Cannabis Education, News & Grow Guides for ACT Residents
Cannabis laws are changing rapidly in Australia. As at June 2021, cultivation and posession of up to 50 grams of cannabis is legal in ACT, and it is ‘decriminalized’ in South Australia and Northern Territory.
In other states, minor possession or cultivation is still illegal with the penalty for posession of small quantities ranging from fines to criminal offences depending on past criminal history.
Australia is still a ways behind other western countries. For example it’s 100% legal in Canada and in 36 US states. As the taboo is relinquished globally, marijuana legalization laws in Australia can be difficult to follow. That is why we’ve developed a comprehensive guide to Australian laws.
Cannabis has been proven to have many medicinal, economical & societal benefits. Just like alcohol, tobacco and prescription drug use, education is essential to ensure moderate and responsible use across Australia.
Here at Cannabis Growing, we do not condone or endorse any illegal activity. We simply are passionate about providing marijuana news, education and growing information for those living in the ACT or with a medicinal license.
We cannot sell seeds, but we have developed a comprehensive guide on how to buy cannabis seeds in Australia for collectable purposes only.
Latest Cannabis News
Former Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson, who is taking a year off, has announce that he will join a sports science company which researches medicinal cannabis. Image: (CC BY-SA 4.0).
Australian cannabis company AusCann (ASX: AC8) has announced today of an upcoming trial of cannabinoid treatments to help with spinal cord injuries.
Many people are reporting symptoms of anxiety and stress, particularly since the pandemic began. Now a cannabis scientist explains how best to use THC and CBD in treating these disorders.
A dog has sniff out a huge cannabis factory worth £1 million, after smelling something through a tiny hole in the wall next door to the owner’s gym he works out at.
Sisters of the Valley, a non-Catholic sisterhood which focuses on healing through plant based medicine, has held its first topical CBD salve-making class in California.
Australian cannabis company Little Green Pharma has partnered with Southern Cross University in a research study looking at cannabis to treat fibromyalgia syndrome.
After US sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson was banned from the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, people are asking why cannabis is banned in elite sports, since it doesn’t actually enhance performance.
In Los Angeles, Cheech Marin and award winning chef Zach Neil have created a late-night food delivery service, which includes ‘stoner food’ available until 3am.
Delta-8 THC, a controversial cannabinoid, has been banned from the New York Cannabinoid Hemp Program, clamping down on regulations surrounding the psychoactive cannabinoid.
CBD has hit the mainstream, from CBD-infused creams, skincare oils, hair products and more. Buy why all the hype, are they actually better than normal skincare products?!
An 18-year old male McDonald’s delivery driver from Reading in the UK was caught carrying five bags of cannabis and has been arrested for drug driving.
Montu, a medical group in East Melbourne, Australia, has used crowdfunding platform Birchal to help raise funds for its telehealth services which help patients find doctors who can prescribe medicinal cannabis.
Research by Columbia and Weill Cornell suggests that cannabis use disorders from the years 2010 to 2018 has increased by 150% in prenatal hospitalisation, indicating more cannabis use in pregnant women.
A synthetic cannabis ring has been discovered by police in the Canterbury region in New Zealand, after a 2-month long investigation. Over 3kg of synthetic cannabis was found and approx. $40,000 in cash.