Cannabis plants grown in the Hortica lab
Hortica takes cannabis to industrial age, food production to future

With a tightly-controlled environment in Tirat Yehuda, the Israeli company ensures near-total control over production and radical cost-saving controls

Israel overtakes Germany as largest importer of medicinal cannabis flower

By July, Israel had imported more than 6 metric tons of cannabis flower into the country, according to Cannabis Magazine editor, Oren Lebovitch.

Israeli researchers provide evidence microdosing cannabis relieves pain

The researchers published their findings in the European Journal of Pain, providing the first scientific evidence that microdosing can be applied medical cannabis solution.

MK Sharren Haskel before the cannabis legalization vote
Knesset votes to advance cannabis legalization

"Legalizing cannabis would be symbolic for my generation as a sign of our personal freedom," said Haskel, 36, who was born in Toronto, where cannabis is legal.

Cannabis legalization bills pass key hurdle

Gay conversion outlawing postponed.

Employee tends to medical cannabis plants at Pharmocann, an Israeli medical cannabis company in nort
Knesset committee to approve bill to legalize cannabis

The use of cannabis will be permitted to Israelis from the age of 21, with the exception of those working in security positions.

Bill aimed at outlawing gay conversion therapy comes to vote

Cannabis legalization also set to come to a vote

Cannabis bill delayed by a week

The bill was initiated by Likud MK Sharren Haskel, who was appointed to work on cannabis legislation jointly with Blue and White MK Ram Shefa.

CBD oil is seen displayed at The Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo) trade show
Innocan raises NIS 12.5m. to develop CBD-based COVID-19 treatment

The platforms were developed to treat a variety of diseases. In the case of coronavirus, they work to ease the inflammatory process and contribute to the recovery of infected lung cells

Researchers: Ancient Israelis used cannabis in ceremony

It seems likely that the plant was used at Arad as a deliberate psychoactive • Levantine frankincense identified for the first time

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