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A Taranaki honey company has developed New Zealand’s first mānuka honey and cannabidiol blend.

Lepperton-based Naki Honey is hoping to break into the budding international market for cannabidiol (CBD) edibles with its single-serve, snap pack CBD honey.

Cannabidiol is a substance found in cannabis that has potential therapeutic value but doesn’t produce a “high”.

 

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A single-serve pack will cost about the same as a takeaway coffee but you'll have to travel...

 

 

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A Taranaki honey company has developed New Zealand’s first mānuka honey and cannabidiol blend. Lepperton-based Naki Honey is hoping to break into the budding international market for cannabidiol

Or, just be like Bill Clinton and don't even inhale in the first place..

If the referendum says so, the Govt  will eventually introduce a Bill, subject to the usual public consultation and Select Committee.   Once that has Royal Assent, that will create another c

CBD is still illegal in NZ unless you get it via a Dr, and based on what I saw on TV last night it's looking like the majority will vote against legalising cannabis.

 

One of my site owners already does a home made honey CBD blend, just, it's got THC as well, but he calls it honey CBD. Also makes a hand cream that gradually soaks through and is a sleep aid and a bunch of other things, which is made from leaf, to keep the THC down.

 

There's a bunch of products out there but looking like it's going to stay illegal.

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If the referendum says so, the Govt  will eventually introduce a Bill, subject to the usual public consultation and Select Committee.

 

Once that has Royal Assent, that will create another committee, a Regulatory Authority who, bit by bit, will work out what can and cannot be done. Edibles are way, way down the track.

 

This all takes years; don't hold your breath.

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53 minutes ago, Dave Black said:

If the referendum says so, the Govt  will eventually introduce a Bill, subject to the usual public consultation and Select Committee.

 

Once that has Royal Assent, that will create another committee, a Regulatory Authority who, bit by bit, will work out what can and cannot be done. Edibles are way, way down the track.

 

This all takes years; don't hold your breath.

Or, just be like Bill Clinton and don't even inhale in the first place..

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On 11/10/2020 at 5:23 AM, Alastair said:

CBD is still illegal in NZ unless you get it via a Dr, and based on what I saw on TV last night it's looking like the majority will vote against legalising cannabis.

 

One of my site owners already does a home made honey CBD blend, just, it's got THC as well, but he calls it honey CBD. Also makes a hand cream that gradually soaks through and is a sleep aid and a bunch of other things, which is made from leaf, to keep the THC down.

 

There's a bunch of products out there but looking like it's going to stay illegal.

 

The medical professional on the news last night has perhaps changed that view - it is obvious that a few at the top of their professional group made public statements which were not in support of the law change, while many of their members weren't canvassed, and were not happy with the views expressed on their behalf, a concern also shared by Helen Clark who had indicated that she was in favour of the change.

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