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The FDA Crackdown on Coronavirus Medical Claims: CBD Companies, Take Note!

Unfortunately, in times of crisis and hardship there will always be companies attempting to take advantage of people, playing off of fear and desperation. Earlier this month, the FDA sent out a round of warning letters to companies that were selling fraudulent COVID-19 products. We’ve written extensively about what CBD companies should not do if …

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Why Legal Pot Was Taking a Hit in Canada, Weeks Before COVID-19 Sent Markets Plunging

The gains cannabis companies were banking on in the lead-up to legalization of recreational sales in October 2018 have not materialized. So, what went sideways? In February, weeks before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic and the stock market was sent into a tailspin, a handful of Canada’s largest cannabis companies were already in layoff mode. …

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Ketamine Litigation: Oregon Hospital and Pharmacy Face $8.2 Million Medical Negligence Lawsuit

A few weeks ago, Hilary Bricken wrote about the proliferation of ketamine clinics in the United States and the logistics and legalities of operating a ketamine infusion clinic. As Hilary explained, the only FDA approved use of ketamine is for the induction and maintenance of anesthesia, though it also used for off-label infusions in the …

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Cannabis Scientists are Chasing the Perfect High

Chemists at some of the biggest legal-weed companies are after an elusive prize; a predictable, reliable product. The retail showroom of INSA, a farm-to-bong cannabis company in western Massachusetts, is a clean industrial space on the first floor of a four-story brick building in the old mill town Easthampton. When I visited recently, before the …

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Cannabis Users, Shops Suffer High Anxiety After Massachusetts Shuts Down Recreational Sales

Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday extended an order closing nonessential businesses, including recreational cannabis shops, until early May. Shannon Venezia hasn’t had a seizure in four and a half years — a fact that she attributes to her decision to treat her epilepsy with cannabis instead of the prescriptions her doctor wrote, which she says …

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USA/Mexico Tunnel Bust Yields Two Tons of Illicit Drugs

Federal agents discovered more than two tons of illegal drugs in a tunnel underneath the U.S. international border with Mexico, law enforcement officials announced on Tuesday. The drugs, which included marijuana, cocaine, meth, and opioids, have an estimated street value of nearly $30 million dollars, according to a press release from U.S. Immigration and Customs …

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