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Uncle Sam Offers $3 Million to First Person Who Can Cure Marijuana Addiction

Based on the ideology that millions of Americans are grossly addicted to marijuana, the federal government has approved $3 million to facilitate the fast-track creation of a pharmaceutical drug to treat this supposed scourge on public health.  

Big Pharma Companies Were The Original Medical Pot Sellers

At the turn of the century, six percent of all manufactured drugs contained cannabis in one form or another, whether in powder, tablets, fluid extracts or tinctures. Some call that period the “Golden Age of Medical Cannabis” as marijuana products flourished wi...

The Big Pharma Marijuana Scam of 2015

With efforts to legalize medical marijuana across the United States having been largely successful in recent years, there is speculation that the federal government will soon make a move, possibly in 2015, to reschedule cannabis in an effort to allow a variety of herb-bas...

Big Pharma Will Sell Weed Gum to Medical Marijuana Patients

While medical marijuana remains illegal in the eyes of the United States government, one pharmaceutical company claims it has developed a cannabis-based chewing gum that will have the support of the Federal Drug Administration within the next few years.  ...

Prices For Overdose Drug Skyrocket

Naloxone is a drug that saves lives. As an opioid antagonist that counters the effects of drug overdoses, hospitals always keep some around in case the effects of painkillers go south and cause fatal central nervous system or respiratory depression.

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