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The US Federal Government Just Bought a Ton of Marijuana for Medical Research for the First Time Ever
Since 1971, a single facility at the University of Mississippi has been in charge of producing cannabis plants for research purposes at the federal level. This monopoly prevented other facilities (public and private-owned) from growing marijuana for experimental reasons. In 2016, the DEA began to remove the monopoly on marijuana for medical research. Finally, they achieved what they set out to do in May 2021. The applications of several cannabis companies were approved by mid-2021. Groff Hemplex and the Biopharmaceutical Research Company revealed that they have been fully registered in the DEA database and have started cultivating cannabis plants. The first phase of harvest, which started about a month ago, will be forwarded to research facilities. Marijuana researchers across the country have commended this development.
What are Kratom Leaves and Do They Have Medicinal Value?
Consuming kratom leaves daily will help you to treat your anxiety disorders effortlessly. This will help you enhance the quality of your life and bring peace to your mind, soul, and body. The reason behind such effects of kratom leaves is that they bind mitragynine with the brain's opioid receptors. Thus, helping you to uplift your mood and feel less anxious. Various people believe that consuming kratom leaves relieves them from depression and anxiety. People who feel uneasy due to any reason can try the kratom leaves for better results.
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Cannabis Industry Worker Fired for Union Involvement Wins His Job Back in Settlement
Greenleaf workers issued a statement following the release of the NLRB investigations reports. They expressed their gratitude to the agency for diligently maintaining integrity during the course of the investigation. They wrote that the outcome of the inquiry reassured them that workers had a shot at taking a recourse when employers mete out infractions. Forming a union has been challenging and arduous, but it has helped create a less unstable future.
People Prefer to Live in Cities with Legal Cannabis by a Wide Margin According to New Redfin Survey
In October 2021, a survey by Redfin, a real estate brokerage firm, revealed that 46% of respondents said they would “prefer to live” or “will only live” in an area where cannabis has been legalized. Meanwhile, 22% of respondents said they “would not” or “prefer not to” live where cannabis was allowed only for adult use. Redfin adds that cannabis policies are indeed significant factors considered when people decide where to move to but there are also other considerations. “People take the politics of a place into consideration when deciding where to move, but the truth of the matter is that other factors including housing affordability and access to jobs and schools take priority,” explained Taylor Marr, Redfin Deputy Chief Economist
Cannabis and the Hypnotic State - Finding the Edges of our Conscious State
While Dorothy might have insight into the world of hypnotherapy, it seems that her conclusions on cannabis is a bit too “text book” as opposed to having personal experience with the plant. At least this is what I can infer with the latter part of her statement. While it’s true, certain cannabis can make you feel “dull, and stoned” – other strains can make you alert and fully focused. Therefore, depending on the application of cannabis potency and strain can have a varied influence on the session itself.
How Do Cannabis and CBD Affect Your Liver - What the Latest Studies are Telling Us
There are limited CB1 and CB2 receptors in the liver, but there are higher amounts in diseased livers than in healthy ones. Scientists suggest that these receptors are vital to the regeneration process of scarred tissues in the organ. Parfieniuk and Flisaik explained this complex process in a 2008 study. The scientists proposed that the receptors have opposing roles. CB1 functions as a profibrogenic and proinflammatory compound, while CB2 opposes these functions.
Vegan CBD - What You Need to Know About This New CBD Niche
While CBD in itself is vegan, because it’s derived from the hemp plant, which is rich in amino acids. Vegans can enjoy a range of health benefits from consuming vegan CBD products because they can help increase energy, improve brain function, contribute to overall emotional and mental wellbeing, aid in metabolism, and much more. In addition, it’s also rich in antioxidant contents. However, not all forms of CBD in the market are vegan.
New Hampshire House Approves Marijuana Legalization, Will the Senate Agree?
Could this be the start of the same cycle in which a cannabis bill gets approved by the house and then dumped by the Senate? Last week, the resilient New Hampshire House again voted to support marijuana legalization. The approved bill permits the personal use and cultivation of marijuana by residents above the age of 21.
What is Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) and Is It Legal?
The newest cannabinoid and, I must say, "another worthy addition" swaying the market right, left, front, and back is Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC). Rising to prominence after regulations banned the sales and use of Delta-8, this compound has been referred to as an intriguing analog of THC. Whether or not to agree with this description cannot be decided now, as there are several misconceptions about HHC cannabinoids.
A Social Media Exodus Due to Big Tech Censorship? How Cannabis Brands Can Lead the Charge!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock with no WiFi lately, it turns out that Social Media Giants such as Facebook and Twitter are censoring people’s right to speak. Several high profile people have had their twitter accounts suspended and one that has sparked international debate was the account of Dr Robert Malone MD, who was one of the major attributors to the discovery and invention of mRNA vaccines and recently appeared on the wildly popular Joe Rogan Experience Podcast.
South Carolina Lawmakers File Bill to Make It Illegal to Search a Car Just Because It Smells Like Weed
Representative Deon Tedder (D-Charleston) has filed a bill to put an end to stop, search, seizure, and arrests based on cannabis scent. South Carolina lawmakers believed that the smell of marijuana alone on a person or within a vehicle does not give law enforcement officers the go-ahead to search a person. Especially in a state like South Carolina with approved legislation for hemp production.

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