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Marijuana concentrates have about three times more THC, the constituent of marijuana that causes the 'high' than a traditional marijuana flower.
Investigators found that legalization and access to recreational marijuana cause a significant decline in opioid mortality with particularly pronounced benefits in states that have legalized recreational usage.
Despite the legalization of marijuana in states across the country, those with criminal convictions for marijuana still face second class citizenship.
'Provided we have enough safeguards on the use of medical marijuana, that there would be an agency that would make sure this would not be abused, I am OK with it,' he said in a television interview.
A study presented by the University of Colorado Cancer Center at the ASCO, American Society for Clinical Oncology, Annual Meeting 2019 showed that while 73 percent of surveyed oncology providers believe in the (https://www.webmd.com/cancer/medical-marijuana-cancer) benefits that medicinal marijuana provides for cancer patients , only 46 percent of them were (https://coloradocancerblogs.org/medical-marijuana-cancer-providers/) comfortable recommending it to patients .
The New Jersey Department of Health recently amended medical marijuana rules that will ensure greater patient access, add eligible conditions more rapidly, remove barriers for minors and increase supplies of the products.
Research is underway to establish how long drivers should wait to drive after consuming marijuana, but current recommendations range anywhere from 2 to 24 hours, depending on who you ask.
Marijuana is celebrated in the old Spanish song popular once in the Philippines: "La cucaracha, la cucaracha, yo no puede caminar.
Panelo said that President Duterte would sign into law any bill legalizing medical marijuana.
The widespread legalization of marijuana is a reality that employers must face.
Medical marijuana is now legal in 32 states and the District of Columbia.
As those examples suggest, the seven states that currently license marijuana suppliers to serve the recreational market (regulations are pending in Maine and Michigan) have reached strikingly different conclusions about the propriety of letting people with pot records participate.