FDA Issues Warning Letter To Company Selling CBD Products With Unproven Health Claims

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sent a warning letter to Curaleaf, a company that markets cannabidiol-based products using “unsubstantiated” health claims. Continue Reading →

Senate Majority Decriminalizes Marijuana Use From Harlem To The Hudson

The Senate Majority today passed legislation that will address the racial disparities that are present in New York’s antiquated marijuana drug laws. Continue Reading →

Marijuana Legalization Helps Consumers With Chronic Pain, But Over Use On The Rise

Access to legal marijuana is increasing state by state, and now researchers from the University of California at San Francisco are investigating how these changes are affecting consumers’ health reports Consumer Affairs. Continue Reading →

From Harlem To Harare, CBD As An Effective, Safe Alternative To Ibuprofen

Using CBD products for various medicinal purposes has been a hot button topic since hemp was legalized with the 2018 Farm Bill. Continue Reading →

From Weed Mansions To CBD Restaurants, The New World Of Luxury Cannabis Is Here

Inside The High End, Barneys New York’s new fifth-floor boutique in Beverly Hills, designer bongs and stash boxes, ashtrays and gold rolling papers sit alongside products with a wellness bent. Continue Reading →

Join The Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition 2019 At Jacob Javits Center

Due to decades of ill-informed popular opinion, industrial hemp had long been lumped into the psychoactive drug category. Continue Reading →

Uptown Council Member Rodriguez Joined ASOBEU On Sale Of Marijuana In Bodegas

Today, Friday, March 8, 2019, Council Member of Northern Manhattan, Erika Rodriguez, Chief of Staff of Assembly Member Al Taylor, and local leaders joined executives and members of The Bodega Association of United States (ASOBEU) as they announced their position regarding the sale of Marijuana in bodegas. Continue Reading →

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