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A Lot of CBD gets you a little Stoned

A Lot of CBD gets you a little Stoned

Cannabidiol or CBD has been getting a lot of press lately. This substance from the cannabis plant is generally regarded as non-intoxicating, with the feeling of being high associated with consumption of tetrahydrocannabinol aka THC.

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Is Cannabis ‘driving us mad?’ Or is madness driving us to Cannabis?

Is Cannabis ‘driving us mad?’ Or is madness driving us to Cannabis?

Today’s article in the Spectator may have read very differently if the Author had heard the President’s Lecture at the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCP) On Wednesday, Professor David Nutt took on one of the greatest challenges in drug reform advocacy, explaining to a room full of psychiatrists that a regulated cannabis market would be...

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Canopy Growth enters the UK

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How many medical cannabis patients are there in the UK?

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Figures for NHS England will be released in March but it’s expected to be disappointingly low according to patient groups. We should have official figures on how many medical cannabis patients at the end of March according to the Health secretary, Steve Brine. If the government can keep to its timeline, which is unlikely to...