The cannabis industry has been revolutionized by the advent of blockchain technology. The recent legalization in Canada is a testament to how far this sector has come, with many expecting it will only grow from here on out.

Weekly Cannabis Roundup October 29

Mike Tyson is demonstrating his passion for the green by creating his own cannabis firm, according to a Johns Hopkins research. Cannabis flower is now available in New York medical dispensaries, and Mike Tyson is demonstrating his love for the green by starting his own cannabis company.

Let’s take a look at this week’s cannabis news.

According to Yahoo Finance, a research published in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Psychiatry in September reveals that medical cannabis usage is linked to lower self-reported sadness and anxiety in adults. The survey was issued to 538 persons who reported having anxiety or depressive problems, according to Johns Hopkins University’s observational research. Users reported improved sleep and reduced discomfort as a result of the study’s results, which bode well for the future of medicinal cannabis. To make definite evaluations, however, additional study on cannabis and mental problems is required.

In New York, a medicinal flower is now available for purchase.

Medical cannabis users in New York may now buy flower at medical dispensaries, after the New York Cannabis Control Board’s decision on Oct. 5 to legalize the sale of medical marijuana flower in the state. Patients had to depend on edibles and extracts for cannabis treatment in the past. Many have hailed the decision as a watershed moment in the state’s cannabis sector, one that will help the state’s 150,000 citizens who currently have medicinal marijuana licenses.

Mike Tyson Opens His Own Cannabis Business

Mike Tyson, the boxing star, is expanding his cannabis business with the establishment of Tyson 2.0, a firm that will sell Tyson-approved cannabis products throughout the country. Tyson 2.0 will be led by Tyson 2.0’s chief brand officer, who is well-known for his cannabis admiration. Mike Tyson, a former professional boxer, has previously dabbled in the cannabis market, opening the 420-acre Tyson Ranch in California in 2018 and hosting the podcast Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson, in which he interviews celebrities while smoking marijuana. 


Brittany Johnson works at Veriheal as a Technical Writer and Editor. She likes to create thought-provoking material that breaks down stigmas, armed with a passion for holistic health and plenty of coffee.

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