Posts in: November, 2015

How Are Cannabis Products For Animals Tested?

Many people disagree with testing drugs on animals before giving them to humans, but what about testing drugs on humans before giving them to animals? That’s exactly what is happening with cannabis products for animals.

There are several companies that have developed hemp-based products for animals, mostly intended for dogs. The edible products are suggested for a variety of ailments but the majority seem to focus on joint conditions for older dogs, neurological health and calmness.

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Edible Review: Terra Bites Chocolate Covered Blueberries from Kiva Confections

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Edible Review: Kiva Terra Bites — Chocolate Covered Blueberries from Kiva Confections

KIVA Confections™ is a California based not-for-profit collective. They make only the highest quality medical edibles for patients, crafted from all natural ingredients and skillfully combined with cannabis. They lab-test every batch to ensure consistent THC potency. In this review, we’ll explore a

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Poll Shows Americans Favor Drug-Testing Members of Congress

Congress-Members-Should-Pee-in-Cups-TooWASHINGTON — While most Americans like the idea of drug testing for welfare recipients, they LOVE the idea of drug testing members of Congress.

According to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, 64 percent of Americans favor requiring welfare recipients to submit to random drug testing — a measure pushed by Republican lawmakers in recent years — while 18

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DEA Responds to Their Chief’s Comments That Medical-Marijuana is a “Joke”

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So far, more than 15,000 people have signed the petition demanding that DEA head Chuck Rosenberg be fired for calling medical marijuana a “joke.” Well, now the DEA responds to his comments.

And guess what? It seems they’re officially on notice now.

When a Washington Post reporter called the agency about our efforts (Change.org), a

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