A Calgary-based group of entrepreneurs is laying its groundwork for the marijuana edibles market with the help of an executive chef with a medical permit. They’re selling handcrafted baking mixes for marijuana-infused brownies and squares online. For now, reTreat’s customers have to supply their own cannabis oil if they want a pain-relieving or a psychoactive […]

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Recreational marijuana use is legal in more states than ever before. Washington, Alaska, Nevada, Oregon, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., California and Colorado all allow the legal use of pot for fun and Maine will join them in summer 2018. Not surprisingly, new businesses in places where recreational pot is legal are cropping up with new products […]

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January 1, 2018 brought an entire new industry to San Diego’s doorstep: legalized cannabis. And, considering marijuana and food have been bedfellows since the beginning of time (munchies, anyone?), it’s no surprise that San Diego’s chefs and epicureans are eager to get in the game, and have done so mainly by launching dinners that pair […]

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/NOT FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES OR THROUGH U.S. NEWSWIRES/ TORONTO, Feb. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LIVEWELL FOODS CANADA Inc. (“LW“, “LiveWell Foods” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce it has received approval today from Ottawa City Council to turn its existing 540,000 square feet greenhouse (the “Ottawa Project”) into a cannabis […]

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For cooking purposes, cannabis has to be combined with a fat, like oil or butter, said Fishman, which is what she did for the meal. But unlike a regular dinner service, she wasn’t able to try the food right before it hit the table. … read more at: http://www.metronews.ca/life/food/2018/02/13/chefs-getting-in-on-the-buzz-around-cooking-with-cannabis.html

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Mom and I had flown to Denver to meet a specialist and strategize treatment for my nontuberculosis mycobacterium. Part of the clinic visit concerned treating my barren appetite and nonstop nausea. We’d tried nearly every anti-nausea prescription by then, and nothing did the trick. My daily “meals” were composed of one or two nibbles. Being in […]

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Since New Jersey’s medical marijuana program launched, only patients with a limited number of conditions were able to enroll. Those conditions are mostly chronic and debilitating, including epilepsy, glaucoma, ALS, severe vomiting from AIDS or cancer treatment, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, and other terminal illnesses. Medical marijuana programs in other states allowed patients suffering from anxiety, […]

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For cooking purposes, cannabis has to be combined with a fat, like oil or butter, said Fishman, which is what she did for the meal. But unlike a regular dinner service, she wasn’t able to try the food right before it hit the table. … read more at: http://www.metronews.ca/life/food/2018/02/13/chefs-getting-in-on-the-buzz-around-cooking-with-cannabis.html

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Why give roses when you can eat them? Plus Products rose- and vanilla-flavored cannabis gummies for Valentine’s Day. | Plus Products Flowers are a popular Valentine’s Day gift, but here’s a twist on the standard bouquet: Rose- and vanilla-flavored cannabis gummies, by Palo Alto’s Plus Products. Texturally speaking, the limited-edition edibles — like all of […]

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Since New Jersey’s medical marijuana program launched, only patients with a limited number of conditions were able to enroll. Those conditions are mostly chronic and debilitating, including epilepsy, glaucoma, ALS, severe vomiting from AIDS or cancer treatment, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, and other terminal illnesses. Medical marijuana programs in other states allowed patients suffering from anxiety, […]

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