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Information & education on cannabis, hemp, CBD oil + associated subjects.
Are you one of those people who had a negative early experience with cannabis which clouded your view of it thereafter? Or perhaps you found that sometimes it was enjoyable but at other times, not so much? You, my friend, may well have come under the influence of consuming the wrong strain…
Ah, cannabis! Loved and feared in equal measure, there are few plants in the world which are so divisive. Whether you’re a cannabis newbie or a cannabis connoisseur, this article will give you a broad overview of the cannabis plant.
When you consume psychoactive cannabis (AKA weed or marijuana), it can stay in your body for quite a while. Depending on the test administered, it can be detected anywhere from hours and days… to weeks and months.
A family distillery in Gippsland Victoria is creating homegrown cannabis spirits with Hemp Gin & Hemp Vodka. Founder Rhys Staley told us the whole story.
Now that it’s legal to GYO (grow your own) in Canberra, Green Planet can legally share information on how to buy cannabis seeds in Australia. Find out about seedbanks, the best seeds to choose for your needs, how to buy securely online and more.
HEMP OIL is exactly the same thing as HEMP SEED OIL. There’s lot of confusion out there, so let’s look at the benefits and clear up some misconceptions.
A family business inspired by tragic events, CDA are approaching medical cannabis with integrity, honesty and transparency. We got the lowdown on how personal circumstances alongside an ethical mindset has led to their unique approach.
Green Planet is proud to announce our Partnership with the inaugural International Summit on Psychedelic Therapies for Mental Illness – which means it’s the perfect time to take a look at this fascinating topic and the fast moving new discipline of neuropsychopharmacology.
THC is the most infamous of all cannabinoids and the reason why many people first experiment with cannabis. Let take a deep dive into the topic to figure out exactly what it is.
Advancements in science since the 1990s have demonstrated what anecdotal evidence had been telling us for millennia – cannabis is good for you. Now we know why.
Cannabis in Australia has a long and vibrant history. Indeed, some scholars believe that Britain first colonised Australia specifically to grow hemp, though it is unknown whether the plant may have previously been grown here, perhaps transported via the landmass now known as Indonesia long before the arrival of the British. Let’s take a close look at our favourite plant here in sunny old Australia.
CBD (Cannabidiol) is being sold as a “cure all” for practically every ailment you can imagine. So what exactly is this supposed panacea, and how does it work?
Hempcrete is the ideal sustainable masonry for eco homes in Australia. Building companies are increasingly discovering its value – let’s take a closer look!
Hemp is cannabis without the fun stuff. Okay, that’s a bit of a silly comment, but if the difference between hemp, cannabis and marijuana confuses you… read on.
From Hemp Clothing to Hemp Seeds to Hemp Oil, Margaret River Hemp Co is one of Australia’s most important cannabis industry players. Who are they, though? Meet the hardest working husband & wife team in Aussie hemp.
If you’re a doctor, a patient, or just somebody curious about medical marijuana and medicinal cannabis, you’ve come to the right place.
Pot: a word filled with connotations and clouded in mystery. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for decades, you’ll know that we’re talking about cannabis, but where did the term ‘pot’ actually comes from?
Weed: one of the most commonly misunderstood drugs in the world. What does weed smell like? How many grams are in an ounce? Here’s a simple beginners guide.
When we set out to buy the best CBD Oil in Australia, we found a lot of people selling fake “hemp oil” and “cannabis oil”. But then, in the course of our research, something very interesting happened…
For the vast majority of people, their initial exposure to the plant known as Cannabis sativa was in the context of it being “drugs”. We’re talking about the concept of drugs as experienced by a child or teenager, even some sheltered adults, in which “drugs” are a sort of bogeyman figure representing anti-social behaviour, crime, delinquency, poor health and general scariness. So, is cannabis a drug?