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Cannabidiol, CBD – What does it actually do?

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By: Jennifer Corso, BA, MA Biochemical Physiologist, Darwin Brands Our nation is struggling to treat lifestyle constructs that foster chronic disease, an opioid crisis, and an obesity epidemic.  Further, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 6.7% of U.S. adults have suffered from a major depressive episode at least once in their life, with another …

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ON HEALTH: 3 Surprising Benefits of Smoking Marijuana

BY: Danielle Sedgwick and Tiffany Nicole Marijuana or also known as, cannabis, “Pot”, “Weed”, or “Dope” has been used in a variety of forms for thousands of years. Its hemp fibers can produce clothing or paper and more importantly, cannabis is world renowned for its natural healing properties. The most recent studies confirm it has …

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We Like Big Buds: AZ Cannabis Consumption Up 41%

By ACM Staff How do you burn the black market? Beat ‘em at their own game. The long battle between the underground economy and Arizona’s legal medical marijuana industry may be taking a decisive turn. In Dec. the Arizona Department of Health Services reported that 2018 set Arizona MMJ sales records on fire, burning through …

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Planting the Seeds, Part 2: Notes from January’s Hemp Hearings

By: Mikel Weiser January’s public hearing for the Dept of Agriculture’s Industrial Hemp Program felt less like the usual bureaucratic snooze-fest and more like a rollicking action-adventure movie. This was the sixth meeting of the series. By now, Hemp Program Manager Brian McGrew and the various committee members (Dwayne Alford, Co-Chair, Paco Ollerton, Co-chair, Michael Stoltz, Colleen …

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Lack of Access to Bankruptcy Continues to Hamper The Industry

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By: Gary Michael Smith, Esq. Criminal enterprises cannot wash away the sin of debt in the fresh-start waters of bankruptcy. If a criminal enterprise finds itself unable to meet its obligations, there is no easy escape. Because bankruptcy is governed by Federal law (bankruptcy is even mentioned in the United States Constitution), Federal law also …

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