Cannabis Explained

From prehistoric hunters to ancient Chinese rulers to rambunctious Vikings, cannabis has been used across the globe for thousands of years. So, how can one of humanity’s oldest and most celebrated cultivated crops be grouped in the Schedule 1 (think heroin, ecstasy, LSD) class of drugs in our country? Let’s take a deep look into the history of cannabis, it’s benefits and how we can help change the future of this healing herb.

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Adie Rae
Habu Health: Data Driven Research and Education in Cannabis

With cannabis legalization comes the opportunity for cannabis education.  We are currently living in a society (in the U.S. anyway) where we have been fed decades of propaganda and conjecture by the federal government, and actual studies and research about cannabis (much less factual public education) have been virtually impossible.  Now, though, we are able to push forward in this realm, and Habu Health is doing just that.

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Adie Rae
What if CBD could save your child's life?

A few months ago, I met with a pediatric neurologist in his 4th floor laboratory/office on the Medical School campus of Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. I had been curious about my employer’s stance on cannabinoid medicine, and it was in this tidy, dimly lit office that I became intimately familiar with the ongoing clinical trial for Epidiolex.

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Dear Trump Administration: If cannabis laws tighten, the opioid crisis will only get worse.

This statement obviously reflects the outdated and unsubstantiated "gateway" theory (that cannabis use “opens the door” to using more harmful illegal drugs). It also flies in the face of a wealth of scientific studies that show the complete opposite of what he is suggesting.

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