The new documentary CBD Nation, made by the initially skeptical filmmaker David Jakubovic, argues MED could have immense value if only doctors and scientists get to research it:
Before she entered the third grade, Rylie Maedler of Delaware learned she had a tumor winding through her skull, the result of a rare disease called Aggressive Giant Cell Granuloma. It wasn’t cancerous, but it was growing, and threatened her life.
Her teeth were falling out and she was beset with pain and seizures. While doctors dealt with the problem, including an invasive surgery, her mother Janie researched alternative cures…
- The market for pet CBD products climbed 946% in 2019, but veterinarians urge caution.
- The Washington Post talked to Alice Moon, a cannabis influencer who can’t partake on account of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. (CHS) (Don’t miss Alice on the WeedWeek podcast either.)
- In Cannabitch, Jackie Bryant writes about the joys of Dad Grass, weed that doesn’t get you high.
- Psychedelics research organization MAPS said it has raised $30M to study MDMA as a treatment for PTSD.