana reform bill to ever clear a chamber of Congress.
The legislation, if ultimately made into law, would protect financial institutions and ancillary firms that serve marijuana businesses from criminal prosecution and other consequences – a long-awaited move that would provide stability and security to the multi billion-dollar cannabis industry.
The measure, the Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2019, passed the chamber by a vote of 321-103. Nearly all Democrats backed the bill as did 91 Republicans. It required a two-thirds majority to pass because it was voted on under a procedure that suspends House rules – a move that allows bills that enjoy broad but not unanimous support to be voted on quickly.
Eleven states and the District of Columbia have legalized the recreational use of marijuana, and a majority of states also have legal medical marijuana programs. But the drug remains illegal at the federal level, making banks and credit unions wary of doing business with the industry because of the threat of criminal prosecution and regulatory consequences. The SAFE Banking Act shields financial institutions who work with state and tribe-legal cannabis businesses from those consequences.
The bill moved out of the House Financial Committee in March and was sponsored by more than 200 lawmakers at the time of the vote. It is backed by a slew of national banking groups, including the American Bankers Association, the Credit Union National Association and the Independent Community Bankers of America, which have pushed Congress to act on the issue for some time. The National Association for State Treasurers, a bipartisan group of more than 30 state attorneys general, and the governors of 20 states have urged Congress to pass the bill.
Cannabis trade groups, marijuana legalization advocates and human rights groups generally support the measure, though some rights groups voiced concern that the banking bill would get in the way of broader reforms and federal legalization.
"We applaud the House for approving this bipartisan solution to the cannabis banking problem, and we hope the Senate will move quickly to do the same," said Neal Levine, chief executive officer of the Cannabis Trade Federation, which lobbied in support of the bill. "This vital legislation will have an immediate and positive impact, not only on the state-legal cannabis industry, but also on the many communities across the nation that have opted to embrace the regulation of cannabis. Allowing lawful cannabis companies to access commercial banking services and end their reliance on cash will greatly improve public safety, increase transparency, and promote regulatory compliance."
It's not clear what the measure's chances are in the Senate. The Senate version of the legislation is sponsored by 33 senators but hasn't yet made it out of committee. Sen. Mike Crapo, Idaho Republican and chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, told Politico he plans to mark up a cannabis banking measure in his committee before the year ends, though it may not be the banking bill that has already been introduced. It's not known if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky would bring such a measure to a vote in the chamber.