GW Pharmaceuticals’ Epidiolex: Money For Nothin’ And Side-Effects For Free
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GW Pharmaceuticals’ Epidiolex: Money For Nothin’ And Side-Effects For Free

It's a familiar song, the FDA singing high praise for Epidiolex, a pharmaceutical version of CBD that is less effective than the non-approved whole plant version and costs a ton more. Then there's the matter of Epidiolex side-effects -- everything from elevated liver enzymes and infections to attempts of suicide.

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The Entourage Effect: Why Whole Plant CBD Matters
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The Entourage Effect: Why Whole Plant CBD Matters

The entourage effect refers to hundreds of natural components within a plant interacting together to produce medicine with superior health benefits. Herbalists have recognized this forever ... pharmaceuticals not so much.

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The CBD Takeover: Big Pharma Makes Its Move with Epidiolex

Is the era of affordable, effective CBD oil coming to an end? Caught between CBD politics and Big Pharma's backing of the Federal Drug Administration, the industrial hemp industry, as well as thousands of chronic disease sufferers, fear the worst with the likely approval of GW Pharmaceutical's Epidiolex.

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Dismantling The Monsanto Marijuana Connection
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Dismantling The Monsanto Marijuana Connection

Behemoth seed company Monsanto denies its pending merger with Bayer has anything to do with a GMO marijuana monopoly. But rumored research labs in Uruguay and convenient patent connections suggests something evil is afoot.

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DEA’s Attempt To Classify CBD As Schedule 1 Drug Is Likely Illegal
** ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS OCT. 1-2 ** A Drug Enforcement Administration agent hands a freshly-pulled marijuana plant off to another law enforcement officer as they work to clear a patch of the week planted beneath a spread of native flora on national forest land near Entiant, Wash., Sept. 20, 2005. Police confiscated 465 marijuana plants at the so-called "garden," a small find compared to the thousands of other plants confiscated on some other busts in the area. The illegal marijuana growing operations are wreaking havoc on counties with huge tracts of open space and few resources to tackle them. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

DEA’s Attempt To Classify CBD As Schedule 1 Drug Is Likely Illegal

DEA has taken yet another swipe at marijuana by amending its already bizarre classification of pot as a Schedule I drug. Now they're trying to control the plant compound better known as CBD.

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