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The Latest Medical Marijuana News and Hemp Happenings
Govt unveils cannabis research centre
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Health Minister Nicola Roxon says cannabis is still the most widely-used illicit drug. Ms Roxon says it is worrying that about one in five 18-year-olds have smoked cannabis in the past year. As is the case with nicotine and caffeine, THC in Cannabis, it seems, is to protect the plant from herbivores or pathogens. THC occurs mainly as tetrahydrocannabinol. THC has analgesic effects that, even at low doses, cause a high, thus leading to the fact that medical cannabis can be used to treat pain.
What's in the historic medical marijuana bill being unveiled
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported how the medical marijuana research process would be reformed. The bill would, among other things, change the process by which private researchers can access medical marijuana.
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How would lifting of federal medical marijuana ban affect Massachusetts?
Mayerson said Patriot Care Corp. also would like to do more research to evaluate the efficacy of medical marijuana on various conditions and potentially to develop new strains. But he said medical institutions have been wary of getting involved because …
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Very Berry Haze
– This Haze plant is a U.S. Native, entrance from East Coast genetics that were passed along to the medical marijuana breeders at Apothecary. It is a pure sativa, and as such is best grown as an inside or hothouse plant, outside of the equatorial zones.
– Very berry hazes exhibit all of the stereotypical qualities of the haze-dominant sativa. They grow speedily into jumbo plants, shooting out a bountiful number of long flexible branches with many bud sites. Because of their tendencies, they are really only appropriate as multi-branch plants. They should be started in flowering quickly in order to keep heights reasonable. Indoor plants that are forced at 6 inch heights can finish about 10 weeks later at 4 feet. They can finish outdoors by first of November in appropriate regions of California, growing to 12 feet when started at 8 inches. Very Berry’s plants is a lush green with thin leaflets, and may be prone to developing mold if attempted in colder climates, or if the indoor room is kept at brisk temperatures. These plants are most suitable for soil-based gardens.
– Very Berry buds begin as tiny popcorn-ball formations that draw out to create large buds by harvest. In a sunny outdoor environment, Very Berry haze can yield prodigiously, reaching harvests up to 19 pounds. Indoor yields per plant depend on gardening style, and can range between 1-8 ounces per plant.
– The Very Berry Haze acquired her name for her delicious flavor, which Apothecary compares to the more obscure boysenberry. This berry, named after its breeder Rudolph Boysen, combines the raspberry, blackberry and loganberry, for a fruit that is more pungent and earthy than its relatives. Fans of the berry will begin to smell the edge of fruit as these plants reach maturity, and will find a jammy-sweet, robust boysenberry taste to the finished product. The high is the soaring, awake and mentally refreshing influence of the haze sativa. It’s a bliss-out for beach or mountain solitudes, or something to be shared with a sweetheart when you want to just kick back together and reflect with gratitude on the mysteries of being alive.
Origins – East Coast Strains
Flowering – 70 -80 days
Harvest – Mid October
http://www.nvnewswire.com Strain information as well as laws on Legalization, much more for our members and visitors to explore
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Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
CannLabs, Inc. (OTCQB: CANL) today announced an agreement to create a custom content science channel on theCannabist.co, The Denver Post’s cannabis-focused news and culture website. Launched in December of 2013 to cover legalized marijuana in Colorado, The Cannabist features news, strain reviews, recipes, store maps and more about the state’s expanding marijuana industry. Ricardo Baca, the nation’s first major newspaper marijuana editor, oversees the site.
The channel will feature content from StrainDataTM, a newly launched web application developed by a subsidiary of CannLabs, Inc. CannLabs is the leading provider of scientific testing methodologies and cloud-based analytics for the cannabis industry. The custom content on the Cannabist will provide readers with objective, scientific views of the cannabis industry.
“The Denver Post’s Cannabist site and its targeted 400,000 unique monthly visitors and over 1.4 million page views will create a powerful online commercial engine for StrainData and its users,” said Mark Mirken, Chief Executive Officer, CannLabs, Inc.
“Fundamentally, we believe that we are an extension of the consumer protection framework created by the Colorado legislature,” continued Mirken. “StrainData allows consumers to access accurate testing data directly from CannLabs’ Denver laboratory. This relationship will provide thousands of Cannabist readers immediate access to scientific research and information from the most trusted source in the industry.”
“As legitimate marijuana research begins to ramp up in the coming decade, StrainData could possibly be positioned to lead that conversation,” said Ricardo Baca in a Jan. 27, 2015, article on theCannabist.co.
The new science and technology section will be located on the main navigation page of theCannabist. co. The content will focus on the science of cultivating cannabis, the impact of a well-regulated testing framework, new cannabinoid research and consumer safety issues.
The channel is expected to be fully operational on theCannabist.co by April 1, 2015.
CannLabs, Inc., is a respected authority and advisor to commercial, governmental and educational entities focused on the cannabis industry.
Through Carbon Bond Holdings, Inc., The Company licenses cannabis testing methodologies, proprietary cloud-based business intelligence, data/analytics and consulting services to garner revenues from legalized cannabis states and their constituents. The company has licensed cannabis- testing laboratories in Colorado and Connecticut and robust intellectual property, including the patent-pending technology utilized in its newly launched web application, StrainData.TM
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We the People, Publius and George Washingtons Birthday Cannabinoids ~ New Science on the Bryan William Brickner Blog
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 22, 2015
“George Washington was eulogized as America’s first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen,” opened Bryan W. Brickner, “yet George our birthday boy wasn’t the first in everything; not in hemp for instance, though he did grow a lot of it … for more than three decades.”
In We the People, Publius and George Washington’s Birthday Cannabinoids ~ New Science on the Bryan William Brickner Blog, Washington’s 283rd birthday and 34 years of growing cannabinoids are celebrated. Publius, of The Cannabis Papers: A citizen’s guide to cannabinoids (2011), showcases four 2015 National Institutes of Health (PubMed) cannabinoid system (CS) articles discussing: epilepsy and FAAH cannabinoid competition, pharmacoresistant epilepsy in children and CS treatments, our medical community in need of cannabinoid science, and further evidence of CS neuroplasticity (this time it’s the hippocampus).
“George Washington was born 22 February 1732,” noted Brickner, “and he grew his first cannabinoids, fields of hemp, at the age of 33 in the year 1765, ten years before becoming General Washington in 1775.”
“Washington first grew pot for the King,” continued Brickner, “as there was a Crown hemp bounty – a cash bonus colonial farmers would collect to try hemp. Washington harvested 5,000 pounds his first crop – of fiber that is – as well as 152 bushels of cannabis seeds his first year.”
“Washington noted all of this 250 years ago in his farm notes from his first cannabinoid crop,” Brickner closed, “and Publius discusses George’s hemp in The Cannabis Papers, essay number 11, Washington’s hemp seed love.”
The Cannabis Papers is available at online retailers and for free by download.
Brickner has a 1997 political science doctorate from Purdue University and is the author of several political theory books, to include: The Promise Keepers: Politics and Promises (1999), Article the first of the Bill of Rights (2006), and Shivitti: A Review of Ka-Tzetnik 135633’s Vision (2015). He also writes political fiction, such as the novella thereafter (2013), and is the publisher of The Cannabis Papers: A citizen’s guide to cannabinoids (2011) and The Bryan William Brickner Blog, a resource for the political science of constitutions and the biological science of receptors.
Next Ew Publishing: The beginnings of a Hannah Arendt series on Tuesday, 24 February, with The Human Condition, Arendt Footnotes and The American Revolution ~ monthly on the Bryan William Brickner Blog.
Ga. speaker hopeful on medical marijuana, resolving disputes
ATLANTA (AP) – Georgia House Speaker David Ralston says he hopes both chambers quickly vote on a bill allowing people with certain medical conditions to use a type of medical marijuana. Ralston told The Associated Press in an interview Friday that he …
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'Huge leap' Thursday for Georgia medical marijuana proposal
ATLANTA — A state Senate committee approved a bill Thursday that brings Georgia a step closer to joining other states that allow possession of medical marijuana. Having up to 20 ounces of a liquid form of medical marijuana under certain conditions …
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Pepperdine University’s Angela Hawken sat down with Book TV to talk about the pros and cons of marijuana legalization. This interview, recorded at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, is part of Book TV’s College Series.
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Governor Christie was unmoved by recent pro-marijuana activism in New Jersey.
National Advocate and Mother Brings Together Thousands of American Families to Support Access to Life-Saving Therapeutic Hemp Oil
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 11, 2015
Thousands of American families joined together today to launch the Coalition for Access Now – a nonprofit organization that will educate the public and lawmakers regarding the health benefits of therapeutic hemp oil for the treatment of chronic health conditions. The Coalition will work to coordinate and amplify the voices of parents, grandparents, and other caregivers who seek to make their case to legislators and regulators at every level of government for immediate and, in many cases, life-saving access to therapeutic hemp oil.
Led by nationally known mother and advocate, Paige Figi, whose 8-year-old daughter Charlotte demonstrated to the world the positive health impacts of therapeutic hemp oil – a therapy that is now known as “Charlotte’s Web” – the Coalition will work to free the thousands of medical refugees who have been forced to uproot their families, quit their jobs in many cases, and transplant to Colorado or other states simply because federal and state laws do not permit access to therapeutic hemp oil.
“Access to therapeutic hemp oil is the difference between life and death for my daughter, and there are thousands of parents across the country who are currently being forced into medical refugee status in order to get their own children this natural treatment,” said Paige Figi. “Our mission is to educate lawmakers and families and break down the barriers that are keeping children from this treatment option.”
Therapeutic hemp oil, a cannabis-derived treatment with low-THC (the chemical that produces a psychotropic effect) and high-CBD (a known anticonvulsant) has been shown to reduce seizures in some children and adults who suffer from them regularly. Prior to gaining access to therapeutic hemp oil, Charlotte Figi was experiencing approximately 1200 grand mal seizures per month, which served to stunt her emotional and mental development. That number has diminished to roughly two per month.
“The families and caregivers of children in dire need do not have years to wait for bureaucracies to sort out the safety and efficacy of a natural substance that we already know works,” said Figi. “We urge lawmakers across this country to free these families and let them do what is most basic to them as parents – care for their children.”
As a cannabis derivative, the oil extracted from high CBD/low THC cannabis is trapped under the same legal restrictions as marijuana – a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law, and banned by most states. This despite the fact that the United States is the largest hemp importer in the world, and that a consumer can buy a litany of imported hemp products on Amazon and in the grocery store.
The Coalition is incorporated in Colorado, and will drive its communications operations out of Washington DC where it has retained the national communications strategy firm Nahigian Strategies, LLC. The Coalition will serve as a clearinghouse for families seeking to use their voices, but also a resource for federal and state lawmakers, regulators, and media.
To learn more about the Coalition for Access Now, visit http://www.CoalitionforAccessNow.org.
The Coalition for Access Now – a non-profit organization of thousands of American families – was formed to educate the public and lawmakers regarding the health benefits of therapeutic hemp oil – a therapy that is now known as “Charlotte’s Web” for the treatment of chronic health conditions. Due to current interstate commerce issues, the therapeutic hemp oil is only available in California, Colorado, and Virginia. This limited access has created thousands of medical refugees nationally. Amidst the ongoing debate on the legalization of marijuana in the U.S., the Coalition works to inform the public on the differences between the hemp oil of Charlotte’s Web and marijuana.
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First marijuana legalization ballot measure set for 2016, advocates say
Hoping to build on consecutive electoral victories, advocates say they have secured the first state marijuana legalization ballot measure for 2016. Nevada state lawmakers had until Saturday to take action on the ballot measure, which would legalize …
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ResponsibleOhio's marijuana legalization amendment clears initial hurdle
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine certified a proposed amendment to legalize marijuana in Ohio. ResponsibleOhio, the group backing the ballot issue, has to clear one more hurdle before collecting more than 305,591 signatures of Ohio voters to qualify …
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Marijuana Legalization In Illinois: Medical Patients Restless As Delays Hamper …
Illinois became the 20th U.S. state to legalize marijuana for medical purposes, however the law was criticized by some as being too narrow. A jar of medical marijuana is displayed at the medical marijuana farmers market at the California Heritage …
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