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BlueOcean NutraSciences Could be a part of your morning routine

When I woke up this morning, I did my regular morning routine…  Brewed some coffee and while I was waiting I washed down a few Pills with a glass of water.  These Pills? A Multi-Vitamin and an Omega ... Read More

High-tech marijuana vending machines coming to Vancouver

– By Financial Press Vancouver-headquartered Kaneh Bosm (KBB-CNSX) will take delivery of two marijuana vending machines in late April 2015. “The BioCanna ADM is similar to the Best Buy kiosks that you see in airports,” explains Kaneh ... Read More

U.S. Asthma Costs Reach $18 Billion

OxySure U.S. Medical Oxygen Device Sales Increase 83% in 2014 By Financial Press According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 25 million Americans suffer from asthma (8% of adults, 9% of children). The disease accounts ... Read More

Baby Boomers Spend Billions to Stay Young

Abattis Bioceuticals Signs $25 Million Deal with Dutchess Fund — By Financial Press According to New York based Transparency Market Research the global nutraceuticals market will reach $204 billion by 2017 – fueled by health obsessed baby-boomers ... Read More

“Operation Weed Be Gone”

  Hilary Bricken posted on March 2, 2015 in Business Basics,Employment and Labor,Federal law and policy,Legal Issues a story titled: “Marijuana Law Myths. Not Everything Changes With Legalization”   In early 2104 she and Harris Law Group ... Read More

Associated Cannabis Strains to Go Public

by Alex S. Gabor Exclusive to FinancialPress.com. Syndication by Alex S. Gabor Syndicate. All World Rights Reserved! Alex S. Gabor & Associates Investment Advisors to the Infinite Freedom Foundations has agreed to act as bookrunner and underwriter ... Read More

AMERICAN INDIANS TO RECEIVE ZERO INTEREST LOANS TO FUND BUSINESS OPERATIONS ON NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBAL LANDS

In December 2014, the federal government announced it would not intervene against Native American Tribes that allow for regulated cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution of cannabis on tribal lands.   Since that announcement, a huge number of tribes, ... Read More

Georgia Bank Receives Notice of Suit Pending for Polluting Soap Lake

The American Bank Activities Reform Commission has filed a notice of pending litigation with the attorney for Metro City Bank of Georgia.   The complaint alleges that the prior owner of the property hired unqualified people to ... Read More

Pot Gains Political Power to Prohibit Prohibition

Two congressmen filed two separate House bills last week that together would legalize, regulate and tax marijuana at the federal level, effectively ending the U.S. government’s failed war on the plant. The Reefer Madness is over, now its just a ... Read More

COALITIONS FOR CANNABIS CALL ON CAPITOL HILL FOR CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION AND NATIONAL HEARINGS

Awash in Soap Lake Productions has announced the planning and release of a, “Documentary Film Written, Directed and Produced by Alex S. Gabor Co-Founder of the Infinite Freedom Foundations”. Copyright © 2015 By Alex S. Gabor® Global ... Read More

New invention aims to provide convenience and comfort for those living with diabetes

Diabetes   New invention aims to provide convenience and comfort for those living with diabetes — The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) expects the number of people living with diabetes to rise from 387 million in 2014 to ... Read More

Soap Lake Sewage Causes Environmental Investigation

The National Response Center Headquarters (1-800-424-8802) received a report on February 7th, 2015 from a local retired federal worker about an unknown amount of sewage that was discharged onto the ground in Soap Lake Washington. The incident ... Read More

Diabetes Spending Doubles in 20 Years

M Pharmaceutical ‘Mosquito’ Automates Conventional Blood Sampling –By Financial Press According to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the cost of managing diabetes has doubled in the past 20 years. In ... Read More

OxySure (OXYS) Signs Exclusive Contract with Cliff Meidl, Two-time Olympian and Team USA Olympic Flag Bearer

Meidl to be Spokesman and Health & Safety Ambassador for OxySure— FRISCO, Texas, United States, December 17, 2014 – OxySure Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: OXYS) (“OxySure,” or the “Company”), a medical device innovator of life-saving, easy-to-use emergency oxygen ... Read More

HOW TO BECOME A BILLIONAIRE DRUG TRAFFICKER – LEGALLY

Kaneh Bosm BioTechnology is pursuing near term revenues –  ArcView Group Market Research, a San Francisco-based Cannabis investment research firm, forecasts a 64 percent surge in the legal US cannabis market to $2.34 billion, from initial estimates ... Read More

Is HempOmega™ the New Coconut Water?

Omega nutritional market arguably the largest supplement market category in the world – Naturally Splendid Develops HempOmega™ Superfood Line – In the last decade, sales of coconut water have gone from zero to over $1 billion USD, ... Read More

Cannabinoids Create Log Jam at U.S. Patent Office

GeoNovus Launches Innovative Cannabinoid Initiative in Uruguay – There are 5,000 pending patents on different cannabinoid compounds at the U.S. Patent Office – most of them registered by Pharmaceutical companies who are intending to commercialise the naturally ... Read More

Seattle Grandmother Makes History With Legal Marijuana

This story has so many hotpoints bu the the simple reason that I’m writing about this today is that she was such a supporter and wanted to show the world that Medical Marijuana helped her through the ... Read More

‘Grey Tsunami’ Creates Surge in Physiotherapy Growth

Agility Health Consolidates a Profitable but Fragmented Industry – David Cole (54), a Seattle businessman, still plays competitive soccer and that is taking a toll on his body. “In the last three year years I’ve torn a ... Read More

Seattle Grandmother Makes History With Legal Marijuana

Prescient Mining Purchases Advanced Stage Medical Marijuana Company The first recreation marijuana sold in Seattle is being donated to the city’s Museum of History and Industry, by Deb Greene, a 65-year old grandmother who lined up all ... Read More