On June 26, 2015, the New Mexico Court of Appeals ruled that insurers must reimburse the cost of medical marijuana for injured workers who use marijuana to treat pain, pursuant to a state-sanctioned medical marijuana program. Link to opinion here: Lewis v…. Read More ›
Researchers at the Department of Oncology at St. George’s, University of London report that the cannabinoids in marijuana destroy leukemia cells. http://www.leafscience.com/2013/10/14/cannabinoids-destroy-leukemia-cells-new-study-finds/ This finding follows multiple anecdotal reports of leukemia remission following the use of cannabis oil. http://www.inquisitr.com/1487326/four-year-old-landons-leukemia-remains-in-remission-mom-thanks-cannabis/ And this from… Read More ›
New proposed regulations for Maryland’s medical marijuana industry will require Terrapin weed to be the purest in the nation. Every nug sold must be tested for yeast, mold, mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, and microbiological impurities, including aeruginosa, aspergillus, s. aureus, aflatoxin, ochratoxin… Read More ›
Shortage of medical marijuana supply prompts emergency Council action today.
219 to 189 vote would prohibit the DEA and U.S. Attorneys from prosecuting people who comply their state medical marijuana laws. 49 Republicans voted in favor, and only 17 Democrats opposed. Four US. News report by Steven Nelson here:
Mom hopes that marijuana will be effective against his rare and intractable form of epilepsy, Dravet syndrome. Preliminary studies and patient testimonials give hope. Report via @kirstenstewart Salt Lake Tribune. Jennifer May has the backing of the Epilepsy Association of Utah and… Read More ›
Researchers have found that drivers in states which have reformed marijuana laws are having fewer fatal crashes. The sharpest drops are in men aged 20 – 40 years old, and on nights and weekends. Researchers believe people are substituting marijuana… Read More ›