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CBD Oil In Japan

Elixinol™ CBD Oil in Japan – First Lady Ushers In New Era by Purchasing CBD Hemp Oil by Elixinol

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I thought you’d like to hear some of the positive progress we have been making with Elixinol™ CBD Oil in Japan. Besides being a speaker at the 2016 Cannabis Entrepreneur Summit  in California I recently met with the First Lady of Japan (Akie Abe) whose husband, the Prime Minister of Japan (Shinzō Abe) is now using our Elixinol CBD products. See attached press release. Feel free to share on your blog and social media.

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CBD-Drug-Test

Will I Pass A Drug Test If I Take CBD Hemp Extracts?

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The difference between many medicinal hemp products and recreational cannabis is that these can contain little to no THC, which is the psychoactive component of cannabis.   A common concern among many who use hemp extracts is the possibility of testing positive for cannabis use in a workplace or roadside drug test, and facing legal action or unemployment. But are these fears unfounded, or must we wait for legalisation before starting any form of medicinal hemp? Read More

Australian-Cannabis-Legislation

The Australian Senate Passes Medical Cannabis Legislation

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 On Wednesday, the 24th of February, the Australian Senate passed new changes to the Narcotic Drugs Act1, which will allow the legal cultivation of cannabis for medical and scientific purposes. Greens leader Richard Di Natale said the changes were an “important first step” to legalising medicinal cannabis, but more work was needed to deal with how cannabis would be prescribed and distributed. While this is progress, however, these new changes will not make Australia the next Colorado. It is still illegal to grow cannabis, or hemp, for personal use, and as one woman has stated, “There’s no guarantee that what the government offers will be suitable for their type of condition”2.

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