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posted Apr 27, 2018, 6:19 AM by Scott Salisbury
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Daily update  April 27, 2018
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Bills authorizing cannabidiol products, new state park go to governor
Topeka — A bill that would authorize the sale of cannabidiol products, also known as CBD, a derivative of hemp plants, is now on its way to Gov. Jeff Colyer. The Kansas Senate on Thursday gave final passage to Senate Bill 282, which amends the definition of "marijuana" in state law to specifically ...
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Last chance to expand Iowa's medical marijuana program likely dead in the state legislature
The Senate Ways and Means Committee passed a bill on Monday that would eliminate the cap on THC, an active ingredient in the cannabidiol that will go on sale in the state's five licensed dispensaries in December, and allow doctors to prescribe cannabidiol for any patient they determine it might help.
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Marijuana and Autism: Researchers Explore How CBD May Help Children With Severe Cases of ...
There's currently no treatment or cure for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but researchers have long studied how to ease patients' symptoms. Now, scientists want to explore whether cannabidiol, a marijuana extract, could provide some hope. In a statement released Wednesday, the University of ...
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Majestic Oil & Gas, Inc. Enters Into an LOI to Purchase 50% of SkyCloud Terpenes LLC
Expectations for the cannabidiol (CBD) market continue to look bright as estimates are projecting the market to grow by 700% by 2020, according to Forbes . A new report by cannabis/legal marijuana market analysis firm Hemp Business Journal projects that the CBD market will grow to $2.1 billion by ...
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Majestic Oil & Gas, Inc. Enters Into an LOI to Purchase 50% of SkyCloud Terpenes LLC
SkyCloud specializes in Terpene distribution, development of Terpene based products, and providing solutions for businesses who have a need for, or can benefit from, the use of Terpenes in their own products, especially within the cannabidiolmarket. "We are excited to be associated with SkyCloud ...
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Cease and desist: Store owners doubt test results after 'unlawful' THC levels detected
Cannabidiol, or CBD, comes in many forms and proponents say it can be used to treat a number of ailments. To be sold legally in the United States, Brian Mobley, owner of Golden Almond Health Store, said all CBD products must contain 0.3 percent or less of THC - the chemical component found in the ...
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Could hemp help to beat ovarian cancer?
Similar studies have been carried out using cannabidiol, but this is the first time that the anti-migration powers of hemp have been studied. The scientists hope that, potentially, the extract might one day be useful for slowing or preventing ovarian cancer metastasis. The study authors write, "Based on the ...
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Green Gorilla Launches Equine Care Line of Pure CBD Oil
LOS ANGELES, April 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Green Gorilla™, a leading manufacturer and brand of cannabidiol (CBD) products, has added three equine care products to its flagship Hemp & Olive™ line of pure CBD oils. The equine care products are available in 3000mg and 7500mg concentrations ...
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U. gets $740K grant for cannabis research
The initiative will conduct randomized placebo controlled clinical trials with 45 Utahns experiencing chronic pain to determine the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis often called THC, and cannabidiol or CBD, which is not considered to have any psychoactive or ...
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Local mother applauds first step in FDA approval of seizure reducing, plant-based drug
They are one of 46 families participating in Augusta University's cannabidiol oil trial for people with epilepsy. Now, that oral medicine is closer to helping more people after a Food and Drug Administration advisory committee recently recommended approval of the first prescription drug for Epidiolex.
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