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By: Randy Travis Aired: Dec 11 2017 DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. – Douglasville and Fulton County police want to know the true extent of an alleged drug business that targeted metro high school students. The drug? Marijuana edibles. A hidden camera FOX 5 I-Team investigation first exposed the home-based company called Trill Treats. Customers ordered through an
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Parents treat there sons Autism with the use of Medical Marijuana.
Hugh Hempel is a technology industry veteran turned health care entrepreneur. In this moving talk he discusses how medicinal cannabis has enriched the lives of his ailing 11 year-old daughters. This talk will challenge your views of medical marijuana. Hugh Hempel is a technology industry veteran turned healthcare entrepreneur. During his 30-year career in high
Medical marijuana isn’t devil weed or the cure for everything. Find out what it really is, and what it can really do. Dr.Alan Shackelford shows us. FB: Amarimed of Colorado / Twitter: @DrAShackelford Dr. Alan Shackelford is a graduate of the University of Heidelberg School of Medicine in Germany and completed postgraduate medical training at
As medical marijuana gains acceptance around the world, Israel is drawing interest from investors for its “botanical high-tech” medical cannabis. A Canadian producer has already entered into a partnership with an Israeli producer, Tikun Olam, for a cannabis variety that helps reduce the seizures of epileptic children, but has been especially grown to remove the