Can Psychedelics Cure or Treat Fibromyalgia? – Safety Trial Begins on New Psychedelic Compound for Fibromylgia
Fibromyalgia leaves people with extensive physical pain, tiredness, sleepless nights, anxiety, and despair. With upcoming clinical and safety trials, it might be safe to say that psychedelic compounds like SP-26 will join the two most popular treatments for fibromyalgia, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and gabapentinoids (Lyrica, Neurontin), to provide relief for patients. On the plus side, patients will be able to survive without enduring the unpleasant side effects of conventional drugs.
But how much CBD do you really need to take for anxiety? There is no one-size, fits-all solution. Studies have found improvements in anxiety when patients are given varying doses, anywhere from 25mg per day up to 600mg per day. Generally speaking, most studies have found that the sweet spot when it comes to CBD dosage for anxiety treatment is 300 up to 600mg per day.
What Would You Do With $750 Million of Weed? – New York’s Botched Marijuana Legalization Plan Continues…
The only problem is that instead of being sent to major retailers, the cannabis is simply stacking up. Despite a thriving grey market and the state regulator’s repeated guarantees that cannabis outlets will be commonplace by the end of this year, no legal recreational dispensary has been launched in New York.
Over the past week or so, I’ve been seeing more headlines about a small study that looked at cannabis smokers, tobacco smokers, and non-smokers CT scans to see if they could visibly see effects their substance us one the lungs. You can spot a smoker by merely looking at CT scans, and so – the researchers wanted to see what the effects of cannabis were.
The esteemed filmmaker and son of legendary Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann discusses his artistic journey, his new documentary Let There Be Drums, the nostalgic scent of cannabis, and being handed a roach by Jerry Garcia.
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This is a heartfelt message to all the smiling new faces of the cannabis industry currently ironing their best suits, finalizing new font choices for their business cards, and brainstorming disruption strategies for the next big event: None of you have earned a seat at this table.
ElPlanteo.com conversó con la mujer detrás de las bandejas de uno de los traperos más controversiales: Miss Eu G, dj y socia creativa de El Doctor.
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Nevada marijuana regulators announced on Wednesday that they will be holding lotteries at the end of the month to select 20 independent cannabis consumption lounge licensees, half of which will be reserved for social equity applicants. The state Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) said it will conduct “two drawings via a random number selector” on November […]
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Iowa Regulators Recommend Marijuana Task Force Be Formed To Explore Federal Exemption For State’s Medical Program
An Iowa regulatory board has voted to recommend that the legislature create a legal task force to explore seeking an exemption protecting the state’s limited medical cannabis program from federal interference. At a meeting of the Iowa Medical Cannabidiol Board last week, activist Carl Olsen proposed the task force, which he said should bring legal […]
Irish Lawmaker Files Bill To Legalize Marijuana Possession For Adults, Draws Early Criticism From Top Government Official
An Irish lawmaker has filed a bill to legalize marijuana possession nationwide for adults 18 and older—but a top government official has already raised concerns about the reform proposal. People Before Profit TD Gino Kenny introduced the long-anticipated legislation on Thursday. It would legalize possession of up to seven grams of cannabis and 2.5 grams […]
Congressional Researchers Provide Options To Allow Safe Drug Consumption Sites, Including Marijuana-Style Budget Amendment
In a new report, congressional researchers highlighted the “uncertainty” of the federal government’s position on safe drug consumption sites, while pointing out that lawmakers could temporarily resolve the issue by advancing an amendment modeled after the one that has allowed medical marijuana laws to be implemented without Justice Department interference. As it stands, federal law […]
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During all Thanksgiving rituals, there comes a time when people say what they are thankful for…and as we are gearing up for Thanksgiving I’d like to say why the world should be thankful for weed. So today, Reginald Reefer will be giving some “Reasons to be Dankful!”
Today is Green Wednesday Before Thanksgiving – What are the Latest Cannabis Shopping Trends and Specials?
Cannabis retailers can use these valuable insights for designing holiday promotions and offers both in-store and online. Knowing what products are most popular among customers for gifts during the season of gifting can help strategically create offers and let you know where to place discounts if necessary. With the holiday rush already here, hopefully this guide has helped you!
While indigenous tribes have used ayahuasca for thousands of years, the psychedelic’s popularity has skyrocketed, largely due to travelers taking part in ceremonies and an emerging network of practitioners.
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“If they just simply have a medical marijuana card, one, we wouldn’t check that, but two, it wouldn’t prevent them from getting a license.” By John Hult, South Dakota Searchlight Sioux Falls lawyer Ryan Kolbeck typically doesn’t deal with legal questions about hunting licenses. The criminal defense attorney did field multiple calls on the topic […]
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A new study funded by a top federal drug agency has found that state-level marijuana legalization is not associated with increased youth cannabis use. The research article, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine this month, looked at data from three longitudinal studies on past-year cannabis consumption and frequency of use among adolescents from […]
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Federal Agency Outlines Psychedelic Research Priorities And Guidance For Studies Involving Animals, Adults And Children
A federal health agency is giving researchers guidance on the types of studies it’s interested in funding for the development of psychedelic drugs to treat certain mental health conditions, pointing out limitations for animal-based research and rules for trials involving children. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) published a notice of information last week, […]