The question of Delta 8’s legality has been on the minds of business owners and consumers alike. Following months of shipping bands and police raids, the issue has been decided in Federal Court.
In this video, we discuss the implications of the court’s ruling and what that means for other cannabinoids.
We also cover the most recent announcements coming from the Mississippi Department of Health about the rules for cannabis business applicants.
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Effects of Cannabis on Nausea and Vomiting
Several studies have examined the effectiveness of cannabis for nausea and vomiting. Nabilone, a cannabis-based medicine, has been licensed for treatment of severe chemotherapy nausea. Researchers are also investigating the effects of Sativex, a cannabis-based medicine, for the treatment of multiple sclerosis muscle spasticity. Cannabis can be ingested, smoked, vaporized, or consumed in other ways. However, the research on the effects of cannabis on nausea and vomiting is not conclusive.