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France Opens First Coffee Shops Selling CBD Products

By | June 11th, 2018|Europe, France, hemp, News|

Among European Union nations, France has some of the toughest laws against cannabis. Yet the country of nearly 67 million people has one of the highest rates of cannabis consumption in Europe. Recognizing the demand, some French companies have figured out a way to satisfy customers’ desire for cannabis, in a way that doesn’t break [...]

Anthony Bourdain, Travel Host and Cannabis Advocate, Dead at 61

By | June 8th, 2018|Celebrities, chef, featured, France, News|

Travel host, chef, and cannabis advocate Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. CNN confirmed Bourdain’s death Friday and has reported the cause as suicide. He had been in France to produce an installment of his CNN series Parts Unknown according to the news network. Chef Eric Ripert, a close friend of Bourdain, found him [...]

The 7 Countries With The Strictest Weed Laws

By | February 24th, 2018|featured, France, Guides, Indonesia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, World|

The post The 7 Countries With The Strictest Weed Laws appeared first on High Times. If you thought our weed laws were strict, think again. Though North America is far from perfect when it comes to marijuana policy, by comparison, much of the world is medieval when it comes to drug enforcement. We’ve listed the [...]

Is France Relaxing Laws Against Marijuana Use?

By | January 25th, 2018|France, News|

The post Is France Relaxing Laws Against Marijuana Use? appeared first on High Times. France has an interesting relationship with cannabis. On the one hand, it has some of the highest rates of use among all European nations. But on the other hand, it has some of the EU’s harshest anti-cannabis laws. This tension begs [...]

Teacher Unknowingly Dosed By A Student’s Space Cake Prank

By | November 29th, 2017|Edibles, France, News, Off the Wall, prank, School, student, World|

The post Teacher Unknowingly Dosed By A Student’s Space Cake Prank appeared first on High Times. We just heard about a teacher unknowingly dosed by a student’s space cake prank. The results of this little joke were predictable, to say the least. What happened to the days of pranking teachers by getting everyone in the [...]

France’s President Blasted Over Marijuana Joke

By | October 31st, 2017|France, international, News, Politics, World|

The post France’s President Blasted Over Marijuana Joke appeared first on High Times. France’s president blasted over marijuana joke at the hands of his political nemesis. Cannabis isn’t only a hot-button issue in the United States. It’s a controversial topic overseas, too. And some politicians are milking it for all it’s worth. France’s President Emmanuel [...]

High History: How LSD Ended Up in A French Town’s Food Supply

By | October 24th, 2017|acid, Culture, France, high history, LSD, Off the Wall, People, psychedelics|

The post High History: How LSD Ended Up in A French Town’s Food Supply appeared first on High Times. Have you heard about that time LSD ended up in a French town’s food supply? As you can imagine, this type of tomfoolery ended in pandemonium, hysteria and a lot of upset people. Here’s what went [...]

France to Drop Prison Terms for Pot Use

By | May 29th, 2017|France, HomepageHero, international, Laws, marijuana use, News, Police, Politics, pot posession, pot prisoners|

France will introduce a law by year’s end to end prison terms for cannabis use, a spokesman for the new President Emmanuel Macron said last Friday. Macron made his pledge to reform laws on cannabis use a key campaign plank during the hard-fought race. Under current law, offenders can face a year in prison plus a fine [...]

Sunday’s Vote in France: A Lot at Stake Including the Future of Cannabis

By | May 5th, 2017|election, France, international, News, Politics|

Poor France… the country was already in a state of political exhaustion after a chaotic race between five presidential contenders. On Sunday, they will go to the polls again to choose between the two candidates left standing—a far right-winger and a centrist liberal. France’s noble motto, “Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité,” actually hangs in the balance for [...]