April 2018

Visit the Aurora Cannabis Investor Dashboard and stay up to date with data-driven, fact based due diligence for active traders and investors. EDMONTON, April 30, 2018 /CNW/ – Aurora Cannabis Inc. (“Aurora” or the “Company”) (TSX: ACB) (OTCQB: ACBFF) (Frankfurt: 21P; WKN: A1C4WM) today announced that the Company and Mitacs, a national, not-for-profit research and training organization, […]

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Current treatments for insomnia include cognitive behavioural therapy, which is “very effective” but time consuming and expensive, and the psychiatric drugs benzodiazepine, which are addictive and come with numerous side effects, Professor Eastwood said. … read more at: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/cannabis-oil-trialled-treatment-insomnia

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JACKSONVILLE, TX (KLTV) – After Texas legislature passed a bill saying cannabis dye oil would be legal for patients with intractable epilepsy, only a few doctors would be eligible to prescribe the medicine. Now the only certified doctor in East Texas has prescribe CBD oil to one of her patients. “Within an hour after we […]

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PERTH researchers are leading a world-first study into the effect of medicinal cannabis on insomnia. About one in three Australians has regular difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep, and researchers believe the sedation effect brought on by medicinal cannabis could be an alternative treatment to prescription medication. UWA study lead Professor Peter Eastwood said […]

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PERTH researchers are leading a world-first study into the effect of medicinal cannabis on insomnia. About one in three Australians has regular difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep, and researchers believe the sedation effect brought on by medicinal cannabis could be an alternative treatment to prescription medication. UWA study lead Professor Peter Eastwood said […]

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PERTH researchers are leading a world-first study into the effect of medicinal cannabis on insomnia. About one in three Australians has regular difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep, and researchers believe the sedation effect brought on by medicinal cannabis could be an alternative treatment to prescription medication. UWA study lead Professor Peter Eastwood said […]

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