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cannabis

noun arouser, bhang, cannabis sativa, drug, grass, hash, hashish, hemp, marijuana, narcotic, pot, weed
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Upon effectiveness, Wize Pharma Incorporated shall issue 900,000 shares of its common stock to Cannabics, and Cannabics shall issue 2,263,944 shares of its common stock to Wize.
By developing tools to assess effectiveness on a personalised basis, Cannabics is helping to move cannabinoids into the future of cancer therapy.
Dr Eyal Ballan, Cannabics co-founder and chief technology officer, said, 'In South Africa, a recent ruling by the constitutional court made it legal for adults to cultivate and use cannabis in private in their homes, paving the way for better access to cannabinoid compositions.'
Cannabics intends to use the net proceeds for working capital and other general corporate purposes.
Bethesda-based Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc.announced a partnership agreement Tuesday with Eroll Grow Tech ltd ("Seedo"), developer of the world's first fully-automated grow device designed specifically for cannabis.
Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc (OTCQB:CNBX) said on Tuesday that it has submitted an international patent application with the PCT authorities on the methods for testing and predicting therapeutic effectiveness of cannabinoids for cancer patients.
Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc (CNBX) revealed on Tuesday that it has received a new research license from the Israeli Ministry of Health for the Characterization of anti-tumour activity of cannabinoids.
as senior scientist with Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Bethesda-based firm that develops cannabinoid diagnostic tests for the personalized treatment of cancer.<br />The two new team members will support Cannabics' data-discovery process with the goal of identifying new cannabinoid diagnostic tests and treatments for cancer.<br />Sharir is widely recognized for her role in identifying a potentially new cannabinoid receptor, GPR55.