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Bad Ass Cannabis Oil Expanding Across the United States

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Two men are expanding Bad Ass Cannabis Products and their proprietary blend of CBD oil throughout the United States to help Americans overcome anxiety and provide pain relief.

Bad Ass Cannabis Products, whose parent company is Mist Health Systems in Las Vegas, is promoting two major products. CBD Mind Restore helps combat anxiety while CBD Body Relief helps to reduce inflammation.

“Our CBD premium liquid elixirs are natural, broad-spectrum hemp cannabis oils containing natural cannabinoids, terpenes and a range of other healthy natural compounds including flavonoids, vitamins, amino acids and enzymes,” said Justin Green, CEO of Bad Ass Cannabis Products.

Green said “it is the combination of the broad spectrum of CBD with the proprietary terpene blend” that makes their products effective and which sets them apart from competitors.

“With my partner, Chuck Stebbins, who has more than 30 years of nutritional supplement experience, we have created a company to bring the benefits of CBD oil to a larger audience,” Green said. “Our products are designed specifically to help people live the life they want.”

Green said a major obstacle is that consumers are confused with CBD variations, which will determine the effectiveness and the difference between CBD and marijuana.

According to thegrowop.com, the confusion is avoided if you understand the distinction between CBD derived from marijuana and CBD from hemp oil.

Green and Stebbins, who decided the time was right to expand across the United States, want to use their products to help people.

“If that happens, it is worth all the effort,” Green said.

 

SOURCE: Bad Ass Cannabis Products

 

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National Cannabis Month Shines Light on CBD-Infused Hard Candies Like Candy Head’s Products

Betty Tűndik

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Candy Head hard candies, which are now on sale at vitabeauti.com, use full-spectrum CBD oil, which is full of therapeutic terpenes, cannabinoids, flavonoids and fatty acids. Separately, these ingredients have benefits, but together, they create an “entourage effect” which increases the product’s health value. Candy Head opted for hard candy over CBD elixirs because it provides optimal absorption of the many compounds found in full-spectrum oil.
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Cannabis began as an herbal medicine in 500 BC when ancient cultures in Central Asia used the plant for health reasons instead of its mood-altering properties.

Today, more than two millennia later, people are again using CBD oil for its medicinal purposes, such as treating anxiety and pain. This is just one historical fact you can learn during National Cannabis Month, which promotes information about this plant, its history and its uses.

“At Candy Head, we believe people need to be educated about the difference between marijuana and CBD,” said Ian Gilley, founder of Candy Head, a Rhode Island-based company which makes CBD-infused hard candies. “You will not get high from CBD products. CBD does not have a high-enough concentration of THC, the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant.”

Plus, CBD oil is legal in many states. The 2018 Farm Bill removed major restrictions that had limited consumer access to the health-benefits of CBD. There is a growing number of studies that suggests CBD oil can help people with epilepsy, acne, depression, diabetes, nausea, ADHD, heart disease and Parkinson’s.

Candy Head hard candies, which are now on sale at vitabeauti.com, use full-spectrum CBD oil, which is full of therapeutic terpenes, cannabinoids, flavonoids and fatty acids. Separately, these ingredients have benefits, but together, they create an “entourage effect” which increases the product’s health value.

Candy Head opted for hard candy over CBD elixirs because it provides optimal absorption of the many compounds found in full-spectrum oil. The company uses a third-party lab to test their candies for proper CBD dosing and consistency to make sure consumers receive the precise amount of oil needed.  None of Candy Head’s offerings contain dairy, gluten, animal products, soy, wheat, fish, shellfish, sesame, coconut, peanuts or tree nuts. They are also vegan-friendly.

You can buy Candy Head products on vitabeauti.comCandy Head’s CBD Blast, a variety pack of 25 hard candies, is available for the sale price of $64.95. The candies come in four flavors: green apple, watermelon, tangerine and blue raspberry.

For more information, visit candy-head.com.

 

SOURCE: Candy Head

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Government of Canada takes further steps to address the opioid crisis in British Columbia

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The opioid crisis continues to be one of the most serious public health issues in Canada’s recent history. Tragically, between January 2016 and September 2018 more than 10,300 Canadians died from an apparent opioid-related overdose.

Today the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, announced funding for new initiatives to increase knowledge about opioid use and treatment, decrease harms associated with opioid use, and enhance access to evidence-based treatment. Minister Petitpas Taylor made the announcement while meeting with representatives of the St. Paul’s Foundation of Vancouver.

New investments totaling $15.3 million announced today include:

  • $9.6 million for seven projects that will focus on education and sharing information on effective treatments for opioid use disorder;
  • $1.3 million to support four initiatives that will reduce the risk of HIV and hepatitis C among people who share drug use equipment, while also linking people to treatment and support services; and
  • $4.4 million to support four research projects to develop innovative, effective treatment options tailored to B.C. communities and Indigenous people.

The funding announced today builds on recent investments to increase access to treatment services for Canadians who are seeking help for problematic substance use. In September 2018, the governments of Canada and British Columbiasigned a bilateral agreement under the Government of Canada’s Emergency Treatment Fund committing more than $71.7 million for innovative and comprehensive treatment options in the province.

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“This crisis continues to be one of the most serious public health issues in Canada’s recent history, and organizations on the ground can help us turn the tide of it. That’s why we are investing further in them. We know there is no silver bullet solution to this crisis, and the services and education these organizations offer are crucial. We must continue to work all together to save lives.”

The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor
Minister of Health

St. Paul’s Hospital happens to sit at the epicentre of the opioid crisis in Vancouver, which has given us both a unique perspective and a profound responsibility. We know that research, outreach, and education will significantly reduce harm, yield financial savings and, most importantly, improve and save the lives of individuals, families, and communities affected by substance use across Canada.”

Dick Vollet
President and CEO, St. Paul’s Foundation

Quick Facts

  • Budget 2018 committed more than $230 million over five years to address the opioid crisis. This funding included $150 million for a cost-shared Emergency Treatment Fund.
  • Through Budget 2019, the Government of Canada is committing an additional $30.5 million over five years, starting in 2019-20, with $1 million in ongoing funding, for targeted measures to address persistent gaps in harm reduction and treatment.
  • Since June 2017, data reported to Health Canada indicate that there have been more than 327,000 visits to supervised consumption sites and overdose prevention sites across Canada, without a single death in the facilities and almost 3,600 reported overdoses reversed.
  • Through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Government of Canada is investing in researchers who are helping to provide evidence on which interventions work best to prevent opioid overdoses, how to treat opioid use disorder and how to promote harm reduction.
  • Health Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program (SUAP) provides approximately $50 million annually to support initiatives that help prevent, treat and reduce all forms of harm from problematic substance use, including opioids, cannabis, alcohol and tobacco.
  • The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Harm Reduction Fund is investing $7 million annually to support projects across Canada that will help reduce rates of HIV and hepatitis C among people who use drugs.
  • The Government of Canada is running a national public awareness campaign on opioids. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the risks associated with opioids, the stigma that prevents people who use drugs from receiving help, and what to do if you witness an opioid overdose.

 

SOURCE Health Canada

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Alt Thirty Six Secures $10 Million In Series A Funding For Cannabis Payment Solution Platform

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Alt Thirty Six, a first-of-its-kind digital payment and compliance platform designed to help the cannabis industry go cashless, announces $10 million in Series A funding to help accelerate company growth and enhance development capabilities. The round was led by a private equity firm to support Alt Thirty Six‘s digital payment solution.

The company’s innovative platform eliminates the need for cash in the cannabis industry by using blockchain technology and Dash, a decentralized digital asset, to facilitate the transfer of funds at dispensaries and cannabis businesses.

Alt Thirty Six will use the funding to further drive company expansion, advance the platform’s technical functions and abilities, expand proper licensing in target states across the U.S., while maintaining focus on compliance and regulation. Ultimately, the capital will be used to help Alt Thirty Six achieve mass consumer adoption throughout the cannabis industry.

“We are committed to revolutionizing the cannabis space by increasing access to compliant digital payments, making transactions easier and faster for all cannabis businesses,” said Ken Ramirez, co-founder and CEO of Alt Thirty Six. “This new Series A funding round provides us access to the resources we need to help facilitate our vision for one of the fastest growing industries in the country.”

Alt Thirty Six‘s recent company announcements include a partnership with CannTrade, a leading provider of cannabis software technology, and the hiring of Chief Architect Jason Breidis, a payments expert whose work led to the acceptance of electronic payments at McDonald’s restaurants and is used to process billions of dollars in transactions.

“We fully support Alt Thirty Six‘s innovative payment technology and dedication to providing the cannabis industry with an alternative to cash,” says the private equity firm. “We are thrilled to lead this funding round. Alt Thirty Six brings a new, payments-focused element to our portfolio, adding tremendous value to the cannabis businesses.”

 

SOURCE Alt Thirty Six

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