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Masterclass Wernard Bruining (Mediwiet)

“The Potfather” is a living cannabis legend. He founded the first coffeeshop in Amsterdam (Mellow Yellow, 1973) and the first growshop in Europe (Positronics, 1985). Since the nineties, he shifted his attention to medical cannabis in general and cannabis oil in particular. In the Cannabis University he will present a unique workshop: Four methods to eat, drink or drop THC.
The Potfather’ is een levende legende. Hij richtte de eerste coffeeshop van Amsterdam op (Mellow Yellow, 1973) en de eerste growshop van Europa (Positronics, 1985). Vanaf de jaren negentig verlegde hij zijn aandacht naar medicinale cannabis in het algemeen en wietolie in het bijzonder. In de Cannabis University geeft hij een bijzondere workshop: Vier methoden om THC te eten, drinken of te druppelen.

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Masterclass Wernard Bruining (Mediwiet), Cannabis University 2018

“The Potfather” is a living cannabis legend. He founded the first coffeeshop in Amsterdam (Mellow Yellow, 1973) and the first growshop in Europe (Positronics, 1985). Since the nineties, he shifted his attention to medical cannabis in general and cannabis oil in particular. In the Cannabis University he will present a unique workshop: Four methods to eat, drink or drop THC.
The Potfather’ is een levende legende. Hij richtte de eerste coffeeshop van Amsterdam op (Mellow Yellow, 1973) en de eerste growshop van Europa (Positronics, 1985). Vanaf de jaren negentig verlegde hij zijn aandacht naar medicinale cannabis in het algemeen en wietolie in het bijzonder. In de Cannabis University geeft hij een bijzondere workshop: Vier methoden om THC te eten, drinken of te druppelen.

Cannabis News Network is a news journal which publishes only cannabis related news.

Find out more: http://www.cannabisnewsnetwork.com/

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Pope Francis arrives in Geneva, Switzerland

Pope Francis vowed Thursday to seek deeper “unity” between the Catholic Church and other Christian faiths as he arrived in Geneva, a centre of Protestantism, amid Christianity’s waning influence in Europe. IMAGES

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Pope Francis arrives in Geneva, Switzerland

Pope Francis vowed Thursday to seek deeper “unity” between the Catholic Church and other Christian faiths as he arrived in Geneva, a centre of Protestantism, amid Christianity’s waning influence in Europe. IMAGES

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A growing number of migrants and refugees are turning to Albania

A growing number of migrants from the Middle East are seeking asylum in Albania, a phenomenon unseen so far in the small and poor Balkan country known more for its massive emigration. Hundreds of thousands of migrants arrived in Europe in 2015 and 2016 using the so-called Balkans route. The route was closed in March 2016 but migrants seeking alternative ways still cross the region to reach the EU.

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Family ties make Faroese women top baby makers in Europe

Gunnhild Helmsdal’s mailbox has six names printed on it and will soon add a seventh: having a big family is nothing unusual in the Faroe Islands where women have the most babies in Europe despite also having the highest rate of employment. The economically prosperous and autonomous Danish territory in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean has had the highest birth rate in Europe for decades, with around 2.5 children per woman, according to World Bank figures.

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Migrants disembark from the Aquarius rescue ship in Spain

Migrants disembark from the Aquarius rescue ship in Spain. The 630 migrants whose rescue sparked a major migration row in Europe began disembarking various ships, after a turbulent week that saw Italy turn away the Aquarius ship. The Spanish government has granted the migrants extraordinary entry due to humanitarian reasons for 45 days. NGOs are now demanding the EU elaborate “a search and rescue model for the Mediterranean.”