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posted Dec 15, 2017, 5:05 AM by Scott Salisbury
Daily update  December 15, 2017
Cannabidiol is 'not likely to be abused,' WHO says
Cannabidiol, a naturally occurring chemical found in marijuana plants, is "not likely to be abused or create dependence," an initial review by the WHO's Expert Committee on Drug Dependence found. The organization decided that international prohibitions against pure cannabidiol are unwarranted, as it ...
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Scheduling Of Cannabidiol Unjustified Says WHO Committee
The World Health Organisation (WHO) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) has declared current evidence does not justify the scheduling of cannabidiolCannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid extracted from cannabis plants, including industrial hemp. The compound has ...
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Cannabidiol Industry: Global Market Size, Growth, Trends and 2022 Forecast Report
Cannabidiol Market 2017 Industry Research Report includes an in-depth overview of the current status of Cannabidiol market and projects its growth and each and every different integral thing across essential regional markets. This report provides vital data market size, share, supply, export, import, ...
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US Patent Office Further Limits CBD Trademarks
A confusing patent office ruling renders it unlikely that any CBD products can be trademarked anytime soon. The good news for Cannabidiol (CBD) extract and products manufacturers is that they finally have more clarification on which products can and cannot trademarked. The bad news is that the U.S. ...
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OMS emite recomendación para no catalogar el cannabidiol como una droga
La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) emitió una recomendación pública para no catalogar el cannabidiol (CBD), uno de los principales componentes activos de la marihuana, como una droga, informó la empresa HempMeds México. “La evidencia reciente de estudios en animales y humanos ...
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Cannabis Stock Report: GW Pharma Re-Acquires Sativex
An oromucosal spray, Sativex is a formulated extract containing a 1:1 ratio of cannabidiol (CBD) and delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The drug is approved for the treatment of spasticity in patients with multiple sclerosis in 29 countries. In 2007 the original agreement between the two companies ...
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Top 5 CBD Oil Brands For 2017 Get Ratings Update On CBDReporter.com
Recently, the WADA, the World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD oil (cannabidiol) from its prohibited substances list, so athletes can consume it. CBDReporter.com is an A+ Rated Better Business Bureau Accredited website founded in 2016 and features profiles, ratings and reviews of popular CBD ...
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CBD Company Launches Contest for 1 Year Worth of Free Products
It boasts many medical benefits without making people feel “high”; unlike how the psychoactive chemical in marijuana does, THC. Also unlike THC, Cannabidiol has few if any side effects to those who are treated with it. In recent years, it became difficult for those looking for CBD to find safe and quality ...
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CV Sciences Inc (OTCMKTS:CVSI) To Showcase At The 25th A4M Congress
This will be a prospect for CV Sciences to demonstrate their leadership efforts as the leading force of the hemp-derived Cannabidiol segment for the healthcare practitioners' industry. The A4M brings together famous speakers, keynotes, and notable faculty panels who help attendees in integrating and ...
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Hammond mayor McDermott, and his dog, confront Indiana attorney general over CBD oil
INDIANAPOLIS — Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. is barking mad over Attorney General Curtis Hill's recent pronouncement that cannabidiol, also known as CBD oil, is illegal to purchase in Indiana. The Democratic mayor on Wednesday accused the first-term Republican of "grandstanding" on ...
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TGA recognised WHO findings on cannabidiol three years ago
TGA recognised WHO findings on cannabidiol three years ago. Recent media reports suggesting that the WHO had determined that there were no public health risks with medicinal cannabis or 'medical marijuana' are untrue. 15 December 2017. Recent media reports suggesting that the World Health ...
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