Joe Mabel/Foter.comThis week’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice that it would not challenge states that had legalized marijuana provided it was “tightly regulated” was taken as a welcome, if late, sign by proponents of marijuana legalization, boosting efforts in other states. There’s no state legislature in the country that looks ready to legalize […]

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<!– Begin Social Code — <!– AddThis Button BEGIN — <!– — <!– AddThis Button END — Tweet Tweet Kentucky’s Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer said Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement last week of changes in the Justice Department’s marijuana policy could mean that the state can move ahead with industrial hemp farming. Louisville’s WDRB […]

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Research in the past decade or so has intensified into the human cannabinoid system, its functions and responsibilities. A lot of this research and the studies are suggesting that Our own cannabinoid systems are critical to Anti-Cancer, Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Anxiety health benefits, even more so than our Immune System. For over 600 million years, […]

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Thursday, September 5th, 2013 | Posted by Reason Foundation |  Print This Article BY Ed Krayewski – This week’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice that it would not challenge states that had legalized marijuana provided it was “tightly regulated” was taken as a welcome, if late, sign by proponents of marijuana legalization, boosting efforts in other states. […]

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Kentucky’s agriculture commissioner says the economic case for industrial hemp remains strong, despite a new study that paints a mixed picture. James Comer says he still has high hopes for the crop, following the release of the University of Kentucky study that says the legalization of hemp wouldn’t immediately produce the thousands of jobs some supporters have predicted. […]

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Research in the past decade or so has intensified into the human cannabinoid system, its functions and responsibilities. A lot of this research and the studies are suggesting that Our own cannabinoid systems are critical to Anti-Cancer, Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Anxiety health benefits, even more so than our Immune System. For over 600 million years, […]

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Joe Mabel/Foter.comThis week’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice that it would not challenge states that had legalized marijuana provided it was “tightly regulated” was taken as a welcome, if late, sign by proponents of marijuana legalization, boosting efforts in other states. There’s no state legislature in the country that looks ready to legalize […]

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<!– Begin Social Code — <!– AddThis Button BEGIN — <!– — <!– AddThis Button END — Tweet Tweet Kentucky’s Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer said Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement last week of changes in the Justice Department’s marijuana policy could mean that the state can move ahead with industrial hemp farming. Louisville’s WDRB […]

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Paul Armentano | NORML Deputy Director | May 7, 2013   The administration of synthetic cannabinoid agonists limits HIV infection in macrophages (white blood cells that aid in the body’s immune response), according to preclinical data published in the Journal of Leukocyte Biology. Macrophages are one of the first type of cells infected by the […]

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