Attorney General Jeff Sessions was pushed out Wednesday as the country’s chief law enforcement officer after enduring more than a year of blistering and personal attacks from President Donald Trump over his recusal from the Russia investigation.
Today was a stellar day for marijuana advocates around the country. Not only did a handful of states authorize legalization of medical and recreational marijuana at the polls, but the Democratic Party took control of the House of Representatives, and one very problematic Congressman, Pete Sessions, was sent packing down in Texas.
From dorm rooms to classrooms, cannabis in college has come a long way.
As both medical and recreational marijuana markets have soared, so too have career opportunities. In the 38 states with some form of legal marijuana, patients (and those who just enjoy partaking) now participate in a formalized marketplace with stringent standards overseeing the sale and production of cannabis and products derived from it.
You’re probably reading this right now and asking yourself “can cannabis help me with my workouts?” If you’re that curious, you probably should read this post. Studies have shown that medical marijuana, in the right amount, has great benefits to lots of different treatments. The most known use of cannabis is to treat pain, and even for more serious diseases like cancer. But what no one ever, or hardly ever, talks about is the potential of cannabis to improve your workout performance.
Prime Harvest, LLC Sponsors Community Alliance Program’s Cannabis 4 the Cause Educational Symposium, “Cannabis Vs. Cancer”
July 12 Event at San Diego Central Library to Feature World-Renowned Molecular Biologist to Discuss Cannabis Impact on Cancer Cells
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) JULY 05, 2018
Prime Harvest, LLC, a science-driven, vertically integrated cannabis company with operations throughout California, announced today that it is sponsoring the Community Alliance Program’s (CAP) second Cannabis 4 the Cause event of the year, “Cannabis Vs. Cancer,” on Thursday, July 12, 2018. Attendees will hear from leading cannabinoid researchers about the science and potential of cannabinoids to inhibit cancer cell growth.