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Kiva’s New CBN Gummies Are Designed to Help You Sleep

California-based edibles brand Kiva is launching a new gummy today and with it a rather bold statement: “CBD IS DEAD.” The brand’s newest gummies, Camino Midnight Blueberry, represent its first foray into CBN, a cannabinoid that’s been known to do things like help improve sleep quality and ease restlessness. Even better, Kiva says it does …

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Fighting the ‘Stoner Stigma’ as a Medical Cannabis Patient

Years ago, I started using cannabis to help regulate my pain. The patient-demonizing “War on Opiates” was just getting started, and filling my valid prescription was becoming harder and harder. Fast forward a few months, and I had completely weaned off 60 mg oxymorphone and 30 mg oxycodone daily. After about three months of using …

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Cannabis Edibles Fly Off Shelves on First Day of Ontario Sales

Thursday was the first day of legal cannabis edibles sales in Ontario, and in some regions, it would appear that the public had been waiting. At some of the province’s brick and mortar dispensary locations as well as its government-run online store, edible products including cannabis-infused teas and candies sold with quickness.  Edibles were legalized …

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Proposed Law Update Has Some Hemp Farmers Nervous

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Hemp growers and entrepreneurs who were joyous a year ago after U.S. lawmakers reclassified the plant as a legal agricultural crop now are worried their businesses could be crippled if federal policymakers move ahead with draft regulations. Licenses for hemp cultivation topped a half-million acres (200,000 hectares) last year, more than …

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