Monthly Archives: July 2019

How the CBD Craze Could Help and Hurt Hemp Farmers

How the CBD Craze Could Help and Hurt Hemp Farmers

In theory, there will a working federal law in place regarding legal hemp farming by the end of this year. The ability of farmers to grow hemp as an industrial crop is a victory hard-won, and at a time when they could certainly use the boost. It’s been hard to be a farmer in recent […]

Cannabis Researcher Suing Federal Government Over Bad Weed

Cannabis Researcher Suing Federal Government Over Bad Weed

Dr. Suzanne Sisley has been the subject of quite a few articles regarding cannabis research and legalization. She has long been one of the only respected academics willing to jump through all the hoops necessary with various federal organizations to perform cannabis-related medical research with an okay by the federal government. Unfortunately, the University of […]

Newspapers Love to Leave Out Other Substances When Reporting on Cannabis

Newspapers Love to Leave Out Other Substances When Reporting on Cannabis

A little skepticism is healthy for anyone trying to discern what is true and not in the modern news cycle. Many major news organizations are prone to repeating what they see published elsewhere without verifying the details. More importantly, the rise of mobile internet culture, as opposed to desktop internet culture, has lent itself to […]

New PA Law Protects the Victims of Sexual Assault

New PA Law Protects the Victims of Sexual Assault

On Monday, July 15th, 2019, the governor of Pennsylvania signed multiple acts into law. That’s barely news, since it’s a basic part of the state’s legislative process. However, the content of those bills is something that we should all pay attention to. Many of these new pieces of legislation were created with the specific intention […]

Survey Shows People Use Cannabis Mostly for Sleep and Pain Relief

Survey Shows People Use Cannabis Mostly for Sleep and Pain Relief

According to a recently released poll of people in Colorado buying cannabis at adult retail shops, the two most common reasons that people turn to this popular plant are for pain management and sleep issues. Roughly 65% reported using it for pain, while 74%, some of which overlapped obviously, wanted it for help with sleep. […]

Hawaii Just Decriminalized Cannabis Possession

Hawaii Just Decriminalized Cannabis Possession

It’s official! The bill recently passed by Hawaiian legislators decriminalizing small amounts of cannabis, HB 1383, will go into effect as law on January 11th, 2020. Tuesday, July 9th, 2019 was the deadline for the Hawaiian governor to take steps to either sign or veto the bill that would decriminalize cannabis. As he did neither, […]

States With Full Legalization See Teen Cannabis Use Drop 8%

States With Full Legalization See Teen Cannabis Use Drop 8%

Research published just today affirms what we have been saying here at Ladybud for some time. Teenagers use cannabis less when the stigma surrounding cannabis from prohibition goes away and they see their parents and grandparents enjoying the plant. Not only does it play less into teenage rebellion when it’s legal, but it is also […]

Texas Lawmakers Redefined Cannabis, Causing Prosecutors Problems

Texas Lawmakers Redefined Cannabis, Causing Prosecutors Problems

Thanks in part to the increasing interest in CBD products, many businesses have been eager to profit off of non-psychoactive cannabis. Their interest has certainly expanded beyond states with recreational and comprehensive medical cannabis programs. Many companies are now selling CBD in all 50 states. However, businesses and CBD users alike have run into a […]