By Emma Dodds Deryn was ready to die after four years of treatment (Credit: Twitter/ Deryn Blackwell) As a parent, your job is to protect your child from harm. However, it’s not always possible – and that’s the devastating reality that Callie Blackwood had to endure. When her son Deryn was diagnosed with leukaemia […]Read more.
Alexandra Gibbs | @alexgibbsy Uriel Sinai | Getty Images News | Getty Images Oxford University will be at the forefront of a multimillion-pound research program, which hopes to help develop new therapies for acute and chronic conditions by examining the effects of medical cannabis. Full Article: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/16/oxford-university-to-launch-medical-cannabis-research-programme.htmlRead more.
BY TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF Have you heard the one about the rabbi, the priest and the atheist who pass around a bong? It’s no joke. In a new video, Rabbi Jim Mirel, emeritus rabbi of the Reform temple B’nai Torah of Bellevue, Washington, Episcopal priest Chris Schuler, and Carlos Diller, who describes himself […]Read more.
Kirsteen Paterson Hemp Eyewear, founded in Edinburgh, is installing infrastructure which will allow it to expand its business SCOTS sunglasses firm Hemp Eyewear has its sights on the luxury market as it moves into high-end spectacles for the first time. The innovative start-up began trading from its Edinburgh base in 2014 after a kickstarter […]Read more.
MEAGAN ANGUS Good news, stuffed-up stoners! As it turns out, cannabis could be the next treatment for your chronic, acute seasonal allergies. It all starts with cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD. For some time now, self-medicating folks have been aware that CBD oil works as a powerful treatment for asthma and COPD by […]Read more.
BY LINDSEY BARTLETT An evening at Lit on Lit, aka the stoned poets’ society. Lindsey Bartlett “Be a crazy, dumb saint of the mind…,” proclaims Daniel Landes, standing in a third-floor attic space in south Denver that feels nice, warm and present. At first glance, this class may look like your average creative-writing workshop, with pens […]Read more.
by JENNIFER CASTENSON Change and innovation in the building industry is a slow process. Change has to take root and then drive through the multiple tiers of players, starting with consumers and making its way through suppliers, manufacturers, designers, and builders. That’s partly why Eben Bayer, CEO and founder of Ecovative, worked on creating a […]Read more.
By SETH DOANE Farmers in a region of Italy once known for cheeses have turned to cultivating a type of cannabis — not to smoke or sell — but to decontaminate polluted soil. The hemp they’re growing contains very little THC — the compound that makes people high. Vincenzo Fornaro showed CBS News an […]Read more.
Leslie Kramer, special to CNBC.com Eric Risberg | AP – Jim Hill looks over the marijuana he grows for medical purposes at his farm in Potter Valley, Calif. Hill believes passionately in marijuana’s purported ability to treat the symptoms of diseases ranging from cancer to Alzheimer’s. Promising new research conducted last year at the Salk Institute […]Read more.
by Tara Petitt The push to legalize medical marijuana is intensifying at the South Carolina State house. Lawmakers heard nearly five hours of testimony Wednesday from medical experts. Currently, 24 states have full comprehensive medical cannabis laws, and several doctors are urging South Carolina lawmakers to do the same. “Cannabis is not for everybody, […]Read more.
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