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Before I take you on a short journey a few caveats should be noted. I do not hold a PhD, I do call myself a scientist nor am I a statistician. However, I am very much a researcher both in my curiosity to explore and discover relationships in science.  

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Many people have started eating hemp foods, or consuming either cannabis-derived or hemp oil drops, in order to take advantage of one of nature’s healthiest foods. Although there are a number of important items you should consider before making changes to your diet or consumption habits, one vital fact outweighs

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Complex life such as ours requires tight control of factors like energy supply, cell division, brain activity and immunity to maintain our bodies’ structural and functional integrity. Failure to do results in metabolic disorders such as obesity, anorexia or diabetes, cancer or degenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s, excitability disorders such as

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India is a land steeped in faith and mysticism. Ayurveda, combining the Sanskrit words for life and knowledge7, is a system of medicine intertwined inextricably with these traits. That a core of belief combined with empirical experimentation could produce a viable medical regimen still widely practiced after well over 5000 years

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Cashinbis host Tim Strombel sits down with Dr. Sue Sisley to talk about her journey into the cannabis world. While Sue has never used cannabis herself, she has seen the impact it has had on her patients. More specifically, veterans suffering from PTSD, as Sue has worked directly with those

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CannaVest Corporation, a leading manufacturer and distributor of hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) products, today announced it is a proud sponsor of the first graduate student concentrating on hemp research and production at the University of Kentucky. CannaVest strongly supports Kentucky’s continued efforts to revive hemp agriculture in the United States. The

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Many scientists are becoming increasingly frustrated by the disregard of scientific evidence on cannabis use and regulation. To set the record straight, earlier this month the International Centre for Science in Drug Policy (ICSDP), a global network of scientists working on drug policy issues, released two groundbreaking reports evaluating the

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By Brendan Kiley, the Stranger– August 5th 2015. Anthropologists from Washington State University have published new research about medical marijuana use in the Congo Basin. According to their report, the hunter-gatherer Aka people “are characterized by a preference for forest life, polyphonic music… and are generally peaceful and egalitarian with

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Zynerba Pharmaceuticals, a Pennsylvania drug company, is developing lab-made chemicals that act similarly to THC and CBD, the key components of marijuana in order to treat painful diseases.  It’s two lead new drug candidates are; ZYN001, a transdermal patch (patent protected until 2031) that could help patients with fibromyalgia and

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Inhaled cannabis can blunt the pain of diabetic neuropathy without seriously impairing cognitive function, a new study shows according to research published in the July issue of The Journal of Pain. In a short term, small sample, randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled crossover study of adults with painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy,

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