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TSX:IN OTCQX:IMLFF VANCOUVER, Sept. 19, 2019 /CNW/ – InMed Pharmaceuticals Inc. (“InMed” or the “Company”) (TSX:IN; OTCQX:IMLFF), a biopharmaceutical company developing a proprietary biosynthesis manufacturing technology for the production of pharmaceutical-grade cannabinoids as well as a pipeline of medications targeting diseases with high unmet medical needs, today reported financial results for the three and twelve […]

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Zynerba Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ZYNE) stock retreated on Wednesday after serious adverse events in phase 2 clinical trial of transdermal cannabidiol gel, Zygel. The shares were weak lately as the stock has fallen over 17% in the past month and over 31% in the past three months. Investors remained concerned about the company’s future and raised […]

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Darren McCollester/Newsmakers Scientific evidence is beginning to mount that cannabis may prove beneficial in the fight against cancer. The latest comes from a Harvard University study involving cannabis flavonoids and pancreatic cancer. The news comes on the heels of other research the past several years that involves marijuana and cancer treatment. For example, a Washington […]

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If it’s your brain’s anterior (the front) that’s most sensitive to THC, consuming marijuana will elicit positive effects (euphoria, relaxation, laughter). But if it’s your brain’s posterior (back) area, you’ll feel more negative effects (panic, scattered thoughts, paranoia). … read more at: https://www.chicagotribune.com/marijuana/sns-tft-genes-cause-marijuana-paranoia-20190913-sqh4elyytjdmfmwauykbe35dny-story.html

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The report, “Forecasts Hazy for State Marijuana Revenue,” throws shade on sunny estimates. It stresses that revenues from so-called sin taxes are “notoriously volatile and difficult to predict, even when the taxes — such as those on cigarette, liquor, or gambling — have been around for decades.” … read more at: https://www.inquirer.com/business/tax-revenues-marijuana-new-jersey-colorado-20190826.html

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(WASHINGTON) — Federal health officials issued a national warning Thursday against marijuana use by adolescents and pregnant women, as more states legalize the increasingly potent drug for medicinal and recreational use. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Surgeon General Jerome Adams made the announcement, with Azar calling marijuana “a dangerous drug.” Officials said […]

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Medical marijuana doesn’t cause users to get high, except when it does. Such is the complexity of what is a diverse and divisive substance — outlawed by the federal government but approved in 33 states and the District of Columbia as a multi-purpose medication that’s gaining momentum for legal adult recreational use. Marijuana comes from the […]

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One knows times have changed when California Agriculture, the official magazine for the University of California’s Agriculture and Natural Resources Division features High Times-worthy photos of cannabis flowers on the front cover. In fact, cannabis is the sole focus of the quarterly, peer-reviewed publication. Since 2017, the University of California’s Cannabis Research Center (CRC) has […]

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San Fransisco, CA– “The Father of Cannabis Research” Raphael Mechoulam will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award and a $10,000 research grant from The Arcview Group in their first annual cannabis awards. As explained in a press release from Arcview, Mechoulam is the person responsible for isolating cannabinoids, which led to the discoveries of the […]

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Jasmine Demers Reporter Jasmine joined the Star in 2019. With a master’s degree in journalism, Jasmine served in a variety of leadership roles, including The Daily Wildcat’s editor-in-chief. She was also named Outstanding Newsperson of the Year by the UA School of Journalism. … read more at: https://tucson.com/news/local/ua-cannabis-symposium-to-highlight-medical-marijuana-research/article_a9445cad-9820-5126-a7fc-3501900de167.html

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“Our results are consistent with theories that predict that marijuana legalization will displace illicit criminal organizations and decrease crime.” Two economists affiliated with the Philadelphia Federal Reserve looked at the effects of marijuana legalization on crime by studying the effects of cannabis dispensaries on localized crime rates. The study’s results, published in August in the […]

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“Our results are consistent with theories that predict that marijuana legalization will displace illicit criminal organizations and decrease crime.” Two economists affiliated with the Philadelphia Federal Reserve looked at the effects of marijuana legalization on crime by studying the effects of cannabis dispensaries on localized crime rates. The study’s results, published in August in the […]

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Cannabis Professional’s daily roundup of industry news. View archive here. 1. MediPharm-Cronos vape deal 2. UL launches cannabis facility audit service 3. $3M for medical marijuana research MediPharm Labs will make vape cartridges for Crono’s Group’s COVE brand, Underwriters Laboratories of Canada will audit cannabis facilities using new government-issued standards and the United States government […]

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