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RIP Charlotte Figi
by Redacción on 15/04/20
It is with great sadness that we learned of the recent death of Charlotte Figi (Colorado Springs, October 18, 2006 - April 7 2020) at age 13.
From Kannabia Seeds, we want to send our most sincere condolences to her parents, Paige and Matt, and to all her loved ones. We deeply regret your loss.
At a very young age, when she was just three months old, little Charlotte was diagnosed with Dravet...
Die Michael J. Fox Stiftung unterstützt drei Gesetzesinitiativen zur Förderung der medizinischen Cannabis-Forschung in den USA
by Teresa García on 14/04/20
Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 1991. He was then only 30 years old and it had been only a year since he played McFly in the third part of the Back to the Future trilogy. He is currently the president of the largest non-profit organization that funds research on this disease, The Michael J. Fox, Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF), and he has set out to end legislative...
Francia comenzará en septiembre un programa piloto de cannabis medicinal
by Teresa García on 08/04/20
From September, France will begin a pilot medical cannabis programme that will bring cannabis products to two hospitals for two years. The programme was approved in October 2019 as an amendment to the draft Social Security budgets submitted by Olivier Véran, deputy of LREM (Le République En Marche). The proposal was approved by the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (...
Brasil dice sí al cannabis medicinal
by Laura Rueda on 17/03/20
It’s not been a good year for Brazil and opinion polls already indicate that Bolsonaro has reached the end of his first year in charge of the government as the most hated president in history. The extreme right is getting thunderous worldwide representation, causing an outrageous regression in terms of our rights. Nevertheless, we want to welcome 2020 with good news about cannabis. Brazilian...
Un año sin cannabis medicinal en Reino Unido
by Laura Rueda on 17/01/20
Since November 2018, the situation regarding medical cannabis appeared to change in the United Kingdom. Thanks to pressure from activists, the government amended the Misuse of Drugs Regulations Act of 2001, making it possible for cannabis-derived drugs to be prescribed by National Health Service (NHS) doctors from England, Wales and Scotland.
Public Pressure
The origin of this law lies in public...
Entrevista a Omar Vallati, CEO de iJoint CBD
by Laura Rueda on 23/10/19
"Hay una demanda medicinal de la planta, una vez probado el producto, la gente se encuentra mejor"
"La percepción del cannabis ha cambiado” es lo que leemos cuando entramos a la web de iJoint CBD, una franquicia especializada en productos de cáñamo y cannabidiol. Si algo tenemos claro es que nos encontramos en la era del CBD. Cada vez más personas acuden a este cannabinoide para tratar dolencias...
“Weed the People”, el documental de Netflix que tienes que ver
by Laura Rueda on 09/10/19
There are two kinds of people in this world, those who choose to look the other way and those who empathize and take care of difficult situations, however hard they may be. This type of commitment is what we know as activism, which can be expressed in many different ways. In the case of Mara Gordon, for instance, founding Aunt Zelda’s, an association that specializes in the development of...
La ansiedad y el síndrome de Tourette ya pueden tratarse con cannabis en Pensilvania
by Laura Rueda on 26/09/19
This summer came with good news from one of the American states where the use of medical cannabis is legalised. The Pennsylvania Department of Health added on Thursday, July 11, two new diagnoses to the list of diseases for medical marijuana treatment: anxiety disorders and Tourette's syndrome.

This decision has been taken after a recommendation from the State Medical Marijuana Advisory Board...
El cannabis gana a la aspirina en potencia contra el dolor
by Laura Rueda on 23/09/19
According to a study published by the journal Phytochemistry and conducted by the University of Guelph in Canada, when it comes to pain relief, cannabis molecules are 30 times more potent than aspirin. It seems incredible that, due to its situation of allegiance and illegality in many places and, despite having been cultivating 6,000 years, we still have so many things left to discover about the...
“Liberté, fraternité… legalisation?!”
by Laura Rueda on 11/07/19
Cannabis Europe was, until now, known for the activism of countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom or Spain. These days it seems that France is moving up a gear with this regulation, after last December, the French National Agency for Medicines and Health Products Safety (ANSM) recommended the plant medical use under certain conditions. Will be France about to...

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