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Cannadouro Magazine: Number 7 is already on newsstands. See here how to receive the magazine at home



Cover illustration: Rui Ricardo

The number 7 of of Cannadouro Magazine is already on newsstands, with a lot of information in Portuguese about the current situation in the world of cannabis and hemp. This edition is dedicated to the legalization world map and features an illustration by the Portuguese visual artist Rui Ricardo on the cover. Inside you can find interviews with Carl. L. Hart, Bonni Goldstein and Ben Dronkers, plus a tutorial on how to grow cannabis from clones.

In issue #7 of Cannadouro Magazine, with a spectacular cover designed by the illustrator Rui Ricardo, João Xabregas went through the legalization world map and tells us which countries are most advanced in terms of cannabis regulation. In the usual cultivation section, the tricot Leave us a tutorial on growing cannabis from clones, with a step-by-step guide that will be very useful for anyone who wants to understand the art of planting without using seeds.

Hemp comes to us from a new plantation in Chaves, where hemp has been produced on a large scale for many years, as a raw material for military equipment. At the beginning of the 700th century, Chaves had a Fabric Factory that employed more than 7 people and the Galician Gerardo Moreda is bringing the culture back to the local economy, by coordinating the cultivation of XNUMX hectares of hemp, with a view to the production of fiber and seeds. For her part, Marta Vinhas, founder of SensiHemp, spoke with Cannadouro about the important role of hemp in sustainability in fashion.

The chronicles of this edition come to us from Cannabis Mothers Movement. Spanish Medical Cannabis Observatory, from ENCOD – The European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies, from Kosmicare and German lawyer Kai-Friedrich Niermann, from KFN+ Law Office.

Three great interviews and an edition not to be missed

Professor of Psychology (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University in New York, Carl L. Hart, who recently released the book “Drug Use for Grown-Ups – Chasing Liberty in the land of fear”, the Los Angeles pediatrician specialized in in cannabinoid medicine Bonni Goldstein and Sensi Seeds founder Ben Dronkers are interviewees for this issue.

Carl Hart tells us how his own experience with drugs helped him understand how they work, Bonni Goldstein explains how cannabinoids have helped his pediatric patients improve their conditions, from epilepsy and autism to cancer, and Ben Dronkers takes us on a journey into its past, in search of the best genetics and cannabis-related pieces around the world, which led to the creation of the largest seed bank and two museums.

Cannadouro Magazine is a paper magazine published in Portugal by Cannadouro — Associação Cultural, which is responsible for organizing the International Hemp Fair, at Alfândega do Porto, since 2017. This year's edition takes place on the 19th and 20th of November.

The magazine is available at grow-shops and some newsstands in the country, but it can also be subscribed online and received by mail. To subscribe to this more practical modality, simply subscribe to the next four editions and receive them comfortably at home for only 25 euros. If you do so until the end of October, you will also receive a ticket to the next Cannadouro, on the 19th and 20th of November, at Alfândega do Porto.

Previous issues of the magazine are available in PDF version on the website of the of Cannadouro Magazine and the next ones can be subscribed and sent by post, with an offer of entry to the Cannadouro – International Hemp Fair, which takes place on the 19th and 20th of November 2022, at Alfândega do Porto.

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