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How to Make Weed-Infused Lollies at Home




cannabis lollipops and how to make them

The widespread acceptance of cannabis in our modern-day society has opened the floodgates of innovation in the cannabis industry. There are now several mindblowing ways in which consumers can enjoy the divine benefits cannabis offers and one of these includes the refreshing weed-infused ice lollies.

Weed-infused ice lollies are basically an iced smoothie or juice with a mild blend of cannabis. Unlike most other cannabis-infused products that can be pretty rigid, iced lollies come in several flavors and combinations,  and just like the fruity components you can add as many cannabinoids as you like for that euphoric or medical effect. The best part of this isn’t even all the numerous benefits that consumers stand to enjoy, it’s the fact that virtually anyone can easily afford to make one at the comfort of their home and enjoy all the wonders. The recipes necessary are very easy to make and by following a few easy steps you’ll be enjoying this perfect blend to get you medicated or high in no time.

In this article, I’ll briefly run through the basics of making two of the most common weed-infused iced lollies, the fruity iced lolly, and the creamy fruity iced lolly. But before I get into that let’s go through a list of the basic equipment needed to make your fresh and tasty weed-infused ice lollies. To efficiently make your ice lollies you need the following

Measuring cup


Popsicle molds



Chopping board

The fruity ice lolly

If you’re one of those who relish the consumption of an all-fruit ice lolly without creamy ices then this gem right here is for you. It tastes wonderful and can be flavored as you see fit.


A cup of any liquid of your choice, it can be

coconut water

Ordinary distilled water

Fruit juice

Sweetened water, etc. This ingredient is very important because your lolly mixture needs to be pourable into the molds.

Two cups of any fruit combo of your choice. Lemons, grapes, apples, berries, you name it. You can’t grow wrong where this is concerned, you can mix it up however you like.

Vanilla extract (1 teaspoon). This is also a key ingredient to add, it brings more than that peculiar flavor to the table; it also gives your ice lollies a unique mouthfeel that’s irreplaceable.

1 tablespoon of a sweetener. Honey, glucose, sugar, etc. 

A cannabinoid-infused edible tincture. The importance of this cannot be overemphasized, it gives your ice lolly the cannabis effects you desire. And unlike other ingredients employed in making the ice lollies, this requires precision. It is imperative that you know the nature and the potency of the tincture you’re applying. If you’re aiming for psychoactive or euphoric effects THC based tinctures will be more suited for your needs while if you want medical-related effects you’d be better served by tinctures with higher CBD levels. It should be noted that the cannabinoid should be accurately dosed and as always it’s highly advisable to start with smaller doses as ingested cannabinoid is a lot stronger than other forms.


Follow the steps below to make the most refreshing fresh and fruity weed-infused ice lolly ever.

Wash the chosen fruits to get rid of any debris and unwanted particles that can contaminate your ice lolly.

Carefully cut and trim the fruits to get rid of the outer portions. The juicy, luscious inner portions are what you need.

Chop the required portions into smaller bits that can be easily blended.

Add your sweetener, liquid substance, vanilla extract, and place them all into your blender and blend them all together.

After blending, add the appropriate amount of cannabinoid to the mix and pour out the contents into your rinsed out popsicle molds. Afterwhich you place them in the freezer.

The creamy fruit ice lolly

If you prefer a more creamy, silky blend of ice lolly infused with your favorite cannabinoid, then this marvel is the right choice for you.


Two cups of any fruit combo of your choice that blend seamlessly with creamy flavors. You can go for bananas, berries, mangoes, etc. (It should be noted that studies show that mangoes shorten the time of onset of euphoria, a huge positive for stoners). Fruits with high acidity like some fruits of the citrus family and apples shouldn’t be added. They tend to curdle the Prep.

1 tablespoon of a sweetener. Honey, glucose, sugar, etc. It should be noted that if you prefer it natural you can go without adding a sweetener, whatever works for you.

Vanilla extract (1 teaspoon). This is also a key ingredient to add, it doesn’t just amplify the sweet creamy flavors of the mix; it also gives your ice lollies a unique mouthfeel that’s irreplaceable.

A cup of a creamy substance. You can go with any creamy substance of your choice, dairy, seed milk, nut milk, coconut cream, yogurt, etc. They’re basically added for the creamy texture they provide.

A cannabinoid-infused edible tincture. And as mentioned above the importance of getting this right can’t be stressed enough. You have to be accurate with your doses, not adding too much or too small to the mix. Start with smaller doses before working your way up.


Wash the chosen fruits to get rid of any debris and unwanted particles that can contaminate your ice lolly.

Carefully cut and trim the fruits to get rid of the outer portions. The juicy, luscious inner portions are what you need.

Chop the required portions into smaller bits that can be easily blended.

Add your sweetener, vanilla extract, creamy substance, and place them all into your blender and blend them all together.

After blending, add the appropriate amount of cannabinoid to the mix and pour out the contents into your rinsed out popsicle molds. Afterwhich you place them in the freezer.

The cannabinoid-infused ice lollies are a refreshing and innovative way to stay cool and refreshed especially now that summer’s here while enjoying the benefits of cannabis. This treat works wonders for the body and the mind on a heated day delivering an abundance of soothing relief with overwhelming cannabinoid bliss.









Cannabis and the 2020 Election




Next month, five states will be voting on seven ballot measures to legalize cannabis. A variety of proposals, including constitutional amendments, statutory initiatives, and alternative measures, could establish new medical cannabis markets in two states and expand legalization to include adult use legalization in four states. Three of these proposals would enshrine cannabis possession and consumption within state constitutions.

This article will explore the proposals themselves as well as the short-term implications of legalization on existing license holders and the industry.

2020 cannabis ballot measures policy focus

State-by-State Review


Arizona voters have another opportunity to legalize cannabis next month, after narrowly defeating adult use legislation four years ago. In recent years, the Copper State’s medical cannabis market has seen significant MSO expansion, and new mandatory testing requirements launch at the beginning of November.

There are roughly 150 medical cannabis licenses in the state currently — all of which would receive priority status in the application process for adult use licensing. Additionally, diversity applicants and applicants in areas currently lacking cannabis retail access would be fast-tracked applicants.

Prop. 207 does include local control and opt-out provisions, and a new 16% tax would direct revenue to a variety of funds, while retail operators would be able to launch delivery services as soon as 2023.


Mississippi could become the 34th state to legalize cannabis for medical use, but two competing measures are creating complications on the ballot. A citizen-driven campaign led to the placement of Initiative 65, while the legislature responded with Alternative Initiative 65A.

Initiative 65 establishes a medical cannabis program similar to the program structure of many other states; with clearly defined qualifying conditions, possession limits, taxes, registration fees, and a regulator — the state health department. The alternative includes no definitions and only allows smokable cannabis products for terminally ill patients, leaving a highly restrictive market requiring enabling legislation.

Previous bills have been proposed, but never brought to a vote — leaving some skeptical that anything at all may come of Initiative 65A.


Montana’s existing medical cannabis program relies on a system of caregivers who cultivate cannabis and make manufactured products, including edibles and concentrates. Additionally, there is a limited number of licensed dispensaries throughout the state. Legalization would be a major evolution for Montana, which has seen multiple ballot initiatives and legislative interventions in recent years.

Two measures have been placed: one constitutional amendment to set the age of 21 as the minimum buying age and a measure to establish a commercial adult use market. While no early sales provisions are included, Montana companies would be the only businesses able to start sales for the first year after legalization.

New Jersey

New Jersey voters may make history, legalizing the adult use of cannabis and triggering a race among Mid-Atlantic states to implement sales first. While all of New Jersey’s neighbors have existing medical cannabis programs, none have taken steps to expand further. In recent years, numerous regional state legislatures have attempted to legalize, and Public Question 1 may tip the scales for an entire region with over 50 million residents.

The text of the amendment is brief, but it establishes a definition for ‘cannabis’ while permitting possession, use, and industry operations for adults ages 21 and up. The existing Cannabis Regulatory Commission would be tasked with regulating the industry, but the state legislature must first come to an agreement and pass enabling legislation.

Currently, New Jersey’s medical market includes roughly fifteen licenses, including cultivation and manufacturing, as well as a limited number of dispensaries. The next phase for cannabis in NJ is uncharted territory for now: it is unclear if existing licenses will be given the first opportunity to serve the general public.

Given licensing delays and a slow rollout in Illinois, lawsuits and delays could be in New Jersey’s future — with some analysts suggesting a four-year timeline from amendment passage to full implementation. This may be good news for MSOs, including Columbia Care, Verano, and Acreage Holdings, among others.

South Dakota

South Dakota has long been unfriendly to cannabis in all forms and has some of the nation’s strictest marijuana possession penalties. While other non-medical states have at least given a nod to low-THC medical hemp programs, the Mount Rushmore state hadn’t established any kind of hemp or cannabis program at all until the legislature passed industrial hemp legalization this past spring.

Now, the state could make history as the first to legalize cannabis for medical and adult use purposes at the same time. Two proposals are on the ballot: an initiated measure to launch a medical cannabis program, and a constitutional amendment to fully legalize cannabis, with provisions including adult use, a medical program, and expanded hemp legalization.

Medical use is enshrined in both proposals, while the constitutional amendment would prevent the legislature from any type of statutory tampering to limit a retail market. The constitutional amendment would establish a commercial market for both adult use and medical purposes. Medical use would include home cultivation. As there is no cannabis market in the state at this time, no businesses would be able to take advantage of “early sales” provisions, as seen in other states.


Previously, medical cannabis programs and commercial licensing schemes predated adult use legalization, and the majority of these proposals came into existence by way of the ballot. In most of the earliest states to fully legalize, this was the case: Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Oregon, California, Massachusetts, and Nevada all had some form of voter-approved medical cannabis legislation first.

Implementation of adult-use legalization has, however, varied across the states. In these proposals, Arizona, Montana, and New Jersey have existing medical cannabis infrastructures, but the implementation of adult use will likely lead to program changes.

Some legalization measures have allowed for existing medical dispensaries to launch sales to adults during a period of late-stage rulemaking. These businesses have operated under modified compliance rules, with track-and-trace requirements and varying tax rates until legalization rules are completed.

After Oregon voters approved legalization in 2014, the state’s medical market rapidly expanded with early sales on the horizon. At one point, there were more medical dispensaries in the state than Starbucks or McDonald’s locations. That number later dropped as businesses converted their licenses over.

For some of the states with legalization on the ballot this year, the transition out of medical will pose challenges: product shortages, long customer lines, new tax rates, uncertainty over product offerings, and testing requirements on top of an already difficult pandemic business environment.

Overall, legalization measures promise to bring a significant impact to consumers and patients in Arizona, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota. It’s hard to quantify the short-term improvements to consumers and industry operators, as passage of these initiatives will set off a flurry of legislative and regulatory discussion over the holidays and into the spring. Existing licensees and hopeful applicants should keep an eye for new opportunities: public comment periods, application deadlines, and new sales opportunities on the horizon.


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Cuomo advisor predicts New York will legalize pot in April




New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s advisor on marijuana policy said this week the Empire State could legalize weed in April of next year with a bill that would serve as a model for other states looking to allow recreational pot in the United States.

Axel Bernabe, assistant counselor to Governor Cuomo, was a guest on the Under The Canopy series, recently launched by Canopy Growth, where he discussed cannabis legalization efforts in New York. According to Bernabe, a bill to legalize marijuana will be introduced through the state budget in January again, while he expects legalization to take effect by April. 

As New Jersey appears ready to legalize marijuana this November, Bernabe said the Cuomo administration has been watching its neighbor “closely.”

“We’re watching New Jersey closely. We’ve always been confident that we’d get to this before New Jersey, so if they pass the referendum they still have to have an agreement between the governor and the Senate over there,” he said.

“If New Jersey can beat us to it, they’ll get a gold star but I still think we’re gonna set the model for this,” Bernabe added, referring to the bill’s social equity provisions, among other things. 

During the interview, Bernabe also said that New York has been monitoring how legalization has been unfolding in Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts, but has also consulted with states on the West Coast, where the legal pot industry is larger and more developed. 

Regarding hemp, Cuomo’s advisor said the state will release its guidelines and regulations for CBD consumer products early next year as well.

“Those products are already out there, so there’s no sense in pretending they’re not,” Bernabe explained. 

For this reason, the governor and his team have been working on guidelines, which will include maximum dose per serving labeling and warnings about potential THC content in various hemp-derived products. New York has copied a lot of Florida’s hemp regulations while crafting its own policies, Bernabe stated, before telling Canopy Growth’s David Culver that the administration is currently putting the finishing touches to the guidelines. 

Although Governor Cuomo promised his state would legalize weed soon, marijuana legalization was left out of the New York state budget for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, which hit the state particularly badly earlier this year.

Cuomo previously proposed working in conjunction with the neighboring states of New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania on coordinating a recreational marijuana system for the region. 


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PURA Concludes Farmersville Meetings – Deal Imminent




Dallas, TX – October 20, 2020 – OTC PR WIRE — Puration, Inc. (OTC PINK: PURA) today announced that CEO Brian Shibley concluded a key meeting yesterday essential to finalizing the acquisition of 72-acre property in Farmersville, Texas central to the company’s recently announced Farmersville Brands strategy.  “The acquisition is imminent. Look for an announcement very soon,” said Mr. Shibley.

PURA has scheduled the release of a comprehensive update this Friday, October 23, 2020, to provide the latest information on progress with the Farmersville Brand strategy. The Friday update this Friday will include the latest on the company’s planned dividend of PAO Group, Inc. (OTC PINK: PAOG) stock in conjunction with PURA’s sale of its cannabis cultivation business to PAOG.

For more information on Puration, visit

Disclaimer/Safe Harbor:

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Securities Litigation Reform Act. The statements reflect the Company’s current views with respect to future events that involve risks and uncertainties. Among others, these risks include the expectation that any of the companies mentioned herein will achieve significant sales, the failure to meet schedule or performance requirements of the companies’ contracts, the companies’ liquidity position, the companies’ ability to obtain new contracts, the emergence of competitors with greater financial resources and the impact of competitive pricing. In the light of these uncertainties, the forward-looking events referred to in this release might not occur. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Puration, Inc.
Brian Shibley,
(800) 861-1350


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