September 2012

The Colorado Decides debate series, co-produced by CBS 4 and Colorado Public Television, continues this Friday at 9:00pm on Channel 12 with a debate featuring both sides of the Amendment 64 ballot issue which would legalize marijuana possession for adults in Colorado. The debate was filmed on Thursday, so I hope to provide a sneak […]

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September 27, 2012 By Warren Kagarise GreenLink Collective, a medical marijuana operation along Northwest Gilman Boulevard in Issaquah, reshaped attitudes and policies about marijuana in Issaquah last year. Patients and officials at the collective, the closest one to Sammamish, engaged in a long debate about access to a drug banned under federal law. In November, […]

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Ad from Arkansans for Compassionate Care The Arkansas Supreme Court has upheld a proposed ballot measure to legalize medical marijuana. In its opinion, the court said the ballot title was sufficient. This means voters will decide the issue in November. Tune in to All Things Considered this afternoon on KUAR for more on this story.  …read more […]

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Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP), the first all-hemp, publicly-traded company in US history forges path in the industrial hemp industry, continues its effort to blow the lid off a nest of deception and double standards many feel have been imposed by the United States government concerning the ancient superfood, hemp seeds. Despite the Cannabis classification, hemp […]

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Posted by Heartmind _Featured_, Sustainable Living Friday, September 28th, 2012 Anna HuntWaking Times The industrial hemp plant is a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant with very low levels of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). An environmentally friendly plant requiring little to no pesticides and herbicides, hemp is grown in increasing quantities throughout Europe, in […]

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Date: September 25, 2012  Clinical Trial Evaluates Synthetic Cannabinoid as Brain Cancer Treatment Researchers at University of California, San Diego Moores Cancer Center are evaluating the safety and tolerability of a synthetic cannabinoid called dexanabinol (ETS2101). Delivered as a weekly intravenous infusion, the drug is being tested in patients with all forms of brain cancer, […]

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a proposed ballot measure that, if successful, would make the state the first in the South to legalize medical marijuana. Justices rejected a challenge by a coalition of conservative groups who had asked the court to block the proposed initiated act from the […]

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9/27/2012 – A crowd of over 30,000 made a big donation to family farmers and got a wonderful event in return last Saturday. The 27th Farm Aid concert took place at Hershey Park Stadium with the feel of a county fair/protest rally. Small business agriculture is under tremendous pressure from new threats like shale fracking […]

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Background: Cancer patients experience numerous disease-related symptoms and side effects of treatment, such as pain, nausea, anorexia, anxiety, among others. Despite the use of the current drugs of first choice, many patients continue to suffer intractably from a number of symptoms. This impacts negatively on their quality of life, functional status, and their desire to […]

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Cannabis Savita, or marijuana, has been used all the way through ancient history as a sacrament ritual by a variety of religions as an approach make the user nearer to god. There have been documents by ancient philosophers found that explain ceremonial practices that occurred as early as the 2nd century BCE. Civilizations in ancient […]

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Cannabis Savita, or marijuana, has been used throughout ancient history as a sacrament ritual by a variety of belief systems as a way make an individual nearer to god. There’s been writings by historical philosophers discovered that illustrate ceremonial routines that happened around the 2nd century BCE. Cultures in historical India, Africa, China, and Europe […]

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Update (11:10 a.m.): Reaction from CPAV:On Thursday, the Arkansas Supreme Court handed down a decision allowing the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act to remain on the November General Election ballot. The Court denied a request by the Coalition to Preserve Arkansas Values to have the measure removed from the ballot. The Court disagreed with assertions by […]

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