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Endometriosis Is Painful as Hell. At Least There’s Cannabis

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Learn more about how cannabis is helping fighters of endometriosis, and how research is catching up to anecdotal reports of its efficacy. The post Endometriosis Is Painful as Hell. At Least There’s Cannabis appeared first on Leafly. Health Science & Tech research

How Doctors Diagnose and Treat Vape Pen Lung Disease

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It's often misdiagnosed as common pneumonia. Steroids, not antibiotics, seem to be an effective treatment. The post How Doctors Diagnose and Treat Vape Pen Lung Disease appeared first on Leafly. Health vape safety

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SAFE Banking Act passes the US House of Representatives by vote of 321 to 103!

Cannabis Law Report

In a vote Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives approved the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act 321-103. It is the first standalone cannabis policy reform bill to ever reach a House floor vote.

Can Cannabis Aid in the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms?

Puff Puff Post

Researchers across North America have been conducting studies on the effectiveness of Multiple Sclerosis treatment through cannabis. Multiple Sclerosis is classified as an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system; it mainly affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.

Dr. Raphael Mechoulam Continues His Cannabis Research 

Medical Marijuana 411

Raphael Mechoulam has continued his cannabis research and made discoveries that help to create an understanding of the benefits of the cannabis plant. . The post Dr. Raphael Mechoulam Continues His Cannabis Research appeared first on Medical Marijuana 411.

House Members Pass Historic Legislation Legitimizing Retail Cannabis Sales

NORML

Members of the House of Representatives voted 321 to 103 in favor, representing 79% of the vote of HR 1595: The SAFE Banking Act, which amends federal law so that explicitly banks and other financial institutions may work directly with state-legal marijuana businesses.

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8 Ways to Rid Your Cannabis Crop of Pests and Diseases

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Anyone growing commercial cannabis knows how detrimental pests and diseases can be to a crop. These tips from Rx Green Technologies will help keep mites, mold and other pesky pests away. The post 8 Ways to Rid Your Cannabis Crop of Pests and Diseases appeared first on Leafly.

Outlawing Vaping Will Not Make it Safer

Medicinal Genomics

Recently, some 450 cases of “vape pen” reported illnesses have allegedly contributed to six fatalities (NEJM). This health threat is serious, and tragic for its victims, but compared to the losses we sustain every day from opiates, alcohol, tobacco and guns, this threat is—for now—less dire.

NORML Testifies to End Employment Discrimination of MMJ Patients in DC

NORML

On Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, NORML testified at the DC Council Committee on Labor and Workforce Development in support of B23-0309 , the “Medical Marijuana Program Patient Employment Protection Amendment Act of 2019”, which seeks to expand workplace protections for medical cannabis patients in the District of Columbia.

Habitat Craft Cannabis Ltd. Announces Receipt of Micro-Cultivation License

Cannabis Life Network

CHASE, BC, Sept. 23, 2019 /CNW/ – Habitat Craft Cannabis Ltd. (“Habitat”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deepwater Agriculture Corporation (dba Habitat Life Sciences), is pleased to announce that it has received a micro-cultivation licence from Health Canada.

France Forgets Its Golden Age of Medical Marijuana

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In the middle 19th century, Paris functioned as the epicenter of an international movement to medicalize hashish. The post France Forgets Its Golden Age of Medical Marijuana appeared first on Leafly. Industry Europe france hash history medical marijuana tinctures

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Leaf Traders Launches First Survey Marketplace for Cannabis and Hemp Market Research

Canna Newswire

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. September 24, 2019 / Canna Newswire / – Leaf Traders, a development company, is launching the first self-service survey marketplace for qualitative cannabis and hemp market research.

CDC Provides Update on Lung Illnesses Linked to Vape Cartridges

NORML

Updated data provided today by the US Centers for Disease Control reports over 800 cases of acute respiratory distress linked to the use of portable vapor cartridges used to consume certain e-liquids. According to the latest totals, “Among patients with data on substances used in e-cigarettes, or vaping products, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-containing product use was reported by 76.9 percent (36 percent reported exclusive THC-product use); 56.8

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Cannabis Trade Federation: Statement Regarding Gov. Charlie Baker’s Ban on the Sale of State-regulated Cannabis Vaporization Products in Massachusetts

Cannabis Law Report

WASHINGTON — The Cannabis Trade Federation released the following statement regarding the ban on the sale of state-regulated cannabis vaporization products announced Tuesday by Gov. Charlie Baker: “While we share Gov.

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House Passes Cannabis Banking Bill in Historic Vote

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A strong vote, 321-103, moves cannabis banking reform over a major hurdle. Now it's the Senate's turn. The post House Passes Cannabis Banking Bill in Historic Vote appeared first on Leafly. Politics banking Congress

US vaping illness count jumps to 805, deaths rise to 12

Cannabis Life Network

NEW YORK — Hundreds more Americans have been reported to have a vaping-related breathing illness. And the death toll has risen to 12, health officials said on Thursday.

Illinois: Clemency Available for Zero to 30 Grams, Expungement Available for Convictions of 30 to 500 Grams

NORML

On June 25, 2019, Governor JB Pritzker signed into law a revision of the Illinois Cannabis Control Act, 720 ILCS 550.1 et seq. Commencing January 1, 2020, Illinois residents will be authorized to possess up to 30 grams of cannabis for usage as they desire. Non-residents do not have the same exception from the criminal penalties. Non-residents are limited to 15 grams.

The Endocannabinoid System-History, Health and Why We Feel High

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The History and Science of Cannabis. The use of cannabis for medicinal purposes can be dated back to as early as 2700 B.C.; the Chinese, European, and Indian populations would use the plant for its healing effects as an antidepressant, antiseptic, antibiotic, analgesic, anesthetic and sedative.

Which Canadian Cannabis Strains Are Highest in THC?

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the most potent cannabis strains in Canada. The post Which Canadian Cannabis Strains Are Highest in THC? appeared first on Leafly. Canada Strains & Products strains strains and products THC

Martha Stewart says CBD products with Canopy likely ready in mid-2020

Cannabis Life Network

TORONTO — Martha Stewart says a CBD line of products she is developing with Canopy Growth will likely hit the market in the middle of next year.

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Garden State NORML Plans Lobby Day on September 23, 2019

NORML

With most state legislatures adjourned for the 2019 calendar year, the New Jersey legislature is one of just a few legislative bodies that are still in session. With a year-long legislative session, state lawmakers have already debated and passed significant legislation related to the state’s medical marijuana program, solitary confinement and assisted suicide.

The USPTO Has Granted its First Hemp Plant Patent

Canna Law Blog

A first(!): Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. (“CWB CWB Holdings”), operated by the famed Stanley brothers, has secured the first-ever patent for a hemp cultivar in the United States. CWB Holdings is now the proud owner of a plant patent for “a new and distinct hemp cultivar designated as ‘CW2A.’”

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Did Your State Ban Vaping? Check Here To Find Out

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Massachusetts has a 4-month ban on all vapes. Washington just imposed a ban on flavored vapes. What's your state doing? The post Did Your State Ban Vaping? Check Here To Find Out appeared first on Leafly. Health Industry Politics vape safety

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Canada Votes 2019: A campaign promise kept? Canada’s modestly “successful” cannabis legalization

Cannabis Life Network

The anniversary of Canada’s recreational cannabis legalization arrives Oct. 17, just days before the federal election. Legalization was a Liberal campaign promise from the last election, so it’s timely to review how it’s worked out. Consumers evidently like cannabis legalization.

Not-very-NICE: UK Cannabis Policy and Harm to Patients

CannaTech

This commentary on the NICE UK cannabis guidelines is originally published by The Academy of Medical Cannabis , the globally leading institute for clinical training and research in cannabis-based medicinal products. Since the early 1990s, Israel has stood at the front line of cannabis medicalization.

FDA to Clear a Path Within Four Months To Lawfully Market Hemp-Derived CBD Products

Canna Law Blog

Back in March, former Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) Commission, Scott Gottlieb, explained it would take several years for the agency to come up with rules that would legalize the use of hemp-derived cannabidiol (Hemp-CBD) in food products, unless Congress stepped in.

Wisconsin and South Dakota Are Preparing 2020 Legalization Measures

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Wisconsin legislators introduce a medical legalization bill, while South Dakota activists float both medical and adult-use initiatives. The post Wisconsin and South Dakota Are Preparing 2020 Legalization Measures appeared first on Leafly. Politics Election 2020 south dakota wisconsin

Smiths Falls on track to becoming a leader in cannabis tourism

Cannabis Life Network

New Cannabis Tourism Strategy lays framework to attract more entrepreneurs and visitors SMITHS FALLS, ON, Sept.

What’s Next for the “SAFE Banking Act” After Passing the House?

Greenspoon Marder Cannabis Law Group Blog

By: Rachel Gillette and Nabil Rodriguez, Esq. Photo courtesy NORML.org. Yesterday, the SAFE Banking Ac t passed the House receiving bipartisan support with a vote of 321 to 103!

The FDA and FTC Regulatory Overlap Means Twice as Much Compliance for CBD Companies

Canna Law Blog

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) issued warning letters to three unnamed companies that advertised their CBD-infused products as treatments or cure for serious medical conditions. These warning letters are nothing new.