North Carolina Seeking For Approval Of Medical Marijuana

“It’s logical. It makes sense,” said Representative Kelly M. Alexander, a Democrat. “It really boils down to the fact that there’s evidence that medical marijuana helps in a number of cases like PTSD and chemotherapy including the side effects of chemotherapy.” The recently announced bill—created to benefit seriously... more →
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Four Hundred Pounds Of Marijuana Chocolate Found

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says 42-year-old Jeffrey Woo of Ladera Ranch, California, was arrested Tuesday for possession of a controlled substance with plans to distribute it. Woo was arraigned Wednesday in Lafayette County just east of Kansas City, and he pleaded not guilty. Bond was set at $100,000. However, he pleaded not... more →
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In 2014, Marijuana Investors Lost $23.3 Billion Because Of Penny Stocks

Just this week, Alaska hopped on the big, kush-laden legal weed bandwagon , following in the footsteps of Colorado and Washington state. Today, Washington, DC, legalized recreational toking . But who is convincing novice investors to put their money in pot company penny stocks, when only a handful of states have legalized recreational... more →
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Because Of Penny Stocks, These Marijuana Stocks Might Go Up In Smoke

Yet until GW Pharma can verify its promising early findings — and more importantly, convince regulators that any harmful effects from compounds derived from a substance that is still classified as a Schedule 1 drug by the Drug Enforcement Agency are worth the potential benefit — the stock will have some risk of going... more →
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Verde Science Pursuing Development of Promising Point-Of-Care Ebola Screening Test

Verde Science, Inc., (VRCI) a Medical Research and Development Company focused on novel effective treatments for emerging and contemporary health issues, is pleased to announce that it is working with three new members of its R&D team in Canada and India to develop an easily administered point-of-care test for screening for Ebola... more →
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AVT Inks Agreement with Fujifilm Technical Services

AVT, Inc. (OTC Markets: AVTC) (, a leading manufacturer of automated retailing systems and custom vending machines, announced that they have partnered with Fujifilm Technical Services for the provision of vending services and support. The agreement allows Fujifilm to perform factory-authorized service for AVT’s... more →
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Stocks That Could Go Up In Smoke Are Marijuana Penny Stocks

For example, I like Insys because it already markets Subsys, a sublingual opiate spray that saw its sales grow 105% year over year to $58 million in the third quarter. Thanks to Subsys, the company is debt free and has plenty of financial firepower to pursue pipeline opportunities without diluting investors. In my view, that suggests... more →
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Lawmakers In W. Virginia Introduce Medical Pot Bill

The bi-partisan bill has two co-sponsors, both Democrats, including Senate Majority Whip Daniel Hall (R-Oceana), and joins similar legislation introduced earlier this year in the House (HB 4264). Under the bill, a system of state-regulated medical marijuana cultivation facilities and dispensaries would also be established to provide... more →
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US Troops Off To Ukraine To Conduct Medical Training

About five to 10 military troops of the U.S. Army will go to Ukraine next week to conduct a medical training, according to a U.S. military official. Pentagon will be deploying a small number of troops to Ukraine to provide combat medical training to forces there who have been battling Russian-backed separatists. Last year, the U.S.... more →
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Sickle Cell Anemia Now Be Treated With Pot, According To Georgia Medical Marijuana Law

The “disease list” covered under the current version of the bill includes ALS aka Lou Gherig’s disease, seizure disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, cancer,  Parkinson’s, Crohn’s disease, Fibromyalgia & Mitochondrial disease. African American legislators and sickle cell organizations were initially outraged that... more →
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