Jeronimo Gonzalez
Born in Colombia, Jeronimo Gonzalez moved to Barcelona about 15 years ago. He is a passionate gardener with 18 years of experience in cannabis horticulture. He works as a photographer and occasional writer for Spain's biggest cannabis magazine, Cañamo, and as a consultant for cannabis entities.
Most Popular Articles

Trouble in Bogota: How the Risks of Homemade Cannabis Remedies Are Being Felt in Colombia

Those who need healing could become victims of fake products, similar to the peddling of unregulated CBD products that goes on every day in the United States.

Barcelona’s First Female Mayor Grants Amnesty to Cannabis Clubs, but Will It Stick?

The mayor this week allowed more than 100 clubs that were slated for permanent closure to remain open and continue cultivating and distributing cannabis.

Colombia Close to Legalizing Medical Cannabis

The bill still needs the signature of President Juan Manuel Santos to become the law of the land.

Women in Cannabis: Paola Pineda Is Bogota’s Top Cannabis Doc

Hailed by the press as "the cannabis doctor," this 37-year-old surgeon is helping legitimize medical cannabis in Colombia.

Longest Strike in Colombia’s History Dries Up Bogotá’s Cannabis Supply

Multiple social and political factors have converged in Colombia, leading to cannabis shortages and skyrocketing prices.

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Longest Strike in Colombia’s History Dries Up Bogotá’s Cannabis Supply

Multiple social and political factors have converged in Colombia, leading to cannabis shortages and skyrocketing prices.

Women in Cannabis: Paola Pineda Is Bogota’s Top Cannabis Doc

Hailed by the press as "the cannabis doctor," this 37-year-old surgeon is helping legitimize medical cannabis in Colombia.

Colombia Close to Legalizing Medical Cannabis

The bill still needs the signature of President Juan Manuel Santos to become the law of the land.

Barcelona’s First Female Mayor Grants Amnesty to Cannabis Clubs, but Will It Stick?

The mayor this week allowed more than 100 clubs that were slated for permanent closure to remain open and continue cultivating and distributing cannabis.

Trouble in Bogota: How the Risks of Homemade Cannabis Remedies Are Being Felt in Colombia

Those who need healing could become victims of fake products, similar to the peddling of unregulated CBD products that goes on every day in the United States.