Trusted Medical Cannabis Health Care Leaders Compassionate Certification Centers And Partner to Provide CBD Products to Patients

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PENNSYLVANIA: Trusted health care leaders Compassionate Certification Centers, a physician-owned medical cannabis network, and, a digital portal and resource for cannabis patients, today announced they have partnered to distribute a co-branded, non-THC, CBD product line nationwide. When Compassionate Certification Centers debuted its CBD line last year, recognized the brand as one of the Read the full article…

Thank You To All Our Loyal Readers, Subscribers, Members And Sponsors!

Happy Hempy Holidays from MJBA

As we enter December and our 5th anniversary, the Marijuana Business Association (MJBA) would like to take this opportunity to thank all our members, sponsors, subscribers and followers for your contribution in helping us to firmly establish ourselves as one of the leading b2b organizations in legal cannabis.  It’s been an amazing first five years, Read the full article…

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month, and the folks at have created a special video to help raise awareness of the disorder and how how medical cannabis and, in particular, CBD, can help with childhood epilepsy.         

What You Need To Know Before Talking To Your Doctor About Medical Marijuana

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By Zack M Despite marijuana’s legalization, cannabis continues to remain illegal on a federal level in most states.  However, the United States’ federal law has lifted the ban on the usage of medical cannabis, which has encouraged certain states to permit the consumption of medical marijuana. It isn’t hard to understand why one would want Read the full article…

Arizona targets lax medical marijuana doctors

Humble said he was troubled that so few physicians were writing so many marijuana recommendations.

ARIZONA: Arizona health officials are looking to root out physicians who are improperly recommending medical marijuana for patients who claim to suffer from chronic pain. As part of the effort, the state Department of Health Services wants to collect more nuanced information about those patients with chronic pain, The Arizona Republic reported in a story published Saturday. Patients seeking Read the full article…