The opioid crisis, which killed more than 42,000 Americans in 2016, continues to devastate the country. Doctors prescribe opioids for chronic pain, an ailment that is especially prevalent among military veterans. Of all the veterans returning from the Middle East, about 60 percent experience chronic pain.
‘In order to minimize conflicts, you’ve got to go with total prohibition’
The theory comes as figures show 12 people a day are admitted on Merseyside – with an admission rates standing at three times the national average in Liverpool alone.
The illegal substance, which some experts believe to be linked to schizophrenia diagnoses, is also known as skunk.
CBD is becoming a popular medical option for people looking to use marijuana as a means to decrease feelings of anxiety, depression, or other mental health problems, as well as a pain-reliever for more serious medical ailments.
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The largest greenhouse in Britain is currently growing some 23 football pitches worth in Norfolk. British Sugar’s site uses the excess heat from the sugar plant to make the process highly economical, and now supplies GW Pharmaceuticals with cannabis for use in the drug Epidiolex. But our weirdly restrictive and complex pharmaceutical approval regime here means that they’re producing a drug that will actually be for sale in the US.
Parliament approved the passing of the second reading of the medicinal marijuana bill last night. The bill would amend the current laws to allow non-smokable types of medicinal marijuana in Malta.
The CannaNannaS, Deb Lynch and Gail Hester (MCUA); Belinda Dooner from Women in Hemp and Karen Burge from the Ubuntu Wellness Centre, are long-term campaigners who say patients are not getting the access to legal cannabis products they were promised.
The province said it’s following Ottawa’s recommendations to allow people to carry up to 30 grams of cannabis in a public place. But pot will be banned from any location where children are likely to be present, such as beaches, parks and playgrounds.
British Columbians will be allowed to own up to four personal use marijuana plants per household, with the exception of properties being used as daycare facilities.
To that end, the Hood Incubator is still working on increasing access to funding for entrepreneurs in the accelerator program. Ifedigbo says Hood has brokered relationships with some investors and participants in Oakland’s equity program–but the next step is being able to grant entrepreneurs direct financial support