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The study's authors suggest that this could happen because young adults in those states use weed instead of more dangerous drugs.
This is Vicente, cannabis patient since 2014. In that time he has had over 90% decrease in seizures and weaned off all pharmaceuticals. His vision has improved. He is using a device to communicate his needs and wants. He is starting to talk. He is happy. He has had NO unwanted side effects. I find it hard to believe that cannabis for sick children is still controversial. CANNABIS IS MEDICINE #cannabisismedicine #educateyourself #cannacenters #cannabis #cannabisheals #weedmaps #peopleneedtogetoveritalready ... See more
"Cannabis criminalization disproportionately impacts communities of color," noted the congresswoman.
Another reason NOT to support Joe.
Premieres tonite! Catch my opening spot & fellow guests Senator Russell Ruderman, State Representative Della Au Belatti. On Olelo TV, Akaku TV, MedCTV.com & HawaiiCannabisTV.com. Preview: www.facebook.com/RepThielen/videos/2142136759187358/ #TheWonderPlant #Hemp ... See more
Happy Aloha 420! From Will Espero and his Hawaii Cannabis TV network. Tonight 9:30pm!
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I (Karen) haven't followed this issue close enough. Hoping someone here can clarify something for me. 1) What is A & B going to grow on this land? Is it hemp or cannabis? Big Agribusiness everywhere are moving in a big way into the entire Cannabis industry. Is A & B doing that? 2) If so, what is Gov. Ige's role in A & B business model? Is Ige setting up his career for after his term as governor? The campaign donations from A & B are rather small but getting a big cushy job with A & B could be an incentive to smooth the way for A & B. Just asking. ... See more
#BREAKING: The governor says passage of the stalled measure is in “the public interest,” but one senator described his action as “disturbing and unprecedented.”
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The first ever ‘Cannabis Conclave’ — held at an alpine restaurant only accessible by cable car — is a sign of growing legitimacy for the business
Military veterans in legalized states would be shielded from losing their federal benefits for marijuana use under a bipartisan bill that was filed in Congress on Wednesday. The legislation would also allow physicians at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to recommend medical cannabis to their.... ... See more
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Some folks are going to make money from CBD by providing accurate information and quality products. Some people are going to block healthy CBD from being used to help patients. WE ALL must hold the Department of Health accountable for the Chinese imported CBD oil that's legal and we must hold the department of "health" responsible for hurting patients who rely on CBD for their health. Do not think for a second that the department of health are qualified to give medical or legal advice. They are simply unqualified to talk about efficacy or safety of any medicine. Now you know. ... See more
As former Vice President Joe Biden mulls a 2020 presidential run, marijuana reform advocates are following closely to see if the long-running drug warrior is going to change his tune. But at a forum on the opioid epidemic on Thursday, that didn’t seem to be the case. When the mayor of Philadelphia... ... See more
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Hawaii Cannabis Awareness Conference Cannabis Curious meet Cannabis Conscious We're calling on our Cannabis community leaders to help educate our communities with accurate healthy information. Reach out to our curious friends and neighbors and expand Cannabis opportunities for everyone in Hawaii. Co... ... See more
The federal Food and Drug Administration last month sent letters to three companies selling CBD on the Internet, warning them that their products violate federal laws. The letters, dated Mar. 28, were sent to PotNetwork ... See more
During a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General William Barr said that the current disconnect between state and federal cannabis laws is "intolerable" and that he would prefer policy similar to that ... See more
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Paula has been a member of HAPN since its inception. She has been a psychiatric nurse since 1970 and is a pioneer in a number of roles in psychiatric nursing practice. She received her Master’s in Nursing from UH Manoa 2003 and is Board certified as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Spe... ... See more
KAILUA-KONA Cannabidiol, a naturally occurring compound in the cannabis plant more commonly known as CBD, is no longer an approved food additive in Hawaii. In fact, it never was.
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Restricting economic possibility is the handy work of the government.
No affirmative action for who gets to sell #Missouri medical #marijuana, state says. “Officials with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said this week the license applications will be stripped of all identifying information about the owners, including their race, during the selection process. The intent is to prevent corruption, but Dre Taylor, the owner of a #KansasCity aquaponic agriculture business, said a side effect will be to shut out black and Latino communities that have been disproportionately targeted for marijuana-related arrests in the “War on Drugs” that began in the 1980s. And he worries that larger corporations that can easily afford the application fees will dominate over smaller, local businesses.” ... See more
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The Florida Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services have finalized rules allowing licensed medical cannabis companies to make and sell infused edibles, according to a report from public radio station WMFE. Why doesn't the FDA regulate toxic foods on the market instead? https://www.wmfe.org/florida-getting-closer-to-allowing-edible-medical-marijuana/101541 ... See more
I wish this story was more reflective of what really transpired last Wednesday. The doctor, who must be law enforcement's expert, came straight from the "Reefer Madness" era, luckily there were dispensary representative there to correct him on the health benefits of cannabis. Dr. Vally, talking about conditions said " In fact, one condition, post-traumatic stress disorder, has been observed to be exacerbated by marijuana use, but remains on the list" [covered condition] which has got to be total BS because the Veteran's Administration has accepted the use of cannabis for the treatment of PTSD on the federal several years ago. Yep, Mahuna also said there is no such thing as medical marijuana, and the police "will go out of their way" to make sure medical patients are in strict compliance. DO THE COPS GO OUT OF THEIR WAY FOR MURDERERS, RAPES, CAR THEFT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OR PUBLIC CORRUPTION? No, they absolutely do not unless its one of their own who is killed! The Police go out of their way to enforce laws that the federal government sends them grants and matching funds for: seatbelt, cellphone, insurance, safety check, registration, speeders (over $600 right there) and then they also go looking preemptively for drunk drivers and also for "marijuana". Any other violent or property crime is not profitable to the Hawaii County Police or Prosecutors', unless it is connected to drugs and would be up for forfeiture, then they are are all over it baby!!! Look people, for how much longer are you gonna let the cops decide what medicine you use? When will our elected officials put their foots down and end the lies about cannabis and break the hold of the militarized police state in Hawaii? ... See more
New Mexico taking the lead. Now children can have access to their medicine AT SCHOOL.
Global Cannabinoids aims at delivering the highest quality industrial hemp derived from sativa as fast as possible to clients across the globe.
With hemp cultivation expected to skyrocket, outdoor cannabis farmers are concerned with how pollen draft will affect the viability of their crop.
Senators Sharon Moriwaki and Breene Harimoto voted “no” on the measure. Harimoto said he’s concerned that “people might begin going to work under the influence. Maybe if you’re a teacher, or work at a community center. Until we can address those issues. I’ll have to vote no.” Moriwaki said she’d like to see a task force study decriminalization before changing the law. https://www.civilbeat.org/2019/04/bills-lighten-up-on-pot-possession-but-add-penalties-for-drugged-driving/?utm_source=Civil+Beat+Master+List&utm_campaign=f3abba6bde-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_04_06_12_16&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_51c2dd3cf3-f3abba6bde-401684217&mc_cid=f3abba6bde&mc_eid=9d091f89e8&fbclid=IwAR1ZmOVqAbG77tBUn9uoRAUz4M0BFDi8A8isZE0iEdGteTPLrUMBKEkW9pc ... See more
A Senate committee passed a measure to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, while a House committee voted to add penalties for drugged drivers.
Hemp-derived CBD is a bit of a debated topic amongst cannabis advocates, business owners, growers, and so on.
https://youtu.be/vHIvBv6rwqg so we trust the FDA??
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To RSVP and View this month's agenda please visit: https://hawaiipatientsunion.com/next-monthly-meeting/ Venue Hawaii Innovation Center at Hilo Directions 117 Keawe Street, Hilo, Hi 96720 Time 5:30pm-7:30pm Cost Free to Members Suggested donation for non-members, $5-$10 (no one is turned away) Hawaii Patient Union meetings are open to the public and held on the first Friday of each month. We share stories, learn and share Cannabis information helpful to beginners. We always have some experts in attendance to answer your questions about Cannabis medicine, business, compliance, processing, distribution and retail. Discussion on the latest research, changes in the law, pending legislation for patient rights and information helpful to anyone suffering from Cannabis-treatable diseases and symptoms. We want your meeting agenda ideas. Send your ideas, suggestions or general comments to help us do better. https://hawaiipatientsunion.com/contact/ Interested in presenting a topic at the next meeting? Let us know during the first week of the month. https://hawaiipatientsunion.com/contact/ Agenda is finalized and published during the second week of the month. During the 3rd week we count on you to help us get the message out to attendees. Get Involved Join the board or just come out and meet your fellow patients, caregivers, growers, producers, business owners, advocates and our communities getting involved in our local Cannabis supply-chain. We Meet First Friday, every month! Officers of the Board Meet Every Other Month, First Friday at 4:30pm Review Key Documents and Important Dates ... See more
Here is how my student describes her project along with her selected background reading: Since its founding, religious freedom has remained a core value of the United States. Recently, small groups of individuals have tried to apply this core value to the use of cannabis, specifically with establishing “cannabis churches.” These churches offer congregants a space to come together as a community and consume cannabis as a way to experience a new level of spirituality. Cannabis churches have popped up in both states where recreational consumption is legal (in Colorado, for example) and in states where recreational consumption is illegal (Indiana). In Colorado, the founders of the International Church of Cannabis have been charged with public consumption. In Indiana, the founder of the First Church of Cannabis asserts that his church is protected under the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. As more cannabis churches are established in other states, the main question that church founders will need to answer is whether the use of cannabis is a sincerely held religious belief deserving of protection. ... See more
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The agency (FDA) notes they are aware that some companies are marketing CBD “in ways that violate the [Food, Drug & Cosmetic] Act and that they have taken action against “companies illegally selling CBD products that were intended to prevent, diagnose, mitigate, treat, or cure serious diseases, such as cancer, and that had not obtained new drug approvals.” The FDA claims that it had “safety concerns” about CBD pharmaceutical Epidiolex which was approved in the U.S. last year. The agency alleges that the drug carries a “potential for liver injury” and other side effects. https://www.ganjapreneur.com/fda-to-hold-public-hearings-on-cbd/ ... See more
The Food and Drug Administration is set to host a public hearing on CBD next month “to obtain scientific data and information about the safety, manufacturing, product quality, marketing, labeling, and sale of products containing ... See more
based from Massachusetts experience ...
The "top 10 must-haves for any state cannabis legalization bill," according to Shaleen Title of the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission.
Discover How The Cannabis Patient Care Certificate Can Help You Become Skilled & Confident at Helping People Benefit From the Healing Properties of Cannabis
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The Drug Development Process Share Tweet Linkedin Pin it More sharing options Linkedin Pin it Email Print Step 1 Discovery and DevelopmentResearch for a new drug begins in the laboratory. Step 2 Preclinical ResearchDrugs undergo laboratory and animal testing to answer basic questions about safety... ... See more
As cannabis laws relax and a legal industry grows throughout the U.S., more and more colleges are offering degrees that can be used in the marijuana industry. https://www.marijuanatimes.org/can-marijuana-save-college/ ... See more
It's hardly a secret that college degrees don't carry the prestige they once did. With declining enrollment rates, rising tuition and a mounting student debt problem, college is seen as a "must" by fewer students as time goes on. ... See more
Despite the incredible need for donor organs, recipients and donors who are also cannabis consumers have traditionally been turned away, but new research and state legislatures are changing that.
https://mailchi.mp/5341dba22474/november-newsletter-second-call-for-edibles-survey-2025253?e=aada454f60 Bill issues: Cannabis Decriminalization Medical Cannabis - Employment Protections for Patients
Aloha MCCHI supporters, On this Aloha Friday, we are requesting your support to help schedule hearings for three drug policy reform bills. The request is urgent since the bills need to have their hearings by the end of next week, Friday April 5th. The issues in these bills are: ... See more
The Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act was approved by the House Financial Services Committee in a sweeping 45-15 vote this morning. The bill is the first piece of major cannabis reforms to pass committee ... See more
... we concluded that the top 5 easiest states to obtain a medical marijuana card are California, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, and Nevada.
published December 01, 2017 + still true today ...
In this era of political polarization, when Americans seem to agree on absolutely nothing, let me reassure you. We overwhelmingly agree that cannabis should be legal. So what’s the hold-up?
Aloha MCCHI supporters, We are requesting your support to help schedule hearings for two cannabis reform bills. The request is urgent since the bills need to have their hearings by the end of next week, Friday April 5th. The issues in these bills are: ... See more
https://www.cnbc.com/2016/06/09/if-pot-is-legal-we-dont-need-these-absurd-restrictions-commentary.html?fbclid=IwAR0H-mQmw-B3loytCwrNxZ8OuFzrdykH_CSc8Urofw6Rb5waMogPu7FWHTE For instance, as Americans, we can buy and consume as much alcohol as we want, we can smoke as many cigarettes as we want, and we can eat as much fast food as we want. As an American citizen, you have the right to literally drink, smoke, and eat yourself to death, but when it comes to consuming marijuana, that’s off the table, even though it is impossible to die from smoking pot to excess. ... See more
If marijuana is really legal in some states, then there's no need for all of these absurd restrictions, says former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.
https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/marijuana_law/2019/03/marijuana-legalization-dealing-with-the-black-market.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+MarijuanaLaw+%28Marijuana+Law%2C+Policy+%26+Reform%29 ... consider major reasons why consumers choose to purchase cannabis products from the black market: * The black market offers much cheaper weed with no sin taxes; * The black market is able to sell higher potencies of marijuana; * The black market is able to sell larger amounts of marijuana; * The black market is oftentimes much more convenient. ... See more
Golden State cannabis prices have doubled post-legalization. We tried saving mad money with Flower Co.— a wholesale buyer's club backed by Y Combinator.
Weed the People at Prince Kuhio Theaters Okay, so we worked out a deal to bring this important film to Hilo. This is a benefit for the Hawaii Patients Union. Weed The People Presented by Hawaii Patients Union Wednesday, May 15, 2019 6:30pm–8:35pm at Prince Kuhio 9 — 111 E. Puainako Street, Hilo, HI, 96720 More Details and ticket sales: https://www.tugg.com/events/weed-the-people-pjzk Join us for this monumental film by Ricki Lake and Abby Epstein! Cannabis has been off-limits to doctors and researchers in the US for the past 80 years, but recently scientists have discovered its anti-cancer properties. Armed with only these laboratory studies, desperate parents obtain cannabis oil from underground sources to save their children from childhood cancers. Event Program - Introduction Movie presentation of Weed The People IMPORTANT! We need to sell 84 tickets for the event to fire. We can do this. Your credit card will only be charged if we meet the ticket threshold. Cannabis has been off-limits to doctors and researchers in the US for the past 80 years, but recently scientists have discovered its anti-cancer properties. Armed with only these laboratory studies, desperate parents obtain cannabis oil from underground sources to save their children from childhood cancers. “Weed the People” follows these families through uncharted waters as they take their children’s survival into their own hands. Stay after the film for a Post-film Q&A More Details and ticket sales: https://www.tugg.com/events/weed-the-people-pjzk ... See more
Report showing the number of people who are locked up in different types of facilities and why
Aloha MCCHI supporters, We are requesting your support to improve the medical cannabis bill, HB673, that has a hearing on Thurday March 21th at 9:20am. This is a so-called omnibus bill that contains numerous provisions to improve the medical cannabis programs, including crucially finally allowing ... ... See more
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way less than Hawaii!!!
Happy St. Patrick's Day, y'all!
Aloha MCCHI supporters, We are requesting your support for the cannabis decriminalization bill that has a committee hearing this upcoming Tuesday March 19th at 10:30am. The bill needs to be amended as it is currently far too conservative. Please see below the action items. Mahalo nui! ... See more
Come out and meet your fellow patients, caregivers, growers, producers, business owners, advocates and our communities getting involved in our local Cannabis supply-chain. We share stories, learn and share Cannabis information helpful to beginners. We always have some experts in attendance to answer... ... See more
Despite a clear rejection by the Colorado Legislature, the state’s only cannabis research center is going ahead with developing a seed-to-sale marijuana-tracking system that no one in the ind…
Next Hawaii Patient Union meeting agenda published. Frank Randozzi will lead us through a genetics discussion. Come down and talk about local plant genetics and legislation: https://hawaiipatientsunion.com/next-monthly-meeting/ ... See more
Agenda for Friday April 5th, 2019 Introductions / AnnouncementsOpen Genetics Discussion with Frank RandozziLegislative DiscussionHawaii Cannabis Awareness Conference UpdateHawaii Patient Union QnAOpen Cannabis Discussion till pau VenueHawaii Innovation Center at Hilo Directions117 Keawe Street, Hilo... ... See more
Until the government learns that its own policies are the causes of illegal immigration and drug smuggling, the problems will continue.
FROM FORBES MAGAZINE Study: Patients Find More Relief In Marijuana's Psychoactive Compound THC Than In CBD Roger Christie
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Another form of taxation + surveillance? "Qualifying patients visiting the state must fill out a 10-minute online form and pay $49.50 sixty days in advance of their trip. Hawaii will then issue an electronic registration card, known as a 329-V card, which would allow the patient to purchase cannabis from any Hawaii licensed retailer for a period of up to 60 days, up to twice a year." ... See more
The Hawaii Department of Health has announced a new program where visiting patients can use their out-of-state medical cannabis cards to access medical cannabis while in Hawaii, Forbes reports. Qualifying patients visiting the state must fill ... See more
Up Up Up!
Deadline for comments is 5:59PM Hawai'i Standard Time this coming Thursday, March 14th ...
Aloha MCCHI supporters, We reach out today with a few action items for your consideration: 1) Please help us let the Federal Government and the international community know that cannabis does NOT belong in the Controlled Substances Act, certainly not under Schedule I (a high potential for abuse and... ... See more
Quick Mahalo to Everyone for Sharing our Posts. Numbers are way up and you are making a difference. Folks on fb that are Cannabis Curious have told us they learn from your shares. Keep it up!
We're honored and excited to welcome our keynote speaker at #Patients2019, Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, PhD! Registration at http://patientsoutoftime.org/the-thirteenth-national-clinical-conference-on-cannabis-therapeutics/ #mmot ... See more
Hawaii launched a new system that allows out-of-state visitors to apply for temporary medical marijuana cards, to get their medication while visiting Hawaii.
What's the difference between sativa, indica, and hybrid cannabis strains? This guide is meant to familiarize you with marijuana types and their commonly overlooked nuances.
wow, 3 grams?!
The measure that now goes to the Senate would apply to having 3 grams of marijuana or less, which still could result in a $200 fine.
Hawai'i DOH's new online registration accelerates access to medical cannabis for residents and enables qualified out-of-state patients to register and buy medical cannabis.
Facebook's ad policies continue to be unevenly enforced when it comes to cannabis-related organizations, according to a story by Global News. Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM), a Canadian non-profit campaigning for the elimination of ... See more
May we humbly suggest a water bong or vape pen? https://www.marijuanamoment.net/the-dea-wants-help-differentiating-marijuana-from-hemp/
Everything we know about our government tells us this is the path to less fighting for Cannabis legalization. If you're interested in big picture legislative solutions take a few minutes to watch this short video. Warning: This video will make separatists (msm) uncomfortable. Images and adult language may require awareness shifts. ... See more
Everyone who votes should see this.
Congratulations Georgia! The Georgia House on Tuesday approved a bill that would allow medical marijuana to be grown, manufactured and distributed in the state. https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/432753-georgia-house-passes-medical-marijuana-dispensaries-bill ... See more
Hawaii medical marijuana dispensaries soon could enjoy a boost in sales after regulators announced cardholders from other states now may register to buy MMJ during their visits. “We can now, for the first time, invite qualified ... See more
https://www.leafly.com/news/industry/legal-cannabis-jobs-report-2019?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=B2C%20Newsletter%20-%20Nat%27l%20-%2003/06/19&utm_content=Final&utm_term=%5BTWS%5D%20%26%20%5BMaster%20%2B%20Not%20Dormant%5D ... See more
As Gottlieb was the driving force behind CBD regulation at the FDA, the status of those regulations and the previously announced public meeting is unknown. Gottlieb will resign next month. https://www.ganjapreneur.com/fda-commissioner-scott-gottlieb-resigns/ ... See more
The commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, has announced his resignation, according to The Washington Post. Gottlieb announced just last week that the FDA was arranging a public meeting in April to ... See more
Hemp is on the agenda tonight in Volcano. The next Puna CDP Action Committee meeting will be held on March 5, 2019 at Cooper Center in Volcano beginning at 5:00 PM. Please find the attached Puna CDP Action Committee meeting agenda for 03.05.2019 as well as the other related meeting materials. Meeting agendas and materials can also be viewed and downloaded via the CDP website here: http://www.hawaiicountycdp.info/puna-cdp/meeting-records-and-information/2019-meetings Agenda Item #3 Opportunities to Advance Mixed-Use Agricultural Development as it relates to the Puna CDP: AC Member Brent Norris will engage the Action Committee in a discussion regarding the possibility of forming an investigatory subcommittee to explore economic opportunities in producing agricultural hemp, specifically as it relates to the vision and implementation of the Puna CDP. The Action Committee will discuss and provide feedback on the information presented. During the proceedings, the AC may take action as deemed necessary. ... See more
Except for mentioning the new opioids he released in our communities and except for blocking naloxone from saving lives, this story has it 100% wrong. Gottlieb was a power hungry oligarch. He bastardized the farm bill encouraging the DEA to keep CBD schedule 1 until more pharmaceutical companies were ready for approval. This greasy politician caused more harm to patients during his term than just about anyone. This is a critical point in time for safe and effective plant-based medicine. We do not need more restrictions. We need more education. CBD helps treat addiction. Aspirin is more dangerous than CBD. You have CBD in you right now. Let that sink in. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/3/5/18252139/scott-gottlieb-resigns-fda-opioid-epidemic ... See more
Gottlieb was one of the few Trump officials who won over skeptics.
One lawmaker fears some prescriptions are being given out too easily.
The New Mexico Department of Health has filed an emergency rule change that raises the plant-per-grower limit from 450 to 2,500, the Globe Newswire reports. Previous rules, set temporarily by a judge’s order last year, expired at the end of last week. Had the Department of Health not issued new emergency rules, there would’ve been no limit on the number of plants each grower could grow. The new limit is also temporary, set to expire in 180 days on August 28, 2019. “We see meaningful progress in the movement to potentially 87,500 plants statewide. Over the next 180 days, we pledge to assist the State in crossing the finish line with an even greater commitment to the number of plants grown and the amount patients can individually purchase in the regulated market.” —Duke Rodriguez, CEO and President of Ultra Health, New Mexico’s largest cannabis producer https://www.ganjapreneur.com/new-mexico-raises-grower-plant-limit-from-450-to-2500/ ... See more
The New Mexico Department of Health has filed an emergency rule change that raises the plant-per-grower limit from 450 to 2,500, the Globe Newswire reports. Previous rules, set temporarily by a judge's order last year, expired at the ... See more
The silver lining ! https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/marijuana-may-boost-rather-than-dull-the-elderly-brain/
Publicly-traded cannabis company MedMen recently completed a TV commercial directed by Spike Jonze that will air on several mainstream TV streaming services, Fast Company reports. The advertisement focuses heavily on the history of cannabis in America as well ... See more
Who are these people listening to? It sure isn't the voter.
“Hawaii isn’t ready for legalization,” said Rep. Daynette “Dee” Morikawa, House majority floor leader. “We need to get the medicinal use fixed first, which includes getting all dispensaries in place.” ... See more
Do Gov Ige + Gabbard share visions???
The presidential hopeful says that descheduling marijuana will help open up more research opportunities.
$32,500 for CBD Oil? by ANH-USA If we don’t change a key FDA policy, that’s how much you may be forced to pay if you want to purchase CBD oil. Action Alert! For years, consumers have benefitted fro… ... See more
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