Our Founder, CCR, addressed the Louisville Metro Cannabis on March 8th about the need for more research into cannabis and its' possible benefits for those with mental illness. #legislation #CCR #medical
Change Can Come From unlikely beginnings and sometimes change takes patience and planning until that one moment can happen; the moment that causes change to everything – either by example, inspiration, or determination. Something turns different and the gates can never be closed. On January 18th we had one of those moments in Louisville when Pat Dunegan, an unlikely advocate for medical cannabis, a cause thrust on him by love and hardship, stood before the Louisville Metro Co
Thursday, 16 November 2017 Medical Marijuana Less Opioids
Chicago, IL: More than two out of three medical marijuana patients substitute cannabis in place of opioids, according to survey data compiled by Aclara Research, a Chicago-based consulting firm. Sixty-seven percent of respondents reported that they ceased their opioid use after initiating cannabis therapy. Twenty-nine percent of respondents said that cannabis allowed them to decrease their use of opioids. The findings
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Last week was huge! Representative Sims filed our Medical Marijuana task force's legislation, House Bill 166. The bill was assigned to the House Judiciary Committee and the committee's chair, Rep. Joe Fischer, can decide whether or not House Bill 166 gets a hearing. We need your voice to make sure he hears the message loud and clear: Medical Marijuana deserves a fair hearing! Please contact Chairman Fischer at (502) 564-8100 ext. 742 or firstname.lastname@example.org and request Hou
BY CHERI SICARD ON FEBRUARY 19, 2017
Avoid these marijuana cooking mistakes and put yourself well on the road to making great tasting potent marijuana edibles! 1. Over grinding the plant material when making marijuana butter or cannabis oil.
For some reason the majority of internet sites tell people to finely grind the marijuana being used to infuse marijuana but
By Adam Beam, The Associated Press FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky’s ban on medical marijuana has survived an initial test in court, with a judge ruling Wednesday that the state has a good reason to “curtail citizens’ possession of a narcotic, hallucinogenic drug.” Twenty-nine other states have legalized marijuana in some way, the most common being for medical purposes. While Kentucky lawmakers have embraced hemp — the fibers of the plant that are used to make rope, clothing and ot
Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear want a Frankfort judge to dismiss a lawsuit calling for the legalization of medical marijuana in Kentucky.
In a motion filed Monday in Franklin Circuit Court, Bevin’s attorneys said medical marijuana is a “political question” that should be decided by the General Assembly, not a judge.
“Since at least 2014, the legislature has debated bills advocating for the lawful use of medicinal marijuana in every legislative session,” a
PUBLISHED: JUN 15, 2017, 3:00 PM • UPDATED: ABOUT 6 HOURS AGO By Bruce Schreiner, The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky’s criminal ban against medical marijuana was challenged Wednesday in a lawsuit touting cannabis as a viable alternative to ease addiction woes from opioid painkillers. The plaintiffs have used medical marijuana to ease health problems, the suit said. The three plaintiffs include Dan Seum Jr., the son of a longtime Republican state senator. Another
PUBLISHED: JUN 6, 2017, 8:45 AM • UPDATED: 3 DAYS AGO By Alicia Wallace, The Cannabist Staff Post-traumatic stress disorder is now a qualifying condition for doctor-recommended medical marijuana in Colorado. Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday signed Senate Bill 17 into law. The act opens the doors for Colorado residents to receive a doctor’s OK to use medical marijuana in the treatment of PTSD symptoms. Colorado doctors could begin to make those PTSD-specific recommendations in
PUBLISHED: JAN 16, 2017, 8:01 AM • UPDATED: 4 MONTHS ago By Melissa Reinert, The Kentucky Enquirer WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — Tiffany Wigginton Carnal is in the fight of her life to save her daughter. Lyndi Carnal, 17, has Crohn’s Disease, an inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract, which can lead to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition. Lyndi was diagnosed when she was 14. Since that time, she and he