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We Support Medical Cannabis Research Australia
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The Hemp Happy network supports the Research, Political Canvassing, Seminars, Activities and the ongoing Education from the “Non -For-Profit”  Medical Cannabis Research Australia In February 2016 legislation (Narcotics Amendment Bill 2016) to legalise medical cannabis in Australia passed through federal Australian parliament in record time. It was supported by all sides of politics. This means as at 1 November 2016 Australian patients with certain...

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Cannabis News Hemp Headlines From Around The Globe…
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Medical cannabis workshop: ‘incredibly cumbersome’ to get drugs to patients [The Guardian] Australia’s first doctors’ workshop on the medical uses of cannabis has heard about the complex situation around its legality. The Melbourne conference was held with the hope of improving the medical profession’s awareness about the issue. Medicinal cannabis: Doctors, nurses and Nimbin ‘elders’ trade marijuana tips [ABC] The ANU Medical School’s Dr...

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8 Things You Should Really Know About Hemp Seeds
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This super healthy food still isn’t permitted for human consumption in Australia. 17/01/2017 7:47 AM AEDT | Updated 18/01/2017 12:44 PM AEDT  Juliette Steen Associate Food Editor, HuffPost Australia Getty It’s easy to get lost in a world of ‘superfoods’ — chia, maca, chlorella, lacuma, açaí — and it doesn’t help that we have to Google how to pronounce the damn words. Ack-eye? Ah-sigh-ee?...

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5 Amazing Hemp Seed Oil Benefits For Skin
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Nov 12, 2015 / CBD_Admin This is a guest post by Tung Tran who writes about how to help people fix their skin problems. Please enjoy his extensive research about the great benefits that hemp seed oil can have for your skin. Hemp seed oil is processed from the seeds of the hemp plant and it has the reputation of containing many health benefits. Although the oil...

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Synthetic Cannabinoids Explained
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Synthetic Cannabinoids Explained By Elixinol | Cannabinoids explained Until now we’ve discussed the properties and effects of the most common phytocannabinoids, so it’s time to take a look at synthetic cannabinoids as well, and see how they’re different from naturally occurring ones. As their name implies, synthetic cannabinoids are chemicals that mimic the effects of cannabinoids, mostly of THC, which has been already described...

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