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Researchers Develop Marijuana Without The High
2012-07-04 06:00:36

Connie K. Ho for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online In films, marijuana has been depicted as having slacker appeal. The characters that use marijuana for medicinal purposes end up having a high from the substance as well. Recent research showed that this association may eventually be eliminated with a new form of cannabis that has been developed. Scientists from Israel recently revealed that they have been able to develop marijuana that can lessen the symptoms of certain illnesses...

2012-05-31 15:56:58

Israeli scientists have figured out a way to take the fun out of cannabis, turning it into a tool for strictly medical purposes. The Maariv daily reported that scientists have cultivated a cannabis plan that does not get people stoned, but could still be used to benefit those who wish to smoke it for medical reasons. The report said that the new cannabis looks, smells and tastes the same, but does not induce the feelings of getting "high." "It has the same scent, shape and taste as...

2012-05-05 23:01:34

Idrasil, a full-spectrum cannabinoid pill, satisfies the medical community with its standardized 25 mg tablet. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 05, 2012 Doobons.com and Idrasil announced today a strategic partnership to market Idrasil, the groundbreaking medical marijuana pill, on the Doobons.com website. Idrasil´s standardized formula delivers a consistent potency and arms patients with the ability to medicate themselves and achieve the same results every time–just like any other...

2012-04-19 23:03:52

DrugTestYourTeen.com is pleased to announce that they now offer an in-home drug test to detect Spice/K2, the synthetic cousins of marijuana that are the latest teen craze. The biggest selling point for Spice has been that it is “undetectable”, but this new test changes all that. (PRWEB) April 19, 2012 DrugTestYourTeen.com, a leading supplier of in-home drug tests for parents of teenagers, is pleased to announce that they now offer an in-home drug test to detect Spice (or K2),...

2012-04-01 23:02:12

Harborside Health Center, in collaboration with UK research organization The Beckley Foundation and University College London, has initiated a pioneering survey to investigate, for the first time, the effectiveness of cannabis in treating different medical symptoms and conditions. Oakland, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2012 An estimated 5 million people legally use medical cannabis in the 16 states (plus the District of Columbia) that have approved medical cannabis laws. However, the United States...

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