Friday, January 23, 2015

Toke Radio 72: Americans Say Weed Safer Than Milk! Marijuana-Based Sex Spray Hits Shops! Pot Strain Named After Seahawks Star!

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Safer Than Milk? More Americans Want To Ban Raw Milk Than Marijuana

(Hemp News)

Public perceptions of marijuana have certainly shifted. According to a recent study, more Americans now favor banning unpasteurized milk than favor banning marijuana.

U.S. Corporation Files 2nd Patent Application For CBD/Ibuprofen Pain Combo

(Hemp News)

Stevia Corp., an international farm management company and healthcare company, has announced the filing of a second important provisional patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for pain treatment using a combination of ibuprofen and cannabidiol (CBD).

Marijuana-Based Sex Spray Hits Shops In Colorado

(Hemp News)

A new marijuana-based spray which claims to help women have better sex is hitting the shelves in Colorado this week.

Washington: I-1372 Gathering Signatures To Protect And Strengthen Medical Marijuana

(Hemp News)

Backers of a new initiative to strengthen Washington state's medical marijuana law are now gathering signatures.

"Initiative Measure No. 1372, filed January 6, 2015, will protect and strengthen the medical cannabis law, RCW 69.51A, by offering compassion, clarity and consistency," said Kirk Ludden of Cannabis Patient Protection Washington (CPPWA) on Wednesday.

Petitions are at the website: .

Kansas: Medical Marijuana Bills Introduced; Senate Hears From Supporters, Opponents

(Hemp News)

State Sen. David Haley (D-Kansas City) and state Rep. Gail Finney (D-Wichita) have once again introduced medical marijuana bills in the Kansas Legislature, as they've done every year since 2009.

Indiana: Two Medical Marijuana Bills Filed In Legislature

(Hemp News)


Two Democratic lawmakers have filed bills that would allow the use of medical marijuana in Indiana, but neither measure is likely to make any progress in the Republican-controlled Legislature, according to observers.

New Marijuana Strain Named After Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch

(Hemp News)

Talk about a super bowl, man. Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has a potent new marijuana strain named after him in the Emerald City... for the second year in a row.

Toke Signals Must Read of the Week

Brazil Legalizes CBD; Activists Vow To Continue Fight For Full Access To Medical Marijuana

(Toke Signals)

By Sergio Vidal

President, Multidisciplinary Association for the Study of Medical Marijuana (AMEMM)


Today, many scientists in different countries support the use of marijuana-based medicine as an effective treatment for diseases and to relieve various symptoms, including: AIDS, sickle cell anemia, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, spasticity, glaucoma, rheumatism, among others.

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