Legal Haze Clouds Cannabis For Pets

Legal Haze Clouds Cannabis For Pets December 23, 2016 12:39 PM Tom Banse Dogs don't need marijuana to act a little high. Share See comments OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON — Largely overlooked in the aftermath of the November elections was the fact that more than half of U.S. states have now legalized medical marijuana. Another eight also allow the use of recreational marijuana. But if pot is okay for people, does it follow that it's also good for our pets?

Legal Haze Clouds Cannabis For Pets

Legal Haze Clouds Cannabis For Pets December 23, 2016 12:39 PM Tom Banse Dogs don't need marijuana to act a little high. Share See comments OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON — Largely overlooked in the aftermath of the November elections was the fact that more than half of U.S. states have now legalized medical marijuana. Another eight also allow the use of recreational marijuana. But if pot is okay for people, does it follow that it's also good for our pets?

High hopes among businesses awaiting recreational pot law

TORONTO -- It's Sunday afternoon and Toronto's Centre for Social Innovation is packed full of marijuana enthusiasts perusing tables of goods. Everything from marijuana-infused barbecue sauce to medicated body rubs is available at Green Market, where artisans peddle their various craft cannabis products. Such events, which sell to patients and casual users alike, operate within a foggy regulatory environment.

FDA approves large-scale clinical trials of ecstasy to treat patients with PTSD

US scientists will treat 230 patients with the rave drug ecstasy aka MDMA MDMA is classed Class A (Schedule 1 in the US) alongside heroin and LSD It is known for giving clubbers a psychotic feeling of happiness But researchers claim it could help ease symptoms of autism or PTSD The FDA has approved large-scale clinical trials of ecstasy to treat patients with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Bureaucratic Incompetents And The Marijuana Boom: Who Will Win?

This post Bureaucratic Incompetents And The Marijuana Boom: Who Will Win? appeared first on Daily Reckoning . On Election Day, states from sea to shining sea legalized marijuana for recreational and medical use, getting high or getting better. Now, despite pot still being federally illegal, it has become legal in 28 states.

Someone Needs To Take a Stand Against This Marijuana Industry Bully

On Election Day, residents of California made their vote to become the world’s biggest legal marijuana market, along with seven more states who also voted yes on recreational or medical pot. Originally, President-elect Donald Trump’s shocking victory didn’t seem to pose an immediate threat to the legal pot industry; Trump isn’t popular in the cannabis world, but he’s not seen as a committed prohibitionist either.

Governor of Maine Wants To ‘Do Away’ With Medical Marijuana

Avid Donald Trump supporter, Governor Paul LePage, tried to convince Maine voters that legalizing recreational marijuana would be a “deadly” disaster for the state, to no avail. The Governor of Maine is now trying to do away with medicinal cannabis.

On Election Day voters barely approved question 1, which legalizes two and a half ounces of cannabis and six mature plants for adults 21 and over. Since the margin of victory was so close, the opponents requested a recount.

Ask Dr. Mitch: Weeding Truth

Dr. Mitch Earleywine, the author of Understanding Marijuana and The Parents’ Guide to Marijuana, dishes on opiate addiction, seizures, cannabidivarin and booze.

Can we use marijuana to solve this country’s opiate-addiction epidemic? —Poppy

Hi Poppy, Many former opiate addicts have used the plant to help them stay off hard drugs. We don’t yet have data from randomized clinical trials where some folks get the plant and others don’t, but what’s an opiate addict got to lose in the meantime?

Ask Dr. Mitch: Weeding Truth

Dr. Mitch Earleywine, the author of Understanding Marijuana and The Parents’ Guide to Marijuana, dishes on opiate addiction, seizures, cannabidivarin and booze.

Can we use marijuana to solve this country’s opiate-addiction epidemic? —Poppy

Hi Poppy, Many former opiate addicts have used the plant to help them stay off hard drugs. We don’t yet have data from randomized clinical trials where some folks get the plant and others don’t, but what’s an opiate addict got to lose in the meantime?

Canabidiol - Turning High-Tech Into 'High' Tech: Behind Israel's Blooming Medical Cannabis Industry

dezembro 20, 2016 RM Consult comentários Turning High-Tech Into ‘High’ Tech: Behind Israel’s Blooming Medical Cannabis Industry Some of the recent studies coming out of Israel show that marijuana can heal bone fractures ; is able to relieve the pain associated with Parkinson’s disease; and that small quantities of cannabis can prevent brain damage , and even halt the spread of cancer .

3 Beginner Grow Tips of the Week | Dec. 20, 2016

Tuesday’s tips for beginner growers are brought to you by HIGH TIMES Cultivation Editor Nico Escondido.

1. A cannabis plant needs six primary resources to grow well: water, light, medium, nutrients, oxygen, and C02. While these elements are all important, light is the most essential as photosynthesis absolutely cannot occur without it. Choose your lamp or outdoor patch wisely.