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cannabis and epilepsy

From Doom To Bloom: How Medical Marijuana Helped One Girl Overcome Her Grand Mal Seizures

For Vicki Lynn, enjoying a rock concert with her adult daughter Aubrie is a precious experience — because it’s something she never thought they would be able to do together. Less than three years ago, Vicki’s daughter was experiencing seizures so severe that not even conventional medicine could control them. “Aubrie danced with death once […]

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Jeff Sessions

This Session Is Over: What AG Sessions’ Ousting Means For The Cannabis Community

You may have already heard the news that Jeff “good people don’t smoke marijuana” Sessions is out as attorney general, to be replace as acting attorney general by his chief of staff Matthew Whitaker. According to ABC News, Sessions submitted his resignation on Wednesday, November 7, just a day after the midterm elections. He allegedly […]

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Mexico cannabis

Mexican Supreme Court Declares Cannabis Prohibition Unconstitutional: Is Legalization On The Horizon?

The full legalization of cannabis in Mexico moved one step closer to reality on October 31, when the National Supreme Court of Justice, the highest court in the land, issued a ruling declaring the country’s existing ban on recreational cannabis unconstitutional. In its findings in favor of two complainants in separate cases, the court called […]

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cannabis in Thailand

Will Thailand Become The First Nation In Asia To Legalize Cannabis?

While drug laws in the United States have gradually become more lenient, regulations in Southeast Asia remain on the opposite end of the spectrum. The death penalty has long been meted out for drug-related crimes in several countries on the Asian continent, including Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia. However, the government of Thailand is contemplating […]

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midterm election results

Midterm Elections 2018: Weed Proves A Whopping Winner

On Tuesday, cannabis advocates across the USA hit the polls to vote on cannabis ballot initiatives as well as pro-pot candidates. As with any election, there were winners and there were losers — here’s a look at who strutted home victorious, and who trudged home a failure. Michigan became the first state in the Midwest […]

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Deficits in the endocannabinoid system can negatively affect your neurotransmitter systems that include the production of serotonin, the body’s pleasure hormone.

The Therapeutic Benefits Of Cannabis In Overcoming Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency

This is the second part of our two-part series about your body’s endocannabinoid system, the complex regulatory mechanism that interacts between the nervous and endocrine systems. The endocannabinoid system is a major component of your body’s life-sustaining processes that maintain your physical and psychological health — and cannabis directly affects it; the endocannabinoid system makes […]

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Colorado cannabis laws

Growing Forward: Four Cannabis Grow Rules Changing In Colorado

As legal cannabis markets dotted throughout the country know all too well, regulating a federally illegal industry takes vigilance and flexibility. Which is why Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) updates the state’s laws annually. The rules are decided both by House bills that pass each year and by the MED’s rulemaking process. According the MED […]

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cannabis investors

Cannabis Innovation, Investments And Business Soar In Canada’s Newly Legal Market

On October 17, Canada became the world’s first industrialized nation to legalize cannabis for recreational use, and only the second nation, after Uruguay, across the globe to do so. Industry experts say last month’s historic event is a forerunner of more widespread cannabis expansion to come, including in the United States, and subsequently, several other […]

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