CURE Pharmaceutical Announces Collaboration with CannaKids to Develop Cannabinoid and Terpene Molecules
Oxnard, Calif. –(March 7, 2017) – CURE Pharmaceutical (“CURE”), a leading disruptive drug delivery technology company serving the pharmaceutical, biotech, veterinarian, nutraceutical and medical foods markets, today announces a research collaboration with CannaKids in order to develop and research the delivery of various forms and components of cannabinoid molecules for both human and animal therapeutic use via CURE’s patented drug delivery technology. Multiple human and animal studies have shown that endocannabinoids may play a key role in metabolic processes, lipolysis, pain, gastrointestinal and cancer.
Georgia House Passes Medical Marijuana Expansion
Good news in the Peach State! Medical marijuana, now over a year old, is expanding its reach.
The Georgia State House recently decided to back a much broader version of Georgia’s MMJ law.
House Bill 65, sponsored by, yes, a Republican, state Rep. Allen Peake, would double the list of illnesses and conditions eligible for MMJ treatment. It will now include AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, autism, autoimmune disease, epidermolysis bullosa, HIV, peripheral neuropathy and Tourette’s syndrome.
And it also removes the one-year residency requirement.
Advocates want medical marijuana in Florida, but not like California
OAKLAND, Calif. —
Brightly lit and bustling, Harborside Health Center serves as something of a model for the medical marijuana industry — even as California’s freewheeling approach to cannabis is seen as an example of how not to do things.
As dozens of customers at Harborside pick their products, chatty budtenders talk knowledgeably about the selection, which includes cannabis for smoking, eating and vaporizing.
Business is booming: Between this store in Oakland and another location in San Jose, Harborside’s sales total $35 million a year. Sales are so strong that Harborside offers free yoga, tai chi and acupuncture to its customers, who must have a doctor’s permission to enter the store.
Bills to Legalize Medical Cannabis Introduced in South Carolina
Jamaican Scientists Close in on Affordable CBD-Based Hepatitis Treatment
As we celebrate Black History Month, the contributions of black scientists, both men and women, often go unacknowledged in a world where the importance of science is being overlooked, even denied, by our own leaders.
Having said that, the beat goes on.
Dr. Lowe’s team from the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica (UWI) announced that CBD is very destructive to the hepatitis C virus (HCV), which is responsible for cirrhosis of the liver and also causes liver cancer.
Arkansas Medical Marijuana Laws See Amendments to Original Legislation
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