Cannabidiol News April 17, 2019
Weed NewsJimmy Buffett Launches Cannabis Brand ‘Coral Reefer’About Coral Reefer, LLC
Coral Reefer, LLC, a global licensing company significantly owned by Jimmy Buffett, is the owner of the Coral Reefer™ brand.
The News-PressSeed & Bean Market brings cafe, CBD-infused goodies to downtown Fort MyersSeed & Bean is introducing the area to what Peacock calls a “new funky chill marketplace,” testing out its unique concept of offering traditional coffees, teas, beers and food alongside a range of CBD-infused products.
GlobeNewswireEmerald Health Pharmaceuticals Receives US Drug Enforcement Administration Determination that the Active Ingredient in its Lead Product Candidate is not a Controlled SubstanceSAN DIEGO, CA, April 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Emerald Health Pharmaceuticals Inc. (EHP), a clinical-stage company developing medicines based on cannabinoid science, has received the determination from the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) that VCE-004.8, a non-reactive, non-psychotropic, new chemical entity (NCE) derived from synthetic cannabidiol (CBD) and the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) in the Company’s lead product candidate, EHP-101, is not a controlled substance under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA). EHP-101 is currently in a Phase I clinical study and is being developed for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) and systemic scleroderma, or systemic sclerosis (SSc). multiple sclerosis and systemic sclerodermahttps://finance.yahoo.com/quote/emh.v?ltr=1
Canada NewsWireOvation Science Announces Launch of CBD Infused Skincare Product Line as Global Opportunities Become Availablehttps://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/ovation-science-announces-launch-of-cbd-infused-skincare-product-line-as-global-opportunities-become-available-868371591.html
Proactive Investors USA & CanadaNextleaf gains as US patent granted for cannabinoid extraction from marijuana and hemp
KELOLAND TVCounty prosecutor says he won’t prosecute CBD oil casesRAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – The top prosecutor in Pennington County says he won’t prosecute cases involving hemp and CBD oil, contradicting a decision by the South Dakota attorney general.