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No, CBD won’t cure Covid. Here’s what that study actually found

According to the published article, this wasn’t a study of the scope you might be assuming. No humans were involved. The potential of CBDA to block the production of Covid-19 cells hasn’t even been tested on lab mice.

The Oregon researchers ran the known properties of CBDA and CBGA through a commonly used computer model. In other words, they matched the cannabinoids up against Covid-19 in a computer simulation.


New York Cannabis Board Chair Answers Questions About What It Will Take To Snag a Marijuana Business License
The Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act lays out nine different types of licenses companies can apply for and details what each entails: cultivator, nursery, processor, distributor, retail-dispensary, delivery, on-site consumption, adult-use cooperative, and microbusiness.

“I don’t hear many people [talking about] processing and manufacturing, however I know there are lots of makers in our communities,” Wright said. She noted that processor licenses cover the production of edibles like candy and baked goods, which create a good opportunity to establish a brand.

California cannabis activist reacts to legalization in NYS
The deadline will have passed for municipalities to decide if they want to opt-out of the state's retail cannabis sales and lounge consumption legislation, with the focus now on how the rollout of legalization will happen. In California, voters legalized weed five years ago. A cannabis activist from the Golden State says, at least so far it looks like New York has learned from some of the challenges his state has faced.

Where do NYC legacy cannabis operators factor in the state’s legal market
While the recreational cannabis market in New York won’t get off the ground for at least another 18 months, Avery wonders what will happen to him and a generation of legacy dealers — who were instrumental in providing New Yorkers access to a variety of marijuana strains and products before the passing of MRTA last March.

The Cannabis Industry Strikes Back
Something is brewing with cannabis taxes and industry activism in California. Recently, advocates and operatives have been collaborating on a series of actions, starting with a letter to Governor Newsom and the state legislature demanding tax reform, additional retail outlets, and a check on local control so the California cannabis industry does not continue to collapse.

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