1 Jul 2017 | CannaTech News
Studies are increasingly suggesting that CBD could be the next vital medicine for a whole host of human medical conditions
30 Jun 2017 | AgFunder News
It would be easy to see the first ever cannabis sponsor of the three-year-old Forbes AgTech Summit as a sign that legal, commercial cannabis has finally arrived.
30 Jun 2017 | Science Alert
A new study has investigated what patients themselves prefer when it comes to managing pain – opioids, which are widely distributed for intense pain relief, or medical marijuana.
29 Jun 2017 | Civilized
A pioneering study out of Pennsylvania will explore the effect of cannabis on children with autism. Researchers from Lehigh University plan to partner with a potential grower in the Lehigh Valley to collect quantitative data on cannabis therapy for autism.
27 Jun 2017 | The Australian
Bod Australia is looking to cash in on expected demand for cannabis-based treatments through plans to import an oil used to help children with epilepsy.
27 Jun 2017 | Konbini
If you're a fan of juice bars, you'll be happy to note that the latest trend this season is concoctions made with CBD, or cannabidiol. The substance, which is one of at least 113 active cannabinoids identified in cannabis, has a molecular structure very similar to THC.
27 Jun 2017 | The Advertiser
Users of medicinal cannabis will not be allowed to drive with the drug in their system, even if it is made legal in South Australia, Police Minister Peter Malinauskas has confirmed.
26 Jun 2017 | CNBC
Artificial intelligence is being used to improve banking, marketing, the legal field — and now to find which one of the more than 30,000 strains of medical marijuana is best for you.
26 Jun 2017 | ABC Radio Sydney
Australian businessman Barry Lambert is stepping up his push for reforms to laws around access to medicinal hemp. The millionaire and medicinal cannabis campaigner's own son, Michael Lambert was found guilty earlier this month over growing cannabis to treat his daughter's epilepsy.
26 Jun 2017 | Foundation for Economic Education
Last Thursday, a new bill was introduced that would effectively end the federal prohibition on medical cannabis. While I was certainly happy to see this bipartisan effort created, I was also reminded of how frustrating it is that such a bill needs to be introduced in the first place.