What’s Up With The Multi Level Marketing Of Hemp-Derived CBD?

So what’s the real deal with Kannaway?

If you’re involved in any way in the Cannabis industry – whether you’re a patient, advocate, or cannabis business person – chances are, you’ve heard about Kannaway, or its “Buzz Launch,” or Real Scientific Hemp Oil (RSHO), or hemp vape, or Hemp Meds Px, or Medical Marijuana Inc., or CannVest, or all of the above. Read the full article…

Mississippi House Passes Bill To Legalize Marijuana Oil With Tight Restrictions

The House voted 112-6 to pass the final version of House Bill 1231. The Senate still must approve the agreement before it goes to Gov. Phil Bryant for his consideration.

MISSISSIPPI:  The Mississippi House of Representatives voted Thursday to make a medicinal marijuana oil legal in the state under tightly controlled circumstances. The House voted 112-6 to pass the final version of House Bill 1231. The Senate still must approve the agreement before it goes to Gov. Phil Bryant for his consideration. Thursday’s action was Read the full article…

Eight Year Old Battling Cancer Finds Help Through Medical Marijuana

She started cannabis oil treatment right away and it led to immediate results.

OREGON:  Just after her 7th birthday, Mykayla Comstock was diagnosed with intermediate risk T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia; a rare and aggressive blood and bone cancer. “I thought it was just a typical child illness, such as pneumonia,” says Erin Purchase, Mykayla’s mother.  “It was an extended cough with fevers.  I never dreamed it could be cancer.  I Read the full article…

Alabama Senate Facing Bill Allowing Marijuana Oil

Republican Sen. Paul Sanford says his bill could win or lose by a single vote.

ALABAMA: A Huntsville legislator expects a close vote when the state Senate considers his bill allowing an extract from marijuana to be used to treat children’s seizures from epilepsy. Republican Sen. Paul Sanford says his bill could win or lose by a single vote. Sanford’s bill was on the Senate’s work agenda Thursday, but the Senate broke for the weekend Read the full article…

7 Things You Need To Know About Sativex

Recognizing their medical capacity, major pharmaceutical companies have put to use derivatives of the chemicals found in marijuana or their synthetic counterparts to address various ailments.

GREAT BRITAIN: Many are starting to hear about a marijuana-based pharmaceutical called Sativex. The drug, which comes as an oral spray, has already been approved in 24 countries as a treatment for multiple sclerosis. While yet to be approved in the United States, Sativex is legally available in countries like Canada, Australia, Britain and, most recently, Read the full article…

Conservative Committee Opens Door To Medical Marijuana For Florida

The 11-1 vote by the House Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, was a historic moment for the conservatives in the GOP-dominated House. It was the first time in modern history that the Florida Legislature voted to approve any marijuana-related product.

FLORIDA:  One conservative Republican who has suffered from brain cancer talked about the deceit of the federal government in hiding the health benefits of marijuana for his cancer. Another legislator reluctantly met with a South Florida family, only to be persuaded to support legalizing the drug. Then there was Rep. Charles Van Zant, the surly Read the full article…

Gupta: 'I Am Doubling Down' On Medical Marijuana

It is about emerging science that not only shows and proves what marijuana can do for the body but provides better insights into the mechanisms of marijuana in the brain, helping us better understand a plant whose benefits have been documented for thousands of years. This journey is also about a Draconian system where politics override science and patients are caught in the middle.

It’s been eight months since I last wrote about medical marijuana, apologizing for having not dug deeply into the beneficial effects of this plant and for writing articles dismissing its potential. I apologized for my own role in previously misleading people, and I feel very badly that people have suffered for too long, unable to obtain Read the full article…

Georgia State Lawmakers OK Medical Marijuana As Seizure Treatment

"This really was a human story," Peake said in an interview on Tuesday. "I couldn't be more proud of my colleagues for the courageous vote they cast."

GEORGIA:  A Georgia measure that would legalize use of a liquid, non-intoxicating form of marijuana for patients with severe seizure disorders has been passed by the state House of Representatives with wide support. Lawmakers approved the legislation on Monday in a 171-4 bipartisan vote, and the bill, which would limit availability of medical marijuana to Read the full article…

Wisconsin Bill Would Legalize Marijuana Ingredient CBD To Treat Stubborn Seizures

Nic Volker, 9, takes a break while playing a video game at home in Monona. His mother wants him to try a non-psychoactive component of marijuana for his seizure disorder, but it is illegal in Wisconsin and most states. A bill introduced by Rep. Robb Kahl, D-Monona, would allow the use of cannabidiol, or CBD, for seizures.

WISCONSIN: Seizures cause Nic Volker to shake or stare blankly dozens of times most days, despite medication and a special diet, his mother says. She wants the 9-year-old to try something that has helped children with seizure disorders: cannabidiol, or CBD, an ingredient in marijuana that isn’t psychoactive but is illegal in Wisconsin and most states. Read the full article…

Marijuana Bill Clears Georgia Committee

nxious parents sighed in relief as medical marijuana inches closer to becoming legal in Georgia. After nearly two hours of debate, the Georgia House's Health and Human Services committee unanimously voted to pass House Bill 885.

GEORGIA: Without opposition, a Georgia House committee Wednesday supported a bill to legalize medical marijuana in the state. That vote by the House Health Committee on House Bill 885 came around 6:45 p.m. State Representative Allen Peake says he expected his bill would be sent to the House Rules Committee and then hit the House floor Read the full article…