Scientific Study using CBD shows reduction of seizures by 39%

Author: Michelle Pancake Above is the chemical structure of Cannabidiol or CBD , one of 113 active cannabinoids in cannabis (image credit wikimedia commons) A groundbreaking article by CNN highlights a scientific study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showing that cannabidiol (CBD) is medically beneficial. The 14-day, double-blind, placebo-controlled human trial resulted in significantly reduced seizures in […]

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ARTICLE: Vote yes on Measure M to help L.A. make marijuana laws

(Getty Images) You may be wondering, if Marijuana is legal, why do I still have to vote for regulations? Though prop 64 made cannabis legal, it still requires local governments to create legislation dealing with local taxation, regulations, and enforcement before any recreational shops can open. Check out this article published today by LA Daily News, as it details […]

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Measure M: Vote for Inclusive, Diverse LA Cannabis Industry

A step forward for marijuana delivery services in LA comes as the City Council’s Proposition M gains support of the pro-pot community, detailed in this article by LA Weekly. It replaces the restrictive measure the UCBA Trade Association originally proposed, which allowed only 135 marijuana collectives in Los Angeles, excluded delivery-only or 3rd party delivery collectives, […]

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VIDEO: Mother’s Struggle with Cerebral Palsy and Access to Cannabis

Witness a glimpse of the daily struggle this mother with Cerebral Palsy endures, followed by the miraculous relief and control gained by smoking marijuana. She was forced to drive the streets to locate medicine due to living in a state without medical marijuana, risking the loss of her children if caught using marijuana. Moving to California, a […]

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