July 2017 - Volume 14 - Issue 1 | Sunday July 23, 2017

My prediction is that we will start seeing CBD’s in vitamins, smoothies, and all types of nutritional supplements. We are already starting to see CBD’s in dog food as the veterinarians start to awaken to the presence of Endocannabinoid receptors in dogs.

The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) today released Canadian Youth Perceptions on Cannabis, a new study that offers a detailed look at the youth perspective on marijuana. 

Against the backdrop of changes to the legal framework for marijuana, Canadian rates for marijuana use by young people remain among the highest in the world. To contribute to a better understanding of the issue, CCSA held focus groups with Canadians between the ages of 14 and 19. 
Building on our 2013 report on the same subject, we developed Canadian Youth Perceptions on Cannabis to gain a more intimate understanding of the kinds of conversations that are taking place about marijuana every day in schools, at home and in the community. Youth views on marijuana, where they get their information and how they understand that information were all key questions that drove the research and laid the foundation for the key findings of this report. 

Dr. Joseph Rosado is clearly emotional when he discusses the patients that he has lost to cancer and other ailments prior to the completion of the 90 day relationship period required by Florida Statute. 

Since Florida lacks education on cannabis as medicine, Florida-based Canna Holdings brings together an esteemed group of physicians, medical practitioners, attorneys and industry experts for the second medical symposium in the state of Florida. Experts Dustin Sulak, M.D., Gregory Gerdeman, Ph.D., and Gregory Smith, M.D., will speak and present scientific research

A growing body of evidence exists for the use of cannabis as medicine for certain medical conditions.(1,2) The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is an independent, endogenous system of cannabinoid receptors and ligands found throughout the body 

 Physicians in the United States of America take the Hippocratic Oath which is often erroneously credited with containing the phrase “Do No Harm”, however this phrase is accepted as a foundational principle of the medical profession. 

On November 8, 2016, Florida voters approved the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, known as Amendment 2. Amendment 2 amends the Florida Constitution allowing those with a “debilitating medical condition,” which includes

In the aftermath of the elections, last November, proponents of legalizing marijuana scored a number of victories. For them, the goal of legalizing marijuana nationwide seems closer than ever. 

MedReleaf, Canada's premium licensed producer of medical cannabis, today announced the findings from a landmark study on the effectiveness of medical cannabis on military veterans diagnosed with PTSD. The study found treatment with medical cannabis improved aggregate patient reported outcomes by 50-60% with a 77% decrease in suicidal thoughts as well as a 50% reduction in the consumption of related medications.   The study, being presented today in Vancouver at the 7th Annual Military and Veteran Health Research Forum, was conducted by Dr. Paul Smith, MD, using several of MedReleaf's proprietary strains of medical cannabis including AviDekel, Luminarium and Midnight. 

Six licenses, 315 patients, 150 doctors. These are the numbers related to the current law in the State of Florida regarding medical marijuana. The low THC high CBD cannabis is currently allowable for patients recommended by a physician who are suffering from cancer

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