Category: Consumption

New Virginia Law Protects Students Using CBD

After a unanimous decision by Senate, students who use cannabidiol oil will be protected by legislation. As cited by WTKR News SB 1632, sponsored by Sen. Glen Sturtevant, R-Richmond, mandates that local school boards are to enforce policies that safeguard students from facing suspension or expulsion if they have “valid written certification” to use CBD […]

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Scientists Create Electricity from Cannabis in Urine

What can’t weed do? Turkish scientists have used cannabis metabolites from urine to produce electricity. Now that cannabis is increasingly becoming an accepted and legal form of medication (and leisure activity), scientists are looking for new ways to handle the urine of those who use it — and they’ve gotten pretty creative. Before, pee had just […]

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New York Liquor Store Owners Want to Sell Bud Too

The system in New York State for the sale of alcohol includes more than 2,000 liquor stores. Some of the owners joined together to suggest an alternative for cannabis sales to state officials recently. The group calls themselves The Last Store on Main Street. Their premise is that the stores already operate under a highly regulated and organized system. […]

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Canada Has Weed Shortages After Legalization

Canadians celebrated this week following the official legalization of cannabis in the country, making Canada the second country in the world to do so. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had made legalization of cannabis one of his key campaign promises when running for election back in 2015. Canada is the second country in the world to […]

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Weed Will Soon Be Grown in Outer Space

Scientists interested in cannabis as a subject for pharmaceutical studies may find an unlikely new home for their research into the plant, its byproducts, and biochemistry aboard the International Space Station. Yes, weed is going to space thanks to the work of a small Lexington, Ky.-based startup called Space Tango. The company makes a “clean room” […]

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Congress Denies Veterans Right to Medical Cannabis

Congress Denies Veterans Right to Medical Cannabis – A congressional conference committee negotiating the final details of funding legislation for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has decided against including a Senate-passed provision that would have allowed military veterans to receive medical marijuana recommendations from their government doctors. Under a bill to fund the […]

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Coca-Cola is Considering Cannabis Soda

Coca-Cola has had a longstanding tradition of adding ingredients to make you feel…different. After all, “coca” comes from the coca leaves the company added to its first recipe, and “cola” from the caffeine-rich kola nut that was once an ingredient. These days, you won’t find any traces of cocaine in a tall glass of Coke, but soon you may […]

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Baby Boomers Love Getting High

A new study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence on Thursday found that older Americans are increasingly turning to marijuana, particularly for medical purposes. How big is the trend? Twice as many adults aged 50-64 (nine percent) and about seven times as many adults 65 and older (three percent) reported using cannabis in the […]

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Worker Wins in Court After Being Fired for Legal Cannabis Use

A Connecticut woman’s rights under that state’s medical marijuana law were violated when a company refused to hire her on the basis of her legal cannabis use, and a lawsuit seeking damages against her would-be employer may proceed, a federal judge ruled. In 2016, Katelin Noffsinger filed suit against Bride Brook Health and Rehabilitation Center, a federal contractor, […]

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