7 Best CBD Gummies To Purchase This Year

It’s hard not to notice how popular CBD has become recently. People commonly ingest it through oils and tinctures, but like marijuana, there are other ways to reap its significant health benefits (that do not come with feeling high). One of these ways is through edibles. Instead of marijuana cookies you may be familiar with, Read the full article…

Makers Of Charlotte’s Web Launch CW Simply Capsules

COLORADO:  CW Hemp, makers of the world-renowned Charlotte’s Web™ hemp extract oils with cannabinoids, announced today the launch of their CW™ SiMPLY line of capsule products.  “CW SiMPLY was created to make it easier for our busy customers to integrate Charlotte’s Web into their daily routines,” said Ashley Grace, Chief Marketing and e-Commerce Officer for CW Hemp.  “Charlotte’s Read the full article…

Marijuana Grower Licenses Available In Florida

FLORIDA:  In June of last year Florida Governor Rick Scott signed into law a bill that legalizes the use of low-potency marijuana for medical purposes. On Wednesday of this week the state will begin accepting applications from parties interested in being one of five legal regional growing operations in the state. It won’t be cheap Read the full article…

Fla. low-THC medical marijuana law passes major hurdle

FLORIDA:  We’ve shared their emotional stories. Parents from all over the state have been waiting. Waiting to get their hands on Charlotte’s Web, a low-THC form of medical marijuana, to treat illnesses their children have such as epilepsy, seizures and cancer. Finally, on Wednesday they got an answer when a judge threw out a lawsuit Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Entrepreneur Wants To Grow Pot At Seneca Army Depot

NEW YORK:  Town officials here are backing a proposal by a well-known medical marijuana entrepreneur to grow pot at the former Seneca Army Depot midway between Syracuse and Rochester. Josh Stanley, who helped develop a strain of medical marijuana known as “Charlotte’s Web” used to treat epileptic children, wants to build a greenhouse to grow Read the full article…

Pediatric Academy Now Says Medical Marijuana May Help Some Ill Kids

COLORADO:  Marijuana use should be decriminalized and federal officials should reclassify cannabis as a less dangerous drug to spur vital medical research, the leading group of U.S. pediatricians recommended Monday. In an update to its 2004 policy statement on pot, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) also recognized marijuana may be a treatment option for Read the full article…

Licenses to Grow Medical Marijuana Should Not Be Awarded by Lottery, Lawsuit Argues

FLORIDA:  Medical marijuana hasn’t even been legalized yet, but already there’s a legal challenge over how licenses for growers might be doled out. Two Florida plant nurseries have sued to replace a proposed lottery system with a more rigorous, merit-based approach. The Department of Health’s Office of Compassionate Use proposed a lottery method of awarding grow licenses Read the full article…

Finally, Some Hard Science On Medical Marijuana For Epilepsy Patients

COLORADO:  For years, some parents have turned to medical marijuana to treat their children’s debilitating epilepsy, crediting the drug with dramatically reducing seizure activity. A groundbreaking clinical trial about to begin recruiting test subjects may finally provide some science to back their claims. In what is believed to be the first study of its kind, Read the full article…

Marijuana War In Florida

FLORIDA:  The battle lines are drawn. You are either for or against Amendment 2. This will be on the ballot come November. Amendment 2 is the medical marijuana that has THC content. This is the marijuana that will get you high as well as help with nausea especially when you have cancer and must take Read the full article…

Florida Governor Signs Law Allowing Limited Medical Marijuana Use

FLORIDA:  Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a law on Monday allowing for the limited use of a special strain of marijuana to treat epileptic seizures and other diseases. State lawmakers passed the measure this spring with bipartisan support after impassioned appeals from parents seeking access to the form of marijuana known as “Charlotte’s Web,” named Read the full article…