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Fri
13
Aug

5 Reasons CBD Remains in the Limelight every time

CBD-infused items abound at dispensaries and e-commerce sites, ranging from conventional forms like a flower, tinctures, salves, and wax to more fashionable options like pet treats, infused water, coffee, and ice cream.

Cannabidiol oil appears to be touted as a wonder cure-all by everyone. While it won’t give you superpowers, it’s quickly becoming a popular option for people who wish to get the benefits of cannabis’ therapeutic qualities without affecting their mental state.

 

Benefits of CBD that makes it Remain in the Limelight every time

While CBD oil has been the talk of the town for the past year or so, the hype alone isn’t enough to convince you to try a new treatment.

Fri
13
Aug

Medical Cannabis Market In-detail Analysis till 2027 & COVID-19 Effect on Industry

The latest research report on Medical Cannabis market takes the reader through every crucial aspect that impacts the trajectory and the current industry data and upcoming trends of the industry. The universal Medical Cannabis market analysis report gives us an in-depth overview of the research trends for the financial year 2021. This report studies the Medical Cannabis industry on various parameters such as the raw materials, cost, and technology and consumer preference. It also provides with important market credentials such as the history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and also market competitors.

Fri
13
Aug

Cannabis 101: Everything and Inbetween THC

Cannabis, THC, and marijuana are among the most talked about topics in our society today, and there are probably few people who are not familiar with them. Although THC is socially relevant, most people are likely unaware of its historical background. There are many questions around cannabis, primarily THC. We are here to help. Learn what you need to know to no longer be one of those people who do not know! Check out more  details online from Homegrown Cannabis Co.

 

Fri
13
Aug

How Can You Tell How Much CBD And THC Is In Your Weed?

Cannabis farmers tend to aim for high THC content cultivars of weed when they’re creating a new strain, without giving much thought to the effect these compounds have on the user’s body.

The potency of cannabis is determined by the content level of CBD and THC compounds present in the plant. So, it is normal to be curious about the exact amount of THC and CBD present in a cannabis product before smoking.

In the last decade, hundreds of new strains of cannabis have been created giving smokers a wide range of options to choose from. No two strains of weed can offer exactly the same characteristics. The taste and aftereffects of each cultivar will be distinct from one another.

Thu
12
Aug

FDA objects to Charlotte’s Web safety notice for hemp extract

A notification to FDA by Charlotte’s Web to demonstrate the safety of its full-spectrum hemp extract was met with objections in a letter made public Wednesday, underscoring regulatory challenges plaguing the hemp-based CBD market in the U.S.

The development highlights Congress must intervene to clear a pathway for hemp-based CBD products, several industry executives said.

“This is just simply a clarion call for the passage of legislation to provide a legal pathway for the sale of CBD,” said Jonathan Miller, general counsel to the U.S. Hemp Roundtable, in an interview.

Thu
12
Aug

If NC legalizes medical marijuana, what would be allowed? Here are some answers

The North Carolina Senate is considering Senate Bill 711, The Compassionate Care Act, which would legalize medical marijuana in this state.

The sponsors say this act would give North Carolina the strictest medical marijuana law in the country.

Below are some questions and answers about who could get medical marijuana and how a medical marijuana law would be implemented if S711 becomes law.

This information is current as of  early August 2021 and is subject to change. The latest version of S711 is available at the N.C. General Assembly website.

Rules for patients

How would someone qualify to get medical marijuana?

Thu
12
Aug

Michigan Funding Two Major Medical Cannabis Research Projects For $20M

When voters approved legalizing recreational marijuana in November 2018, at least $40 million in tax revenue was slated to study marijuana’s effect on PTSD.

By Maureen Meehan

The state of Michigan is funding two major medical cannabis research projects to the tune of $20 million with tax revenue from the state’s recreational marijuana program, announced Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA).

Wed
11
Aug

CBD Oil vs. Hemp Seed Oil: What’s the Difference?

Thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD containing less than 0.3% of THC (the psychoactive component of marijuana) is everywhere. And hemp seed oil in products has been around for decades. But aren’t CBD oil and hemp seed oil the same thing? Not quite.

While both are derived from the cannabis sativa plant and both are legal at the federal level, they are more like cousins than identical twins. Unfortunately, the terms are sometimes used interchangeably or in misleading ways in advertising. Often, both are misnomered as “hemp oil,” which neither truly is. Let’s clear things up.

Tue
10
Aug

Veterans Push for Medical Marijuana in Conservative South

 Each time Chayse Roth drives home to North Carolina, he notices the highway welcome signs that declare: “Nation’s Most Military Friendly State.”

“That’s a powerful thing to claim,” said Roth, a former Marine Corps gunnery sergeant who served multiple deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Now he says he’s calling on the state to live up to those words. A Wilmington resident, Roth is advocating for lawmakers to pass a bill that would legalize medical marijuana and allow veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and other debilitating conditions to use it for treatment.

Tue
10
Aug

Veterans Push for Medical Marijuana in Conservative South

 Each time Chayse Roth drives home to North Carolina, he notices the highway welcome signs that declare: “Nation’s Most Military Friendly State.”

“That’s a powerful thing to claim,” said Roth, a former Marine Corps gunnery sergeant who served multiple deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Now he says he’s calling on the state to live up to those words. A Wilmington resident, Roth is advocating for lawmakers to pass a bill that would legalize medical marijuana and allow veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and other debilitating conditions to use it for treatment.

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