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Kentucky Legalization?

The Tobacco State’s legislature is considering a bill that would legalize cannabis use and home growing with no sales allowed.

Kentucky passed a Medical Marijuana Law in March 2023, and Gov. Bashear (D) signed it into law. It goes into effect January 1, 2025, and the state is still trying to figure out how to implement the program before beginning next year.

As part of this process, Representative Nima Kulkarni (D), from Louisville introduced a bill this week ending penalties, including arrest, for possession and/or use of cannabis (by adults only). The proposal includes allowing small home grows (five plants)… Continue reading

Cannabis Relieves Depression Symptoms Quick!

A new study published in the Yale Journal of Biology found that using cannabis can provide significant relief for the symptoms of depression.  In fact cannabis is so effective in its ability to help with depression quickly, that no pharmaceutical can match it.  Patients indicated an improvement of 4 points on a 10 point scale almost immediately after consuming natural, dried cannabis buds.

As most users will attest, cannabis improves a range of medical symptoms, some physical, others mental. Unlike pharmaceuticals used to treat depression that take weeks to months to take effect, marijuana’s THC is natural with… Continue reading

Can Cannabis Cure Autism?

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Can Cannabis Cure Autism? We Don’t Know, But It’s a Question Worth Asking

Cannabis is already helping children with autism

AutismOne, the world’s largest and most comprehensive autism conference, is delighted to announce a medical cannabis track for parents and professionals. The conference will be held May 25–29, 2016, at the Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel, Rosemont, IL.

Of tremendous interest is a scheduled presentation by Dr. Judy Mikovits titled “Can Cannabis Cure Autism? We Don’t Know, But It’s a Question Worth Asking.” Dr. Mikovits, whose long and distinguished career in immune dysfunction and retrovirology said, “Given the potential to mitigate human suffering and lost potential, not only is cannabis as a cure for autism a question worth asking, it is criminal not to do so.” Continue reading