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Ridiculous Things Opponents Say to Cannabis Lovers

Ridiculous Things Opponents Say to Cannabis Lovers

Article by John Levy, Pot Valet via Twelve High Chicks Cannabis enthusiasts hear people utter the most ridiculous words all the time, especially now that science is disputing previous prohibition propaganda. Some cannabis myths are persistent, despite plenty of evidence to the contrary. So bad are these lies, that they prevent the industry from expanding. With legalization come entire populations still ...

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Could Cannabis Eventually Replace Anti-Anxiety Medications?

Could Cannabis Eventually Replace Anti-Anxiety Medications? KRISTINA MARUSIC October 10, 2017

Article by Kristina Marusic, Leafly A recent study thought to be the first of its kind has found that regular cannabis use may make a person less prone to anxiety over time, even when sober. The study, published in the medical journal Psychopharmacology, found that people who use cannabis daily or almost daily had a blunted stress reaction when exposed to ...

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Dravet Syndrome Mice Study Shows Cannabidiol Benefits and Action

Dravet syndrome mice study shows cannabidiol benefits and action Cannabidiol treatment of mice with this genetic condition reduces epileptic seizures and autism-like behaviors. MEDIA CONTACT: Leila Gray

Article by Leila Gray, UW Medicine Treatment with cannabidiol reduces some major symptoms in mice with a genetic condition recapitulating Dravet syndrome, a devastating childhood brain disorder.   Cannabidiol is a non-intoxicating substance among the several active compounds derived from Cannabis plants. This molecule can also be produced synthetically. The results of its use to treat Dravet syndrome are reported ...

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Lung Cancer Being Targeted by Nano-Drone Delivered Cannabinoids

Lung cancer being targeted by nano-drone delivered cannabinoids Alliance for Cancer Nanotechnology proposes nanoparticle drones armed with cannabinoids to fight tumors. Featured image by David Brown.

Article by Scott Johnstone, Lift News What if Amazon drones could deliver individual THC molecules directly into your lungs? It may seem like a stoner fantasy, but a team of researchers in Boston, MA, has suggested that something akin to the retail giant’s aerial package delivery system could improve lung cancer treatment rates, if shrunken down to the nanoscale. You’ve probably heard ...

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Anxiety Sufferers Should Be Growing There 5 Cannabis Varieties

ANXIETY SUFFERERS SHOULD BE GROWING THESE 5 CANNABIS VARIETIES BETHAN ROSE OCTOBER

Article by Bethan Rose, Cannabis Life Network Did you know that approximately 40 million American citizens aged 18 and above are suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)? In fact, anxiety is considered the most common type of mental illness in the United States, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). Heart palpitations, sweating, shortness of breath – suffice ...

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Please Shut Up About Indica Versus Sativa

Please Shut Up About Indica Versus Sativa You’re Starting to Sound Like You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About by Lester Black

Article by Lester Black, The Portland Mercury Are you looking for an indica, a sativa, or a hybrid?” Anyone who has walked into a legal weed store has heard this question. The majority of pot stores divide their products into these groups, and people who buy weed are used to the distinction—it’s older than the pot shops themselves. Supposedly, indica ...

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Plan to Police Cannabis-Impaired Driving Full of Holes: Experts

Plan to police cannabis-impaired driving full of holes: experts Setting a legal blood limit could put the cuffs on sober motorists Solomon Israel By: Solomon Israel. A completed roadside Drug Influence Evaluation sheet at the Colorado State Patrol Training Academy in Golden, Colo.

Article by Solomon Israel, Winnipeg Free Press Legalizing cannabis in Canada next summer could unleash a dangerous wave of stoned drivers on the nation’s roads, warn police, road-safety advocates and opposition politicians. The Liberal government is attempting to take precautions by reforming drug-impaired driving laws through Bill C-46, tabled alongside the Cannabis Act last April. When Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould ...

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Medical Cannabis and Kids (A Doctor’s Guide for Parents)

Medical Cannabis and Kids (A Doctor’s Guide for Parents)

Article by Dr Frank, Cannabis Culture Using cannabis and cannabinoids to treat various conditions is seen as controversial when it comes to treating children. Yet, for all the controversy, it seems strange that people are so critical of cannabis when there are many drugs that are far more addictive and dangerous than cannabis being prescribed to children. Take childhood epilepsy (e.g. ...

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Could Endocannabinoid Deficiency Explain Migraines, Fibromyalgia and Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Could endocannabinoid deficiency explain migraines, fibromyalgia and irritable bowel syndrome? New article from Dr. Ethan Russo postulates cannabinoids as possible treatment for these mysterious ailments

Article by Ricardo Oliveira, Lift News Dr. Ethan Russo ranks among the world’s most prolific researchers of medical cannabis, having published innumerous research and review articles in the field during the last two decades (many related to Sativex and intractable epilepsy). At the turn of the century, he authored three often cited articles in which he elaborated a theory of clinical ...

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