‘You Must be Very Careful’: Common Questions About CBD Health Claims for Pain and Other Conditions Answered

Health 'You must be very careful': Common questions about CBD health claims for pain and other conditions answered Social Sharing Doctors weigh the science behind cannabidiol claims CBC News An oral administration syringe loaded with CBD hemp oil for treating a severely-ill child is shown at a home in Colorado Springs, Colo., in 2014. (Brennan Linsley/The Associated Press)

Article by CBC News Cannabidiol, or CBD oil, is promoted for a wide range of medical conditions. Recently, a review for doctors weighed the science behind the claims. The Clinicians’ Guide to Cannabidiol and Hemp Oils was published earlier this month in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings. CBD is a compound found in the cannabis plant. It is not intoxicating, Health Canada said. As consumer ...

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B.C. Government Bans Promoting Cannabis in Licensed Establishments

Hospitality, Marketing & Tourism B.C. government bans promoting cannabis in licensed establishments Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch issued the directive late on September 16 By Glen Korstrom Canopy Growth Corp.'s cannabis brand Tweed after cannabis was legalized had advertising in frames above urinals at bars, such as the Fountainhead Pub and the Imperial in Vancouver | Glen Korstrom

Article by Glen Korstrom, Business in Vancouver The B.C. government has banned advertising and anything else that could be construed as promoting cannabis in licensed establishments. That includes restaurants as well as bars, and it is in effect for events that have special permits. “In keeping with the province’s public health messaging about the dangers of cannabis and alcohol co-use, this ...

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Why Better Transparency at the OCS Will Help Beat the Illegal Market

OPINION Why better transparency at the OCS will help beat the illegal market MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

Article by Michael Armstrong, Globe and Mail Last Friday, almost 11 months after legalization, the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) released a financial report. A loss of $42-million was partly for reasons beyond its control, but compared to other provincial cannabis agencies its performance looks underwhelming. And its large inventories imply it could support many more stores. . Almost one-third of ...

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Clean Vaping Devices Equal Better Performance

Clean vaping devices equal better performance Conduction heating uses direct contact of the herb with an electrically heated surface while convection heating works by passing precisely heated air over dried herb DONALEE MOULTON All vaporizers have both a heating source and a delivery system GETTY IMAGES

Article by Donalee Moulton, Windsor Star Traditionally cannabis users have smoked weed or munched on edibles. Tradition, however, is changing. Vaporizing, or vaping, is the process of heating dried cannabis to a temperature just below its combustion point (200 C or 392 F)—and it’s growing in popularity. However, for maximum enjoyment and to avoid equipment problems, proper maintenance is required. The specifics of keeping vape ...

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Odorless Cannabis: The Next Big Trend or Just Hype?

BUSINESS Odorless marijuana: The next big trend or just hype? A Canadian startup claims odorless weed will help consumers. But is it appropriate for medical patients? By Brendan Bures, The Fresh Toast A company out of Brampton, Ontario, Canada claims it can create a product that “greatly reduces” the smell of marijuana as it burns. In addition, the smell of stored dried flower will be “virtually undetectable.” iStock / Getty Images Plus

Article by Brendan Bures, The Fresh Toast Because social stigmas around cannabis usage remain prevalent for medical and recreational users, the concept of a marijuana bud without a “dank,” pungent aroma could be appealing to consumers. A company out of Brampton, Ontario, Canada claims it can create a product that “greatly reduces” the smell of marijuana as it burns. In ...

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How Canada’s Once-Illicit Cannabis Companies are Turning Over a New Leaf

How Canada’s once-illicit cannabis companies are turning over a new leaf Brennan Doherty By Brennan DohertyStar Calgary

Article by Brennan Doherty, Star Calgary In the final years of cannabis prohibition, Earth Dragon Organics owner Tessa Serra and her five staff members made CBD-infused bath bombs from a small kitchen facility on Salt Spring Island. Over a hundred dispensaries across Canada stocked Earth Dragon’s line of creams, lotions and other cannabis topicals. No longer. Their bath bombs ended ...

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Evidence Suggests Jump in Number of Stoned Dogs Being Taken to Vets

Evidence suggests jump in number of stoned dogs being taken to vets Joseph Hall By Joseph HallFeature Writer

Article by Joseph Hall, Toronto Star Legalized cannabis is having a large effect on Canada’s canines as veterinarian clinics across the country are seeing significant increases in the number of dogs being brought in stoned on pot products. Wobbly, shrinking from light and sound and often incontinent and howling, the animals are being rushed in for treatment after scarfing pot-laced brownies ...

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