Is Science Inherently Biased Against Marijuana, If So, How Can We Trust the Results?

I recently stumbled on this article published on “The Hill” entitled “To Safeguard public health let science guide marijuana legalization” written by Dr. Richard S. Rosenthal. In this article, the good doctor argues that “Science should be sitting at the center of all policy decisions regarding cannabis!” of which I…

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Beyond THC % – The Top Cannabis and Hemp Test Results You Should Look at First

Recently, it has been observed that the scientific and analytical testing communities have been trying so hard to keep up with the exponentially moving cannabis and hemp industry. To navigate around this and also cut production costs, some cannabis entrepreneurs have chosen to test for only the potency of a…

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Mississippi Supreme Court Allows Opponents of Medical Cannabis To Challenge Vote Results

The Mississippi Supreme Court heard arguments this week challenging the state’s overwhelming vote in support of medical cannabis last November but advocates still have their high hopes.  The Mississippi Cannabis Trade Association released a statement following Thursday’s oral arguments that would determine the industry’s fate. If the challenge is successful…

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New Study Warns CBD May Yield Positive THC Test Results

Have you gotten swept up in the CBD craze? Careful. It may induce a positive drug test. That’s according to findings from a clinic trial published last month in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. The findings, which comes via researchers at Harvard, “suggest that patients consistently using full-spectrum, hemp-derived products may…

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Your Cannabis Lab Results Don’t Mean S#$!T – Cannabis’ Dirty Little Secret

Cannabis Lab Shopping and Pitching for High THC Ratings are Hurting the Industry Quick question, what do the bond markets and cannabis industry have in common? They can both buy the ratings they need by cutting a fat check. There are two parallel stories going on right now that are…

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Marijuana-based anti-seizure drug shows strong study results

Published: Jan 25, 2018, 11:12 am • Updated: Jan 25, 2018, 4:28 pm By Ariana Eunjung Cha, The Washington Post A new class of epilepsy medications based on an ingredient derived from marijuana could be available as soon as the second half of 2018 in the United States, pending Food…

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