Posts tagged medical research
Medical Cannabis Smoking Ban Lifted In Florida

In a surprisingly one-sided vote, state lawmakers passed a landmark bill last week that effectively ends Florida’s statewide ban on smoking medical cannabis.

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Thanks to the FDA, We May Soon See CBD Regulation in the U.S.

Scott Gottlieb, Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, gave medical cannabis industry professionals cause for reserved excitement recently with a speech at the annual conference for National Association of State Departments of Agriculture.  

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More Than 90% of Patients Over 65 Attribute Improved Pain Relief to Marijuana

A scientific study published by researchers in Israel shows vast improvements in pain levels for elderly patients using marijuana. More than 90% of patients over the age of 65 reported a reduction in pain, stress, sleeplessness, and other symptoms after treatment and side effects remained minimal.

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The 2018 Farm Bill and What It Really Means for Cannabis and Medical Marijuana

Widely regarded as one of the most unique and potentially transformative farm bills in recent history, the Agriculture Improvement Act places products derived from Cannabis sativa and industrial hemp, like CBD, into more advantageous positions for the start of 2019.

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Opioid Overdose Rates Decline in Areas with Marijuana Dispensaries

The legalization of medical and recreational cannabis may play a vital role in reducing the rates of opioid overdose in the United States, according to new research.

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What Trump’s “Likely” Post-Midterm Medical Marijuana Legalization Might Mean

In a recent interview with Succeed.com founder Charles Peralo, White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci claimed that President Donald Trump will likely push to legalize marijuana

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