“High There!” = Tinder 4 Tokers
Mar25

“High There!” = Tinder 4 Tokers

Seen this?   [image: Google images "High...

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Dr. Gupta Explains How Cannabis Works
Mar20

Dr. Gupta Explains How Cannabis Works

Looks like Dr. Gupta's change of heart re: cannabis was real.  Let's let him explain how the healing herb works.   [image: Google images "Dr....

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Mary’s Medicinals Still Going Strong
Mar19

Mary’s Medicinals Still Going Strong

Just about one year ago HMJ reviewed a transdermal patch created by a medical outfit calling itself Mary's Medicinals.  We are happy to report, and offer as an example of the emerging cannabis economy, that the company is still around and offering more products and on-going research.   To meet the growing need for accurately dosed, discreet medical cannabis options, Mary's offers a variety of isolated and blended cannabinoids...

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MMJ Backlash in Vallejo, CA
Mar19

MMJ Backlash in Vallejo, CA

In California, Attorney James Anthony is taking point in the defense of medical marijuana.  Here's an update on what's going on with mmj in Vallejo. .  Next week Tuesday 3/24, the Vallejo City Council will waste over $2 million dollars on an issue that is not a major priority—and that should be making money for the City, not costing it. Medical marijuana dispensaries are not a priority issue on anyone’s list in Vallejo. There are...

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MMJ For Pain Instead of Big Pharma
Mar17

MMJ For Pain Instead of Big Pharma

In Rhode Island medical marijuana is replacing opioids for pain.   Investigators at Brown University in Providence and the University of Arkansas reported that over two-thirds of respondents (69 percent) used cannabis to treat chronic pain and that the majority (56 percent) indicated that they had used cannabis as a substitute for pharmaceutical drugs, primarily opioids. Over 90 percent of respondents reported that cannabis was...

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Support for the Senate MMJ Bill
Mar16

Support for the Senate MMJ Bill

A group called "Patients Out of Time" has endorsed the bill now in the U.S. Senate.  Here's what that bill will do when it becomes law.   The Senate bill represents the most far-reaching reform of the nation’s drug laws since passage of the Controlled Substances Act in 1970. If enacted in its present form the bill would end the federal prohibition of medical marijuana, allowing states to set their own policies. The bill also...

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