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God’s Gift from Holistic Healing Collective;
http://budgeni.us/59F
13.41% THC
0.40% CBD
0.10% CBN
Indica, Indoor

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“I had to do what I had to do to survive,” Chong told reporters. “It’s so inconceivable. You keep doubting they would forget you.”

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Arizona OKs Cannabis For PTSD

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Arizona OKs Cannabis For PTSD

Arizona’s top health officials announced that medical marijuana patients my begin using cannabis to relieve post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms.

The decision by state Department of Health Services will allow PTSD sufferers to use cannabis for palliative care of symptoms, but not as a primary treatment for the disorder: “Certifying physicians will be required to attest that they have…

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CEO Angel Stanz has been invited to discuss how digital media is changing the way patients and entrepreneurs communicate about cannabis at “The State of Marijuana” event to be held on July 26(th) in Hollywood, California. This exclusive conversation with industry insiders is a unique opportunity for shareholders, emerging entrepreneurs and the public to discuss key topics with influential marijuana companies.

Medical marijuana is currently legal in 23 states, two of which have legalized cannabis for recreational use. With the imminent reform on marijuana laws nationwide, many societal and economic issues are being brought to the forefront. Mr. Stanz will join key figures and opinion leaders across business, media, and academic sectors to discuss the implications of the nation’s evolving perspectives on cannabis and what the future will hold for this controversial herb.
Mr. Stanz will participate on the Digital Media Panel discussing BG Medical development projects involving Bitcoin, and the potential impact of future payment systems on the industry. Panel discussions will also include strategies for companies looking to create online cannabis brands, digital marketing tools currently available for cannabis companies, and how new cannabis entrepreneurs can position themselves within the evolving perception of cannabis in the mainstream media.
BudGenius is offering a limited time 20% discount to this special event for all BG Medical Technologies shareholders and BudGenius.com visitors. Eligible members are encouraged to visit www.BudGenius.com to receive this discount and learn additional event information.

CEO Angel Stanz has been invited to discuss how digital media is changing the way patients and entrepreneurs communicate about cannabis at “The State of Marijuana” event to be held on July 26(th) in Hollywood, California. This exclusive conversation with industry insiders is a unique opportunity for shareholders, emerging entrepreneurs and the public to discuss key topics with influential marijuana companies.

Medical marijuana is currently legal in 23 states, two of which have legalized cannabis for recreational use. With the imminent reform on marijuana laws nationwide, many societal and economic issues are being brought to the forefront. Mr. Stanz will join key figures and opinion leaders across business, media, and academic sectors to discuss the implications of the nation’s evolving perspectives on cannabis and what the future will hold for this controversial herb.

Mr. Stanz will participate on the Digital Media Panel discussing BG Medical development projects involving Bitcoin, and the potential impact of future payment systems on the industry. Panel discussions will also include strategies for companies looking to create online cannabis brands, digital marketing tools currently available for cannabis companies, and how new cannabis entrepreneurs can position themselves within the evolving perception of cannabis in the mainstream media.

BudGenius is offering a limited time 20% discount to this special event for all BG Medical Technologies shareholders and BudGenius.com visitors. Eligible members are encouraged to visit www.BudGenius.com to receive this discount and learn additional event information.

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Florida holds first hearing on medical marijuana rules
TALLAHASSEE (TampaBayTimes) — The race to cultivate and distribute marijuana for a limited medical use began Monday when state regulators opened a day-long hearing on draft rules for the new law to allow non-euphoric, non-inhalable cannabis to be developed.
The proposed criteria is strict: the plants must adhere to the formula of no more than more than .8 percent THC or less than 10 percent CBD – or all of the product would be destroyed. Growers must inventory their plants, cuttings and seeds daily or be subject to penalty. Chemical additives must be screened and carefully controlled and the entire operation must be under lock and key.
Regulators hope that the process they put in place this summer for the limited strain could be a blueprint for the wider law if voters approve it. It requires that a license will cost $150,000 and the grower must post a bond of $5 million. The investment also involves immense security and technology, including a requirement that growers fingerprint and screen their employees.
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weedporndaily:

Florida holds first hearing on medical marijuana rules

TALLAHASSEE (TampaBayTimes) — The race to cultivate and distribute marijuana for a limited medical use began Monday when state regulators opened a day-long hearing on draft rules for the new law to allow non-euphoric, non-inhalable cannabis to be developed.

The proposed criteria is strict: the plants must adhere to the formula of no more than more than .8 percent THC or less than 10 percent CBD – or all of the product would be destroyed. Growers must inventory their plants, cuttings and seeds daily or be subject to penalty. Chemical additives must be screened and carefully controlled and the entire operation must be under lock and key.

Regulators hope that the process they put in place this summer for the limited strain could be a blueprint for the wider law if voters approve it. It requires that a license will cost $150,000 and the grower must post a bond of $5 million. The investment also involves immense security and technology, including a requirement that growers fingerprint and screen their employees.

Read more