Arizona may limit hemp farms' proximity to marijuana farms

Some of Arizona’s medical marijuana growers have shared their growing concerns over hemp with state lawmakers.

The growers want a law enacted to require a multi-mile buffer zone between where hemp farmers can grow in relation to medical marijuana farms, Tucson.com reported. Hemp growers think 5 miles is more than adequate while marijuana growers think a minimum of 10 miles is necessary.

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California declares marijuana smoke, THC a risk to pregnant women

A California panel voted on Wednesday to require warning labels for cannabis products sold legally in the state.

California’s Developmental and Reproductive Toxicant Identification Committee made the decision after concluding that marijuana smoke and its active ingredient, THC, are harmful to pregnant women and the development of the fetus, says Tracy Woodruff, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the committee.

“We reviewed probably several hundred studies,” Woodruff says of the committee’s research. “We were focused on the effects of exposure to cannabinoid smoke and THC on development, so development of the fetus.”

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U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 52, hospitalizations to 2,409

U.S. health officials said on Thursday four more deaths occurred since last week from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vaping, taking the total toll to 52.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also reported 118 more hospitalized cases from 50 states, the District of Columbia, and two U.S. territories, as of Dec. 10. The number of people hospitalized now stands at 2,409.

The deaths have been confirmed in 26 states and the District of Columbia.

U.S. officials last month reported the discovery of Vitamin E acetate — believed to be used as a cutting agent in illicit vaping products containing marijuana components — in all lung samples from 29 patients.

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Canada: Medical marijuana user refused alcohol sale at Loblaw after cashier smells Cannabis

A medical marijuana user was turned away from an Ottawa Loblaw store, after a cashier refused to sell her beer, because the cashier said the customer smelled like cannabis.

Christie Southward uses marijuana for back pain and anxiety, but she had not been using when she went shopping at the McArthur Avenue Loblaw this week.

“At first I thought he was joking and he was very serious”, Southward told CTV Ottawa.

 “I was getting my groceries, and when it came to my alcohol, the cashier stopped and said he will not sell it to me because I smelled like pot”, she said.

Southward says she had not used marijuana that day, and believes the cashier smelled it on her jacket.

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Peru effectively launches its medical marijuana program

Government officials effectively launched Peru’s medical marijuana program last week with the publication of regulations for the production and distribution of medicinal cannabis. Although some rules to implement the South American nation’s 2017 law legalizing medical marijuana had been issued by decree earlier this year, they did not include guidelines for companies to apply for required licenses.

Under the new rules, licenses will be available for research, production, import, wholesale commercialization, seed production, and retail sales of cannabis. To obtain a license, applicants must submit detailed information including agricultural production plans and security protocols.

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MLB to remove cannabis from list of abused drugs, will test for opioids and cocaine

Still reeling from the sudden death of a young pitcher, Major League Baseball and its players’ union have agreed to a policy under which players will be tested for opioids and cocaine.

The policy, which was announced Thursday, comes a little more than five months after the Los Angeles Angels’ Tyler Skaggs was found dead in a hotel room in Dallas. Skaggs, who was only 27, died after choking on his own vomit, and was found by an examiner to have alcohol and two opioid-based painkillers, fentanyl and oxycodone, in his system.

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Changes proposed for Ohio's medical marijuana control program

Nearly 75,000 Ohioans have registered with the state to receive medical marijuana. Of those, just over 51,000 have actually purchased the product. Those involved with the program propose some changes they say will improve it for everyone.

Erin Reed, the Board of Pharmacy’s Director of Medical Marijuana, says proposed changes to the program will make it work better.

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How Safe and Effective Are CBD Treats for Dogs?

The CBD rush is leaving marks everywhere – even in the world of our pets.

Our furry friends have recently experienced some of this cannabinoid’s benefits in the form of tasty dog treats. However, pet parents still have questions and concerns.

Things get even more complicated if we consider that veterinarians are prohibited by law to prescribe or recommend CBD, making it impossible to have an honest conversation with them.

Meanwhile, the market is expanding, dog treats are at our fingertips, along with plenty of online information and misinformation.

Here’s our guide through the jungle.

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New govt website on use of medical cannabis

The Public Health Ministry is launching a website designed to provide information about the use of medical cannabis for public reference.

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said on Wednesday the website (www.medicalcannabis.go.th) would provide a comprehensive source of information about medical cannabis, covering topics ranging from cultivation to safe consumption methods. 

"To make it easier for everyone to understand, every piece of information published on the website has been simplified and is supported by reliable sources," he said.

The website was still not working on Thursday morning.

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New guidelines approved for medical cannabis in Brazil

This week Brazil approved cannabis guidelines in order to establish a legalised environment for the sale and consumption of cannabis for medical use.

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Peru passes long-awaited regulations to open medical cannabis market

atients and producers of medical cannabis in Peru can enjoy a fiesta as the country joins several of its Latin American neighbours in the rapidly expanding market.

While Peru first legalized cannabis oil for medical use two years ago, it’s been a long wait for the government to pass legislation to sanction further economic activity.

On Wednesday, it was announced that the Ministry of Health (Minsa) approved the technical legal document entitled Guidelines for the medicinal use of cannabis and its derivatives.

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California Could Declare THC A Risk For Pregnant Individuals

More than three years after California voters broadly legalized marijuana, a state panel is considering if its potent, high-inducing chemical — THC — should be declared a risk to pregnant women and require warnings.

Studies have indicated that a rising number of mothers-to-be have turned to marijuana products for relief from morning sickness and headaches, though it’s effectiveness has not been backed by science.

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Oklahoma Law Would Fast-Track Medical Marijuana Licenses For Terminally Ill Patients

An Oklahoma lawmaker is proposing a new law that would expedite the process for terminally ill patients to obtain a license to use medical marijuana. Under a bill introduced by Republican state Sen. Rob Standridge of Norman, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority would have up to five days to issue medical marijuana identification cards to qualified terminally ill patients.

“I find the areas in which we can really help people with the medical marijuana, and one of those is end of life,” said Standridge.

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GOP Shows Support For Legalizing Medical Cannabis In Wisconsin

For more than a decade, the Wisconsin Legislature has been where marijuana reform bills go to die. But a new bill to legalize some forms of medical marijuana, introduced by a pair of Republican lawmakers instead of the usual cohort of Democrats, may fare differently. At the very least, the new medical marijuana proposal may mean that the Wisconsin GOP’s brick-wall opposition to marijuana legalization is beginning to crack.

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People prefer marijuana for treating sleep disorders to standard meds

People in US states with legal marijuana are increasingly opting to treat sleep disorders with cannabis instead of other medication, a new study concluded.

Researchers at the University of New Mexico and California State Polytechnic University looked at the effect recreational marijuana dispensaries have on sales of over-the-counter (OTC) sleep drugs in Colorado, where weed has been legal since 2014.

Based on the statistics they collected from several sources, the researchers concluded that the data “supports survey evidence” that more people are turning to marijuana to treat insomnia and other sleep disorders, particularly mild and moderate ones.

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Where Cannabis Is Legal, Americans Are More Likely to Believe It Has Benefits

"Our results show that residents of states where marijuana has been legalized for recreational use have an overall more favorable view towards potential benefits of marijuana use and were more likely to attribute benefits to marijuana use that are not supported by evidence," write Salomeh Keyhani, MD, MPH, of University of California, San Francisco, and colleagues. They believe their findings raise concerns, at a time when the cannabis industry is growing rapidly and new products are being aggressively marketed.

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'The Science Is There': A Former Green Beret On How Cannabis Can Help Veterans With PTSD

Experiencing trauma is far from rare.

Around six in every 10 men and five in every 10 women experience at least one trauma during their lives, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The risk that military personnel face of developing post-traumatic stress disorder is well-known. 

The worst possible outcome of PTSD, suicide, is growing in frequency among veterans. 

The suicide rate among veterans in the U.S. increased by 25.6 percent from 2005 to 2016, versus 20.6 percent growth for non-veterans. 

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MLB intends to remove cannabis from list of banned substances

Changes are afoot for Major League Baseball (MLB) players — and they come in the form of softer penalties for illicit drug consumption, changes to the list of banned substances and a focus on harm reduction.

Both the MLB and the MLB Players Association are in the process of negotiating amendments to the league’s drug policies.

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CBD Might Help Treat Seizures Triggered By Rare Genetic Disorder

A preliminary study continues to support evidence that CBD can be used as an alternative method to treat different kinds of seizures.

CBD’s positive effects on seizures has been supported by several different studies, and stands as the most definitive medicinal benefit of the compound. A new study found that CBD might also help with hard-to-treat seizures produced by a rare genetic disorder.

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K-9s Are Sniffing Out Vape Devices With THC In Ohio Schools

Vapes, especially portable handheld vapes, have exploded in popularity over recent years. And that includes among teens.

As a result, high schools in different parts of the country are starting to take measures to crack down on vaping on school grounds. The most recent example of this comes out of Ohio.

There, a number of schools have started installing and using vape detectors to figure out when students are vaping. Additionally, some schools have taken more extreme measures, bringing in K-9 units to sniff out vapes.

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Does Weed Make You Live Longer?

In many ways, the world of cannabis continues to operate in the realms of rumor and hearsay. This is especially true when it comes to the possible medical and health benefits of the plant. And this shouldn’t be surprising. Cannabis prohibition laws have made it very hard to conduct and compile sustained scientific research. The idea that cannabis can extend your life expectancy is one of those topics that could be legend just as easily as it could be fact. So what’s really going on? Does weed make you live longer? Here’s what research shows so far.

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Is Smoking Marijuana Bad For Your Lungs?

Moderate marijuana users shouldn’t overly worry themselves, though heavy consumption could lead to adverse effects.

This month, Willie Nelson shocked stoner circles around the world when the Red Headed Stranger announced he had quit smoking weed. A spokesperson later clarified that Nelson still uses marijuana, he just stopped smoking it for health reasons.

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Using CBG To Treat Clinical Depression

Cannabis has long been used to alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions, but which cannabinoid is most effective has always been up for debate.

Today we will focus on Cannabigerol, or CBG, and the different reasons why it’s an excellent option for treating depression. According to the World Health Organization, depression is the most common mental illness, affecting over 264 million people worldwide. Depression is a leading cause of disability as well as a major contributor to the overall poor health.

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Can CBG Be The Answer To Treating Glaucoma?

Glaucoma was one of the very first conditions to be treated with medical cannabis, but over time it’s been determined that certain cannabinoids can make the condition worse.

Back in 1971, Hepler and Frank reported a 25–30% drop in intraocular eye pressure in a small number of subjects who had recently smoke cannabis. To this day, glaucoma is still a commonly cited reason for prescribing medical cannabis.

When it comes to glaucoma, the cannabinoid most commonly associated with healthcare – CBD – is actually detrimental to this condition. Historically, THC has been successful treatment option, but new studies indicate that another cannabinoid might be even more effective – CBG or cannabigerol.

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Over 200 Visitors Enroll In New Mexico Medical Cannabis Program

New Mexico’s medical cannabis program is attracting enrollment from outside the state after legislative reforms did away with an in-state residency requirement.

November enrollment statistics from the state Health Department show that 215 cannabis patients reside outside the state. New Mexico medical marijuana provider Ultra Health said Friday that nonresident patients are coming primarily from the neighboring state of Texas and from as far away as Illinois and Michigan.

Total patient enrollment climbed to 78,810. That is an 18% increase since November 2018. Per-patient enrollment in the cannabis program is highest in rural Sierra, Quay and Lincoln counties.

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Israel all set to export medical marijuana in valuable new business

Nearly a year after the government supported the proposal, Israel will finally export its medical cannabis after having received final approval.

The country is expected to see 1 billion shekels ($273 million) in annual medical marijuana revenue as Israel is one of the world’s top producers.

The government approved exports in January of this year, but due to the months-long political gridlock in Israel, the process stretched out for longer than expected.

Previous efforts to cash-in on Israel’s booming pot industry overseas were reportedly hindered last year by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s close relationship with US President Donald Trump.

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MJBizCon Las Vegas is here!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And of course what we mean is that MJBizCon Las Vegas has arrived once again. Setup is officially underway at the world’s largest cannabis conference.

The conference will take place December 11 to 13 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Approximately 35,000 people from more than 70 countries are expected to attend this year. The show will feature more than 1,300 exhibitors from all different areas of the industry including greenhouse manufacturers, lighting suppliers, financial advisors, cannabis industry lawyers and everything in between. 


Booth are being put together for MJBizCon Las Vegas 

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How Caffeine and Weed Interact

People adore coffee, and most of us are pretty dependant on it.

Coffee is one of the world’s most traded commodities, the most widely used legal psychoactive substance, and its impact on the modern way of life is simply undeniable.

A fresh cup of Joe is a source of flavor and enjoyment, but the core reason why people indulge in coffee is because of the invigorating effects it produces.

The main active ingredient in coffee (found also in the majority of teas and soft drinks) is caffeine, a powerful compound responsible for the energizing sensations we experience.

While caffeine is a strictly stimulating substance, cannabis is considered as both a stimulant and a depressant.

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Mass. Health Officials Admit Lung Patients May Have Used Illicit Vapes, Too

State health officials conceded Friday night that six Massachusetts patients suffering from probable cases of vaping-related lung illnesses may have used illicit marijuana vapes in addition to legal ones, a surprising revision from the day before when officials suggested products sold at licensed cannabis retailers were to blame for the ailments.

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6 People in Massachusetts reportedly sick after using vapes from licensed source

Health officials in Massachusetts revealed this week that six patients have suffered illnesses likely linked to marijuana vaping products purchased from dispensaries. Those reports, which are unconfirmed, are alarming, given that they stem from regulated products, and not those purchased from the illicit market. 

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How long does THC stay in your urine?

Weed is the most popular federally illicit drug in the United States. And employers know it. Indeed, cannabis is the most commonly detected drug in workplace urine drug tests.

Setting aside for a moment the totally legitimate criticisms of workplace drug screenings, and debates about the efficacy and accuracy of the tests and the generally humiliating, privacy-invading feel of the whole operation, let’s drill down into one simple question: how long does THC stay in your urine?

Overview: It’s…Complicated

Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer. So let’s simplify things by re-framing the question. Certainly, you’re not here for an academic treatise on cannabinoid metabolism.

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Minnesota OKs Medical Cannabis For Chronic Pain, Eye Disease

Minnesota is expanding the state’s medical marijuana program to include chronic pain and age-related macular degeneration as conditions that can qualify for treatment, state health officials said Monday.

The state Department of Health also said it would allow more sites where patients can access medical cannabis. The changes take effect in August, Minnesota Public Radio News reported.

Minnesota’s medical marijuana program began in 2014. Originally, only nine conditions were on the list, but now it covers such conditions as obstructive sleep apnea, post-traumatic stress disorder and cancer.

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Never Admit To Police That You’ve Been Smoking Marijuana

While marijuana is no longer bound by total prohibition, police are still finding ways to drag people to jail for using this stuff. And sometimes, these legal troubles are brought on by a person’s own admission.

Now that marijuana is legal in more spots across the United States, people seem to have this idea that it’s okay to be all willy-nilly about their pot use. Some believe that legalization means there are no longer any rules associated with this plant, so they throw caution to the wind when it comes to leaving their homes with weed. And that can spell disaster in some cases, especially with any situation involving a pot consumer and the police.

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Is There Enough Growth in Medical Marijuana Stocks?

The medical market for pot could become a casualty of the growing movement to legalize recreational marijuana. With legalized recreational products commanding higher prices, the supply of medical marijuana could take a hit – and that could be bad news for investors banking on the segment's growth.

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Science still confused over whether marijuana can tame opioid epidemic

There is a growing body of evidence showing that medical marijuana could be all that is needed to tame the gnarly beast known as the opioid epidemic. On the other hand, there is also some research showing that this is all kooky talk.

It seems that ever since the first study emerged showing that the cannabis plant might be able to prevent tens of thousands of Americans from dropping dead every year from fatal overdoses, we have seen a steady stream of new studies showing conflicting results. To say the science over this concept is all over the map is an understatement.

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Major League Baseball Calls For Rehab, Not Suspension For Players On Opioids

Players who test positive for opioids would enter treatment and not be suspended under the change to Major League Baseball’s drug agreement being negotiated by management and the players’ association, according to union head Tony Clark.

Talks to add testing for opioids began following the death this year of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs. Players have been tested for performance-enhancing substances since 2004 and for banned stimulants since 2006.

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Is the Polish medical cannabis market becoming more open?

Will the Polish medical cannabis market set itself ahead of the game in Europe as the medical cannabis industry evolves?

The Polish medical cannabis market is becoming more and more open. Does this mean that Poland, step by step will move towards further changes in legal regulations and in the future will become a leader in the medical cannabis market?

In order to answer the aforementioned question, one should consider such issues as how current Polish legal regulations affect the possibilities of placing medical cannabis on the market.

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Missouri Has More Medical Marijuana Patients Than Expected

Interest in medical marijuana use has far outpaced expectations only five months into Missouri’s new program.

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Why It’s Still So Hard to Sell Medical Marijuana in Asia

Marijuana legalization seems to be making strides across the globe, but there are still plenty of pockets where the idea faces fierce resistance, namely in Asia.

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As medical marijuana products come to Maryland, so do regulations

New medical marijuana products will soon be available in Maryland. Cannabis edibles, like cookies, brownies and various forms of candy, will be made and sold at authorized dispensaries.

Patients say it's a welcome option, but the state is scrambling to come up with rules and regulations to keep people, especially children, safe.

Ariana Foote is a medical cannabis patient. She puts it in a variety of foods, like pasta, butter, brownies and olive oil. She uses it to treat symptoms of depression and anxiety and to help her sleep.

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What You Should Know About CBD & Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is a very popular way of staying in shape. Here’s how CBD can help that process. 

Intermittent fasting is one of the most popular ways to stay in shape right now, most of it due to the fact that it’s an easy method to follow. When fasting, all you have to do is spend 16 hours or more without eating; you set your schedule according to your demands and have free rein to eat whatever you want. Of course, the healthier you eat, the better your results. Still, sixteen hours is sixteen hours, and the fatigue and cravings for meals can make even the strongest-willed people break their fast. Here’s where CBD comes in. 

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Brazil finally has medical marijuana regulations in place

After several delays, Brazil finally has regulations for launching medical marijuana sales this week.

Brazil’s national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa (Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária), approved regulations for launching medical marijuana sales in the country, with the new rules set to take effect within the next 90 days.

The new regulation allows sales of products with THC levels above 0.2% to terminally-ill patients or those who lack alternative treatment options. Other patients will have access to medical marijuana products with THC levels below 0.2%.

The decision is a small step forward in the country whose right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro is compared to US President Donald Trump.

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Ireland gets ready to go green, medical only

Canadian cannabis giant Aurora Cannabis has scored one of the first approvals for a medical cannabis product in the Republic of Ireland, the company announced this week.

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Lighting Up For Better Skin: Can Marijuana Help Acne?

In some studies, THC appears to ease inflammation inside and outside the body, therefore decreasing the threat of acne.  

While it is true that the cannabinoids in cannabis can have some effect on the skin and can treat itching and even skin diseases like psoriasis, marijuana’s impact on the skin adds a level of complexity to the debate. 

We know that marijuana increases testosterone, which may cause acne, at least in some individuals. 

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Marijuana For A Lean Physique? Science Weighs In

Researchers studying diabetes, metabolism and obesity have become increasingly interested in how cannabis may be an effective therapy for human systems out of balance.

Munchies. It’s an ongoing punchline by and about marijuana enthusiasts and it’s not all folklore. Marijuana can affect the mechanisms that trigger hunger in our brain. Don’t assume that’s a bad thing. In fact, it may just help you stay lean and mean … and high as well, if you want.

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Could CBD And Cannabis Eliminate The High-Cost And High-Stakes Of Current Psoriasis Medicines?

Often triggered by stress, new studies are showing that psoriasis can be better managed by diet, oral health, and even cannabidiol.

The National Psoriasis Foundation states that upwards of 8 million people have the auto-immune skin disorder. Often accompanied by arthritis, psoriasis not only causes scaling of the skin, but complications to fingernails as well. 

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Singapore allows first use of medical marijuana to treat girl with epilepsy

Singapore has opened the door, in the tiniest possible way, to medical marijuana.

In the first known case of its kind, the notoriously anti-drug country has granted a young girl access to a CBD-based drug to treat her epilepsy. The decision required the approval of four separate government organizations, according to Mothership.

Singapore has some of the strictest cannabis laws in the world. Possession or consumption of the drug can result in up to 10 years in prison, a hefty fine and a caning. Attempts to smuggle the drug into or out of the country can be met with the death penalty.

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Brazil approves medical marijuana rules, blocks cannabis cultivation

Brazilian pharmaceutical regulator Anvisa on Tuesday approved regulations for the roll-out of medicinal cannabis-based products but in a separate vote blocked a proposal to allow domestic medical marijuana plantations.

Anvisa’s approval of rules to regulate the nascent medical marijuana market represents a major shift in a country that has suffered years of deadly drug violence.

Nonetheless, the decision to prohibit domestic plantations shows that Brazil, led by far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, is not yet willing to join peers Colombia and Uruguay and develop its own vertically integrated medical marijuana sector.

A spokesman for Anvisa said that Brazilian firms interested in manufacturing cannabis-based products would need to import inputs from aboard.

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More Australian Medical Cannabis Ventures Awarded Major Project Status

Australia’s Morrison Government has granted Major Project Status to medical cannabis ventures in the states of Victoria and Queensland.

The status has been awarded to Hydroganics for a $333 million facility in South- East Queensland and Canopy Growth for a $70 million project in regional Victoria.

Once at full production, the Hydroganics facility at a secret location on the Sunshine Coast is expected to produce annual revenue of $366 million, with 90 per cent of that figure from overseas exports. The facility is expected to support 140 ongoing jobs.

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Vermont Health Department Launches ‘Let’s Talk Cannabis’ Website

In Vermont, it is legal for adults to possess and consume recreational marijuana. Now, the state has rolled out what could be seen as the latest piece in its broader cannabis infrastructure.

The Vermont Health Department recently launched a new online resource called “Let’s Talk Cannabis.” According to the Health Department, the series of webpages are designed to give Vermonters access to a broad range of information about cannabis and cannabis consumption.

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