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I'm Not Lovin' It - McDonald's Starts Blocking Weed Sites

by HighChi | Wednesday Aug 21, 2019

With Facebook to scared to allow breastfeeding support pages on the site, and McDonalds wanting to keep a family-friendly atmosphere, it is not shocking to hear weed and marijuana sites are being blocked.  The freelance writers around the world will have to get a VPN to bypass the settings and upload article or go find a more weed-friendly cannabis coffee shop or burger joint.


Give Your Kid Chemo, Not Cannabis Oil! Mom Goes to Jail Over Cannabis Legalization

by DanaSmith | Sunday Aug 18, 2019

Dixon explained that the chemo didn’t work but when she gave Kylee a combination of CBD oil together with vitamins and herbs, the cancerous tumor saw a shrinkage of as much as 90%.  Despite this, the authorities are still charging her because they CLAIM there is insufficient evidence that cannabis or CBD oil actually works.


Is it Fair to Deny Marines and Sailors the Benefits of CBD?

by DanaSmith | Tuesday Aug 13, 2019

Saying that this is unfair is a great understatement. Using CBD in any form is meant to improve well-being and greater quality of life, no matter what walk of life you come from. If a member of the Navy is suspected of using CBD, it could be reported to the FBA and they also face another risk of being included in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. If this happens, the affected person may no longer purchase firearms, but it isn’t like that’s the real threat here. The real issue is a bigoted approach and denying any person, Navy or not, of using CBD is bullshit.


European Cannabis News - Luxembourg Wants to Legalizes Recreational Cannabis

by DanaSmith | Saturday Aug 10, 2019

Adults over the age of 18 will soon be able to purchase cannabis for recreational use within two years, while a cannabis agency is set to oversee production and regulate distribution. Later this year, a draft of the law will be released, providing more details on the kind of cannabis that will be for sale, as well as the taxes involved.


Ivy League School for Cannabis Education: A Sign of the Times

by DanaSmith | Monday Aug 5, 2019

By fall of this year, Cornell will be offering a new class that is focused on cannabis history, legal aspects, and horticulture. “Cannabis: Biology, Society and Industry”, which is the name of the course, isn’t going to the only one either; Cornell is also working on offering a master’s degree that will hone students’ communication skills for the industry so that they can work with industry stakeholders as well as media.


US Government Finally Approves Enough Weed to Make 5 Million Joints for Research

by DanaSmith | Sunday Aug 4, 2019

The government has just approved the cultivation of the biggest crop of cannabis for research purposes, as a response to the need for cannabis plants with varying levels of CBD and THC. The irony is that the government still lists cannabis as an illegal substance, despite the fact that they are the only source of cannabis for research in the entire country.


The Blurred Lines of Concentrates: Clearing the Smoke

by Lemon Knowles | Wednesday Jul 24, 2019

This study revealed how the psychoactive THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content of cannabis is bolstered to 80 percent when the plant is extracted into extracts, like shatter and wax. Oils that fit inside vaporizer cartridges are arguably the most popular form of concentrates in today's modern era of marijuana.


How Legal Cannabis is Saving the United States’ National Forests

by DanaSmith | Friday Jul 19, 2019

Thankfully, the rise of recreational cannabis legalization means that more people can now legally grow cannabis for adult use. A study published in the Ecological Economics journal, which is the first of its kind to delve deeper into the impact of adult use cannabis legalization on the state of our national forests, found that illegal cannabis grows on federal lands have dropped substantially after more states started legalizing it recreationally.


The Real Reason Most People Use Recreational Cannabis, According To Surveys (Hint: It Isn’t To Get High)

by DanaSmith | Tuesday Jul 16, 2019

A study in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs reveals that recreational cannabis consumers purchase legal weed for treating pain or insomnia. In doing so, they no longer have to resort to pharmaceutical solutions for treating these common ailments. The team led by Dr. Marcus Bachhuber, a psychiatrist working at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York, came up with their findings by polling shoppers who were purchasing recreational weed at a pair of Colorado recreational dispensaries in 2016.


Scientist Suing the DEA for Delaying Cannabis Research

by DanaSmith | Tuesday Jul 16, 2019

They also claim that the DEA is purposely ignoring their application, which is preventing them from studying cannabis. “While most states in the US recognize that cannabis has medical value, the DEA says otherwise, pointing to the absence of clinical research,” Sisley said. “But at the same time, government regulations and bureaucracy prevent researchers like SRI from ever doing the clinical research the DEA has overtly demanded.