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"Vemos en el cannabis una alternativa económica para las mujeres", entrevista a las monjas de la marihuana
by Laura Rueda on 13/04/18

“ If the women of the world want to join our movement, all they have to do, is start their own cannabis activism and cultivate: Our objective is to create a movement of cannabis women worldwide”. We speak to Sister Kate, founder of the Sisters of the Valley, more commonly known as the Weed Nuns.

Laura Rueda: Why do they call you nuns?

Sister Kate: They don’t call us nuns, but sisters. But the media started to call us nuns and we decided that we agreed with the name. If you look at the definition of nuns, there is nothing that specifies catholic. It's a dying profession in this country: the average age is 78 years old.

There is a new generation of young women, daughters of hippies, of people that left the church, that weren't educated in religion: They don’t know anything about spirituality and that’s wonderful because should be the ones who develop the basis of our new religion, which is based solely in cannabis...

¿Conocen los adolescentes el riesgo del cannabis? ¿Cómo influye en su consumo?
by Fundación Daya on 12/04/18

A US study took into account the trend of decrease in perception of risk of cannabis in adolescents, which is normally used as a predictor of levels of consumption, and evaluated the validity of this practice at a time of rapid change in public policies.

As a method, the authors analysed two representative cross-party studies of the US and the National Survey of Use on Drug Use and Health (2002 - 2014) examining prevailing trends from one year to the next regarding the risk of...

Depuis l’Universal Street Academy, Belinda nous a fait savoir qu’elle veut être
by SAPP on 12/04/18

Amongst our objectives we have to offer our children a complete formation and not neglect any aspect of their life. Because of this, we offer not just education but also teach values to ensure that they develop personally and professionally.

In this vein, we have heard from Belinda, who from the Universal Street Academy, has let us know that she would like to be a secretary, and in order to help her dream come true, we have sent her a computer. In this way...

Chile makes history and permits home cultivation of medicinal cannabis
by Laura Rueda on 11/04/18

These are historic days for pain relief in Chile. Foundation Daya, regular collaborator of Kannabia, and other associations such as Mamá Cultiva, have written an important page in the book of Chilean Cannabis. On March 26th, The Honourable Chamber of Deputies passed with a majority vote, the home cultivation of medicinal cannabis, in the absence of some indicators.

Despite the actual legislation of each country on cannabis regulation, the rights of patients always end up compromised...

La production de cannabis médicinal en Italie n’est pas suffisante : les secours arrivent du Canada
by Pippi Contini on 09/04/18

Medicinal cannabis has been legal in Italy since 2007 and treatment with medical cannabis is permitted for a multitude of  conditions. The main problem for patients is the shortage of supplies and since last summer it has been hard to get medicinal cannabis from the country’s pharmacies. The solution is coming from Canada with a extraordinary 100 kg top-up, and the entrance of Canadian companies onto the Italian medical cannabis scene.

Medicinal cannabis has been legal in Italy since...

El CBD puede contrarrestar los efectos del THC. ¡Palabra de doctor!
by Pippi Contini on 19/03/18

Much is claimed of CBD and on various occasions it has been affirmed that amongst its characteristics it has the potential to counteract the effects of THC. We wanted to dig deeper into the subject, speaking to doctor Mariano Garcia de Palau, registered physician, member of the Spanish Observatory of Medicinal Cannabis and Medical Director of Kalapa Clinic.

What does science think?

We asked him what the truth is of these claims, and the...

Universal Wonderful Street Academy, en Accra (Ghana)
by SAPP on 13/03/18

Durante el mes de febrero en la Universal Wonderful Street Academy, en Accra (Ghana), hemos recibido varias visitas: estas son muy importantes para nosotros ya que los visitantes tiene una experiencia de primera mano con los chicos y les acompañan tanto en las clases como en las tareas de la escuela; además de que así conocen cómo les ofrecemos a los niños de la calle la oportunidad de tener un futuro mejor.

Por otro lado, las experiencias de voluntariado de...

What are feminized cannabis seeds?
by Redacción on 01/03/18

Easy isn't it? but for somebody just starting out with their first home grow, it's not so simple.

Here In Europe, growers love feminized cannabis seeds for the ease and lack of waste, but in other regions regular strains have always been popular. 

Now, more and more growers in the US and Canada are discovering the benefits of feminized cannabis seeds.

Russian Doll


by Redacción on 20/02/18

El banco de semillas Kannabia Seeds continúa apoyando a pacientes que cultivan sus propias plantas para uso medicinal, esta vez con una importante donación de semillas, beneficiando a todos aquellos que se traten dolencias y patologías con cannabis, mejorando su calidad de vida.

“Estamos felices de poder colaborar con Fundación Daya y entregar nuestras semillas de excelente calidad, para brindar apoyo a aquellos pacientes que necesitan de ellas”, afirma Zoe,...

Cannabis pour l’autisme, une thérapie possible?
by Pippi Contini on 14/02/18

In the last few years, in various parts of the world, reports are multiplying of parents telling how the use of cannabis for their autistic children has significantly improved their quality of life, having a marked impact, above all, in the reduction of hypersensitivity, hyperactivity and self-harming and in the improvement of communication barriers associated with this condition.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS)

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS) is a neurological (and development)...

4 mythes sur la plante mâle de la marijuana
by Laura Rueda on 13/02/18

In the world of cannabis the female is prized, But the same can not be said for the male, the often neglected half of this couple. The reason? The polinisation of the females would put the whole crop in danger. An online search however will bring upmany articles convincing us of the benefits of the male. We talked to Manuel Ramiro, member of the technical team at Planta Sur, who debunked some of the myths about its virtues “I would never recommend keeping a male unless you are trying to...