September 7, 2017

The kids, as they say, are quite alright in Washington state. Any preceding worry that legalizing recreational cannabis would drive increased usage appear misguided, according to a new study from the Washington state legislature’s think tank. As the Seattle Times first reported, youth marijuana use and cannabis-abuse treatment admission have not risen in the state […]

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MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday signed an executive order establishing a Marijuana Advisory Commission that will study the best way to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state. The 13-member commission will be led by former Republican lawmaker and attorney Tom Little and former Vermont Democratic Party chairman […]

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This article is sponsored by Tilray, one of the largest and most sophisticated producers of medical cannabis in the world. Tilray is dedicated to providing safe, consistent, and reliable products to patients and furthering clinical and observational research examining the therapeutic potential of cannabis. It seems like every day brings a new study about the ways […]

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Study funded by PharmaCielo compares impact of cultivation in Colombia, Washington and Colorado TORONTO and RIONEGRO, Colombia, Sept. 6, 2017 /CNW/ – Global Footprint Network, an international nonprofit organization that is changing how the world manages its natural resources and responds to climate change, recently completed a study of the environmental impact of the regulated […]

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Hocking College President Betty Young, right, and pharmacologist Dr. Jonathan Cachat announced Tuesday that the college will apply to become a marijuana research facility and testing lab for medical marijuana. Photo by Dennis E. Powell.   … read more at: https://www.athensnews.com/news/local/hocking-college-to-put-in-bid-to-become-ohio-pot/article_ab595440-931c-11e7-9815-cb6996134ead.html

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A cancer patient diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour has credited cannabis oil for her incredible recovery. In December 2013 doctors told Lynn Cameron she had just “six to 18 months” to live. After several session of chemotherapy and radiotherapy the 48-year-old opted to try cannabis oil in a desperate bid to save her life. […]

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