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New lawsuit aims to force DEA to reschedule marijuana

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The DEA's five-part test to determine 'currently accepted medical use' is flawed, say the plaintiffs. The post New lawsuit aims to force DEA to reschedule marijuana appeared first on Leafly. Politics cannabis research Controlled Substances Act DEA medical marijuana rescheduling research Schedule I

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Cannabis consumption area future cloudy amid COVID-19

The NM Political Report | Medical Cannabis Program

Amid a gradual relaxing of public health orders designed to slow the spread of COVID-19, consumers and business owners alike are navigating how to have a socially distanced meal, shopping trip and gym session.

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NORML Letter to NIDA: Prohibition Must Be Recognized as More Damaging than Marijuana Itself

NORML

NORML leadership today sent an open letter to Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Director of the US National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), asking her to recognize the detrimental impact that racially-discriminatory marijuana law enforcement has had on the public health of communities of color.

Ultra-low cannabis dosing: When microdosing is still too much

Leafly

Is microdosing still too much weed for you? Check out why both researchers and consumers are looking into the benefits of ultra-low dosing. The post Ultra-low cannabis dosing: When microdosing is still too much appeared first on Leafly. Health dosing

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.

A Cannabinoid Antagonist for Dying COVID Patients?

Project CBD

French scientists promote cannabinoid antagonist as a treatment for COVID -19

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Cannabis & COVID-19: Breaking News or Bogus Science?

Project CBD

A molecular biologist critiques claims that cannabis can prevent or treat COVID -19

An Anti-Climactic End to the First Cannabis Patent Litigation?

Canna Law Blog

Our last update on the first-ever cannabis patent case, United Cannabis Corporation (“UCANN”) v. Pure Hemp Collective, Inc. Pure Hemp”) was back in July 2019.

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A Founder Looks at 50: The Important Role of Medical Experts in Support of Legalization

NORML

NORML Founder Keith Stroup. For NORML’s 50th anniversary, every Friday we will be posting a blog from NORML’s Founder Keith Stroup as he reflects back on a lifetime as America’s foremost marijuana smoker and legalization advocate.

Study Finds Over-the-Counter CBD Products Less Potent Than Advertised

The Joint Blog

According to a new study published by the Journal of Dietary Supplements , many cannabinoid (CBD)-infused products that are purchased over-the-counter contain far lower percentages of cannabidiol than advertised on the products’ labeling.

Rhode Island Court Upholds Termination of Medical Marijuana User for Refusing a Reasonable Suspicion Drug Test

The Blunt Truth

On May 29, 2020, the Rhode Island Supreme Court affirmed dismissal of an employee’s lawsuit against his former employer after it terminated him for refusing to submit to a reasonable suspicion drug test, even though his “bizarre” behavior could have been attributed to other causes.

Medical Marijuana And Epilepsy: All You Need To Know

MMJ Recs

Can medical marijuana treat epilepsy? This is an important question that needs to be thoroughly explored by any patient or carer of a person with epilepsy. Epilepsy is a serious medical condition that can be dangerous if not properly treated.

Market Report: CBD Industry Has Come a Long Way in Improving The Quality and Accuracy of its Products

Cannabis Law Report

Leafreport partnered with Las Vegas’ Canalysis Laboratories to put dozens of CBD products from various brands to the test. Our goal was simple: check if … Read More. Breaking News

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Study: Cannabinoids Are “Relevant to the Current and Future Practice of Clinical Gastroenterology”

The Joint Blog

According to a new study “cannabinoid mechanisms and pharmacology are relevant to the current and future practice of clinical gastroenterology.” ” The study was published in the journal Neurogastroenterology & Motility, and was published online by the U.S.

Indonesian Activists Rally For Medical Cannabis Rights

Cannabis Law Report

Interesting story in the Jakarta post. Any form of drug use is severely frowned upon in Indonesia as a matter of course and as many … Read More. Breaking News

State judge denies petition for medical cannabis use while on house arrest

The NM Political Report | Medical Cannabis Program

A state district judge denied a petition asking the court to force Bernalillo County and its Metropolitan Detention Center to allow those on house arrest to use medical cannabis if they have a medical cannabis card.

Cancer And Medical Marijuana: A Patient’s Perspective

The Fresh Toast

Cancer And Medical Marijuana: A Patient’s Perspective. With states all over the U.S. legalizing medical marijuana, many more cancer patients are not hesitating to ask their care teams for the plant.

A Monumental May for Nevada NORML

NORML

Even in the continually uncertain world that Nevadans find themselves in, Nevada NORML is continuing to advocate for cannabis reform despite the strange corona-world of 2020.

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I’m a Generally Healthy Person. How Can Cannabis Help Me?

Leafwell

Are you healthy but interested to learn how cannabis could help improve your quality of life, overall health and wellness?

New Study Shows Cannabis Use May Be Responsible For Improved Health And Quality of Life

MedicalJane

If cannabis is legal, why is Michael Thompson serving 40 years in prison?

Leafly

The Michigan man, 69, sold three pounds of weed in 1994. It's time for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to set him free. The post If cannabis is legal, why is Michael Thompson serving 40 years in prison? appeared first on Leafly.

A Founder Looks at 50: The Important Role of Medical Experts in Support of Legalization

NORML

When I started NORML in late 1970 I realized that our movement would need the support of some courageous doctors and other health experts to overcome the widely-held perception that existed at that time that marijuana must remain a crime to protect the public health.

I’m a Generally Healthy Person. How Can Cannabis Help Me?

Leafwell

Key Takeaways Did Dennis Peron have a point – is all marijuana use medical? Stress: the hidden killer How does cannabis help beat stress? Could Cannabis Be a Preventative Medication? 10 Ways It Could Be Could recreational cannabis users be self-medicating?

Dank of Oklahoma drops name after trademark infringement lawsuit from Bank of Oklahoma

Cannabis Law Report

March 13 2020 Tulsa world reported… A Tulsa-area dispensary faces a federal lawsuit from Bank of Oklahoma alleging trademark infringement. In a Wednesday filing in … Read More. Cannabis Law News

How to prepare for your first psychedelic mushroom trip

Leafly

New to psychedelics? We talked to the pros at Zendo and tapped into psychedelic culture for tips on how to prepare for your trip. The post How to prepare for your first psychedelic mushroom trip appeared first on Leafly. Lifestyle psychedelics

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A Founder Looks at 50: The Important Role of Medical Experts in Support of Legalization

NORML

NORML Founder Keith Stroup. For NORML’s 50th anniversary, every Friday we will be posting a blog from NORML’s Founder Keith Stroup as he reflects back on a lifetime as America’s foremost marijuana smoker and legalization advocate.

8 Questions for a budtender working during COVID-19

Cannabis Life Network

What was life like for a budtender working during COVID-19? Cannabis businesses were deemed essential during the pandemic and rightly so. Still, because of the situation, a number of places have had to close their doors.

Better Sleep Tips: Medical Marijuana

CannaMD

According to the National Sleep Foundation , 50 to 70 million Americans have problems sleeping. Left untreated, these problems can contribute to a variety of health issues including high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, and even stroke.

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Why is it so hard for medical cannabis patients to get high?

Leafly

Common among medical cannabis users is the feeling of not being able to get high despite consuming all the time. The good news: cannabis can still provide symptom relief. The post Why is it so hard for medical cannabis patients to get high? appeared first on Leafly.

A Monumental May for Nevada NORML

NORML

Even in the continually uncertain world that Nevadans find themselves in, Nevada NORML is continuing to advocate for cannabis reform despite the strange corona-world of 2020. The post A Monumental May for Nevada NORML appeared first on NORML.

What happens to your weed when it gets old?

Cannabis Life Network

Ever wonder what has happened to the weed you found in an old ziplock bag hidden in the depth of your closet? Because same. Now, before you grind that up and smoke it, read this article first to find out what happens behind the scenes when your weed gets old. To smoke or not to […].