• Cannabis, Morning Sickness, and Pregnancy

    Cannabis, Morning Sickness, and Pregnancy

    With the legalization of cannabis in many states, discussion surrounding the safety of cannabis during pregnancy is becoming more prevalent. Sure, the herb can be useful when treating morning sickness and anxiety, but how much, if any is safe? TRENDS IN PRENATAL CANNABIS USE According to an article published in Experimental Biology, legalization has increased
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  • Maryland cannabis regulators tell dispensaries they need to open by Sept. 30 or else

    Maryland cannabis regulators tell dispensaries they need to open by Sept. 30 or else

    Medical cannabis companies still struggling to open stores in Maryland will have their preliminary approvals to operate revoked by state regulators if they do not finalize their licenses and open their doors by Sept. 30. The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission issued a bulletin Thursday alerting companies of the deadline and advising them to complete their final inspections by
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  • PureCure Indica Strip Review

    PureCure Indica Strip Review

    Ok, I have to admit that I’m not a medical user; sure I have some chronic ankle pain, but I’m not ‘medicating’ — I’m getting stoned high as a kite!  So the gray area between meds and recreation is a tough road to navigate…enter more products than you can sample and viola!  Confusion! So perhaps
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  • Marijuana a performance-enhancing drug?

    Marijuana a performance-enhancing drug?

    Perhaps. The Business Times this week rounds up some of the evidence in support of cannabis use by athletes. In November, Men’s Journal interviewed elite triathlete Clifford Drusinsky who said cannabis relaxes him and allows him to focus. Other athletes report it helps with the boredom of repetitive training. Outside Magazine correspondent Gordy Megroztested the
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  • Marijuana: Toke Up on Mold, Insects and Manure

    Marijuana: Toke Up on Mold, Insects and Manure

    Some may tout marijuana as a safe, recreational drug with valuable medicinal properties, but toke up your joint and it likely contains mold, pesticides, even dead insects, according to researchers at the University of New Haven in Connecticut. In their genetic studies of marijuana, the researchers found a variety of nasty byproducts in the plant:
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