ICYMI, a mysterious pink light above Mildura, enthused its inhabitants last week with theories ranging from discontinuities in the space-time continuum to solar flares and aliens. But it was actually light from local medical cannabis facility Cann Group (ASX: CAN), which was producing marijuana that looked a bit like Aurora Borealis.
As you may know, cannabis grows in longer days,” CEO Peter Kroc told ABC’s Mildura Swan Hill Breakfast. 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.” “Usually the blackout blinds close as soon as the sun sets, but last night the lights were on and the blinds weren’t closed yet so the light had time to come in.” Crock said the facility’s brilliance is unique.
Thailand Breaks Out The CBD Bubble Tea
Last year, Thailand allowed cannabis extracts and leaves to be used in cosmetics, food, and beverages, and last month decriminalized personal consumption and the cultivation of the whole plant.
And companies are heating up in desserts, bubble tea, and skincare. Bangkok dessert shop Kanomsiam adds dried cannabis leaves to traditional panda-flavored pancakes for 170 baht (or $6.65).