Vermont Lawmakers Could Revive Marijuana Legalization Effort This Week

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Vermont Lawmakers Could Revive Marijuana Legalization Effort This Week | TJ Baker

Lawmakers in Vermont are expected to take up a revised marijuana legalization bill, Senate Bill 22, in early January, possibly as early as this week. Gov. Phil Scott (R) had vetoed the bill over concerns around drugged driving and youth use after passing both chambers of the legislature last year. Lawmakers in the Senate amended the […]

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A Marijuana Drive-Through Could Be Coming to a Corner Near You

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A Marijuana Drive-Through Could Be Coming to a Corner Near You | Phillip Smith

Voters in Maine narrowly approved marijuana legalization last November, and since then, the state legislature has been busily trying to come up with rules and regulations for the legal weed market. Now, they are envisioning something of a rarity: allowing customers to buy their weed at drive-up windows. Of the five states that currently allow […]

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California Could Be the First State to Legalize Magic Mushrooms

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California Could Be the First State to Legalize Magic Mushrooms | Phillip Smith

It could be up to California voters to make the state the first in the nation to allow for the use and sale of psilocybin, the mind-altering component of magic mushrooms. On Friday, Kevin Saunders, a candidate for mayor in the Monterrey County town of Marina, filed the California Psilocybin Legalization Initiative with the state […]

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National Medical Marijuana Could Save Medicaid $1 Billion, Study Finds

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National Medical Marijuana Could Save Medicaid $ 1 Billion, Study Finds | NORML

ATHENS, GA — Patients use fewer prescription drugs in states where access to medical cannabis is legally regulated, according to data published in the journal Health Affairs. Investigators at the University of Georgia assessed the association between medical cannabis regulations and the average number of prescriptions filled by Medicaid beneficiaries between the years 2007 and […]

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Israel Could Soon Decriminalize Personal Marijuana Use

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Israel Could Soon Decriminalize Personal Marijuana Use | HWN

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL — Israel could soon decriminalize personal use and possession of marijuana, a leading government official said Thursday. Speaking at a news conference in Tel Aviv, Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan said if the government approves his policy suggestion, those caught possessing or smoking small amounts of marijuana would face fines instead of arrested […]

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Victoria could allow 'edibles' at cannabis dispensaries

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Victoria could allow 'edibles' at cannabis dispensaries
The City of Victoria is considering rules for its illegal cannabis dispensaries that would be more permissive than Vancouver's landmark bylaw, permitting the sale of controversial “edibles” and allowing pot shops to be located closer to schools …
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Ex-policeman David Lister fronts court on ice trafficking, cannabis growing
North West Regional Crime Squad detectives say they have dismantled the cartel, which is linked to shootings and cannabis crop run-throughs in Melbourne's western suburbs, after Monday's raids and the charging of eight alleged key syndicate members, …
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What is Decarboxylation, and Why Does Your Cannabis Need It?
Here's a scenario we have all seen in film before: Somebody consumes an entire bag of raw cannabis in order to avoid getting caught with it. Eyes pop wide open and gasps ensue. “You just ate that whole bag!” somebody shouts. However, the aftermath of …
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What a Looming Patent War Could Mean for the Future of the Marijuana Industry

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What a Looming Patent War Could Mean for the Future of the Marijuana Industry
"In general, the [patent] office issues both utility and plant patents to all types of plants, including cannabis and poppy, provided the applications meet and comply with the applicable patent statutes," said the spokesperson, who asked not to be …
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Mexico proposes raising limit on marijuana for personal use
MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Thursday he will ask Congress to raise the limit on decriminalized marijuana for personal use to 28 grams, or about one ounce. Previously, only possession of five grams, or less than a fifth of …
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DEA gives approval to Colorado-funded study on marijuana and PTSD
The Colorado Board of Health had a rule making hearing about people with PTSD qualifying for medical marijuana at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment offices in Denver. Christopher Latona, center, and his dad Mike Latona, left, …
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Could Cannabis Help Stem the Heroin Overdose Crisis?

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Could Cannabis Help Stem the Heroin Overdose Crisis?
“Across the board, we see medical cannabis patients reporting that because they start to use cannabis they're able to stop taking a whole bunch of prescription drugs,” Jessica Gelay, policy coordinator for the Drug Policy Alliance's New Mexico office …
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Thriving Cannabis Businesses in New Mexico's Not-for-Profit Industry
New Mexico's medical cannabis industry requires that license holders operate as not-for-profit entities, but that doesn't mean some companies aren't making profits. The Albuquerque Journal does a great job of discussing how it works and sharing the …
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How Hemp Could End Our Dependence on Fossil Fuels

Hemp has been given a bad name over the years.  A close cousin of marijuana, it has been demonised by the mainstream media, and many believe it to be just another psychedelic drug.  In reality, industrial hemp contains less than 1% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, and has far more uses than any other organic material.  Hemp can be converted into biomass and used to produce energy in a similar way that we currently use charcoal.  It has also shown incredible advantages over petrol when converted into biofuel, and is a clean, renewable source of energy that actually protects our environment.

Hemp is grown throughout Europe and Asia, and is used to produce a wide range of materials including clothing, paper, oil, and biodegradable plastic.  It has also shown many advantages over crops currently used as fuel, and researchers found that 97% of hemp oil can be converted into biodiesel.  It is also much more efficient to cultivate as it requires no fertiliser or pesticides, and actually nourishes the soil between harvests.  After the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant disaster in 1986, hemp was planted in the surrounding fields to remove radioactive contamination from the soil.  It can also convert Carbon Dioxide into Oxygen at a much faster rate than trees, so it makes a much more attractive option when it comes to the environment.

The exciting thing about hemp is that it has the potential to completely release us of our dependence on fossil fuels for energy, and drastically reduce the amount of pollution released into the atmosphere.  It is a renewable source of energy that can replicate all the products that we currently rely on petroleum to produce such as engine fuel, plastics, paint, and car tires.  It is also a completely sustainable source of fuel, and hemp farms can even operate on the same fuel that they produce.  Hemp is already grown to manufacture all types of products, and the seeds from which biofuel is created are usually discarded.  This means there is already a huge untapped source of hemp biofuel right in front of us, and the opportunity to wean ourselves off of fossil fuels has been available all along.

China is currently the world’s largest producer of hemp, and has been using it for manufacturing purposes for over ten thousand years.  America imports more hemp products than any other country in the world, but the cultivation of hemp remains illegal throughout most of the country. Both of these nations are currently the world leaders in oil consumption, and contribute the most pollution into our atmosphere through the burning of fossil fuels.  If these great nations fully embraced the potential of hemp biofuel, we could reverse global warming whilst creating a clean, renewable source of energy for generations to come.

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“Oh Yeah, I’ve been meaning to Thank You because not only has my hair grown from the hemp oil but it also has shrunken my uterine fibroids. It used to be the size of a grapefruit now its the size of a tangerine, this stuff is Amazing, Thanks Again Jo!!! ” ~ConnectedToMeNow

Study below explains the medicinal benefits of Hemp Seed Oil.

http://www.davoil.ro/documente/the-composition-of-seed-oil-and-its-potential-as-an-important-source-nutrition.pdf

If you cannot get your hands on rick simpson oil try the hemp oil from your health food store. I took hemp oil, in just one month my skin brightened as if reverse aging was taking place. When you start taking hemp oil the trick is to watch your hands, your hands are the key indicator as to if the oil is working. The skin between your thumb and finger on the back of your hand should be soft and smooth if you have the correct levels of cancer preventing essential fatty acids such as Hemp ”Seed” Oil

I would advise anyone to read this study
http://www.greenhealthwatch.com/newsstories/newslatest/latest0701/omega-3-overdosing.html

Read about the Budwig cancer cure,biologist called Budwig, managed to cure a lady by using Flaxseed oil and cottage cheese – NO chemotherapy
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