September, 2022

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Do Edibles Work for Pain Management?

Cannabis Cheri

A viewer asks “do edibles work for pain management?” When you ask such a question, the quick answer is: it depends. You didn't give me quite enough information. What kind of pain? How severe? What is your cannabis tolerance like? A lot of factors have to be taken into account.

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Vermont: Adult-Use Marijuana Sales to Begin Later This Week

NORML

“A robust, above-ground retail marijuana market is necessary in order to disrupt the unregulated marketplace and to assure that consumers have adequate access to lab-tested, high quality products at competitive prices.”.

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CBD & the Endocannabinoid System

Project CBD

Scientists study the role of the endocannabinoid system in human health and disease

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Legal medical cannabis could reach Mississippi by end of October

Leafly

With nearly 120 dispensaries licensed for business, patients will soon be able to treat roughly 20 medical conditions with cannabis products. The post Legal medical cannabis could reach Mississippi by end of October appeared first on Leafly.

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Where the Money Grows: Learning the Industry Trends in Medical Cannabis, Recreational Marijuana, Hemp, and Beyond

Speaker: Jonathan Bench, International Cannabis and Securities Business Attorney at Harris Bricken

The U.S. cannabis industry is still in its infancy, even though states began engaging with legalization in one form or another in the late 1990s. Today, many opportunities exist for individuals and businesses that want to engage in the industry. Join international cannabis and securities business attorney Jonathan Bench as he provides some pitfalls and best practices for companies & individuals looking to engage with the U.S. cannabis marketplace.

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New Study Breaks the Lazy Stoner Stigma

Veriheal

Stoner stigma and stereotypes are not just discriminatory—they are also outdated and are now being rendered invalid. Cannabis consumers, whatever their reason for consumption, are subject to being stereotyped as “lazy stoners.”

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Do Edibles Work for Pain Management?

Cannabis Cheri

A viewer asks “do edibles work for pain management?” When you ask such a question, the quick answer is: it depends. You didn't give me quite enough information. What kind of pain? How severe? What is your cannabis tolerance like? A lot of factors have to be taken into account.

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Analysis: Local Bans on Cannabis Retailers Drive Illicit Markets

NORML

The report estimates, “States with roughly 20 to 40 legal regulated stores per 100,000 residents, in general, have captured 80 percent to 90 percent of all cannabis sales in the legal market.”. The post Analysis: Local Bans on Cannabis Retailers Drive Illicit Markets appeared first on NORML.

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Dolphin Study Identifies Hitherto Unknown Endocannabinoid

Project CBD

Newly discovered endogenous fatty acid compound promotes healthy metabolism and mental wellbeing by binding to cannabinoid receptors

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‘Cloudy with a chance of Munchies’ study ties legal cannabis to lower obesity rates

Leafly

New research challenges the idea that cannabis triggers unhealthy habits and outcomes. The post ‘Cloudy with a chance of Munchies’ study ties legal cannabis to lower obesity rates appeared first on Leafly. Health cannabis research munchies science Washington

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Water curing cannabis: How and why to do it

The Cannigma

After harvest, cannabis needs to be dried and cured before it is ready to consume. Drying typically occurs first, followed by bucking (to remove flower from the stem) and trimming (to remove the remaining leaves). The last step in the post-harvest process is curing.

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Cannabis Hospitalization of Children

Cannabis Life Network

Have cannabis-related hospitalizations increased in Canada since legalization? Does this mean government should reduce the country’s THC limits? Maybe ban edibles altogether?

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New Study Shows Medical Cannabis Syqe Inhaler Significantly Reduced Pain in Neuropathy Patients

Veriheal

Medical cannabis can be consumed in a variety of ways to reduce pain. Recent research has found that aerosolized cannabis can provide long-term pain reduction, specifically in patients with neuropathy and other chronic conditions.

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Recent Polls Show Support for 2022 Legalization Initiatives

NORML

"Voters' support for repealing cannabis criminalization crosses party lines," NORML's Deputy Director Paul Armentano said. That is why, historically, these ballot initiative efforts have been equally successful at the ballot box in both 'red' states and in 'blue' states.

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In Defense of Dopamine: An Endocannabinoid Story

Project CBD

Get to Know a Neurotransmitter: Dopamine is the mother of learning – and the thrill of learning

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We spoke to the author of that new study on prenatal cannabis exposure

Leafly

A new JAMA study found potential negative outcomes for babies of pregnant cannabis users. We spoke to the lead author about his findings. The post We spoke to the author of that new study on prenatal cannabis exposure appeared first on Leafly.

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Jamaica Media Report – “More changes coming for laws on marijuana use”

Cannabis Law Report

The Jamaica Gleaner reports. Culture and Entertainment Minister Olivia Grange says the Dangerous Drugs Act will undergo further amendments that will see the widening of legislative authority and the recognition and preservation of marijuana use in Jamaican culture.

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Supreme Court of Canada to Rule on Quebec Cannabis Ban

Cannabis Life Network

The Supreme Court of Canada will rule on whether Quebec‘s ban on growing cannabis for personal use is constitutional. Janick Murray-Hall v. Attorney General of Quebec will be heard on Thursday, September 15.

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The CLIMB Act: Is Federal Cannabis Business Reform Coming?

Veriheal

In May 2022, a bipartisan pair, Rep. Troy Carter (D-La.) and Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.) introduced a never-before-seen bill—the Capital Lending and Investment for Marijuana Businesses Act (“the CLIMB Act”). The proposed legislation, H.R.

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Pennsylvania: Governor Launches Effort to Issue Mass Pardons to Those with Low-Level Marijuana Convictions

NORML

“I have repeatedly called on our Republican-led General Assembly to support the legalization of adult-use marijuana, but they’ve yet to meet this call for action from myself and Pennsylvanians.

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In Praise of Dopamine: An Endocannabinoid Story

Project CBD

Get to Know a Neurotransmitter: Dopamine is the mother of learning – and the thrill of learning

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Edibles dosage chart: How strong is your cannabis-infused edible?

Leafly

The same dose of a cannabis edible can have different effects from person to person. Avoid an unpleasant experience with our cannabis edible dosage chart and guide. The post Edibles dosage chart: How strong is your cannabis-infused edible? appeared first on Leafly. Cannabis 101 dosing edibles

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What is hydroponic cannabis? Pros and cons

The Cannigma

First, let’s clear up that slang you heard at a party when someone was referencing their weed with terms like the “Sweet Dro’”, or “Hydro weed” and tackle the question: “What does hydroponic mean?”.

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10 Writers Who Love Cannabis

Cannabis Life Network

Is cannabis the cure for writer’s block? It’s possible. Cannabis is well known as a creative-inducing substance. Despite the positive and negative stereotypes, this one won’t die. And why should it? Stimulating your creative thoughts is one of the main appeals of cannabis.

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Americans Will Cultivate Over 4 Billion Grams Of Homegrown Cannabis in 2022

Veriheal

The legal cannabis industry in the United States has slowly expanded over the last decade. Despite the federal illegality of cannabis, lawmakers and state representatives have implemented successful medical and recreational cannabis programs across the nation.

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California: Governor Signs Legislation Providing Employment Protections for Cannabis Consumers

NORML

“Urine tests are a highly offensive invasion of workers’ personal bodily privacy,” said Dale Gieringer, the Director of California NORML -- which had lobbied for several years in favor of the bill. They are too frequently abused to discriminate against unpopular workers and minorities.

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North Carolina Rejects Hemp Defense and Upholds Conviction of Man Caught Mailing Cannabis

Cannabis Law Report

Ganjapreneur reports… A North Carolina court upheld drug conviction charges against a man who mailed fifteen pounds of cannabis through FedEx; the defense had argued that law enforcement did not have cause to search the package due to the federal legalization of hemp, which is largely indistinguishable from THC-rich cannabis.

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Study asks 80,000 cannabis users when, how, and why they use the plant

Leafly

Through an app called Jointly, researchers studied information gleaned from more than 200,000 cannabis user experiences to better understand what consumers desire. Here’s what the data showed. The report aims to demystify “purposeful and intentional” cannabis use across America.

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Best strains and terpenes for being outside

The Cannigma

The great outdoors. The sun shining high, a breeze blowing through, and somewhere in the distance a bird calls. What could be better than this? Well, what about high hiking?

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If Cannabis is Legal, Why the Police Raids?

Cannabis Life Network

If cannabis in Canada is legal, why are there still police raids? Suppose, for instance, you travel back to the 1990s, and you say in the future, cannabis is legal, but police still get funding and make raids on “illegal grow-ops,” you might scratch your head.

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Veriheal’s 2022 Innovation in Cannabis Scholarship Winners

Veriheal

Every year, Veriheal celebrates the power of education by awarding the Innovation in Cannabis Scholarship to a select group of cannabis-minded students with big ideas.