LSU to begin search for contractors to grow medical marijuana – Cannabis News

BATON ROUGE – Louisiana State University will begin taking offers from contractors to produce marijuana for the state for medical purposes.

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LSU to begin search for contractors to grow medical marijuana – Cannabis News

BATON ROUGE – Louisiana State University will begin taking offers from contractors to produce marijuana for the state for medical purposes.

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Can marijuana treat MS symptoms? It’s hard for researchers to find out – Cannabis News

An estimated 400,000 Americans are currently living with multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease where the body’s immune cells attack a fatty substance called myelin in the nerves.

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Cannabis May Help Treat Tourette Syndrome - Cannabis News

Cannabis could be a safer, more effective alternate treatment option to treat tics and behavioral symptoms of TS, particularly for treatment-refractory TS patients.

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Federal medical marijuana protections could get short extension – Cannabis News

One benefit of a stopgap federal spending bill is the inclusion of a rider that bans the Justice Department from using funds to prevent medical marijuana states from implementing their laws.

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Federal medical marijuana protections could get short extension – Cannabis News

One benefit of a stopgap federal spending bill is the inclusion of a rider that bans the Justice Department from using funds to prevent medical marijuana states from implementing their laws.

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Study: Government pot is less potent than commercial pot, questioning dozens of scientific studies – Cannabis News

Consumers who live in states with legalized private cannabis markets have access to more potent and chemically diverse pot than marijuana researchers.

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Study: Government pot is less potent than commercial pot, questioning dozens of scientific studies – Cannabis News

Consumers who live in states with legalized private cannabis markets have access to more potent and chemically diverse pot than marijuana researchers.

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