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France is "decriminalizing" cannabis nationwide
June 11, 2017 11:14 AM
France appears poised to change the way it punishes cannabis users. While it seems France will continue levying fines against citizens found guilty of cannabis use, the prison elements will likely be removed soon. There are several reasons supporters of the change tout in their advocacy for the change. One, cannabis use is widespread among the populace. Two, many citizens feel the government should not mandate what they do or not do with their bodies. Three, cannabis has the potential to provide several medicinal benefits and research into these benefits would be aided by the move to destigmatize its use by removing the criminal aspect. Four, cannabis use has a low potential for abuse. And finally, it has been estimated a cannabis arrest consumed up to six hours of police office and magistrate time. By removing the criminal aspect of cannabis use, it would free the country's law enforcement to pursue other matters of greater risk to the populace.
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The 8 Most Important CBD Studies Ever Published
May 28, 2017 04:14 PM
A marijuana advocacy blog has a story listing the eight most significant CBD studies to date. The story states that CBD studies are easier to conduct because the substance does not have psychoactive properties. The studies cover topics such as effectiveness in treating seizures, anti-inflammatory properties, and pain relief. Each discussion is accompanied by a color photo along with an embedded link to the actual study. A brief description of the writer is contained at the end of the feature. There were no comments.
"And that’s beneficial because research continues to show the central role CBD plays in the medical benefits of cannabis."
Read more: https://www.greenrushdaily.com/2017/05/07/important-cbd-studies/