Delta 8 THC Federally Legal, as well as other hemp isomers, are taking the spotlight again. During the SAMHSA Drug Testing Advisory Board meeting, officials discussed emerging trends with cannabis-derived isomers. On Tuesday, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Drug Testing Advisory Board held a meeting during which cannabis was a major part of the discussion.Continue Reading
Congressional leaders have released another set of spending bills and reports, with lawmakers pushing multiagency coordination to create guidance on hemp manufacturing, better guidance on the marketing of CBD, updates on research into medical marijuana for veterans and investigations into “alternative treatments” for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) such as psychedelics.Continue Reading
Years ago, the idea of a weed vacation package seemed devious, almost taboo. However, we know with Delta 8 THC, CBD, the hemp industry and recreational marijuana – the times have changed. Everyone likes to get out of their ordinary life, and a pretty good percentage of us like to be high when we’re doing it. These days, with expanding cannabis legalizations the world over, these two things can go together. Now, you can purchase weed vacation packages for a variety of weed-themed get-aways.Continue Reading
On Sunday, May 22, the Minnesota legislature passed a large hemp reform bill, which among other things, legalized the use of hemp-derived THC in edibles including both foods and drinks. This will be applicable to those 21 and older. The law isn’t meant to allow all edibles, but those with a small amount of THC from hemp…Continue Reading
Delta-8 THC gets a lot of attention as an intoxicating cannabis agent, that’s separate from the delta-9 we know and love. Now this attention has expanded to a federal court, which may, or may not, push Congress to do something to clarify. So, what’s the deal with the recent federal appeals court ruling, and what does it mean for the future of delta-8 THC?Continue Reading
Harm reduction, once a term of relative obscurity, is now splashed all over the headlines. In March, harm reduction advocates witnessed a historic and hopeful moment as President Biden publicly endorsed the approach as part of his “Unity Agenda” and efforts to address the overdose crisis. Yet just a month prior, we saw a firestorm of conservative-fueled opposition to the practice.Continue Reading
Sustainability can have slightly varying meanings based on the context in which it’s used, but in the broadest sense, it refers to how well something maintains itself over a longer period of time. Regarding businesses, there are many physical, geographical, environmental, and social limitations when it comes to formulating a culture of sustainability…Continue Reading
study published April 15 in JAMA Network Open found that more and more US patients who smoke are asking their doctors about e-cigarettes—and that, as a result, more and more physicians are recommending them.
This is the case even though a majority of doctors remain misinformed about the basics of tobacco harm reduction…Continue Reading
It’s not just traditional advocates and stakeholders who are fed up with Senate inaction on marijuana legalization. Even the ice cream giant Ben & Jerry’s is calling out senators for failing to advance reform.
In the run-up to the unofficial cannabis holiday 4/20 (on April 20), the company is launching a campaign in partnership with the ACLU, asking fans to “take action” by putting pressure on the Senate to follow the lead of the House and pass a bill to end prohibition.Continue Reading
Regulators in Michigan announced on Friday that a plan to allow cannabinoids derived from hemp to be processed into THC would be withdrawn from consideration. Delta 8 THC ban in Michigan, as well as other hemp derivatives…Continue Reading