DEA Considers Rescheduling Cannabis By July of This Year

BY MIKE ADAMS While the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has spent decades spewing the swill of prohibitionists in an effort to keep the cannabis plant confined to its Schedule I classification under the Controlled Substances Act, documents obtained by the Huffington Post indicate that the agency may finally be prepared…

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THC/CBD-infused Suppositories Reduce Effects of Menstrual Cycles

Most women can agree — periods are annoying. “Aunt Flo” comes to visit at the worst times, and she brings some nasty baggage; bloating, cramps, and mood swings. One company wants to turn painful periods into “chill” periods using marijuana, a drug known for medicinal, as well as recreational, uses. The weed capsule has been dubbed “Foria Relief,” by the company Foria, which also launched…

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Tax Revenue Expected To Reach $125 Million As 2015 Colorado Cannabis Sales Near $1B

DENVER, Colorado — Colorado’s legal marijuana business boomed last year, with total sales in the state nearing the $1 billion mark, according to current estimates. Official figures for marijuana sales in December won’t be available until next month, but Ricardo Baca, a staff writer for The Denver Post’s The Cannabist,…

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