The Ebers Papyrus that dates back to 1500 B.C., lists over 800 treatments that make use of more than 500 plants. Cannabis and hemp seeds are listed among them as remedies for gonorrhea and inflammation.
Despite the many strides that have been made to legitimize cannabis use for therapeutic and recreational purposes in many states, it continues to be federally classed as a Schedule I drug. Pros, such as former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle, Eugene Monroe, is a good example of how publicly endorsing cannabis can work out badly.
The sector is now gaining a new boost thanks to the recent passing of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, or 2018 Farm Bill, that rescheduled some cannabis products, including those derived from hemp.
Why Cannabis Stores Are Investing in Facial Recognition Technology? Facial recognition software has helped such businesses weed out potential threats by running checks on databases right from the moment a potential customer arrives at the door.