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Epilepsy and Cannabis: The Latest Research

It’s now a widely-held and recognized belief that cannabis helps patients with epilepsy maintain a better quality of life and find respite from seizures. With the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) citing that epilepsy affects over 3.4 million Americans, identifying a key function in the disease’s ability to target certain parts of the body gives …

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Reggae/Cannabis Icon Bob Marley’s Grandson Bows to Family Heritage With New CBD Line

Being the grandson of reggae legend Bob Marley might be a burden for some but not Nico Marley. A former NFL player, the 25-year-old scion is not only proud of his grandfather’s legacy, he is happily treading in his path. However, it’s not music that galvanizes Nico these days but cannabis. An outspoken proponent and …

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Colorado Extract Maker Gifts Masks to Denver Health Trauma Center and Meals to Food Bank of the Rockies

CANNABIS CULTURE – Terpenes and flavors company gifts masks to Denver Health Trauma Center and makes financial contribution to Food Bank of the Rockies for 12,000 meals. DENVER, Co. – May 19, 2020 – Extract Consultants, a leading provider of flavors and terpenes designed for the cannabis and hemp industries, today announced donations to two local …

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Selling CBD Products? The U.S. Supreme Court Just Raised the Stakes on Trademark Claims

Several months I wrote an article about CBD and false advertising under the Lanham Act and noted an important case on the docket of the U.S. Supreme Court concerning damages in trademark cases, Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc. (Supreme Court Docket No. 18-1233).  As you may recall, the Lanham Act, also known as the …

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‘We’ll Prove That We Are Essential’: Massachusetts Recreational Marijuana Allowed to Offer Curbside on May 25

CommCan Inc. lost about $2 million in roughly two months. NETA saw sales drop by 85% due to the shutdown of recreational marijuana amid the coronavirus pandemic. Good Remedies experienced similar drops while laying off about 70 employees. While other small businesses could apply for Paycheck Protection Program loans, the marijuana industry was shut out …

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Cannabis Education Arrives (Virtually) at More American Universities

At first glance, they don’t seem to have much in common: college administrators seeking new revenue sources because their students have all gone home, and displaced workers looking into the legal cannabis industry because it’s still hiring during the pandemic. But the groups are converging. Five universities (with more in the pipeline) are working with …

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