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Retrofitted Sea Cans To House Regina’s First Micro Cannabis Cultivator

A Saskatchewan company is preparing to grow marijuana in sea cans at an undisclosed location. Rick Turchet, president and CEO of VIGR Life Cannabis Inc. (VIGR), said they were recently issued two micro cultivation licences by Health Canada and have started setting up in a building in Regina. “It’s in a … commercial/industrial area. We …

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Oregon Psilocybin: Does Measure 109 Go Far Enough? Does it Go Too Far?

We are on record here at the law firm in support of Measure 109. We have friends and colleagues who have worked on the campaign and clients who have written checks, large and small. Legal psilocybin in Oregon? We like the sound of that. But do we unconditionally and unapologetically love the ballot measure? No, …

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Missouri’s Medical Marijuana Ambitions Have Begun

The two-year wait to purchase medical marijuana flower in Missouri has finally ended. After passing Amendment 2 back in 2018 by nearly a 2-1 margin, state officials worked to deliberately (and for some, too slowly) construct medical cannabis regulations and a marketplace from the ground up. After plenty of delays and months of patients calling …

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Study: CBD May Help Block Pain-Signalling Pathways

Nerve cells treated with CBD saw reduced levels of a key signalling molecule in the pain pathway. There’s no shortage of anecdotal evidence about the efficacy of cannabidiol (CBD) for treating pain, but a new study offers further scientific insight into how the compound interacts with nerve cells. Published in the Journal of Pain Research, …

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Women Turning To Cannabis To Manage Menopause Symptoms

Study finds women treating hot flashes, insomnia with cannabis instead of hormone therapy. Recent studies have shown more older adults using cannabis to treat ailments, and it seems they aren’t the only ones. A study presented at the virtual annual meeting of the North American Menopause Society in September showed more women are turning to …

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