Thai Cannabis Clinic Sees Thousands of Patients in Its First Week

Thailand’s first official cannabis clinic is overflowing with patients. Within the first 10 days of the health center’s grand opening, cannabis caregivers have attended to 4,639 patients, according to the Nation/Asia News Network. An additional 12,000 people are seeking appointments until March. Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul visited the marijuana-based clinic which is run under […]

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Kiva’s New CBN Gummies Are Designed to Help You Sleep

California-based edibles brand Kiva is launching a new gummy today and with it a rather bold statement: “CBD IS DEAD.” The brand’s newest gummies, Camino Midnight Blueberry, represent its first foray into CBN, a cannabinoid that’s been known to do things like help improve sleep quality and ease restlessness. Even better, Kiva says it does […]

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Fighting the ‘Stoner Stigma’ as a Medical Cannabis Patient

Years ago, I started using cannabis to help regulate my pain. The patient-demonizing “War on Opiates” was just getting started, and filling my valid prescription was becoming harder and harder. Fast forward a few months, and I had completely weaned off 60 mg oxymorphone and 30 mg oxycodone daily. After about three months of using […]

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Veterans Affairs Canada Considers Expanding Cannabis Vaping Reimbursement Program Despite Health Concerns

Veterans Affairs Canada is considering adding disposable vaping pens to a reimbursement program that has spent more than $2-million on cannabis vaporizers for military vets since 2015, despite growing health concerns around those products. More than five years ago, the federal department classified vaporizers as medical devices and began reimbursing veterans and former RCMP officers […]

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School Won’t Allow Cannabis-Based Nasal Spray, So Teen With Epilepsy Pleads Case at Colorado Capitol

A state lawmaker is taking up the fight of a Douglas County teenager whose school district, he says, is discriminating against him. Sen. Chris Holbert shared Ben Wann’s story on the Senate floor. The teen has epilepsy. If he has a seizure, the only drug that could save his life is a cannabis-based nasal spray. […]

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Hot Box the House: Inside the Marijuana Bills Congress Will Debate This Week

Committee hearing will cover six bills that deal with legalization, cannabis research, and medical marijuana. On Wednesday, the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health will hold a hearing centered around six pieces of marijuana legislation, including two bills that would legalize marijuana on a federal level. A briefing memo for the hearing, obtained by […]

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Cannabis Could Be Used to Treat Bladder Cancer in Dogs, Guelph Researchers Say

Sam Hocker hopes research will pave the way to a possible alternative to treat cancer in dogs. Guelph researchers hope to find out whether cannabis can be used as a possible treatment for bladder cancer in dogs as part of one of the first studies exploring the subject since legalization. Over the next three years, […]

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Seniors Gather in Penticton to Learn More About Cannabis

A large gathering of cannabis-curious seniors turned up at the Pentiction Seniors’ Drop-In Centre on Monday. Close to 100 seniors packed the facility — not for cards or billiards, but instead to find out how legal marijuana can ease their aches and pains. The information session was hosted by Wellworth Health, a company that provides […]

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Thailand Set to Deliver First Batch of Medical Marijuana

Thailand plans to distribute about 10,000 bottles of cannabis oil next week for hospital patients, a government official said on Thursday, the first official use of medical marijuana since a law legalizing it came into effect this year. The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) will deliver 4,500 5ml bottles of cannabis oil to the Ministry of […]

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