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    Cannabis perceived as less dangerous than liquor when it comes to driving: study

    With cannabis legalization still fresh on the scene, a new study from the Canadian Automobile Association [CAA] shows many young drivers aged 18 to 34 feel they’re better able to drive after consuming cannabis than alcohol. The study polled young Canadians on how likely they were to drive after consuming alcohol or cannabis. Eighty-nine per cent said […] More

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    At 85, Willie Nelson releases his 67th album and a weed strain to go with it

    In case we didn’t already know he’s a badass. Having just turned 85 last week, country and stoner legend Willie Nelson wants his fans to know he’s not about to mellow out. To steady acclaim, Nelson just released ‘Last Man Standing,’ his 67th studio album, leaving only 18 years of the artist’s life in which […] More

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    Please try Cannabis! It will replace your 10000 pills

    If anyone hasn’t tried this for pain, sleep or inflammation. It will replace your 10000 pills. You will not be glued to the bed with debilitating side effects. Please try Cannabis! And don’t just think it’s an joint passed around the room. I use syrup at night and cream!! Stop the stigma! Medical Cannabis! admin More

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    Medical Marijuana and Lupus: What You Need to Know

    What is Lupus? Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect various parts of the body, primarily the skin, joints, kidney, and brain. The disease affects the immune system, causing it to become hyperactive. Normally the system makes proteins (antibodies) in order to fight antigens (viruses & bacteria). Lupus causes the immune system to […] More

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    Ohio’s first legal marijuana sale is happening this Wednesday

    It will happen Wednesday morning at Cresco Labs’ CY+ Dispensary, located in Wintersville, Ohio. The dispensary will open its doors at 9 a.m. to physician-certified patients from across the state ,offering a selection of marijuana flower products from three of the operational growers in the state. Cresco Labs, one of the largest vertically integrated multistate […] More

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    Congressman introduces federal bill to regulate marijuana like alcohol

    PORTLAND, Ore. — A bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat from Oregon, seeks to regulate marijuana like alcohol. The bill introduced Wednesday would take Cannabis off the federal controlled substances list and establish a nationally regulated industry overseen by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Blumenauer has long advocated legalizing […] More

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    Using Topical Cannabis for Skin and Joint Conditions

    There are many different ways to use cannabis. You may be surprised to find out that one of the oldest often overlooked ways to use cannabis does not involve getting “high” or consuming the herb at all. For centuries, one of the most profound ways to reap the medical benefits of the plant was to […] More

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    Study Shows States With Medical Marijuana Have a Higher Birth Rate

    One study has found a correlation between states with legal cannabis and the number of babies being born. It could be seen as a sign of marijuana legalization’s stunning, worldview-smashing success that cannabis has acquired its own version of climate-change deniers, a loud minority who choose to ignore the prevailing findings accepted by mainstream science […] More

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    ‘Dr. Marijuana’ suspended for indiscriminately referring thousands of patients for medical weed

    Anthony Anzalone once called himself “Dr. Marijuana” and advertises as “NJGreenMD” because he was among the first physicians to participate in New Jersey’s medicinal marijuana program and claimed he referred more patients than any of his peers. On Thursday, Anzalone earned the dubious distinction of being the first doctor associated with the program to jeopardize […] More

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    Scientists Get the Green Light to Resurrect the Dead With Stem Cells

    (Minds) Bioquark, a biotech company based in the United States, has been given the go-ahead to begin research on 20 brain-dead patients, in an attempt to stimulate and regrow neurons and, literally, bring the patients back from the dead. The technique is new and untested so the study will likely be controversial. By implanting stem cells in the patient’s […] More

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