Long-delayed Utah Medical Marijuana Study Might Not Be Ready In Time for Legalization Vote

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By Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A $500,000 state-funded study, designed to gauge marijuana’s impact on pain, has been delayed so many times federal regulations that it might not be ready before Utah voters decide in November whether to pass a medical marijuana ballot initiative. Ivy Estabrooke, executive director of the Utah Science… Read more »

Marijuana Legalization Missed Out in New Jersey’s Budget

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By Associated Press By Mike Catalini TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey did not legalize recreational marijuana as part of the state’s newly enacted budget, but Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and a key lawmaker say it will get done soon. Advocates of legalization say they’re trying to overcome decades of stigma as well as a… Read more »

A Beginner’s Guide to Marijuana Use in Vermont

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By Jessica Peralta Home of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and known for its maple syrup, Vermont seems like the perfect place to take up pot. On July 1, 2018, the state’s law legalizing recreational marijuana use officially took effect. But before you go out and buy a quart of Cherry Garcia with a joint… Read more »

Flower Power: Smoking Weed Is a Constant Source of Happiness

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By Shirley Ju Who loves flowers? Nowadays, there’s a million ways to consume marijuana and cannabis, but there’s also a ton of personal preference. For me, not ingesting edibles leaves me thirsting for actual weed and pre-rolls. I honestly can’t think of a better way to end my day than with a good old Backwoods…. Read more »

Trump Adviser Favors Marijuana to Treat PTSD; Mexico’s President Hints at Legalization; Hemp Has Senate Leaders’ Support

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By Monterey Bud President Donald Trump’s advisers for the U.S. Veterans Administration suggest studying medicinal cannabis as treatment for treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the “right thing to do.” Mexico’s next president vows to reshape drug policy, and the US Senate’s top representatives took time out of their busy schedules to check up on… Read more »

A Whole-Plant Terpene Profile for Extracts? Israel Company is Making it Happen

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By Don Jergler Consistency is the path to success for Eybna Technologies Ltd., a developer of custom cannabis extraction methods. The research and development company, founded in 2014 in Israel, specializes in developing what can be considered terpene technology, which is sold to companies in the US, Canada and Europe, mostly through CDB distillates and… Read more »