A Closer Look at Manitoba’s Dispensary Announcement

The entrepreneurial community in Manitoba is invigorated following Tuesday’s announcements by Premier Brian Pallister and Minister of Growth, Enterprise, and Trade, Blaine Pedersen to allow for a private sector in the distribution and sale of marijuana.

One of the main highlights of this inclusive model involves privately owned and operated dispensaries that would source their supply from the province’s Liquor and Lotteries Corporation. This publicly-welcomed prototype is vastly different from the retail scenarios ...

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THC and Migraines: Study Indicates Tetrahydrocannabinol Can Help

A recent study published in the European Journal of Pharmacology examined the use of cannabinoids as a treatment for migraines in female rats and found THC has the power to reduce migraine-like pain.

Migraine headaches adversely affect more than 4 million Americans daily. Considered the sixth most disabling illness in the world, migraines that can last for 72 hours plague 12 percent of the U.S. population, according to the Migraine ...

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How do you manage arthritis in hands?

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Does blood flow from the heart affect memory?

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Blue Cookies Marijuana Strain Review

Strain Overview

The Scoop: Blue Cookies are considered by many online sources to be a heady cross between Girl Scout Cookies and Blueberry. The inspired offspring of two distinguished gene pools, Blue Cookies’ phenotypes lean noticeably toward her Indica roots. A multitasking beast in the modern world of medicinal cannabis, Blue Cookies allows the body to thoroughly unwind while delivering a palpable break for the overstimulated psyche.

The Result: Purple, pungent, and protected by her multihued ...

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Canada’s Licensed Producers Release Their Advertising Wish List

A coalition of Canada’s licensed producers (LPs) that represent approximately 90 percent of the legal Canadian marijuana-growing industry released their recommendations Wednesday on how they would like to see cannabis advertising take shape in the Great White North.

Bill C-45 has been speeding its way through the Parliamentary process since being introduced in April and Canada’s LPs have largely shown support and approval for the legislation with one ...

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Marijuana Reform Candidates and Issues Taste Victory on Election Night

The political fate of marijuana’s future in Virginia and New Jersey solidified after the polls closed Tuesday. While there were no statewide initiatives to legalize marijuana on the 2017 ballot, the synergistic momentum to reform existing marijuana laws made significant progress on Election Night 2017.

New Jersey: Murphy Wants Legalization Bill in First Hundred Days

The pro-legalization candidate from New Jersey, Phil Murphy (D),  defeated Kim Guadagno (R) by 12.9 percent. ...

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Brisk walking may help older women live longer

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