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Outdated Cannabis Regulations Are Holding Back COVID-19 Research

Outdated Cannabis Regulations Are Holding Back COVID-19 Research

Researchers at two Oregon universities made waves across the internet this week after offering evidence that compounds from cannabis could be a valuable defense against COVID-19 infection. In a paper published in the the peer-reviewed Journal of Natural Products, Oregon State University’s Dr. Richard van Breemen and six other researchers outlined a groundbreaking discovery that, when…
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‘Nothing has changed’: Frustration builds as cannabis reform stalls

‘Nothing has changed’: Frustration builds as cannabis reform stalls

For the cannabis industry, 2021 was supposed to be the year of reform and opportunity.Democrats were in control of both the White House and Congress, and lawmakers were busy pushing bills to expand banking access for cannabis businesses and offer pathways to expunging criminal records and increasing diversity within the industry.But one year into a new…
What to Know About That ‘Cannabis Prevents COVID’ Study

What to Know About That ‘Cannabis Prevents COVID’ Study

This week there has been a lot of buzz about a new study on marijuana and COVID-19, the miraculous gist of the headlines being that cannabis prevents COVID. More specifically, the study, published in the Journal of Natural Products on January 10, found that two common cannabis compounds could prevent the SARS-CoV-2 virus from penetrating…
Could cannabis prevent COVID? To the authors of a new study, it sure looks like it

Could cannabis prevent COVID? To the authors of a new study, it sure looks like it

A groundbreaking new study published this week identified what could be an unexpected tool in the world's fight against COVID-19: cannabis. Yes, you read that right. According to a peer-reviewed paper published this week in the Journal of Natural Products, titled "Cannabinoids Block Cellular Entry of SARS-CoV-2 and the Emerging Variants," at least three compounds…
A Q&A With the Scientist Who Discovered Cannabis Can Prevent COVID-19

A Q&A With the Scientist Who Discovered Cannabis Can Prevent COVID-19

A groundbreaking new study out of two Oregon universities has identified an unusual naturally-occuring substance as a promising tool to prevent COVID-19 infections: cannabis. Published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Natural Products, the study identified three cannabis compounds—non-psychoactive precursors found in the plant before it’s converted into the stuff that gets you high—as being notably effective at…
Gb Sciences Completes $8 Million Sale of Las Vegas Cannabis Facility

Gb Sciences Completes $8 Million Sale of Las Vegas Cannabis Facility

The sale will accelerate the development of Gb Sciences' proprietary Parkinson's disease and COVID-related Cytokine-Release Syndrome therapies Press Release - Jan 11, 2022 07:00 EST LAS VEGAS, January 11, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Gb Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:GBLX), a leading plant-inspired, biopharmaceutical research and development company, has closed the sale of its last remaining cannabis facility, completing a…
Planet 13 Makes a Big Move to Grow Its California Cannabis Business

Planet 13 Makes a Big Move to Grow Its California Cannabis Business

Planet 13 (PLNHF) has a methodical plan to bring its Superstore model around the country. The cannabis retailer has a very successful flagship location in Las Vegas and it has added a second one in Santa Ana, Calif., just outside of Los Angeles.Now, the company has tentatively expanded its California footprint by reaching a deal to…
Why does cannabis smell skunky?

Why does cannabis smell skunky?

Home News A baby skunk about to spray. (Image credit: Shutterstock) If you've ever taken a whiff of well-preserved, unburned cannabis buds, and thought you smelled something skunky — or, less likely, been on the receiving end of skunk spray and wondered why you reeked of cannabis — you might wonder why the two smell…
Counterculture to Counterintuitive: Cannabis to Help Diet?

Counterculture to Counterintuitive: Cannabis to Help Diet?

The Fit gummies look like standard marijuana edibles: orange squares with a sugar coat, sold in packaging that’s a cross between the bright colors of a bag of candy and the sterility of a bottle of pain relievers.These edibles, however, promise something different: They won’t make you high, but they will help you diet. Or,…
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