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Month: April 2017
Free Online Cannabis Summit May 6-7, Dozens of Speakers Including Former NFL Players, Scientists and Doctors
Green Flower Media will be holding an online Cannabis Health Summit on May 6th and 7th. The event will be entirely free.
The event will include over 30 of the top minds and personalities in the cannabis industry and within the medical cannabis community. The summit can be live-streamed right to your computer or internet-connected device, delivering 22-minute, TED-style talks.
The event will include dozens of speakers (listed below) and numerous panels, including one on “Why Cannabis for Athletes Is a Big Deal” with retired NFL players Eugene Monroe, Eben Britton, and champion MMA fighter Bas Rutten.
Also, info on “how to grow cannabis, how to use it without getting high, the history of medical cannabis, cannabis for pets, cooking with cannabis, the endocannabinoid system, CBD, terpenes, and much more!”
Below is a list of event speakers:
Steve DeAngelo – Here’s what modern cannabis looks like.
Jeffrey Raber – Understanding the chemical compounds in cannabis
Dr Allan Frankel MD – How to legitimize cannabis as medicine
Paul Armentano – Is cannabis safe? Here’s what the research says.
Eugene Monroe, Eben Britton, Bas Rutten – Why cannabis for athletes is a big deal.
Andy Williams – Cannabis research: past, present, and future.
Dr. Dustin Sulak – How to use cannabis without impairment.
Coltyn Turner – This 17-year-old boy cured his Crohn’s with cannabis
Martha Montemayor – The pluses and minuses of each delivery method.
Dr. David Bearman MD – The incredible history of medical cannabis.
Mel Frank, Kyle Kushman – How to grow the highest quality clean cannabis.
Gay Hendricks – How this NYT best-selling author creates on cannabis.
Gary Richter and Rob Silver – Cannabis for pets.
Maya Elisabeth, Dahlia Mertens, Didi Davis – Everything you need to know about cannabis topicals.
Mara Gordon – How to find your ideal dose when self-medicating.
Morris Beegle – The Game Changing Potential of Hemp.
Jeff The 420 Chef – How to make light tasting canna-butter.
Alison Ettel, David Hargett – A debate about different cannabis extraction methods.
Samantha Miller, Ben Cassiday – Terpenes: Unlock the hidden potential of cannabis.
Robyn Lawrence – How to manage your dose when cooking with cannabis.
Dr Malik Burnett M.D. – How your Endocannabinoid system interacts with cannabis.
Josh Wurzer – Why the same strain can impact people differently.
Joel Stanley, Tim Gordon – How CBD Will Change The World.
Dr. Janice Knox MD, Dr. Jessica Knox MD, Dr. Rachel Knox MD – This Family Of Cannabis MD’s Will Answer Your Cannabis Questions.
Dr Genester Wilson King – Why our aging population is turning to cannabis.
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Mexico’s lawmakers have overwhelmingly passed a bill to legalize the medical use of marijuana.
According to Reuters, the bill sailed through the Senate in December, passed the Lower House of Congress on Friday, and will now be sent to President Enrique Pena Nieto, who is expected to sign it.
“The ruling eliminates the prohibition and criminalization of acts related to the medicinal use of marijuana and its scientific research, and those relating to the production and distribution of the plant for these purposes,” the Lower House said in a statement on its website.
The measure passed in a general floor vote with 371 in favor, seven against and 11 abstentions, and now classifies the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as “therapeutic.”
Speaking in April 2016 at a special session where world leaders gathered to rethink global strategy in the war on drugs for the first time in two decades, Pena Nieto said drug use should be addressed as a “public health problem” and users should not be criminalized.
Pena Nieto, once a vocal opponent of drug legalization, has said the United States and Mexico should not pursue diverging policies on marijuana legislation. Last year, he proposed a bill to allow Mexicans to carry up to an ounce of marijuana, a measure that has since stalled in Congress.
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