Written by: Kayleigh Dinsdale Marijuana prohibition is coming to an end as medical and recreational legalization takes over the country. However some patients have been repeatedly overlooked for far too long: our nation’s veterans. No one denies these citizens should have access to medicine to aid their illnesses developed before or after their service. Every state has a different list
An exciting new event is coming to Las Vegas January 17 & 18th, 2015. Las Vegas Cannabis Information Center has partnered with us to being this event to life. The event’s goal is to bring the Cannabis community together with vendors, food, music, raffles and a full day of seminars including CCI’s class. Las Vegas Cannabis Information Center’s goal
Most people have heard of THC due to the intoxicating effects it has on the users. Recently, another main compound in marijuana has been gaining attention – CBD’s. For those who haven’t heard of them, here’s a few facts about this special compound:
Written by: Kayleigh Dinsdale Medical marijuana patients are facing employment discrimination across the nation. The most recent case comes from Chistine Callaghan, a registered medical marijuana patient in the state of Rhode Island. Callaghan was denied a job due to her choice of medicine.
High Times Magazine predicted the Marijuana industry will grow by 64% equating to $2 billion in 2014. By 2018, reporters predict it could be a $10 billion industry. With an exciting new industry emerging comes tons of jobs available for anyone interested in the field. From hands on work with the product to more administrative/back ended work to be done,
When people think of marijuana, their usual perception is that the user is eating cheetos, watching reruns and lounging around without a care in the world. While some user do experience great relaxation from some strains, there are strains that give users who want a boost in activity. These 7 strains are known to increase productivity for those who want
A new study, conducted by Dr. Mary-Ann Fitzcharles from the Montreal General Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal, Canada, examined the relationship between medical marijuana and the alleviation of fibromyalgia symptoms.
With the number of patients touting marijuana’s medical benefits in regards to pain management, legislators from all over the country are now taking a second look at the plant. More and more states have decriminalized it, made it legal from medical use and even all of the above including recreational use. States like Colorado and Washington are reaping in the benefits
The Central Florida Spotlight on WFTV9 recently featured a 21 minute segment including CCI.