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Friends, we’re so proud to finally announce the release of our now-famous Sweet Amber Cannasugar in perfect teaspoon servings, for use in every which way you can imagine!
These 3×2″ packets are perfect for every situation and fit in nearly any container, from purse to pocket or even your wallet. The high-quality food-grade packaging is water and child-resistant, resealable, and also discrete. No need to worry that some eccentrically colored reggae cartoon is going to blow up your spot as you’re upgrading your coffee.
To new and light users, we generally suggest consuming only half a teaspoon of Sweet Amber cannasugar at a time, so most will only need half or even a quarter of this. Save the rest for later, or do it all at once and enjoy yourself.
We’ll soon be releasing a list with contact info for qualified providers.
Check back soon! We have much more to share.
Our flagship product is nearly ready. Return next week for an exciting update!
On June 27th, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) which merges the medicinal cannabis regulation of the 2015 Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MCRSA) with November’s Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), which legalized recreational adult use in the state. Besides being an unbearable mouthful, it’s a substantial overhaul of the expectations for 2018, resulting in the retraction and emergency redraft of regulations proposed by CA’s three cannabis regulatory agencies.
Anyone who plans to grow, sell, or even use cannabis should probably give this a once over. I highly suggest using CTRL + F to find the sections relevant to you by keyword (ex: cultivation, label, sale, medicinal, ID).
For the most part, it coalesces two established bills to follow the intent of AUMA, but there are substantial changes to labeling, packaging, and portioning that one should keep abreast of.
To read the full text of SB-94 the “Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) aka the ‘How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” act, visit the state senate’s website.
Wonderful news for supporters of cannabis legalization!
Norml reports the Senate has upheld The Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Amendment, which amends H.R.2578 and states that federal funds cannot be used to prosecute legal cannabis programs.
That means cannabis producers and users need not worry about criminal prosecution as long as they are following their state’s laws. So not only are you safe from criminal prosecution from the state, you’re safe from federal prosecution too (as long as you’re good with the state). That is federal law now.
Thanks to everyone who contacted their representatives to protect cannabis normalization!
Learn more about the bill and read the amendment