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As marijuana goes mainstream, what’s happening to the way we talk about weed?

For decades, the marijuana industry operated underground, outside the confines of the law. But even though at the federal level, possession and the use and sale of marijuana remain illegal, 29 states and the District of Columbia now allow medicinal marijuana to be sold for the treatment of specific diseases. Moreover, nine states now permit its recreational use.
  • Published in Health

JAMAICA | Ganja groups want guidelines for safe use of cannabis infused edibles

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jun 2, CMC –Two organisations here have called for the several bodies including the Bureau of Standards Jamaica, the Cannabis Licensing Authority as well as the University of the West Indies (UWI) to prepare a working committee that will seek to address proper guidelines governing the safe use and dosage of cannabis infused edibles.
  • Published in Health

Why Almost Nobody Wants to Sell Uruguay's Legal Marijuana

July 28, 2016 - Uruguay announced earlier this month that legal marijuana would soon be available for sale at registered pharmacies, but only a small number have so far signed up as many are fearful of violence and security issues associated with the drug.
  • Published in Health

Teens Use Less Marijuana as More US States Legalize It

For the first time in five years, the use of marijuana by teenagers has dropped. Contrary to what several conservative groups and even several voices of governments all over the world claim, as more U.S. states legalize the recreational use of marijuana, teenagers tend to smoke less cannabis, according to new report released Tuesday.
  • Published in Health
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