University of Pittsburgh’s MMJ Study for Sickle Cell


The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has turned its focus on research about sickle cell anemia treatment. The study is about finding a way to use medical marijuana to treat sickle cell anemia pain in sickle cell patients.  The research program runs on a $3million grant. ... Read More

Dispensaries In Missouri Are Still Not Open?


Medical marijuana became legal and growing begun in Missouri a year ago. It was exciting news for tens of thousands of cardholders and caregivers. They had all been waiting to buy the medicine for a long time legally from dispensaries.  But 22 months later, no cannabis dispensari ... Read More

Clinical Shows Microdosing Levels Relieve Pain


Microdosing is an act of taking an extremely low dose of an active drug compound for treatment. It is becoming a common practice within the alternative medicine and cannabis community, as states continue to legalize medical marijuana.  Some patients who may benefit from cannabis t ... Read More

Thailand Privatizes MMJ to Help Economy


Thailand depends on tourism and agriculture for its economic stability. It is now ailing economic-wise. Like every other country coping with Covid-19.  But, it looks like some new rules are in place to boost the other sectors of the economy.  One of the only recession and pandem ... Read More

Minnesota Senator on Marijuana Legal Reform


On the Senate floor, Senator Tina Smith(D-MN) talked about her new marijuana legalization bill. She is the senator who sponsored a "Substance Regulation and Safety Act" that got introduced in July. Smith stated that legalizing cannabis could help law enforcement devote more resources to s ... Read More

Businesses Ready For The “Shroom” Boom


A new variety of functional food and medicine is mushrooming for businesses. This is due to the increasing international legalization of psilocybin, an active mushroom ingredient. This has allowed international companies to create new foods, drinks, and medicines. But not in the United St ... Read More

Inhalables Favored Among Baby Boomers


Many people are surprised at the sales data, that points to a clear preference for inhalables, for American adults 65 years of age and up.  As the Baby Boomer generation has entered retirement, they are learning about alternative options for pain and symptom management.  In t ... Read More

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana’s Different Approach


Oklahoma was the state with the most stringent marijuana laws in the past. Today it is one of the fastest-growing medical-cannabis states.. Oklahoma boasts a very expansive medical marijuana program now, and has been dubbed “The Wild West” of medical marijuana.   Oklahoma ... Read More

Oklahoma Suspends Enforcement Regulations


After facing litigation, the Oklahoma AG’s office made an announcement early in July. The announcement stated that the state would temporarily suspend the enforcement of some cannabis business regulations. These regulations threatened to close some medical cannabis dispensaries. This wa ... Read More

Athletes Like Strong Man “The Mountain” Love CBD


Champions+Legends, a CBD-based sports supplement company, launched and made a significant announcement. The brand's first set of athlete partners was officially known. The two partners were Two-time Super Bowl champion James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Thor "the Mountain" Bjor ... Read More

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