America’s First Cannabis Cafe
THE HEMP CAFE💚💯
Lowell Cafe in West Hollywood
What it’s like inside America’s first cannabis cafe?
A cafe where you can legally light up a joint
Like waiters and waitresses, “flower hosts” serve vapes, pre-rolls, a daily selection of flower, edibles, and potent concentrates.
Lowell Cafe is the first location in the U.S. to allow on-site cannabis consumption and is the latest extension of the legal weed market in California
High Society Cannabis Cafe 😂😂😂
HIGH TIMES AT THE CANNABIS CAFE IS FILMED ON LOCATION AT THE COFFEESHOP AMSTERDAM CAFÉ. A CHANNEL 4 DOCUMENTARY FEATURING CANNABIS
Cannabis may be illegal in the UK, but in Holland, it’s part of everyday life. A group of Brits are heading to Amsterdam to experience the highs and lows…
Ex-Drug Cop Pulls Whitey
Optimistic ex-cop takes a funny turn at the in Amsterdam after smoking his first joint.
Cannabis use on British TV
share thoughts – and giggles – about the highs and lows of smoking dope.
In High Society: Cannabis Cafe, Britons are taken to Amsterdam where the drug can be supplied legally in coffee shops
Cannabis is not legal in the UK, so the producers had to film their new series in Amsterdam where cannabis is allowed to sell in the licenced coffeeshops.
The producers contacted Amsterdam Genetics for some options for the new series and the chosen location was Coffeeshopamsterdam Café that is part of Coffeeshopamsterdam that is located just a few meters away from each other.
Cannabis trial Dutch cities picked for cafe supply experiment
Cannabis cafes in the Netherlands are to be supplied legally with drugs from regulated producers as part of a trial aimed at tackling the black market.
Under Dutch law, cannabis can be sold over the counter in licensed coffee shops, but it is currently illegal to produce and supply the drug.
The country’s loose policy on cannabis has seen criminal enterprises flourish.
From 2021, cafes in 10 cities will get a legal supply of “quality” cannabis as part of a four-year experiment.
Cultivating cannabis is a contentious issue in the Netherlands, a country famous for its liberal drug laws.
Cafe owners who provide over-the-counter cannabis have long relied on the illegal market for their supply, and industry insiders have accused the government of facilitating a nonsensical backdoor culture.
How will the experiment work?
The “weed trials” are aimed at providing a controlled and legalised supply of cannabis, making the industry more transparent and testing whether that will free up police officers to focus on other crimes.
As part of the experiment, cannabis will be cultivated by nationally approved growers. The coffee shops in these towns will be obliged to participate: in other words they will no longer be allowed to procure their produce from growers operating under the legal radar.
Cities in which the drug’s cultivation will remain unregulated will be monitored and the results will then be compared.
The green rush the UK needs
As the pound continues to fall against the dollar amid the recent uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the UK government could do with another source of revenue to prop up the depleted NHS, public services and other industries.
The legalisation of cannabis in America has secured an astounding amount of economic benefits and created a multitude of new jobs alongside a hefty amount of tax revenue.
Corbyn son grows his hemp empire
The National Hemp Service will open on Stroud Green Road in September, and is the passion project of Tommy, 26, and his girlfriend Chloe Kerslake-Smith, 24, pictured.
Every product will be made from hemp, a strain of cannabis.
“Hemp offers a huge amount of solutions to the problems of today, in terms of agriculture, environment, even economically, if we all start growing hemp it would help.
Tommy is the third of Corbyn’s sons with his Chilean second wife Claudia Bracchitta. Corbyn famously missed Tommy’s birth because he was lecturing union members elsewhere in the same hospital. Tommy is also director of The Hemp Cafe, a separate company.
“There is only so much I can tell people,” Corbyn added. “I have to show them. It’s not a dingy smoking den … We want people to come in and really go away having learned about the plant.”