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posted Jan 27, 2018, 4:19 AM by Scott Salisbury
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Daily update  January 27, 2018
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Cannabidiol Tx May Reduce Drop Seizures in Lennox-Gastaut Patients
HealthDay News — For patients with drop seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, add-on cannabidiol is associated with a reduction in monthly drop seizure frequency, according to a study published online January 24 in The Lancet. Elizabeth A. Thiele, MD, from Massachusetts General ...
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Hemp Company to Produce Cannabidiol Products, Eventually Employ 271 Workers
AgTech Scientific plans to produce cannabis-derived products for humans and pets in a new Bourbon County plant that is expected to eventually employ 271 workers, Thursday's state report on economic incentives stated. CBD is a compound in cannabis that is said by some to have medical effects but ...
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Holcomb Backs Expansion of Cannabidiol Availability
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Cannabis oil could soon be legal for anyone to buy and sell in Indiana, and Governor Holcomb says he won't stand in the way. Currently, only patients with certain types of epilepsy can legally possess CBD oil in Indiana, and no one can legally sell it. Legislators are advancing various ...
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Idaho Bill Would Allow use of Marijuana Derivative
Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD oil, comes from cannabis but contain little or no THC. Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter vetoed ... Currently, 18 states allow use of "low THC, high cannabidiol (CBD)" products for medical reasons in limited situations or as a legal defense. The House Health and Welfare ...
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Staunchly Anti-Pot Idaho Introduces Legislation to Allow CBD Oil
On Thursday, far-right Republican Dorothy Moon introduced legislation in the state's House Health & Welfare Committee that would allow residents to use cannabidiol oil for medicinal purposes, if prescribed by a licensed practitioner. Residents would have to register with the Idaho Board of Pharmacy, ...
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Should CBD Be Legal? The United Nations Wants Your Input
The United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs, the agency that oversees the major international treaties on drug control, is considering how to properly categorize cannabidiol (CBD), a medically promising and non-intoxicating cannabinoid. And the UN wants to hear from you about it. Soon.
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Do Cannabis-Infused Beauty Products Actually Work? Everything You Need to Know
Chances are, you've probably started to notice cannabidiolhemp oil, or CBD hemp oil, popping up as an ingredient in beauty products such as body lotion and facial oil. While it's definitely the buzzy beauty ingredient of the moment, a fad this is not: CBD-infused beauty products have been growing in ...
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RehabGym in Williston to sell CBD balms for pain relief
Wellness centers across Vermont are now turning to natural products to treat their patients. RehabGYM in Williston is now selling and using Cannabidiol, also known as CDB, balms to treat patients for pain relief. The compound found in marijuana and doesn't get you high. RehabGYM was approached ...
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Phivida's Warrant Conversion Doubles Treasury in 24 Trading Days from IPO to $11 Million
In an explosive market sector such as medicinal cannabis, new entrants to the capital markets hit the ground running in a bid to capture the imagination of investors. Few companies have sprinted from the starting gun harder and faster than Vancouver-based Phivida (C.VIDA), offering cannabidiol ...
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Legality of CBD oil products being sold in Brandon unclear
A trip to B.O.B. Headquarters to investigate the accusation that afternoon revealed that the products in question, Miracle Cannabis Oil and CBD Cannabidiol Gummies, were both available out of the back room when requested. The question of their legal status was much harder to confirm, with legal ...
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