Everyone is talking about medical cannabis. In the US, more than anywhere, white men in suits have started to smell the green. With military-like strategy they are taking territory on a new economic terrain. The current route of socially acceptable cannabis sometimes appears to be the road to Babylon.
Swedish speaker, coach, hemp and cannabis advocate, Ann Charlotte Stewart, PhD, lives with her mother on one of the oldest farms in Sweden. Established in 1490, fifteen generations of her family have been raised here. As of 2018, they are now proudly growing hemp.
One year ago, a change in the law allowed doctors in the UK to prescribe medicinal cannabis.
Like most teenagers, Lucy Stafford has plans. Normal plans. The plans anyone makes as they progress into adulthood. She wants to complete her degree, spend time with friends and family, and explore her independence.
Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) doctors will be allowed to hand out ‘cannabis-based products’ once they have undertaken the appropriate training.
Martyn Perkins said views on industrial cultivation were “rapidly changing” and a delay could mean “missing the boat” in financial terms.
Politicians contacted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution gave no reason why no one has been appointed to the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission.
The analysis focused on seven studies, five of which concluded medical marijuana may be associated with benefits such as: decreased opioid overdose rates, decreased opioid use, improved quality of life and improved pain control.
A pet owner who was faced with the heartbreaking decision of whether to put her beloved dog down after he was given just days to live says cannabis oil saved his life.
Mexico‘s Senate will vote for a bill to fully legalise marijuana in the next few days, a key lawmaker told Reuters, marking a major step towards changing the country’s approach to the drug by removing it as a source of income for violent drug gangs.