Cannabis Advocates To Hand Out Joints At Trump Inauguration
Jan08

Cannabis Advocates To Hand Out Joints At Trump Inauguration

A group of political cannabis legalization advocates plan to hand out thousands of joints during the President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration of 2017. Pro-Cannabis organization, the DCMJ, will begin distributing 4,200 joints at 8 a.m. on Jan. 20 on the west side of Dupont Circle. The participants will then walk to the National Mall. At 4 minutes and 20 seconds into Trump’s speech, DCMJ founder Adam Eidinger says protesters will...

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Why You Should Be Eating Raw Weed
Jan06

Why You Should Be Eating Raw Weed

If you’re familiar with cannabis, then you know that raw cannabis is non-psychoactive. Because of that fact, you might be wondering why you would ever want to eat unheated weed. Well, this herb may actually turn out to be one of the most nutritionally valuable plants we’ve found yet. Cannabis is a superfood. This incredibly unique plant contains over 400 different chemical compounds. The number of vitamins, essential oils, and acids...

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Governor Of Vermont Issues 192 Pardons For Minor Cannabis Crimes
Jan04

Governor Of Vermont Issues 192 Pardons For Minor Cannabis Crimes

Nearly 200 people had minor marijuana convictions wiped from their records Tuesday when Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin issued pardons to those who he said were still facing stigma and “very real struggles” that often accompany drug convictions. Shumlin, who leaves office Thursday, had urged people convicted of minor marijuana crimes prior to when the state decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana in 2013 to...

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Hollywood Sign Altered To Read ‘HollyWEED’ In Apparent New Year’s Eve Prank
Jan01

Hollywood Sign Altered To Read ‘HollyWEED’ In Apparent New Year’s Eve Prank

According to ABC7, Hollywood residents awoke Sunday morning to find the iconic Hollywood sign had been altered to read “HollyWEED” in an apparent New Year’s Eve prank. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department’s Hollywood Division said the agency was aware of the vandalism and a unit was dispatched to Mount Lee to investigate. The LAPD also notified the city’s Department of General Services,...

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Cannabinoid Oil Saves Baby’s Life By Dissolving Brain Tumor After Family Rejects Chemotherapy
Dec30

Cannabinoid Oil Saves Baby’s Life By Dissolving Brain Tumor After Family Rejects Chemotherapy

The father of an eight months old baby refused to put his child under chemo and radiation and decided to go for a non-conventional treatment to eliminate the inoperable brain tumor by utilizing cannabis oil. The baby was given the oil by dabbing the pacifier in it and the dosage was gradually increased. After two months of cannabis oil therapy the tumor has shrunk to the point where the traditional therapy wasn’t needed. By the next 4...

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Canada’s Arthritis Society Funds Cannabis For Fibromyalgia Study
Dec30

Canada’s Arthritis Society Funds Cannabis For Fibromyalgia Study

Canada’s Arthritis Society has awarded a three-year research grant to McGill University’s Dr. Mark Ware to explore the use of medical cannabis as a fibromyalgia treatment – making it the second round of medical cannabis research funded by the organization in the last 18 months. According to Statistics Canada numbers from 2014, the chronic pain condition affects nearly 520,000 Canadians – of which about 347,500 are women. Janet Yale,...

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Finnish Police Chief Jari Aarnio Jailed For Trafficking 791 Kilos of Hash
Dec29

Finnish Police Chief Jari Aarnio Jailed For Trafficking 791 Kilos of Hash

Jari Aarnio, former head of Helsinki’s drug police, was sentenced to 10 years in jail for aggravated narcotics offences and other crimes on Thursday. The Helsinki District Court handed Aarnio the full sentence demanded by prosecutors. According to the District Court, Aarnio was the infamous “Pasila man” who led an operation to import 791 kilograms of hash to Finland. The drugs, stored in barrels, were brought in between March 2011 and...

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Should Google Allow Medical Marijuana Advertisements?
Dec29

Should Google Allow Medical Marijuana Advertisements?

Google’s advertising policy prohibits the promotion of mind altering substances, but what if the the product is used for strictly medical purposes then shouldn’t advertisements be ok? Vireo Health of New York is battling Google over its policies blocking digital advertising for marijuana-based drugs. Vireo sent a letter this week to Google urging the Internet search company to accept its medical-marijuana advertisements, according to...

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How To Pass A Drug Test For Cannabis
Dec28

How To Pass A Drug Test For Cannabis

Sometimes it can be good to detox a bit and flush marijuana out of your system, and sometimes you have no choice because you really want that job you applied for and you know you’re going to be drug tested. Life’s rough, man. But although THC only stays in your system for a week, seven days exactly, passing a drug test can be more of a challenge for heavier smokers. However, there are ways to help you clean out your system, and it’s a...

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A Cannabis Business Park Covering 1 Million Square Feet Is Opening in Massachusetts
Dec28

A Cannabis Business Park Covering 1 Million Square Feet Is Opening in Massachusetts

California is at the forefront of the US medical cannabis industry, and weed’s positive impact on the state’s economy has been huge, generating $2.8 billion in 2015, with $6.5 billion annually expected by 2020. The state’s largest grow facility was announced in June 2016 by GFarms, and is slated to be built in the town of Desert Hot Springs, which declared itself insolvent in 2014 and is now experiencing a real estate boom thanks to...

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Massachusetts State Senate Votes To Delay Opening of Cannabis Dispensaries Until July 2018
Dec28

Massachusetts State Senate Votes To Delay Opening of Cannabis Dispensaries Until July 2018

The Massachusetts State Senate quickly passed a bill this morning pushing back the opening of recreational cannabis dispensaries by six months — or until July 2018 — in what would be a major shift in the newly passed law legalizing weed. The bill, which sailed through an informal session, now moves to the House, where it’s expected to be taken up today. If passed, it would then go to the desk of Gov. Charlie Baker, who would have to...

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Cannabis Sales 2016 Surge For Christmas In States Where It’s Legal
Dec27

Cannabis Sales 2016 Surge For Christmas In States Where It’s Legal

Cannabis was apparently the real winner this Christmas after retail shops in states where the drug is legal saw sales increase by 21-percent leading up to the holiday on Sunday. Baker, a marijuana-software firm that runs customer-service systems in dispensaries, said pot sales were up significantly in states with legal medical and recreational marijuana use including California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico and...

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Former DEA Spokesperson Claims Marijuana is a ‘Cash Cow’ and ‘We Will Never Give Up’
Dec23

Former DEA Spokesperson Claims Marijuana is a ‘Cash Cow’ and ‘We Will Never Give Up’

Twelve years ago, former DEA propagandist Belita Nelson quit her job after spending six years (1998-2004) as an international media representative for the anti-drugs agency. Since leaving the DEA, Nelson has become an advocate for cannabis reform and the expanding of research into the use of medical cannabis treatments. Nelson — who, during her time there, eventually became the DEA’s chief propagandist — told a crowd at the Marijuana...

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Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells in Preclinical Studies
Dec23

Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells in Preclinical Studies

The National Cancer Institute lists Cannabis as a treatment for people with cancer-related symptoms caused by the disease itself or its treatment. On 16 July 2015, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) updated the FAQ on their web site, Cancer.gov, which now includes multiple facts about cannabis and its effect upon cancer cells. Not only has cannabis been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, but a small part of the...

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New Study Shows Traffic Fatalities Decline In States Where Cannabis Is Legal
Dec22

New Study Shows Traffic Fatalities Decline In States Where Cannabis Is Legal

States with medical cannabis laws have fewer traffic fatalities than those without, especially among younger drivers, a new study has found. Using data from the 1985–2014 Fatality Analysis Reporting System, researchers “examined the association between MMLs [medical marijuana laws] and traffic fatalities in multilevel regression models while controlling for contemporaneous secular trends.” They examined this association “separately...

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