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Legalize Medical Marijuana in the Philippines

Will Duterte Legalize Medical Marijuana in the Philippines?


icon  18 Aug, 2017  /  icon  3        Author: Jake Methow

Last year, just a few days after winning the election, President Rodrigo Duterte discussed his stance on medical marijuana in several press interviews. He claimed to be personally supportive of legalizing cannabis for medical reasons. When asked by a TV reporter, Duterte had this to say, “Medicinal marijuana, yes, because it is really an ingredient of modern medicine.” He continued, “There are medicines being developed, or are now in the market, that contain marijuana for medical purposes.” However, Mr. Duterte also said that he would demand strict regulatory processes to ensure that only those who really need cannabis would have access to it. He is certainly not in favor of legalizing it recreationally. Two years ago, 24 percent of the House of Representatives, or 70 congressional representatives, endorsed the original bill legalizing medical marijuana. It underwent revision and is now the Philippine Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act, or simply House Bill …

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Israel to Begin Exporting Medical Cannabis

Israel to Begin Exporting Medical Cannabis in a Big Way


icon  17 Aug, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Paul Dillan

On Sunday, an interministerial committee consisting of Israel’s Health and Finance Ministries announced its approval of exporting medical marijuana. This will generate an estimated NIS 1 billion to NIS 4 billion extra every year for the state. Now, any operation that meets the necessary requirements may get a license to cultivate, produce, distribute, or store medical cannabis. Globally, the average price for weed is approximately $10 per gram. Medical marijuana prices are steadily growing, however. In 2000, the world was producing roughly 1.3 tons for the cannabis exporting industry, but by 2014, this production grew to a whopping 57.3 tons. The State of Israel sees the opportunities this growth provides, and it is taking decisive steps to get in on the export market. According to Israel’s Finance Minister, Moshe Kahlon, “The export of medical cannabis is an industry with significant economic potential for the State of Israel. It will strengthen …

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Legal Marijuana States Attempt to Stop Illegal Smuggling


icon  16 Aug, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Jake Methow

Long before cannabis became legal in Oregon, people were growing weed extensively throughout its thick, wet forests. The climate was simply ideal, and growers were sending it across state lines for bigger profits. Nowadays, smuggling continues, only this time, it is legally grown cannabis leaving the state. All of this trafficking is putting major strain on America’s multibillion-dollar cannabis industry. In response to this risk, weed-friendly states are doing everything they possibly can to stop this diversion, despite the fact that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is pressing for more enforcement of federal marijuana laws. Seed-to-sale tracking systems are helping states monitor their legal market, and they see this software as the best way to defeat illegal cannabis smuggling. The goal of seed-to-sale technology is to track legal marijuana from the field or greenhouse where it grows, to the shop that sells it, and finally to the person who consumes …

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marijuana and your health

The Great Debate On Marijuana And Your Health


icon  13 Aug, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

For decades marijuana has been viewed as a dangerous drug and the gateway to destruction. Recently even the biggest of skeptics are starting to turn around on this topic. This could be because of the studies that show that marijuana can be beneficial to your health. This wasn’t an accident either. Outspoken members of the cannabis community have worked tirelessly to change people’s minds. But, will new studies start to erase all of the progress they have made? Just this week information came out claiming that marijuana can have a surprisingly negative effect on your health. While this study is still new, the claims are shocking to say the least. The claim is that people who use marijuana are more likely to have heart problems like hypertension later in life. This study was done by The European Society of Cardiology. According to SAGE Journals people who use marijuana regularly are …

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cannabis cultivation Santa Barbara

Concerned Residents Lash Out At Cannabis Cultivation in Santa Barbara


icon  12 Aug, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Jake Methow

Despite a few rolled eyes, sneaky scoffs, and knowing stares, the atmosphere at Santa Barbara County’s environmental scoping meeting on July 27 was mostly calm and collected, if not quite submissive. The meeting’s topic attracted many vehemently concerned about it, all voicing their fears about cannabis cultivation in the area. Held in the Santa Maria Betteravia Government Center with about 40 people in attendance, at least 10 members of the community spoke out about the water needs of grow operations, the smell of marijuana fields, the traffic that grow farms would attract, and the potential noise it will bring to the county’s much-cherished peace and quiet. A few cultivators joined the fray in an attempt to alleviate apprehensions the public may have about cannabis cultivation in Santa Barbara. Walter Taylor, a county resident, had this to say, “I want to point out that cannabis is a crop and it is …

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Tensions Over Marijuana Legalization

Tensions Continue to Broil Over Marijuana Legalization


icon  10 Aug, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

Earlier this month, U.S. Senator Corey Booker, D-N.J., introduced a bill to get marijuana legalized at the federal level. Called the ‘Marijuana Justice Act,’ this legislation would make cannabis legal across the country and protect the rights of states to make their own laws to regulate their industries. However, his bill faces one rather large obstacle. It has practically zero chance of becoming law in Washington’s current political climate, and media outlets, political analysts, and every professional with a chance to talk about it are not shy to acknowledge this as fact. According to Politico, it has “virtually no chance.” Even the most optimistic advocates of legalization agree. Rolling Stone said it “faces an uphill battle,” one impossible to win. The GOP is Boss Attempting to get cannabis legalized federally in today’s political environment appears an insurmountable hurdle. The GOP is actively suppressing all legislative and congressional actions in favor …

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Marijuana DEclassification

Feds Urged To Declassify Marijuana by State Lawmakers’ Group


icon  09 Aug, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Jake Methow

Clearly, lawmakers throughout the United States are becoming increasingly supportive of legalizing marijuana. Recently, the National Conference of State Legislatures petitioned the federal government to declassify cannabis and remove it from the Controlled Substances Act. It also wants states to have full authority to set their own marijuana policies, without any interference from the federal government. In a resolution adopted on Monday, the group argues that not only would this respect the rights of individual states, it would also enable marijuana businesses to access banking services and improve public safety in the process. Because banks are federally insured, they can face penalties for working with anyone in the cannabis industry. This forces companies to carry cash and risk their own safety. According to Karen O’Keefe from the Marijuana Policy Project, “State legislators and the vast majority of voters agree that marijuana policy should be left to the states.” In this …

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Marijuana Tourism Hub

California Ghost Town to Become Hub for Marijuana Tourism


icon  08 Aug, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

Nipton, a small ghost town edging the Mojave Desert in California, has a vivid history. In 1905, a trail of cattle ranchers passed through with their wagons. Not long after, the California Gold Rush brought miners in droves to the tiny desert town. Today, only six inhabitants populate this deserted place. That is about to change: The “Green Rush” is about to turn it into a popular marijuana town. Recently, American Green bought the little town for nearly $5 million. The cannabis-focused consultancy and technology company has plans to reinvent the town and make it a hotspot for marijuana tourism. It envisions a ganja paradise, a place where visitors can tour a cannabis farm, buy from the cannabis dispensaries, swim in the natural springs, and puff away freely at a weed-friendly bed and breakfast. One of the consultants on American Green’s Nipton development project, Stephen Shearin, discussed the company’s aims …

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Marijuana Growers in California

Marijuana Growers in California Face Major Obstacles


icon  07 Aug, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Jake Methow

Over the last few years, California has seen unstoppable growth in its legal cannabis industry. Sufficient sales data exists to prove this claim. According to ArcView, a marijuana research firm, legal pot sales in North America grew by 34 percent to $6.9 billion in 2016. By 2021, this would have grown by an annual rate of around 26 percent. Within five years, the North American market could be worth $22 billion. There is likely to be a lot more expansion of the state’s marijuana market. This growth in sales, coupled with a rapidly changing perception of marijuana among consumers, has been the catalyst driving investment in cannabis stocks over the last year. According to surveys by CBS News and Gallup, the number of people wanting marijuana legalized at the national level is at an all-time high. Today, medical marijuana is legal in 29 states. Another eight states have or are …

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Weddings Now Offer Open Cannabis Bar


icon  04 Aug, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Jake Methow

Is there nothing that millennials can’t come up with? They have revolutionized the way that people buy houses and start companies. So, is it really a surprise that they are now changing the wedding game? While not every idea they have is a winner, this one is sure to elevate any nuptial. Cannabis bars are popping up all over states where the recreational use of marijuana has been legalized. Much like typical bars, cannabis bars can be either cash or open. An open cannabis bar ensures that your guests can kick back and enjoy the day. What is a cannabis bar? Instead of an alcohol bar, cannabis bars offer a wide range of services depending on what distributer you work with. These bars offer everything from smoke, concentrates, and edibles. Imagine having a wedding cake made laced with cannabis. The best part about these innovative cannabis bars is that they …

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Marijuana Justice Act

Marijuana Justice Act Would Destroy Federal Marijuana Policy


icon  03 Aug, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Paul Dillan

A new congressional bill presented this week attempts to force government and marijuana to get along better. If both are on the same side, it could end a decades-long federal ban on the cannabis plant. The Marijuana Justice Act of 2017, introduced by New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker, tries to end prohibition at the federal level and address the impact that such a ban has on both government and citizens today. In a Facebook Live announcement, Booker advised the federal government to “get out of the illegal marijuana business. He hopes it will permit law enforcement to prioritize their spending and time on matters more serious than weed. The country is moving toward full marijuana legalization. Eight states and the District of Columbia now permit recreational weed use, without increasing violent crime rates. Booker has a valid point. These states are all enjoying increased revenues. Their police forces are freer …

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NFL and Marijuana

NFL To Consider Medical Marijuana for Pain Management in Players


icon  02 Aug, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Jake Methow

The National Football League is offering to work in tandem with the NFL Players Association to analyze the possible use of medical marijuana as a tool to manage pain among players. This is according to insiders familiar with the scenario. To date, this is the clearest indication that the league might be willing to cooperate with the union toward future cannabis use, which the sport currently bans. However, the NFLPA is busy with its own study. According to those in the know, it has yet to provide the NFL with a response to its suggestion to cooperate on cannabis-related research. As the NFL’s executive vice president of communications, Joe Lockhart, says, “We look forward to working with the Players Association on all issues involving the health and safety of our players.” According to the insider, the NFL wrote the union a letter, asking if, due to the NFLPA’s public comments …

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Marijuana Legalization Fueling Illegal Marijuana Market in Other States


icon  01 Aug, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Paul Dillan

In the past, people could only get weed in one of two ways: They had to either grow it illegally at home or purchase it on the black market. It is very different today. At least 205 million people now have access to legal marijuana, whether medicinally or recreationally, if they live in a state that allows it. Everyone else still relies on the illegal marijuana market, and smugglers are taking full advantage of it. Illegal traders are cultivating and shipping huge quantities of illegal weed throughout the United States. They are sending it via email, driving it across state lines, and some are even using skydiving planes to fly it. To hide the smell from police officers, they are vacuum sealing it and hiding it in car trunks and truck beds. On-duty officers patrolling the interstates are unable to stop this illicit trade. Most grow it in states where …

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Legal Marijuana Market

Legal Marijuana Market in California Could Generate $5B


icon  31 Jul, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Jake Methow

In 2016 Californian voters ratified a state ballet in favor of the legalization of recreational marijuana, in a ballet known as proposition 64. The ballot passed 56% to 64%. By January 2018, Californian businesses will most likely have business licenses for the sale of recreational marijuana. What this means is that by this time local counties must have all the relevant procedures ready in order to comply with state and federal law in relation to the regulation of marijuana. The legalization of marijuana is going to be excellent for the growth of the economy and new industries are springing up all the time. It is not known exactly how much money will be generated from the legal marijuana market, as it is too early to tell. All predictions at the present time are vague at best, as there is no historical data or trends to go on. Marijuana to generate …

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Jeff Sessions Faces Lawsuit

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Faces Lawsuit for Marijuana Laws


icon  27 Jul, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

Life is tough for Attorney General Jeff Sessions these days. His boss, President Donald Trump, recently threw him under the bus during a New York Times interview, saying if he had known that Sessions would remove himself from the Russia investigation, he would never have made him Attorney General. On Monday, Trump did it again, calling Sessions “beleaguered” and wondering why he was not investigating alleged ties between Russia and Hillary Clinton. Now, Attorney General Jeff Sessions faces an even tougher opponent in Marvin Washington. The 285-pound, 1.98-meter former New York Jets defensive end is one of five plaintiffs suing Sessions, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Department of Justice in a groundbreaking federal lawsuit. Legal experts predict that the case will attract widespread attention and set a new legal precedent. Federal Cannabis Policy The Manhattan lawsuit attacks the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, which categorized drugs into different schedules …

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Synthetic Marijuana Overdose

Synthetic Marijuana Overdoses on the Rise


icon  19 Jul, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

Marijuana has been used for decades as a safe alternative to certain painkillers and medications. So, how is it possible that people are now overdosing from this seemingly “safe” drug? The truth is that people are not overdosing from marijuana but instead from an imposter. Synthetic marijuana sales are on the rise, but not from the marijuana industry. So before you throw out your stash, know how to spot a fake. The dangers when it comes to synthetic marijuana are on the rise. Even CNN is reporting an alarming number of overdoses. According to www.cnn.com, over one hundred people have overdosed in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. This has led the community to issue a serious state of emergency. Overdoses and drug problems are nothing new for this country either. Over the past decade, Lancaster County has had to deal with the overwhelming heroin epidemic. Since heroin is not as readily available …

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Nevada Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

Huge Demand as Nevada Legalizes Recreational Marijuana


icon  11 Jul, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Jake Methow

Nevada just legalized recreational pot. The first day of legal marijuana sales saw fireworks, long queues, and even a wedding to celebrate the momentous occasion. This is now the eight state allowing dispensaries to sell weed recreationally, and initial sales show that the people of Nevada have huge demands and expectations for the marijuana industry. Recreational Marijuana in Nevada Fireworks rang in the new law, lighting the night sky green. People waited in queues for hours to buy legal weed legal for the first time, and there were hundreds of them. The occasion was festive and highly anticipated. People emptied ATMs across the state in readiness for cash only sales, and they crammed into showrooms to get a glimpse of what the future industry will look like. Even State Senator Tick Segerblom got in on the action. In fact, he was the very first person to purchase legal marijuana in …

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Is the Marijuana Market Having a Supply and Demand Problem?


icon  10 Jul, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: Paul Dillan

With so many states joining the marijuana revolution, there is one problem that no one expected. Some states are surprised by the overwhelming demand for marijuana. While marijuana is becoming a business titan, how is it that no expected so many patient requests? More importantly, what happens when the demand becomes too big for suppliers to keep up with? In most states where medical marijuana is legalized, they are only currently allowing the use of medical marijuana. This was done for a variety of different reasons. The biggest reason is that the local government wanted to have control with the best profit. In order to obtain medical marijuana, you have to first become a MMJ card holder. This means that not only do patients have to jump through hoops; they have to pay a fee. Depending on the state, this fee has been anything from $50 to upwards of $100. …

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Jeff Sessions and Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment

Sessions Lobbying Congress to Undo Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment


icon  15 Jun, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

State medical marijuana laws are under attack. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, long a known opponent of legalization, is petitioning Congress to scrap the Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment, which promises legal states protection from federal interference and harassment. In a recently publicized letter from May, Sessions plans to override federal medical marijuana protections given to states. The Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment States have the right to create their own cannabis laws, even if they contradict federal ones. According to Congress itself, the Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment prohibits the federal government from using federal funds to stalk anyone using, distributing, possessing, or cultivating medical marijuana in states where it is legal for them to do so. The Justice Department may not undermine the state’s rights. In his letter, written in May and released publically on June 12, Sessions argues that Rohrabacher-Farr inhibits the ability and the authority of the Justice Department to enforce the Controlled Substances Act, under …

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Federal Pressure on Cannabis Industry

Effects of Federal Pressure on Santa Monica’s Cannabis Industry


icon  14 Apr, 2017  /  icon  2        Author: keith miller

On November 8, 2016, all of California was celebrating the official ballot votes approving Proposition 64. For those in Santa Monica, cannabis for recreational purposes was legal, and everywhere else in the state, too. Anyone over the age of 21 could use weed, carry it on their person, and even grow some at home. However, everyone is now anxious with President Trump being in office. Just ten days after his election, Trump instated Jeff Sessions as head of the Department of Justice. Sessions is an Alabama senator with strong opposing views on marijuana. Trepidation is now pervasive in L.A.’s cannabis industry, and stakeholders are extremely insecure about what will happen next or how to proceed. After all, cannabis is still illegal under federal law. California’s marijuana industry feels under threat.  Santa Monica cannabis industry do not feel that they have sufficient legal protection. Although Proposition 64 legalizes recreational weed, cannabis …

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Medical Marijuana Slashes Opioid Addiction

Legalization of Medical Marijuana Slashes Opioid Addiction


icon  12 Apr, 2017  /  icon  1        Author: keith miller

In states where medical marijuana is legal, there are fewer cases of opioid addiction. The numbers continue to decline as legalization continues. According to the American Journal of Public Health, medical marijuana is the ideal substitute for addictive and deadly pharmaceuticals. In fact, this is widespread knowledge in the medical industry and has been for centuries already. The Problem with Opioids in California There are many, many people addicted to opioids in California. The problem is not exclusive to the state, but common across the United States. Doctors prescribe opioids for every ache and pain, and these drugs are highly addictive. OxyContin and other prescription painkillers fill many a medicine cabinet, and people are taking them to provide pain relief, whether severe, chronic or mild. Although opioids do an excellent job of relieving pain, they are dangerous. Today’s ache-free moment is tomorrow’s absolute misery. These drugs are so addictive that …

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Jerry Brown Rejects Anti Competitive Marijuana Rules

California Gov. Jerry Brown Rejects Anti-Competitive Marijuana Rules


icon    /  icon  1        Author: keith miller

If you are anticipating the outcome of Proposition 64 on the state’s marijuana rules, then we have news for you: Gov. Jerry Brown wants to resolve the legal conflict between recreational and medical cannabis in California, and he wants it sorted out before year-end. His office released a 92-page document recently, which suggests regulatory fixes for both industry segments. In this document, the governor lays out several proposals on everything, from how to distribute cannabis across the state to how many marijuana licenses businesses may have. Included in Brown’s budget for the year, these proposals must first pass through Legislature before Brown’s final approval can make them law. What does this mean for recreational and medical cannabis in California? Ordinary citizens are breathing a collective sigh of relief and enjoying an early celebration. If Brown’s proposals become effective, people will have the ability to trade competitively. The governor is siding …

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Your Questions answered, Proposition 64 and new Marijuana laws


icon  30 Nov, 2016  /  icon  2        Author: Anne Fred

Proposition 64 passed during the 2016 elections. There are those who voted for it while others were opposed to it. Obviously, some of the opponents in this highly-contested bill didn’t go much deeper into the details of what Prop 64 entails.  It affects all Californians: whether you voted for it or not. Everyone is subject to its provisions because it affects all of us in one way or the other. Basically, Proposition 64 is the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA). In this context, an adult is defined as anyone aged 21 years and above. Before anyone stands out to say anything about it, it would be important to get answers to any concerns that they might be having. The main purpose for its establishment was to seek the legalization of recreational marijuana. Was it all about that? No, the proposition also redefined some of the regulations concerning medical marijuana …

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President Obama will Soften Federal Stands on the Marijuana by Reclassifying it


icon  27 Nov, 2016  /  icon  2        Author: Paul Dillan

President Obama may sign an executive order before leaving office that will change marijuana’s listing under federal laws. During his reign, President Nixon signed an order in 1970 that listed Marijuana as a Schedule 1 Drug. Drugs in this class have no accepted medical use and are considered to have a high potential for abuse. The federal laws have remained the same since President Nixon signed the order but state governments have had the liberty to create their own laws on marijuana use. Nearly half of the states in the US have legalized marijuana for medical use with others allowing it for recreational purposes. Recent marijuana reforms happened during the November 2016 election. Most of the states allow qualified patients to buy marijuana from registered and licensed dispensaries for medical use. Marijuana is currently listed as a Schedule 1 Drug among other substances such as heroin, peyote, ecstasy, methaqualone, and …

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Hemp Innovates as a Breakthrough Medicine

How Hemp Innovates as a Breakthrough Medicine


icon  26 Jun, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

In what is being hailed as a breakthrough, Brazil has recently approved the use of hemp CBD products.  This product is high in cannabidiol or CBD, which is believed to have great health benefits for its users.  The product that has been approved by the Brazilian government is intended to be used to fight cancer.  The CBD product is called Real Scientific Hemp Oil and can also be used in Brazil by those who suffer from other conditions including epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and even chronic pain.  Now that it has been approved for the use of treating cancer, this just adds to the many healing benefits of the cannabis drug. So far, the US does not have an approved alternative medicine to treat cancer.  The Hemp based Oil therefore puts Brazil in a better position than the US when it comes to offering its citizens a safe and affordable treatment …

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Ailments Can Marijuana Most Effectively Treat

Which Ailments Can Marijuana Most Effectively Treat?


icon  14 Jun, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

The acceptance of medical marijuana as treatment has grown to the extent that many are already seeking medical treatment via cannabis. A multitude of services, such as cannabis clinics, dispensaries, and cannabis and medical marijuana delivery, have cropped up in order to supply an increasing number of patients. Despite these advances, medical marijuana has not yet received the extensive clinical study that could provide strong validation of its therapeutic and medicinal effects. However, a number of smaller-scale studies do exist that have documented its effectiveness in treating certain illnesses. Below Are Ten Ailments And The Effectiveness Of Medical Marijuana On Their Treatment: AIDS/HIV  Medical marijuana may help with the neuropathic pain which sufferers of AIDS/HIV experience. The findings are similar to those of oral drugs used for chronic neuropathic pain derived from HIV-associated sensory neuropathy. Cannabis has also shown promising effects in treating the symptoms of wasting syndrome, which include …

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Does Cannabis Actually Help Reduce the Size of Tumors

Does Cannabis Actually Help Reduce the Size of Tumors?


icon  10 Jun, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

With the popularity of marijuana clinicsand marijuana dispensaries on the rise, the medicinal properties of cannabis are by now better known and better received by the public and medical professionals alike. Marijuana treatment is most commonly applied to ailments such as glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and to combat the side effects of chemotherapy. However, recent research has sought to conclude the medicinal benefits of cannabis for treating cancer, more specifically, the reduction of cancerous tumors. The effect of medical Cannabis on brain tumors A large portion of what is known about medical marijuana’s ability to combat cancerous cells derives from research on glioblastomamultiformeor “GBM” (a high grade glioma) and glioma tumor cells, which make up 80% of all of brain tumors. Scientists believe that due to brain cells having the highest concentration of cannabinoid (the active compounds in marijuana) receptors, brain tumors, which contain many of these receptors, may respond well …

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Marijuana, Its Various Names and Options for Purchase and Growth

Marijuana, Its Various Names and Options for Purchase and Growth


icon  31 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

Marijuana has, and still is, becoming increasingly popular, not just with millennials, but with those in all age groups from Generation X, to baby boomers, and even in some cases those from the Silent Generation. With that said, general interest in the various products offered to consumers has grown right along with this increase in popularity, and interest in the different strains and their names has reached an all time high. Its no wonder people are interested in all the various strains however, because some of them have down right interesting names. Some of the most famous strain names include: Purple Haze, White Widow, Pineapple Express, Kush, Jack Herer, Sour Diesel, Grape Ape, Durban Poison and more. How these strains got their names however, is another question all together, though one with a relatively simple answer. 3 Factors to Choose From  Most cannabis strains obtain their name based off of …

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Marijuana Delivery Services

What You Need to Know about Marijuana Delivery Services


icon  30 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

A lot of people do not know this, but yes, it is very possible for you to have your marijuana delivered to your door, just as you would if you ordered a pizza. For people who do not want to leave their homes, or for those who would require marijuana but not need it right away, marijuana delivery services are the perfect solution. It is legal and it is a great alternative to acquiring marijuana, without visiting a dispensary. There are a lot of questionable people out here that claim that they operate a marijuana delivery service, but one needs to exercise caution when it comes to such things. If you live in an area where marijuana is legal but for medicinal and recreational purposes, then it will be easier to find a delivery service. Next to living in a state where the operation is legal, you need to be …

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Health Benefits of Using Medical Marijuana

Surprising Health Benefits of Using Medical Marijuana


icon  24 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

So far 41 of the 50 states in the United States have legislations that permit medical marijuana in some form. These states have done an impressive job in finally seeing the medical value of marijuana. Whether patients suffer from epilepsy, a chronic illness or even PTSD, these laws have allowed patients more options when it comes to treatment. What Makes Marijuana Medicinal? Apart from the calming sensation most users feel the actual science behind marijuana is just in the beginning stages of being known. While marijuana has over a hundred chemicals, it’s tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which creates the infamous marijuana’s “high.” The THC is used to also treat vomiting and nausea. A key role when used by those undergoing chemotherapy or to help with appetite for those with AIDS. Another marijuana compound known to have medical applications is cannabidiol (CBD). This is being researched to treat serioys epilepsy and pain.The medicinal …

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Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana Santa Barbara


icon  22 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

In the Santa Barbara area, medical marijuana is not as accessible as it is in other parts of the state of California. There seems to be different zoning laws in different cities that regulate the construction of dispensaries, as well as the legal distribution of marijuana products. In Santa Barbara, as of 2015, only one dispensary has been approved in the outskirts of the city; with about two more applications for marijuana dispensaries pending. Even at that, the cultivation of marijuana, as well as the membership of people who consume the products and the financial records are all maintained and inspected by the City Staff. In January alone, the Santa Barbara City Council voted to ban the commercial growth of medicinal marijuana. While people are allowed to grow up to 100 square feet of medical marijuana for personal use; qualified patients can also buy medical marijuana from the three dispensaries …

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Where to Purchase Your Medical Marijuana

Where to Purchase Your Medical Marijuana?


icon  18 May, 2016  /  icon  1        Author: Demo Editor

It is no secret that marijuana as a whole has become increasingly more accepted by the general public, as well as by the courts, in the United States over the past few decades. In fact, in many cases, states all across America have begun to legalize the use of marijuana, if not for recreational purposes, then at least for medical, with the number of states which have legalized the substance in some form or anther reaching 24. With that said, the more readily available marijuana becomes, the more consumer demand for being able to buy legal marijuana online increases as well. Therefore, various medical marijuana delivery services have begun to crop up all over the nation, offering customers the benefit of being able to buy and consume marijuana, without ever needing to leave the comfort of their homes. How to Get Medical Marijuana Online The question then arises however, where …

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Marijuana: A Brief Overview of Industry’s Progress


icon  15 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

Marijuana has been around for centuries, being used as a method of healing, relaxation, pain therapy and even as a recreational substance to alter one’s state of mind. What is more recent however, is the fact that marijuana is finally becoming more widely accepted and practiced in legal forms, in this modern world. In fact, it has come such a long way in acceptance and regular use, that various weed dispensaries have begun to pop up all over the country — though especially in places such as Washington and Colorado which have legalized both recreational and medical use. Because of this, the increasing regularity and ease of purchase, weed prices, though originally high, have begun to decrease significantly as the market expands and product becomes more readily available to the public as a whole. This in turn, has made it easier than ever for regular users to enjoy the substance, …

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Cannabis Dispensary

What Is A Cannabis Dispensary?


icon  14 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

Often times, people do not know what to expect when they hear the words ‘cannabis dispensary”, or when they have to deal with one. A cannabis dispensary is a legalized specially designated location where medical marijuana is sold. If you do proper research it is very possible to find one in your area and understand how it works, as these dispensaries vary in operations based on locations. Some dispensaries only sell for medical uses, while others in the United States are licensed to sell for medical as well as recreational use, as a means of the government regulating the use and dispersion of marijuana. Cannabis dispensaries operate just like any other business operates. Think about when you enter a liquor store to purchase alcohol, you get carded to show that you are of the legal age. Same thing in a cannabis dispensary, you need to present your ID to show …

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How Can I Get Medical Marijuana

How Can I Get Medical Marijuana?


icon  13 May, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Demo Editor

Most people read or hear about using marijuana as a way to handle their illnesses, yet they have no clue how to go about getting the prescription or how to even begin the process of having access to medical marijuana. In order to be able to get medical marijuana, you have to make sure that you are eligible or rather your condition is covered under those in which medical marijuana can be prescribed. Some of these conditions include: arthritis, multiple sclerosis, cancer, muscle spasms, sleep disorders, anxiety, Crohn’s disease, etc.  If you have also been in an auto accident, and experience some pains or stress disorders as a result, you might be eligible to be prescribed medical marijuana as a way to treat your condition. Once you fall under the category, the next step is to speak to your family physician or a doctor so that the risk can be …

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Find Medical Marijuana Los Angeles Websites


icon  06 Feb, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana Los Angeles websites have a lot of medical marijuana for sale surrounding the city. Having many strains and impeccable services, medical marijuana websites in Los Angeles offer their customers the best strains and the most advantageous services. However, there are also many scammers out there, so you will need to be careful when buying your medical marijuana online.  Look out for Scams! For example, don’t buy from sources that advertise themselves through local ads like Craigslist or comment sections on forums or video sites. These are usually scammers that only ask you for money and don’t ever send you the product. Also, this may be obvious but don’t give your credit card or bank account information away. You risk getting scammed. There are many Marijuana Los Angeles websites that do in fact sell their products safely. They will require you to sign up and provide your green card information. …

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Medical Marijuana for Treating Bipolar Disorder


icon  30 Jan, 2016  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

  Medical Marijuana for Treating Bipolar Disorder Medical marijuana is often used to address high levels of pain in different kinds of illnesses and for patients with serious problems like cancer and other such problems. However, recent evidence suggests that medical marijuana can be used to treat neurological disorders as well. Research conducted by several institutions has shown that medical marijuana has a positive effect on patients suffering from depression, anxiety disorders and other problems. It can also be used to treat bipolar disorders. What is Bipolar Disorder? Bipolar disorder is when you alternate between extreme depressive phases and elation without warning. It affects your energy levels, mood, and your activity levels to an extent that day-to-day tasks can become very difficult. This disorder shouldn’t be taken lightly. In many cases, people just dismiss it as being moody and don’t take steps to treat it. That can harm your health …

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RSO and CO2 Extractions For Dabbing


icon  27 Jan, 2016  /  icon  3        Author: Support Pot Valet

Dabbing is a method through which people medicate themselves with cannabis concentrates. PotValet is committed to offer only the safest and cleanest concentrates. The oils for dabbing are obtained through numerous extraction methods, giving the dabs different names such as BHO (butane hash oil), rosin, CO2 oil, budder and wax. All of these products are powerful medicines for those dealing with chronic pain and nausea. You have probably heard some concerns regarding dabbing. While the process itself is not at all dangerous, some extraction methods may carry the potential to harm the consumer. For example, chemical contaminants like butane may have some hazardous consequences. PotValet offers the best concentrates, which are only RSO (Rick Simpson Oil) and CO2 based. Let’s see what each of these extraction methods has to offer. The RSO (Rick Simpson Oil) Extraction The RSO extraction method is preferred to the one of water or alcohol. It …

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How Does Dabbing Work?


icon  23 Jan, 2016  /  icon  1        Author: Support Pot Valet

In case you are somehow involved with cannabis, whether medically, recreationally or from a business point of view, then you have probably heard about “dabbing”. It’s been over a decade since this method of consumption has been around, but the onset of more progressive extraction methods has brought on more cannabis concentrates, making dabbing more popular than ever. A dab is a dose of cannabis concentrate. The dabbing method involves heating the concentrate on a hot surface and then inhaling it through a dab ring. The dabs are obtained by extracting cannabinoids, including THC, with a solvent, which is usually butane or carbon dioxide. The final result is a sticky oil that is commonly known as shatter, wax, budder or BHO (butane hash oil). The good news for some is that there is the possibility of extracting only the THC, which is the really medicine in marijuana. The Medical Benefits …

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3 Big Marijuana Myths Busted


icon  16 Jan, 2016  /  icon  3        Author: Support Pot Valet

Cannabis opponents have, for decades, controlled the message around this popular plant, and have spread a few lies about its actual effects. This caused the use of marijuana to be a stigmata, a cause with effects that haven’t still worn off. The failed and expensive US war on drugs continues, and it seems the criminalization of cannabis users and distributors is a main priority in this war. Some of the governmental agencies continue to stubbornly classify marijuana as dangerous and with no medical value, in spite of the stacks of evidence that prove the contrary. While many know the truth about cannabis (that it is more effective than some prescription drugs in treating some illnesses and that it is healthier than alcohol) and while more than half of Americans want it legalized, the marijuana myths are still around in some mainstream circles. Those who oppose legalization are determined to ignore …

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Medical Marijuana Continues to heal


icon  07 Jan, 2016  /  icon  2        Author: Support Pot Valet

More and more medical circles are accepting the use of medical marijuana, as scientific evidence shows that marijuana helps in the treatment of some illnesses. After cannabis has been legalized in some areas of the country, more and more people are starting to view this plan differently. The health benefits medical marijuana has to offer are more evident than ever. Many remarkable medical professionals have come to support the use of the plant as a treatment helper for many conditions. Medical Marijuana Slows Down Alzheimer’s Progression Studies revealed there has been an increase in the number of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. This has determined a renewed interest in studies that search for medical solutions against the illness. The legalization of cannabis is seen by many as a new ray of hope for those showing early signs of Alzheimer’s. Marijuana has the ability to block the enzyme responsible with the …

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Medical Marijuana for Migraine Patients


icon  24 Dec, 2015  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

Before knowing all about medical marijuana for migraines, it is essential to first identify what a migraine is. The chronic headache that is most likely caused by the spasm and narrowing of blood vessels carrying blood to the brain is known as a migraine. The headache is so intense and can happen from once a year to as often as a few times a week. Besides the pain, other symptoms of a migraine may include nausea, sensitivity and vomiting. The identified factors of a migraine may be stress, caffeine, anger, hormonal imbalances or nicotine. Finding a solution to cure the pains from migraines is essential. Medical marijuana has been one of these solutions that has helped migraine sufferers release some of the tension and relieve some of the pain from these painful headaches. Why Use Medical Marijuana for Migraines? There is scientific proof medical marijuana is an effective treatment for …

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Marijuana and Cancer Treatment


icon  22 Dec, 2015  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

Those interested in marijuana cancer treatment should have a look over the next few paragraphs, and see what this miraculous plant can do. Marijuana has been used as an herbal remedy for centuries. Scientists have discovered cannabinoids, the biologically active components in marijuana, to be biologically active and effective in treating some diseases, including cancer. At present, the US Drug Enforcement Administration has listed marijuana and the cannabinoids under the Schedule I controlled substances, which means is only legal to treat some of the medical conditions in many states. Marijuana and Cancer Treatment Studies Several scientific studies of smoked marijuana discovered that it could be useful in dealing with vomiting and nausea from the cancer treatment of chemotherapy. A number of reports have discovered that inhaled (used to smoke or perhaps vaporized) marijuana could possibly help in the therapy of neuropathic pain (aches brought on by damaged nerves). Testing has also proved that smoked marijuana has also helped improve the diet in HIV sufferers. Research has long demonstrated that individuals who used marijuana extract in medical testing tended to require much less pain medication. Cannabinoids in Marijuana Cancer Treatment …

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Marijuana Can Fight The Fight Against Glaucoma


icon  19 Dec, 2015  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

Can Marijuana Help Treat Glaucoma? It is estimated, according to World Health Organization, that glaucoma is the second cause of blindness and about half of Americans with glaucoma are not even aware of it. Studies reveal that glaucoma could be genetic, yet science continues to be uncertain on what causes glaucoma to build and worsen. It’s been debatable over the last several years whether or not marijuana can help treat glaucoma, let’s look at some facts below and  put this discussion to rest. How Does Marijuana Impact Glaucoma? What has been discovered is that, together with other treatments, marijuana has significantly diminished vision loss caused by glaucoma. Usually, what causes glaucoma is pressure in the eye. Studies have shown some chemicals in marijuana have the positive effects of reducing the intra-ocular pressure, also known as IOP, by as much as 25%. Some would say this is an insignificant gain when you are thinking of the side effects of marijuana, but that …

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Interesting Facts About Marijuana That You Should Know


icon  02 Dec, 2015  /  icon  1        Author: Support Pot Valet

There Is No Evidence That Young People Will Be Affected By Relaxing Marijuana Laws Many people who oppose the legalization of recreational or even medical marijuana often try to make the claim that adolescents and young people will suffer as a result of the slacker laws. It has actually been proven however in the states where marijuana has already been legalized that this simply isn’t the case. If anything, there has been a decrease in marijuana abuse amongst younger adults in those states. This is probably because of the legalization taking away the glamor and taboo from the substance and greater availability via legitimate means such as marijuana dispensaries. The decriminalization of marijuana in these states has also seen a decline in the numbers of marijuana-related crimes committed by adults. Marijuana Is Certainly Not A Gateway Drug Most people who have used marijuana for recreational or medicinal use have never …

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Cannabis Drug Not Likely Cause For Traffic Accidents


icon  11 Nov, 2015  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

Colorado made the decision to legalize the cannabis drug for its residents in 2012. The opposition to the vote predicted an increase in those driving under the influence of marijuana and in turn an increase in traffic accidents whilst under the influence of the drug. Some claim that the substance can cause response times to suffer and that the user’s judgment may become impaired when under the influence. According to statistics published when cannabis was first legalized in Colorado in 2001, there was a spike in traffic accidents involving drivers who had tested positive for marijuana, which campaigners attribute to the relaxed laws. Pot supporters, however argue that before marijuana was legalized, a third of drivers involved in accidents tested positive for marijuana anyway. Medical Marijuana Detectable For Weeks After Side Effects Wear Off Even though statistics do exist, it is actually next to impossible to get realistic statistics from …

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5 Benefits for Cancer Patients Using Medical Cannabis


icon  26 Jun, 2015  /  icon  0        Author: Support Pot Valet

Whilst lawmakers and scientists struggle to agree on the validity of any claims that Medical Cannabis is a miracle cure for cancer, it is evident that those who are already undergoing medical treatment for cancer can benefit from taking the substance. Chemotherapy is a long and traumatic procedure for anyone to have to go through, and the side effects that this can bring are debilitating. Having Access to Medical Marijuana Delivery Service Can Help Ease Nausea Chemotherapy can cause nausea and vomiting in patients but using marijuana during chemo treatment can ease this symptom. The FDA have even accepted that marijuana can assist in easing nausea and vomiting and have approved a tablet form of THC that can be used by patients. This has been available through Medical Marijuana Delivery Services since 1985. Medicinal Marijuana Can Control Mental Health Problems Chemotherapy treatments can often cause depression as one of its …

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Louisiana Close to Seeing Medical Marijuana Legalized


icon  16 Jun, 2015  /  icon  2        Author: Support Pot Valet

Louisiana Close to Seeing Medical Marijuana Legalized 2015 has been a great year for supporters of medical marijuana legalization in the state of Louisiana. So far, a new bill that proposes access to medicinal marijuana for all those who need it has made it’s way a long way through the ranks of local governmental approval. Now, the fate of this new legislation lies in the hands of Governor bobby Jindal. If the bill is passed, it would make Louisiana the 24th state in America to allow it’s citizens to legally access the substance. The next step of the approval process looks positive for citizens of Louisiana. Jindal has already outwardly confirmed that he is in support of legalizing marijuana for the good health of those who would benefit from it. He has even gone so far as to admit that he was already had a chance to look at the bill …

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Marijuana Delivery for Veterans Could Help PTSD


icon  30 May, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

How The Feds Are Learning That Marijuana Delivery for Veterans Could Help PTSD Whilst 23 states and counting have locally legalized the use of marijuana delivery services to some extent, with more following suit, it seems strange that the federal government are still having a hard time believing that there is any truth behind research about medicinal marijuana. Whilst studies have shown that marijuana has helped veterans who are suffering from PTSD, it has not been enough for the federal government to accept the truth, until now. Finally, the feds have approved a study, and if the results prove to be positive, this could see a move towards Marijuana Delivery being approved as a viable treatment for the strains of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Colorado Backs PTSD Study In Step Towards Vets Being Allowed To Buy Medical Marijuana Recently, members of congress actually voted out the possibility of veterans discussing …

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Bob Marley’s Important Argument For Medical Marijuana Legalization


icon  23 May, 2015  /  icon  3        Author: Support Pot Valet

One of the world’s most iconic musicians and leading advocate for medical marijuana legalization would have been 70 years old this past February. Bob Marley, who was well known for composing and singing numerous memorable hits in the reggae style was remembered earlier this year to mark the occasion. In his home country of Jamaica, citizens celebrated by holding reggae jam sessions and his family commissioned a video in his name too to remember his ideas for making the world a better place. Herbs From Nature, The Planet’s Natural Medical Dispensary One of the most memorable traits of Marley was how he publicly spoke out about Medical Marijuana and how much he believed in its many healing benefits. Bob Marley fiercely believed that there are spiritual, healing and meditational benefits to using the plant and defiantly opposed those who would try to use marijuana to incite fear and negativity amongst …

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Medical Cannabis Use For Kids


icon  21 May, 2015  /  icon  3        Author: Support Pot Valet

How Science Is Strengthening The Case For Medical Cannabis Use For Kids Whilst it has been the argument of those who oppose the use of medicinal marijuana that children could be put in danger, new evidence suggests that this couldn’t be further from the truth. Studies show that the use of Medical Cannabis could actually help treat some illnesses for sick children. How Can The Cannabis Drug Help Sick Children? Two particularly life altering conditions, Dravet Syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, are childhood epilepsy forms, which although rare still affects thousands of children across America. These illnesses can cause the sufferer to have hundreds of seizures a day, often with dangerous levels of severity. To date, all prescribed medications for the condition have been inadequate in treating the illness. Allowing parents to Buy Medical Marijuana Online however may be the answer. Thankfully however, it would seem that the FDA are opening …

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Facts You Didn’t Know About The Cannabis Drug


icon  16 May, 2015  /  icon  3        Author: Support Pot Valet

10 Facts You Didn’t Know About The Cannabis Drug With so many US states legalizing cannabis in one form or another, it’s becoming much more socially acceptable to talk about the cannabis drug. If you find yourself discussing marijuana frequently with your friends and colleagues, then have a look at these uncommonly known facts about marijuana, so you have something interesting to chat about, next time the subject arises. 1. Cannabis Has Been in Space A weather balloon holding 95 seeds, a cloned plant and a joint were sent 19 miles up into the air, and there are even stories of NASA spacemen throwing cannabis seeds out into space during a mission. 2. Word Up! There are estimated to be around 2000 different words that can be used instead of the word ‘cannabis’. Ganja, marijuana, weed and pot are just a handful. 3. Decriminalizing Marijuana Delivery Doesn’t Mean No Arrests …

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Cannabis Drug Advert Set for Screens


icon  15 May, 2015  /  icon  2        Author: Support Pot Valet

Cannabis Drug Advert Set for Screens In the month of May, decision-making panels in Texas have been assessing the viability of a new bill that has been proposed to decriminalize marijuana, giving more lenient treatment to those in possession of the drug. To go hand in hand with this, an advert is due to appear on the television sets of thousands of Texans across the state, telling residents just what decriminalization of marijuana would mean for Texas. A marijuana support group who are broadcasting the clip on major channels until the decision is made on bill HB 507 backs the advert. This bill proposes that those carrying less than one ounce of the substance will receive a reduced penalty. Currently, if you are caught in possession of less than two ounces of the cannabis drug, you could face up to a $2000 fine and a jail term of up to …

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Promising Cannabis News For Pennsylvania


icon  14 May, 2015  /  icon  4        Author: Support Pot Valet

Promising Cannabis News For Pennsylvania There has been some great Cannabis news in Pennsylvania this week for the supporters of legalizing marijuana for medicinal use. Senator Mike Folmer submitted Bill 3, which calls to legalize the use of marijuana in the state for medicinal uses. The state senate passed the bill, which would mean legal access to medicinal marijuana services for many citizens who suffer from a multitude of severe health problems. This is an attractive prospect to many who feel that this naturally occurring medication has a bad public image that it doesn’t deserve. Enabling Patients to Use A Medical Marijuana Delivery Service The proposed bill would ultimately ensure that the use of cannabis for medical use is safely and fully regulated. Not everyone would be able to access a medical marijuana delivery service, but instead, the legal use of the drug would be restricted to those who have …

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Medical Marijuana Should be Legalized


icon  11 May, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

77 year old a-list actor Morgan Freeman has expressed his desire to see cannabis legalized ‘across the board’. The actor doesn’t hide the fact that he uses medical marijuana for his own use and has done for a good few years. Recent moves by some states to partially or fully legalize marijuana have been praised by Freeman who says that he uses the drug for his own personal pain control and acknowledged that he feels that it has many other uses. Marijuana is beginning to have more understanding in not only the public eye, but also in the medical world too. It’s also a well established fact that alcohol is far more dangerous than marijuana, causing thousands of fatalities each year, whereas marijuana is not known to have ever caused a single fatality.   Not Just Medical Marijuana Benefits Says Freeman Morgan Freeman suffers from the pain-inducing medical condition, fibromyalgia. There …

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New Medical Marijuana Bill Means Legalization for Texas


icon  10 May, 2015  /  icon  4        Author: Support Pot Valet

On Wednesday, new legislation was approved that means a small victory for the marijuana users of Texas. Members of the Texas House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee have allowed new laws that will allow Texans to use not only Medical Marijuana, but to access a marijuana delivery service for recreational purposes too. The 7-person panel voted 5 to 2 in favor of the bill, which would mean that Texas could become the fifth state in America to legalize cannabis for the public’s recreational use. It’s a little early to start toking quite yet though as the bill has several more crossroads to clear and it is unlikely for the bill to get any further this year. It is still a step in the right direction, with officials showing support for marijuana, which is still classed by the federal government as a dangerous schedule 1 drug. Great Cannabis News For Marijuana Supporters Only 2 …

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Obama backs the use of the Cannabis Drug


icon  22 Apr, 2015  /  icon  9        Author: Support Pot Valet

4/20 is the unofficial celebration day for the cannabis collective to unite and hold protests to legalize marijuana across the globe.  The evening before, on April 19th 2015, President Obama appeared on a report for CNN news claiming to back the use of medicinal marijuana in support of the controlled usage of it rather than criminalizing all who use the cannabis drug. Support for the Cannabis Collective Whilst Obama didn’t quite state that he was behind the complete legalization of the drug, he seemed to be very supportive of backing the bill to legalize it for its medicinal use. Obama believes that the science behind medicinal marijuana is too strong to ignore and that if patients are professionally and carefully prescribed the use of medicinal marijuana to help with their health issues, then this could be a viable option for at least partially legalizing the cannabis drug.  He said that …

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People with arthritis can buy marijuana online


icon  20 Apr, 2015  /  icon  6        Author: Support Pot Valet

Arthritis is among those  that people try to cure or at least relieve with marijuana. And given the fact that it affects namely the bones and joints, the option to buy marijuana online seems adequate and applicable. Why bother visiting a dispensary when you can order marijuana online? It’s like this – this disease is already too hard to handle let alone going out and visiting a dispensary just to buy what’s necessary to relieve the pain. Many scientific studies have proven and confirmed the pain-relieving effects that cannabis has. The case with Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis is no different. These are the two most common diseases that affect the musculoskeletal system. They consist in bone deformations that cause quite unpleasant pain to the patients and distort their everyday activities. Simple things like shopping become a rather obnoxious activity and patients with arthritis prefer to limit all sort of movement. …

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Marijuana delivery – salvation for two hundred Delawareans


icon  15 Apr, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

Another major hit on the medical marijuana accessibility in Delaware – the opening of First State Compassion Center has been rescheduled for June. This is the second delay that disturbs the treatment of approximately two hundred patients and a reasonable solution might be the marijuana delivery. Constant troubles for the sick Delawareans since the medical cannabis law was passed in 2011 but marijuana delivery may save the day. It was first the Governor – Jack Markell who hampered the implementation of the new law under the threat of possible federal intervention. For four years patients were forced to seek alternative sources to relieve their condition. Quite more often than we’d like, these sources were not only illegal, but unreliable and hide many dangers. Marijuana delivery seems like a good choice since it was announced that Delaware’s first medical dispensary will open doors later than expected. The initially scheduled start was …

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Cannabis News: Marijuana for 2016 Election


icon  13 Apr, 2015  /  icon  11        Author: Support Pot Valet

Latest cannabis news shows that the politicians have been discussing marijuana policy. And the marijuana policy will most likely be addressed in the 2016 election, as it is a very hot topic. This means that whether it’s Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton or Scott Walker, marijuana policy will be up for debate. In other cannabis news, both the republicans and democrats have reasons to address marijuana cannabis issues. Cannabis news: Republicans Talk Marijuana Marijuana policy gives republicans a chance to distinguish themselves. It is an issue that they need to take a stand on. They have to speak about it. Cannabis is too popular for any politician to avoid. It also helps candidates to make a link with the younger and more liberal voters. While some republicans accept and openly address marijuana policy, some don’t. For some republicans they “just say no.” Cannabis news: Democrats Talk Marijuana Democrats find it …

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Marijuana dispensary, Marijuana taken to Federal Level as Bill Awaits Decision in House


icon  10 Apr, 2015  /  icon  18        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana has been the centre of attention recently. And, the federal government has gotten more involved. The positive thing about this effort is that it is bipartisan. It means that both sides are pushing for the law to be passed. This will improve the odds of the bill being passed. This may also affect how long it takes. The bill is also very likely to be passed because of public opinion. Currently, polls say that 86 per cent of Americans are pro medical marijuana. This is a big advantage for the bill. This will open the doors for the marijuana dispensary businesses and other suppliers in the industry. The Reason for Support for Medical Marijuana Medical marijuana benefits are quite a few. Aside from its recreational use, marijuana cannabis has a number of medical advantages. It is used for insomnia, pain relief, asthma, anxiety and many others. There is marijuana …

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Irish healthcare Firm Discusses Cannabis Collective for Multiple Sclerosis Patients


icon  08 Apr, 2015  /  icon  11        Author: Support Pot Valet

Like other countries worldwide marijuana cannabis is being legalized in many European Union countries. Unfortunately Ireland is lagging in this regard. Dr. James Linden, the managing director of a Dublin-based research firm called GreenLight Health has been examining the medical marijuana benefits and particularly as it relates to multiple sclerosis patients. 176 years ago Irish Doctor William Brooke O’Shaughnessy lead the initiative in researching the medical benefits of cannabis drugs. Now, Dr. Linden is reigniting this research to help thousands of patients who suffer from multiple sclerosis. A cannabis collective, a place that provides medical marijuana to those who don’t grow or have their own supply, will be a source for multiple sclerosis patients. Regulations against Pot in Ireland Unfortunately, cannabis collective facilities are not yet readily available for patients in Ireland. Using marijuana in Ireland could mean a criminal record. Persons could also be required to pay a fine …

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New Jersey's Christie Admin Scolded for the Marijuana Delivery Criticism


icon  06 Apr, 2015  /  icon  6        Author: Support Pot Valet

The New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, has made some comments about the medical marijuana program in the state that hasn’t been well received. This has displeased lawmakers so much so that they took their sentiments a step further. The lawmakers endorsed a resolution that said the Health Department, under Governor Christie’, put “arbitrary and unnecessary” limitations on the medical marijuana program. The marijuana trade is changing; marijuana delivery, other suppliers and stakeholders are looking forward to the legalization of Pot Christie Calls it ‘Blood Money’ The lawmakers made that resolution, named the ACR224 a day after Christie’s comment. The Governor condemned the legalization of marijuana that would gain tax revenue; he called it ‘blood money.’ That may be Christie’s opinion, however, tax revenue from marijuana delivery and sales can be used for good in the state. Colorado legalized the cannabis drug for over a year now. The benefits have been …

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Order Medical Marijuana Online in Ohio: Legalization A Possibility


icon  02 Apr, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

There’s an opinion shift happening in the marijuana industry. The times are changing. Marijuana cannabis is becoming more free and open in America, one state at a time. Experts are hoping Ohio will be the fifth state to join the list of states that have legalized cannabis drugs. This will cause a shift and result in big changes for the economy in Ohio. Order medical marijuana online, legally, may not be as far fetched as it in now. “We definitely support replacing the status quo. Marijuana prohibition is a colossal failure, and it needs to go,” says Chris Lindsey, a legislative analyst for the Marijuana Policy Project. And this is exactly what is taking place. Groups Working to Legalize Marijuana in Ohio ResponsibleOhio is the group pushing for marijuana legalization on the November 2015 Ohio Ballot. The group projects Ohioans would annually buy more than $2.2 billion in legal marijuana …

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Buy Marijuana Online & Other Cannabis Benefits for Nevada 2016 Ballot


icon  31 Mar, 2015  /  icon  6        Author: Support Pot Valet

The Marijuana Policy Project group has made strides in marijuana acceptance in the state of Nevada. The group collected more than enough signatures to put forward marijuana legalization for the 2016 ballot. This is the first state on the books for marijuana cannabis legislation ballot for next year, 2016. Mason Tvert, the communications director for the Marijuana Policy Project group made a comment on this development. Tvert said “Voters will have the opportunity to end marijuana prohibition next year and replace it with a policy that actually makes sense.” The policy of choice is, of course, to legalize marijuana. Make cannabis open to patients who need it. Make cannabis open to persons who want to use it for recreational purposes. When persons are able to buy marijuana online and in stores freely, without fear of prosecution, that will be a big deal. Make the marijuana industry grow and add to …

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Medical Marijuana Dispensary Providing Solutions for the Patients


icon  29 Mar, 2015  /  icon  8        Author: Support Pot Valet

It’s not a surprise that marijuana cannabis is being sought out to treat depression and bipolar. Even without medical evidence, marijuana users can tell you that having cannabis drugs get you in a very good mood. Just having marijuana makes you feel different and usually users feel better and more positive after having a dose of Pot. Aside from the recreational use there a large number of medical benefits that are derived from the herb. Many scientists and researchers have conducted a variety of experiments and tests to find what medical marijuana benefits exist. Now that new studies show the marijuana can help with depression and bipolar it just adds to the list of medical benefits. Findings like this will continue to boost and encourage the legalization and growth of the marijuana industry. Medical marijuana dispensary businesses will benefit greatly, and more so the patients who need the cannabis drugs …

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Medical Marijuana Delivery Service for HIV/HCV Patients


icon  27 Mar, 2015  /  icon  6        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana has countless medical benefits that are still being discovered today. Persons use marijuana cannabis for pain relief, insomnia, diabetes and a number of other ailments. Marijuana treatment has also been linked to HIV and AIDS. Recent studies show that marijuana use can lower the risk of insulin resistance in patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or Hepatitis C (HCV). As more and more research is conducted HIV/HCV patients and maybe other illnesses as well may find a viable treatment in marijuana. As more of these studies are done, the marijuana industry will grow. A medical marijuana delivery service will be very advantageous to these patients. Lowering the Risk of Insulin Resistance Reports from healio.com described findings from INSERM in France. According to the researchers “the results found were robust as they were confirmed in three sensitivity analyses, one of [these] also including patients with diabetes.” The team included …

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Marijuana Delivery for Delaware State May be Years Away


icon  25 Mar, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

Delaware Governor Jack Markell has been supportive of quite a few controversial issues. However, when it comes to legalizing marijuana cannabis he has been uneasy. Markell agreed to legalize the cannabis drug for medical purposes in 2011. But now he is not supportive of the law. “It’s not going to happen while I’m governor,” says Markell in a recent WHYY’s First interview. The University of Delaware conducted a recent poll. The poll stated that 56 percent of Delaware citizens are in support of legalizing marijuana. However, this was not enough to persuade the Governor. This is not the best cannabis news. Quite a few states, laws and legislations are tending towards marijuana. Less of them are tending away from it. The marijuana industry, marijuana delivery and dispensaries are growing around the world. And hopefully Delaware will not be left behind. States Benefit from Legalizing Marijuana Delaware stands to benefit immensely …

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Finance Sector Accepts Medical Marijuana Delivery


icon  23 Mar, 2015  /  icon  6        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana cannabis has gained quite a bit of spotlight in recent times. Some states have legalized the drug for medical marijuana. While other states legalized for both medical and recreational use. The marijuana industry is in a period of growth. As the growth occurs the industry gets more profitable. As the industry becomes more profitable, it produces more money. In the past, the financial industry had hesitated to accept medical marijuana delivery businesses, dispensaries and others in the industry. However, things have changed in recent times. As states like Colorado and Washington have legalized Pot, more laws and regulations are being made to accommodate the industry. Banks are now able to keep accounts for marijuana businesses without any fear of prosecution. Financial Sector Opened up to Medical Marijuana Delivery Businesses The legal marijuana suppliers, sellers, dispensaries and the like are able to freely use banking services. The Director for the …

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Senators Discuss Federal Pot with Families


icon  21 Mar, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana, weed, Pot, ganja, whatever name you call it, it has come a long way. The herb is a very potent plant that has been tried and tested by many researchers and medical practitioners. There are a wide variety of medical marijuana benefits. It is used to provide treatment to several diseases and illnesses. And caregivers of family members and loved ones who need medical marijuana treatment have lobbied with senators to get a legal change that allows them to access Pot without the fear of federal punishment. Recently, Senators Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and New Jersey’s Cory Booker joined in with the families to petition support for the bipartisan Bill that will remove the restrictions for patients in need of medical marijuana. Patients Get Access to Pot Without Fear of Prosecution Senators Gillibrand and Booker introduced the Compassionate Access, Research Expansion and Respect States (CARERS) Act. This new …

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Cannabis Cures Cancer; Order Cannabis Online Today


icon  19 Mar, 2015  /  icon  7        Author: Support Pot Valet

Medical marijuana has made strides in the past couple years. Quite a few researchers have conducted multiple researches on the potency, effects, benefits and uses of marijuana. Over the years researchers and some medical practitioners have found that marijuana has an effect on cancer patients. Marijuana cancer treatment has been made available to patients and some have benefited from using it. Christina Sanchez, a molecular biologist from Compultense University in Madrid, Spain is one of the researchers that have been conducting experiments on the cannabis drugs. Sanchez has been researching marijuana cannabis for over 10 years now. In particular she has been studying the molecular activity of cannabinoids. Research like these help to grow the marijuana industry. It identifies and promotes the many benefits of the herb. This will help to decriminalize the drug even more, and make it easier for persons to order cannabis online and through other means. …

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Medical Marijuana Benefits , $2.3 Million Generated for Schools


icon  17 Mar, 2015  /  icon  5        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana’s popularity is growing. As time goes by more countries are legalizing the marijuana industry. It is becoming legal to grow, buy and use marijuana. The times are changing. It is marijuana’s time to show its vast benefits. Colorado was one of the first states to legalize marijuana cannabis. And they have started to see the effects of medical marijuana benefits, and marijuana benefits on a whole. Several weeks ago it was reported that Colorado earned $53 million in tax revenue from marijuana sales. And they expect this number to grow based on projections. Those results helped to show other undecided states that the medical marijuana benefits are real and tangible. Now more recent and positive reports that Colorado has generated $2.35 million for schools from marijuana sales is even more encouraging. Colorado’s Encouraging Marijuana Sales Results Colorado’s Department of Revenue reported around $36.4 million of recreational marijuana sales in …

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Try Powerful cannabis drinks & Buy Medical Marijuana Online


icon  15 Mar, 2015  /  icon  10        Author: Support Pot Valet

Marijuana is on a growth path. As more states and countries legalize marijuana cannabis, more benefits are being uncovered. Marijuana has many medical benefits. Usually, marijuana users smoke the herb or have it in a product such as a brownie. But, another option is raw cannabis drinks. Making these drinks is quite easy, just buy medical marijuana online and get ingredients, blend and you’re ready to drink. The green juice phenomenon Healthy eating has been on the rise for a while now. More persons are keen on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Many have taken up a regular exercise regimen. And many have made special diets to help with a fully rounded healthy routine. There have been carbohydrate diets, more popularly known as a ‘carb’ diet, a fruit diet and many others. One such other diet is a juice diet. A juice diet usually means juice for all meals, breakfast, lunch …

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