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UC San Diego to research CBD for anorexia, autism, schizophrenia, tremor

The studies, to be conducted by the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research will focus on the use of cannabinoids as a treatment for anorexia nervosa, autism, essential tremor, and schizophrenia, and are all expected to launch in 2019

'States that legalise cannabis see an immediate bump in home values' says real estate expert

That's the key finding of a recent study from Clever Real Estate, which analyzed market data from 2014 to 2019

Father credits cannabidiol oil with boosting autistic son's quality of life

The father of an autistic teenager says cannabidiol oil has has opened up a new world for his son

Teagan Appleby's medicinal cannabis to be returned

A three-month supply of the drug, which was seized at the border, is ready to be collected

Elixinol Global Limited strengthens Board with the addition of consumer retail specialist

Elixinol Global Limited has appointed Mr. Greg Ellery a consumer retail specialist as Non-Executive Director to the EXL Board of Directors

U.S. veterans in legal States could use medicinal cannabis without repercussion under new bill

Veterans would be able to consume state legal cannabis, medicinal or otherwise without fear of losing their federal benefits under a bill introduced to Congress this week

Pete Evans could be the face of legal cannabis in Oz & some people are worried

The wave of attention and controversy that inevitably follows celebrity chef Pete Evans is about to hit the Australian medical cannabis movement, raising questions over what the Hugos founder could do for the community

THC Global Group opens SPP and notes near term milestones

The company expects to receive its final Australian cannabis licenses and permits in the near-term

'Two-tier system' stops NHS patients accessing medical cannabis

Tight NHS restrictions mean private patients have better access to drugs, experts say

'Sadly these people need these medicines now'

MPs should be ashamed that prescriptions for medicinal cannabis are not being honoured, says Sir Mike Penning