DEA plans Massive Increase In Marijuana And Psilocybin For Research To Develop FDA-Approved Medicine

One big complaint NC senators had was lack of FDA approval. DEA is stepping it up, several drugs are close. DEA Proposes Massive Increase In Marijuana And Psilocybin Production For Research To Develop FDA-Approved Medicines Video Rating: / 5

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Growing Medicine Simply: Cultivating Quality Cannabis With Minimum Effort And Expense, Episode 1

In this series I will present a simple means of producing herbal medicine that minimizes both effort and expense. We cover substrate preparations through actually putting seeds in the dirt. This method of growing involves no transplanting, training, or tents. Instead the auto flowering cannabis plants will be allowed to…

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Health Effects of Marijuana | Marijuana Research Report | Medicine Made

Explores the latest research on marijuana, including the scope of marijuana use, health consequences, its effects on everyday activities, and available treatments. Based on Marijuana research report July 2020 by NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) Chapters 00:10 – What is Marijuana? 00:58 – What are marijuana’s effects? 03:05 –…

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Cannabis in Coachella & plant medicine with Carlos “Los” Arias

Los Arias, Co-founder and Co-CEO at Green Horizons, joins David Belsky for episode 24 of FlowerHire’s Talent in Cannabis sunset sesh. This one was one for the books, friends. Los Arias and David Belsky talk about: – Los Arias’ entrance into the cannabis industry – Why the city of Coachella…

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Cannabis as medicine: How it works (w/ John Tse, medical cannabis practitioner)

The idea of lighting up a doobie for medicinal purposes sounds fantastic. I’m stressed; I’ll take a toke, right on! I’m in pain; I’ll toke a little more, fantastic! I can’t sleep; yeah you got– you’re just a few tokes away for a night of bliss. The problem, according to…

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Up & Up w/Jodi Newell – Cannabis: From Menace to Medicine

We currently have major barriers in place that prevent many suffering Americans from accessing the medicine they need — cannabis — in favor of almost unfettered access to addictive and harmful pharma profit-procuring, prescription poisons (opioids, etc). Jodi Newell and her guest Rob Hawco discuss their personal experiences navigating through…

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The National Library of Medicine Shows an Exponential Increase in Marijuana Research

According to records from the #National #Library of #Medicine between years 1990 and 1999 researchers published an estimated 3000 #papers on #cannabis. By contrast, since 2010, more than 23,000 peer-reviewed papers have been published. This overwhelming #increase in research is due to the newfound interest in the #therapeutic properties of…

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