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The Synergy of Curcumin and CBD: How similar are they?

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As we get older, our bodies begin to change, and our overall health starts to deteriorate. We are past the prime of our lives, and we become more susceptible to many diseases. We must prioritize our health and take the necessary measures to address any illnesses that we may have.

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Marijuana Treats Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Finds New Study

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According to a new study published in the Journal of Cannabis Research, adjunctive marijuana use is associated with improvements in pain and other symptoms in patients with refractory fibromyalgia.

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BitCanna: The Cryptocurrency of the Cannabis Industry

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With cannabis more globally accepted than ever before, you’d think buying flower, seeds, and paraphernalia would be simple, right? Unfortunately, purchasing cannabis-related goods is still slow, needlessly complicated, and oftentimes prohibited.

A Quick Guide About Autoflower Marijuana

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We know the photoperiod cannabis strains, which are different from autoflower ruderalis strains, and flower quickly in the winter seasons. To grow photoperiod strains, it needs proper light so that the buds can thrive with all the essential terpene and flavor profile.

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.

Does Cannabis Help You Burn Calories?

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“How do I lose this stubborn body fat?” ” … “What do I need to do to shed my excess weight?” ” … “Is there any way I can get slimmer without having to work out so hard or diet so much?”

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How Cannabis Research is Affecting Parkinson’s Disease

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For decades cannabis researchers have been investigating the impact cannabis has on neurological diseases. Numerous trials have been run using medical marijuana and CBD tinctures to treat or reduce the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease. This is not the first medicinal trial of its kind.

Colombia: An Exciting New Landscape for the Cannabis Industry 

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Article by Adrianna Alfidi. The process of cannabis regulation in Latin America has placed the continent as the potential next hotspot for the cannabis industry.

8 Unusual Ways to Use CBD

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CBD is a buzzword today, and there’s a reason for that. Cannabidiol is said to help with numerous health conditions , from insomnia to chronic pain, and it’s almost entirely safe. People eat it, drink it, bathe in it, inhale it and rub it into their skin.

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How to Preserve Cannabis Seeds?

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When it comes to getting the most from your cannabis seeds, you must know how to store and preserve them properly. As such, we have come up with a quick guide to help you understand how to store and preserve cannabis seeds so that they can live up to their full potential.

Can Marijuana Help You Lead a Healthy Lifestyle?

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In the past, marijuana might not have been seen as an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. Just a couple of decades ago, it was mostly known as a recreational drug, but in recent times, the concept of what cannabis can be has changed in a lot of ways.

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The CBD Overdose – Is It Possible and Is It Dangerous?

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We’ve all heard the stories before – tall tales of unfortunate CBD enthusiasts taking just a little too much than their bodies could take. The sad ending is always the same – an alleged overdose resulting in death.

Marijuana Associated With Improvement in Symptoms Related to Autism, Finds Case Study

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According to a new study published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports , the daily use of high-CBD (cannabidiol) marijuana extracts is associated with improvements in the behavioral symptoms related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

CBD from Hemp Associated with Improved HDL Cholesterol Levels

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According to a new study, hemp-derived CBD oil extract is associated with improved HDL cholesterol levels.

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Study Finds 1 in 4 Adults in America Used Cannabis in Past Year

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Quite a few adults in the United States have consumed marijuana in the past year. This is according to a new study published in the journal BMJ Open and epublished by the U.S. National Institute of Health.

Trial Data Shows Inhaled Marijuana Associated With Improvements in Ulcerative Colitis Patients

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A new study titled Cannabis is associated with clinical but not endoscopic remission in ulcerative colitis: A randomized controlled trial has found that inhaling herbal marijauna is associated with clinical improvements and increased quality of life in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis (UC).

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Study: Medical Cannabis Use Has Little to No Effect on Driving Abilities

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According to a new study published in the Journal of Concurrent Disorders, those who consistently use medical cannabis show little to no difference in their driving performance following cannabis inhalation.

Identifiable Characteristics of a Good CBD Oil

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CBD oil is widely used for treating pain, reducing anxiety, and stimulating appetite. But not all CBD oil brands are created equal and there is a large spectrum available on the market between inferior and superior grades CBD oil.

Mixing CBD Oil With Alcohol: Is It A Good Idea?

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With the growing popularity of CBD, it seems that companies are adding this unique compound to every product imaginable these days. While you might have heard about edibles, vape juices and tinctures infused with CBD oil, now it seems that CBD products seep into the beverage sector as well.

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The Difference Stages of Cannabis Plant Growth

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Cannabis is a topic of great interest to a lot of us, and understandably so. The magic herb has so many benefits and effects on people that it naturally becomes the center of curiosity.

Can The Use Of Cannabis Help Restore The Sleep Cycle?

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Sleep is vital for the healthy functioning of the human body. As per the National Sleep Foundation , almost 70 million U.S. adults feel sleep disorder symptoms like insomnia during their lifetime. The lack of sleep can also lead to other serious health issues like anxiety, depression, and accidents.

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Product Review: New Active8 THC Infused Drink Syrup

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The innovation coming out of the cannabis industry over the past few years has been nothing short of impressive. And in the world of edibles and drinkables, amazing new products are pushing the envelope to help recreational users maximize their experience.

Regular Marijuana Use Associated With Increased Testosterone, Finds Study

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According to a new study, men who report having consumed marijuana in the past year possess elevated levels of testosterone as compared to non-users.

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In Historic First, U.S. House Votes to Decriminalize Marijuana

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The United States House of Representatives has voted in favor of legislation that would decriminalize and tax marijuana on the federal level. The measure was passed 228 to 164.

Study Finds No Evidence Marijuana Legalization Influences Teen Usage

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According to a new study titled Recreational Marijuana Legalization and Adolescent Use of Marijuana, Tobacco, and Alcohol, state laws that legalize, tax and regulate recreational marijuana use for adults is not associated with an increase in marijuana use by young people.

Report: State and Local Cannabis Tax Revenue Jumps 58%, Surpassing $3 Billion in 2020

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According to a new report conducted and released by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, tax revenue from state-legal marijuana sales rose significantly in 2020 to surpass $3 billion.

The Pros of Growing Your Own Marijuana Plants

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When you are a regular cannabis user, the idea to start growing your own weed plants becomes inevitable at some point. You realize that instead of paying ridiculous amounts of money to some stranger, you can actually start to take care of your own cannabis plants and save lots of cash and time.

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Is Cannabis Real Estate the Next Big Thing?

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The world’s real estate is facing a massive shift in paradigm due to the decriminalization of cannabis in some states despite the national sentiment against it. If weed is legalized in a state, it means you can grow, harvest, and sell it, even though not publicly.

Relationship Between Cannabis and Art

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The relationship between cannabis and art has been a hot topic among cannabis enthusiasts for years. So, why not take a look at it and decide all in for once as to how true it is?

Colorado Reaches $10 Billion in Marijuana Sales

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Colorado voters officially legalized marijuana in November, 2012 through the passage of a constitutional citizen’s initiative, and less than two years later – in 2014 – legal marijuana stores began opening their doors.

Study: Smoking High-CBD, Low-THC Cannabis Can Still Result in Failed Drug Test

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According to a new case report published in the journal Forensic Science International, the sustained consumption of high-CBD, low-THC cannabis containing only trace amounts of THC will still trigger a positive urine test result for carboxy-THC.

Study: Nearly 1 in 5 Rheumatologic Patients Use Medical Cannabis

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According to a newly released study, a considerable amount of those with rheumatologic diseases (which includes diseases such as fibromyalgia and lupus) consume marijuana on a regular basis as a means of dealing with the symptoms of their ailment.

New Study Finds THC May Help Those with PTSD by Impacting Amygdala

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According to a new study the oral use of synthetic THC is associated with reduced amygdala activation in subjects with post-traumatic stress: Amygdala is “a roughly almond-shaped mass of gray matter inside each cerebral hemisphere, involved with the experiencing of emotions.”

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Study: Marijuana Reduces Refractory Gastroparesis Symptoms

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Treatment with marijuana significantly reduces symptoms in patients with refractory gastroparesis, according to clinical data published in the journal Cureus, and first reported on by NORML.

Virginia Speaker of the House Calls for Marijuana to be Legalized Quicker

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Virginia may have legal marijuana sooner than later, if the state’s speaker of the House of Representatives has her way.

FDA Report: Less than Half of CBD Products Properly Labelled

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According to a new “Report to the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations and the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations” released by the U.S.

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Study: CBD Cream Effective in Treating Symptoms of Back Pain

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Newly released research shows that those with chronic back pain may want to seriously considering using CBD cream to treat their symptoms.