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THC in Urine is Associated with Lower Opioid Concentrations In Pain Patients, Finds Study

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According to a new study published in the journal Pain Management, the presence of THC metabolites in the urine of patients undergoing pain management is associated with lower levels of opioids.

Marijuana Legalization May Increase Sex, Says Study

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According to a new study published in the Journal of Health Economics, those living in states that have legalized medical marijuana may be more likely to have sex.

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Study: Marijuana Use Reduces Depression and Suicidal Ideations in those with PTS

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Marijuana use among those with post-traumatic stress (PTS) is associated with reduced rates of severe depression and suicidal ideation, according to a new study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology.

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Report: Over a Third of CBD Vape Oils Have Synthetic Marijuana

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According to a new, detailed report by the Associated Press, a significant number of CBD vaping oils on the market also contain synthetic marijuana, and some contain no CBD at all. Jay Jenkins tells the AP that he hesitated when a buddy suggested they vape CBD. “It’ll

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A Brief History of Home Cannabis Extraction in the Modern Era

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Science suggests that humans have been using psychoactive strains of cannabis for at least 2,500 years – if not longer – and for nearly as long, humans have experimented with ways to extract its compounds into a wide range of formulations.

Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke Proposes Federal Grants for Marijuana Offenders

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Presidential candidate and former Texas Congressmember Beto O’Rourke announced today that he supports a program in which the federal government issues “Drug War Justice Grants” for those who were formerly or are currently incarcerated for nonviolent marijuana-related offenses.

Marijuana Use Not Associated with Psychosis in Young People Finds Study

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A history of marijuana use in young people is not independently associated with an increased risk of psychosis, according to a new study published in the journal Adicciones, and published online by the U.S. National Institute of Health.

Study: Marijuana Use Associated With Lower Risk of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

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According to a new study, those with a history of marijuana use are less likely to develop the non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) than those who haven’t used cannabis.

Researchers Call for Caution: Some CBD Pet Products Have Absolutely No CBD

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The market for CBD pet products has exploded in recent years, with numerous success stories. However, researchers warn that not only are not all CBD pet products made equally, but some contain no CBD at all. This is according to a new Associated Press report.

10 Cannabis World Records That Will Trip You Out

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At Custom Cones USA , we love all things cannabis, so we keep tabs on the most interesting cannabis world records. We have to give props to people for having goals. They set the precedent for everyone else.

California is Moving Forward With a Plan to Establish Marijuana Banks

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The Associated Press is reporting that California is quickly moving forward with a plan to establish a system of banks to work with the marijuana industry which is legal under state law, but illegal under federal law.

Ohio Governor Signs Bill Decriminalizing Hemp

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s has signed into law legislation that decriminalizes hemp, the non-psychoactive cousin of marijuana. Governor DeWine recently signed Senate Bill 57 into law, according to the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA).

The Difference Between CBD Isolate And Distillate

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Even for cannabis veterans and enthusiasts, it’s still hard work to keep up with all of the changes that are happening in the cannabis industry. So if you have no idea what the difference is between CBD isolate and distillate, you’re definitely not alone.

How Can Taking CBD Oil Increase Your Metabolism?

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There are many effects of marijuana; some strains make you feel creative and energetic while others make you relaxed and sleepy. Unremitting hunger is still one of the universal impact of CBD, a phenomenon, famous as “the munchies.”

CBD Cream for Treating Pain

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An increasing number of nations are legalizing marijuana for medical use due to its many benefits. According to a report by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the CBD component of cannabis may be useful in reducing inflammation and pain.

How Cannabis Can Help Seniors Improve Their Quality Of Life

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Senior citizens can enjoy a heightened quality of life thanks to the immense, versatile therapeutics of cannabis. Whether you’re smoking, dabbing, vaping, or using CBD oil and infusions, there is always a way to get potent pain relief and a noticeable lift to your mood.

Canada Introduced Pardon System for Marijuana Offenses

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Canada has officially unveiled a new pardon system for those who have been charged with simple marijuana offenses. The new system – which consists of online applications – was unveiled on Thursday by Justice Minister David Lametti, reports the CBC.

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Oregon Garnered Over $107 Million in Marijuana Taxes in 2018

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Oregon brought in over $107 million in taxes from the legal sale of marijuana and marijuana products in 2018. According to data released by the Oregon Department of Revenue , the state made $107,777, 721 in 2018 from marijuana taxes.

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Study: Marijuana in Double Vacuum-Sealed Plastic Covers Smell

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Subjects are unable to identify marijuana when it is packaged in double vacuum-sealed plastic, but can do so when it is packaged in a simple resealable sandwich bag, according to a new study published in the journal Science & Justice and first reported on by NORML.

Kratom vs CBD: The Differences between These 2 “Grey Area” Products

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When you embark on researching about health effects of products like Kratom and CBD, most likely you are wondering what the difference between them is. This post sets the record straight by revealing in a clear manner the difference between these two plant-based products. Their Origins.

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Washington State Officials Consider Massive Overhaul of Legal Marijuana Program

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Washington State legalized marijuana in 2012, and now, nearly seven years later, state officials are proposing laws that would overhaul the legal marijuana system, including legalizing home delivery for patients and boosting minority ownership of marijuana businesses.

Utah Chooses its Legal Medical Marijuana Growers

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Utah officials on Friday granted eight medical marijuana cultivation licenses to businesses that are both from Utah and those from outside the state reports the Associated Press.

Study: THCV Reduces Cravings from Nicotine

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According to a new study titled ?8 8 -Tetrahydrocannabivarin has potent anti-nicotine effects in multiple rodent models of nicotine dependence, the administration of the cannabis compound THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) reduces nicotine cravings and use in rodents.

U.S. Government Increases Marijuana Being Grown for Research

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The U.S. government is growing the largest crop of marijuana for research purposes in five years, reports the Associated Press. The increase is in response to the rapidly growing interest in marijuana strains with high levels of THC and CBD.

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Hawaii Committee Unanimously Approves Bill to Legalize Marijuana

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Legislation to legalize marijuana for everyone 21 and older has been unanimously passed by its initial committee in Hawaii’s Legislature. Hawaii Senate Bill 686 was introduced by Senator Kalani English (D) along with 11 cosponsors.

Study: Marijuana Consumers Have Lower Mortality, Morbidity, and Hospitalization-Costs Among Pancreatitis Patients

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Those with acute pancreatitis who have a history of marijuana use have “lower age-adjusted, mortality, morbidity, and hospitalization-cost than non-cannabis-exposed patients”, according to a new study.

Some of the Best Marijuana Strains to Prevent Hair Loss

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The statistic brain shows that an approximate of 56 million individuals in the US are experiencing hair loss. Therefore, hair growth products are now becoming part of the fast-growing industry with many people believing that marijuana can prevent hair loss.

Germany: First-Ever Medical Marijuana Improts Receibed From Protugal and Australia

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Cannamedical Pharma (located in Cologne) received a commercial shipment of medical marijuana from a company in Portugal.

The Rise of CBD Educated Professionals

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The use of CBD has skyrocketed amongst everyday Americans. With CBD therapy becoming less taboo and more commonplace, even people in lower levels of companies have started reaping CBDs benefits.

Study: Pain and Anxiety Most Popular Symptoms Among Those Who Use Medical Marijuana

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According to a study published in the journal Social Science & Medicine, and epublished by the National Institute of Health, those who consume marijuana for therapeutic purposes often to do so reduce pain and anxiety symptoms.

Switzerland May Soon Legalize Medical Marijuana

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The Swiss government on Wednesday put forth a proposal to legalize marijuana as prescription medicine. The proposal would allow prescriptions for marijuana to treat cancer and other serious ailments report Reuters.

Marijuana is Safe and Effective in Treating Fibromyalgia, Says Study

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According to new research, the use of marijuana is a safe and effective treatment for those with fibromyalgia. The study, titled Safety and efficacy of medical cannabis in fibromyalgia, was published by the Journal of Clinical Medicine and was published online by the U.S.

Thailand’s First-Ever Medical Marijuana Clinics Now Open

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On Monday Thailand’s first two full-time clinics dispensing marijuana oil for medical use opened their doors. According to the Associated Press, about 400 patients, many of them with cancer, were given the oil for free at a flagship clinic at the Public Health Ministry in a suburb of Bangkok.

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Vermont and New Hampshire May Delay Votes on Marijuana Proposals

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Marijuana legalization measures in both Vermont and New Hampshire have hit a roadblock, reports the Associated Press. In Vermont, marijuana has been legal since July 1, 2018, when a lawmaker-approved measure took effect.

New York City Council Votes to Ban Pre-Hire Marijuana Tests for Most Jobs

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The New York City Council has passed landmark legislation that would allow most job-hunters to avoid a drug test for marijuana. The City Council passed the measure, which would ban pre-employment testing for marijuana, on Tuesday, reports the Associated Press.