Kyle Turley believes cannabis can cure COVID-19. Others, like the folks at the Food and Drug Administration and Federal Trade Commission, aren’t convinced. Late last month, the agencies sent a letter to the former All-Pro offensive lineman’s company, Neuro XPF, telling it to stop promoting CBD products as a way of stopping the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Officials urge Santa Clara County to reverse ban on in-store recreational cannabis sales – The Mercury News
State and local lawmakers are urging Santa Clara County officials to reverse a decision made last week to ban the sale of recreational cannabis in stores. When Bay Area officials first instituted a stay-at-home order in mid-March, Santa Clara County deemed cannabis dispensaries were essential businesses, and as such, permitted to remain open. But just
Two marijuana cannabis companies are winners in downtown Chicago shop locations – Crain’s Chicago Business
As marijuana companies have jockeyed for new locations, particularly downtown, the biggest concern was navigating the state’s rule that no retail shops would be allowed within 1,500 feet of each other. So everyone in the industry was watching the first two applications — some 1,300 feet apart in River North — Cresco Labs planned shop
Coronavirus gave cannabis companies a big bump in sales and it wasn’t just for the wake-and-bake set – Fortune
A recent study in which rats could self-administer cannabis vapor may provide a useful research model for humans. Share on PinterestNew research suggests that cannabis use may promote addictive behavior. With the legalization of marijuana in some countries and regions within the United States, investigations into its short- and long term-effects on humans have taken