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posted Mar 1, 2018, 2:11 AM by Scott Salisbury


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Daily update  March 1, 2018
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Charges dismissed against stores accused of selling Cannabidiol-laced candy
The stores were padlocked after a joint law enforcement investigation deemed "Operation Candy Crush," in which officers obtained candy laced with Cannabidiol. According to a news release from D.A. Jennings H. Jones, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation classified CBD oil as a "Schedule VI ...
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GW's cannabidiol gets EU orphan status for TS
GW Pharma's cannabidiol (CBD) has been granted orphan drug designation by European regulators for the treatment of tuberous sclerosis (TS). TS is a potentially life-threatening, genetic disease that causes benign tumors to grow in the brain and on other vital organs. Up to 80 to 90 percent of ...
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This scientist is testing a marijuana ingredient as a way to prevent relapse. It's a daunting task
Cannabidiol is classified as a Schedule I drug 3, meaning the U.S. government thinks it carries severe safety concerns, no medicinal benefits, and a high risk of abuse. Even as a growing number of states legalize marijuana, the hard-line federal stance has made it difficult to do clinical research involving ...
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Significant hospital interest for breakthrough Cannabidioltreatment
Significant hospital interest for breakthrough Cannabidiol treatment ... Their most advanced is centred around Cannabidiol (CBD) - a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant and is now widely used to treat chronic pain, multiple sclerosis and other conditions. Some evidence even ...
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PreveCeutical seeing significant hospital interest for breakthrough Cannabidiol treatment
PreveCeutical seeing significant hospital interest for breakthrough Cannabidioltreatment ... Their most advanced is centred around Cannabidiol (CBD) - a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant and is now widely used to treat chronic pain, multiple sclerosis and other conditions.
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Idaho House OKs bill allowing use of marijuana derivative
If approved, Idahoans seeking to use the oil for medical purposes for themselves or their minor children would have to apply to the Idaho Board of Pharmacy for a cannabidiol registration card. Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD oil, comes from cannabis but contain little or no THC. Currently, 18 ...
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CBD oil, from hemp plant, crops up in Asheville businesses
Though the taste is a bonus, the real draw in this caffeine-free latte is the CBD, or cannabidiol, oil. The CBD served in the lattes is derived from Oregon-grown hemp, decocted from the flowers and leaves with hot dairy or coconut milk. "CBD is a miracle herb," said Andrew Snavely, the owner of Dobra ...
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CBD oil bill approved in Idaho House
A bill that would allow the use of CBD oil for medical purposes passed the Idaho House Wednesday with a 59-11 vote. It now goes to the Idaho Senate and, if passed there, will go to the governor's desk. Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD oil, comes from cannabis, but contains little or no THC, the ...
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CBD OIL BARONS: La Jolla Store No. 2 Opens
CBD (short for “cannabidiol”) oil is a cannabis derivative that does not get users high and is commonly used to ease a wide range of debilitating medical conditions including multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and chronic pain. “This is the test market to prove our franchise model,” said Pure Spectrum CEO ...
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Cannabis drug halves the risk of an epileptic fit in more than 40% of sufferers, study finds
A supplement derived from cannabis halves the risk of suffering a seizure in 44 percent of epilepsy sufferers, new research suggests. Taking cannabidiol (CBD) alongside the commonly-prescribed medication clobazam also makes 10 percent of epilepsy patients drug-free, a US study found. The dual ...
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