420 with CNW – Study Finds Marijuana Makes Women Have Better Sex

For as long as marijuana has been used recreationally, there have been anecdotal reports among the women who enjoy cannabis that it spices things up in the bedroom. Heck, there are even THC infused lubricants on the market that promise increased arousal and better orgasms, but do they really work? Or is it a placebo effect, where it seems to work because you want it to work, or is there any truth behind these claims?

A growing body of research indicates that there is indeed a correlation between cannabis and sex, even though the science behind it is still a little fuzzy. A recent study that was published last week in the Journal Science Medicine asked women who used cannabis about their sexual experiences, and the researchers found that more frequent cannabis use was associated with heightened arousal, stronger orgasms, and greater sexual satisfaction in general.

“Our results demonstrate that increasing frequency of cannabis use is associated with improved sexual function and is associated with increased satisfaction, orgasm and sexual desire,” says the study authors. The team of researchers asked 452 women about their cannabis use and asked them to fill out a Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI), which is a questionnaire designed to assess sexual function over the past four weeks. The questionnaire scored desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, satisfaction and pain.

“To our knowledge, this study is the first to use a validated questionnaire to assess the association between female sexual function and aspects of cannabis use including frequency, chemovar and indication.” A higher FSFI score usually denotes better sexual function while a lower score indicates sexual dysfunction and as the researchers analyzed the survey results, they determined that more frequent cannabis consumption was associated with lower rates of sexual dysfunction.

Respondents who had higher FSFI scores used cannabis more frequently, and they also had a higher specific FSFI subdomain score, indicating greater arousal and better orgasms. The study also found that frequent cannabis consumption led to low levels of sex-related pain. However, the researchers couldn’t determine which marijuana products worked best for sexual stimulation.

“Our study did not find an association between cannabis chemovar, (for example THC vs. CBD, reason for cannabis use) and female sexual function. Neither the method of consumption nor the type of cannabis consumed seemed to impact sexual function.

Analysts think that the results of this study may not have come as a surprise to companies like The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (NASDAQ: WTER) (CSE: WTER) who have always believed that scientists still have a long way to go before the full benefits of cannabis are documented.

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420 with CNW – 4 Tips for Choosing the Best Marijuana Genetics

No one can blame you for wanting to jump right into the cannabis industry. Still pretty young, the industry is projected to be worth $73 billion by 2027, and hundreds of businesses want a piece of the cake. If you’re a complete beginner looking to make a name for yourself as a grower, your first priority is to find the best marijuana genetics. However, that’s no easy task, especially in an industry that’s only a few years old and barely has any standardized regulations.

For starters, make sure you do plenty of research. Marijuana is probably one of the most genetically diverse plants out there. It took award-winning cannabis breeder Mean Gene years to know “what is what” when it comes to cannabis genetics, and his advice to beginners is to seek advice from someone who’s had experience growing marijuana. There’s no standard manual for how to cater to different genetics, so it pays to get insight from someone who has had the first-hand experience. At massive seed purchasing events like the Emerald Cup, Gene recommends standing in line and getting other people’s feedback.

Pay heed to the generation of the seeds. Usually, breeders work to find the optimal version of a strain they’ve created by stabilizing the genetics through the subsequent generations. If you’re looking for a strain with a history of consistent results, look for later generations, rather than 1st generation genetics, such as Mean Gene’s Pop Kush F3.

Grow seeds most suitable for your area. Despite its rather quick growing time, farming cannabis can be quite troublesome. The best way to ensure the plants grow healthy is to find genetics that have been bred for the area you will farm in. The genetics will be best adapted to environmental factors like climate and soil. As Nikki Lastreto, one of the brains behind Swami Select says, choosing genetics means finding the seeds bred in your area.

Accept the results. At the end of the day, those seeds are in the ground and once they do, you lose any control you had. While you can ensure the plant is adequately nourished and protected as it grows, how it turns out will largely depend on the genetics you chose. Cannabis is especially tricky as a single plant has both male and female genders, so their final genders will be a surprise to you. Although some companies sell feminized seeds that produce pollen sacks instead of flowers and then pollinate the female plant with the female pollen, Lastreto says she prefers being surprised by unfeminized seeds.

“You have to accept that when you’re growing from seed, you don’t know what you’re going to get.” That thrill of the journey is probably what enticed companies like VIVO Cannabis Inc. (TSX.V: VIVO) (OTCQX: VVCIF) into the sector, plus the desire to use this plant to make a contribution to people’s lives.

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420 with CNW – Almost 70% New Jersey Voters Support Pot Legalization

Last December, the New Jersey Senate approved a resolution that would put a referendum on legalizing marijuana on this year’s November ballot. Although certain lawmakers had pegged their hopes on legalizing cannabis legislatively, numerous disagreements over the specifics of the bill made it impossible, forcing them to put the question of broad cannabis reform onto the voters. A recent survey conducted by DKC Analytics and released on Tuesday has found that a supermajority of New Jersey voters is in support of the measure.

The poll involved phone interviews with 500 New Jersey likely voters from July 7 to 12, and 68% of the respondents said they backed the policy change, a 7% increase compared to a separate poll on cannabis reform released in April. 78.5% of the Democrats polled supported legalizing cannabis, with 57% of Republicans and 63% of Independents also in favor of cannabis reform. 70% of the respondents said they feel a regulated cannabis program would hurt the black market, 61% said legalization would ensure the products being sold were safer, and 60% said that decriminalizing cannabis would save taxpayer dollars that would otherwise go to law enforcement.

Additionally, 57% of the respondents said legalization would stimulate the economy and create jobs while 43% felt that cannabis is safer than alcohol. On the other hand, those against legalization were concerned about folks driving while impaired (38%), increased youth access to cannabis (27%), and cannabis serving as a gateway drug (24%).

On whether individual jurisdictions should be able to ban marijuana businesses, 44% of the respondents were in support while 44% said they shouldn’t. 71% of the respondents said cannabis consumption should be on private property while 68% supported expunging the records of individuals with prior low-level marijuana convictions. 68% of the respondents also said that tax revenue from cannabis sales should go toward drug education and awareness programs.

“The polling results confirmed our belief that there is overwhelming support for the creation of a regulated, adult-use cannabis marketplace in New Jersey,” says John Fanburg, an attorney at Brach Eichler, which commissioned the survey. “Respondents supported it because it will create tremendous opportunity. It will create vitally needed new business, the state will receive significant tax revenues and illegal sales will be dramatically reduced, if not eliminated. Voters see this as a win for everyone.”

Charles Gormally, also of Brach Eichler, states that decriminalizing cannabis will go a long way in reversing the damage done by the war on drugs on certain communities. “The strong level of support for correcting this decades-old inequality, especially in the context of recent protests of inherent racial bias in law enforcement, should be well noted by our legislators who will be taxed with correcting this unfortunate consequence of the failed policy of prohibition.”

Experts believe that the results of this poll may not have come as a surprise to sector players like Sugarmade, Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD) who have seen how much public opinion has shifted in favor of ending prohibition.

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CannabisNewsBreaks – The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (CSE: WTER) (NASDAQ: WTER) to Present to Global Investors at August 3-6 Virtual Conference

The Alkaline Water Company (CSE: WTER) (NASDAQ: WTER), a producer of premium bottled alkaline and flavored-infused waters and CBD-infused products, is among 49 SmallCap, MicroCap and NanoCap public companies that will present to a global investor audience at the SNN Network Virtual Conference on August 3-6, 2020. A keynote presentation by world-renowned investor and bestseller author, Jim O’Shaughnessy, chairman and co-chief investment officer, portfolio manager of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, will start the event. Interested parties may attend and participate in the SNN Network Virtual Conference by registering at http://cnw.fm/rbw7k.

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Founded in 2012, The Alkaline Water Company is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Its flagship product, Alkaline88(R), is a leading premier alkaline water brand available in bulk and single-serve sizes along with eco-friendly aluminum packaging options. With its innovative, state-of-the-art proprietary electrolysis process, Alkaline88(R) delivers perfect 8.8 pH balanced alkaline drinking water with trace minerals and electrolytes and boasts its trademarked label “Clean Beverage.” Quickly being recognized as a growing lifestyle brand, Alkaline88(R) launched A88 Infused(TM) in 2019 to meet consumer demand for flavor-infused products. A88 Infused(TM) flavored water is available in seven unique all-natural flavors, with new flavors coming soon. Additionally, in 2020, the company launched A88 Infused Beverage Division Inc., which includes the company’s CBD water and flavor-infused water. For the company’s topical and ingestible offerings, A88 Infused Products includes both the company’s lab-tested full-spectrum hemp salves, balms, lotions, essential oils, and bath salts, along with broad-spectrum hemp beverage shots, powder packs, oil tinctures, capsules, and gummies. To purchase A88CBD(TM) products online, visit www.A88CBD.com. To learn more about The Alkaline Water Company, visit www.TheAlkalineWaterCo.com.

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CannabisNewsBreaks – Cannabis Global, Inc. (CBGL) Announces FINRA-Approved Name and Symbol Change

Cannabis Global (OTC: CBGL), formerly known as MCTC Holdings, Inc. (OTC: MCTC), dba Cannabis Global Inc., a cannabinoid and hemp extract science forward company developing infusion and delivery technologies, today informed its investors and the marketplace that its corporate identity change is now complete. According to the update, FINRA approved the company’s corporate action changing its name from MCTC Holdings, Inc. to Cannabis Global, Inc., as well as the corresponding change of its trading symbol to CBGL. “We have come a long way in only one year,” Cannabis Global CEO Arman Tabatabaei said in the news release. “During this year we have reorganized the company, instituted a robust cannabinoid-oriented R&D program, filed six provisional patents on the developed technologies, all while developing a host of consumer and industry products utilizing the inventions. We are very pleased to announce our corporate name change to Cannabis Global, Inc., and the new CBGL trading symbol.”

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Cannabis Global, formerly known as MCTC Holdings, Inc., is a fully audited and reporting company with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, trading with the stock symbol CBGL. The company is an emerging force in the area of cannabinoid sciences and highly bioavailable hemp and cannabis infusion technologies. The company does not engage in the production, distribution, or sales of any controlled substances, including marijuana. The company has an actively growing portfolio of intellectual property having filed six patents in the areas of cannabinoid delivery systems and cannabinoid polymeric nanoparticles. The company markets its consumer products under the Hemp You Can Feel brand name. Cannabis Global launched its Project Varin early in 2020 to develop new delivery methods for rare cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC-V) and to develop products based on this cannabinoid. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CannabisGlobalInc.com.

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The 2020 Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference In Detroit Will Be Moving Online

Due to continuing concerns surrounding COVID-19, Benzinga will be bringing its Cannabis Capital Conference online. Originally scheduled to take place in Detroit, this conference will focus on carefully vetted companies in the emerging Michigan market.

The event, set to take place on Tuesday, August 18, 2020, will serve as a meeting place for cannabis investors, entrepreneurs, and leaders in the cannabis industry.

Attendees can look forward to round table discussions and panels with top cannabis entrepreneurs, keynote quick fires, and investor presentations. The main aim of the Cannabis Capital Conference is to foster connections within the cannabis industry and create new and exciting opportunities.

The previous Virtual Cannabis Capital Conference featured presentations from companies such as Columbia Care Inc (OTC: CCHWF), KushCo Holdings Inc (OTC: KSHB), Trulieve Cannabis (OTC: TCNNF), Valens Groworks Corp (OTC: VLNCF), MariMed Inc (OTC: MRMD), among many others.

“We found the event, the turnout, and the content to be of amazing high quality and well worth our time,” said Rod Weiss, Vice President of Operations at BlueSky Organics. “Both myself and our CEO Mary Horvatincic found [the] June 1st event and [Benzinga’s] personal moderation of videos to be highly professional.”

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420 with CNW – Nebraska Medical Cannabis Advocates Just a Step Away from Seeing Their Initiative on the Ballot

Several states had plans to legalize cannabis at the start of this year, but 2020 threw a curveball that absolutely no one expected. With self-isolation and social distancing orders in place, signature collection efforts became quite difficult, and states like New York and Florida have had to postpone legalization to next year and beyond. In Nebraska, cannabis legalization activists had to collect at least 122,000 signatures to get medical marijuana on the November ballot and they more than delivered.

The group, Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana, initially suspended its signature collection efforts when the coronavirus broke out, but the campaign relaunched its efforts later in May with new social distancing safety protocols. By the July 8 deadline, the group had managed to collect a total of 182,000 signatures from all 93 counties in the state. If approved, the measure will allow doctors to recommend cannabis to patients suffering from certain debilitating medical conditions, and they will also be allowed to purchase, possess, and discreetly cultivate marijuana for their personal use.

“Families with loved ones suffering from conditions like epilepsy, PTSD, and cancer have fought for years to make medical cannabis safely accessible. Today represents a huge step forward for thousands of Nebraskans who deserve compassion,” Democratic Senator Anna Wishart, co-chair of the Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana, said at the time. “We’re confident that we’ve met the requirements for ballot qualification, and after seeing the outpouring of support for our petition, we’re even more confident that Nebraska voters will approve this initiative in November.”

Barry Rubin, president of the Heartland Strategy Group, which spearheaded the signature collection efforts, says that it was a “herculean effort” that overcame tremendous challenges, including a pandemic that severely impacted their ability to collect signatures on the original timeline. “But the dedication of our petition circulators, along with the passionate support for this issue from Nebraskans of all backgrounds propelled us forward,” he says.

However, before the measure makes it onto the November ballot, state officials will have to make sure the collected signatures are valid. For an initiative to qualify for the ballot in Nebraska, the number of valid signatures must reach at least 10% (121,669) of the total registered voters and represent 5% or more of the voters in at least 38 counties across the state. State officials are expected to determine whether the measure qualifies for ballot by mid-August.

The successful conclusion of the signature-gathering process is a development that industry actors like Pure Extracts Corp. are likely to applaud since it shows that the sector is moving forward despite the prevailing hardships.

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420 with CNW – Senators Urge USDA to Loosen Restrictive Hemp Rules

Two Senators from Oregon have written to the USDA asking the agency to make some adjustments to the interim hemp final rule before they are finalized. The letter, written on Wednesday, was signed by Sens. Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden. Both are Democrats from Oregon.

The two lawmakers were particularly concerned about two regulations which the regulator had suspended temporarily but has intentions of reinstating. The first has to do with requiring all hemp farmers to have their crops tested only at labs certified by the Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”).

Previously, there had been an outcry about the shortage of DEA-registered labs across the country, and that feedback prompted the USDA to suspend this particular regulation for a while. The Senators are concerned that the USDA recently published a list of approved hemp testing labs, and all of them are certified by the DEA. However, none of them is located within Oregon, and that means that the implementation of the requirement to use only DEA-certified labs will impose added costs and inconveniences to Oregon farmers since they will have no choice but to ship samples out of state for testing. The lawmakers are therefore calling on the USDA to drop this particular rule altogether.

The second regulation that the Senators have issues with is the stipulation that any “hot hemp” (hemp whose THC concentration is found to exceed the federally imposed limit) should be destroyed under the supervision of the DEA.

The Senators say that since the DEA wasn’t involved during the testing and destruction of hot hemp under the 2014 Farm Bill (which established pilot programs), there is no need for the agency to be in charge of destroying non-compliant hemp.

The lawmakers suggest that the USDA revises its rules to allow farmers to dispose of hot hemp in a way that is in line with agricultural practices and enriches the soil’s health. For example, farmers can compost the hot hemp and use it to fertilize their land. The farmers can also use disking to boost soil health using the rejected crop.

The two Senators also mentioned other changes that they would like the federal regulator to implement in order to create a suitable regulatory framework for the hemp industry.

For example, the Senators recommend that the threshold for the legally accepted THC limit be lifted from the current 0.5% to at least 1%. That threshold marks the level at which a farmer can be prosecuted for growing marijuana, and it shouldn’t be confused with the 0.3% THC content which is acceptable in hemp-derived products. This change may be a tough one to make since Secretary Sonny Perdue admitted that the restrictive threshold was the result of the DEA’s adamant position on the matter. Analysts say sector players like The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (NASDAQ: WTER) (CSE: WTER) are all hoping that the USDA pays close attention to the comments it received and makes changes which will not throttle the young industry.

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HempNewsBreaks – Hemptown Organics Corp. Featured on PPLive ProCapital

Hemptown Organics was featured on PPLive ProCapital, where the company’s CEO, Eric Gripentrog, presented Hemptown’s pitch for the hemp session. “Prohibition Partners actually projects the global legal cannabis market to be worth up to $104 billion by 2024,” Gripentrog stated. “These are staggering numbers with exponential growth every year, and we would like you to join our organization, which will ultimately become the global leader in this fast-growing industry… Our vision is to be the leading and the most innovative cannabinoid company within the industry with a mission of being fully integrated, which would include genetics, cultivation, processing, manufacturing, fulfillment, and brands.”

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Hemptown is growing some of the finest hemp in the world to meet the global demand for cannabinoid-based products. State-of-the-art cultivation, product manufacturing capability and a strong leadership team are the pillars for Hemptown’s growth model as the Company pushes into the consumer packaged goods sectors with top quality white label and branded product lines for the consumer market. Hemptown’s fully operational (FDA-licensed and cGMP certified) nutraceutical manufacturing facility in Oregon gives the Company a strong leadership position in a global market that continues to grow exponentially. For more information, visit www.HemptownUSA.com.

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CannabisNewsBreaks – The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (CSE: WTER) (NASDAQ: WTER) to Present at the SNN Network Virtual Investor Conference

The Alkaline Water Company (CSE: WTER) (NASDAQ: WTER), a producer of premium bottled alkaline and flavored-infused waters and CBD-infused products, today announced that it will present at the SNN Network Virtual Investor Conference at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, August 5, 2020. According to the update, the company’s president and CEO, Ricky Wright, will host the presentation and answer questions from investors. Interested parties may register for the virtual event by visiting http://cnw.fm/gueqi.

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About The Alkaline Water Company

Founded in 2012, The Alkaline Water Company is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Its flagship product, Alkaline88(R), is a leading premier alkaline water brand available in bulk and single-serve sizes along with eco-friendly aluminum packaging options. With its innovative, state-of-the-art proprietary electrolysis process, Alkaline88(R) delivers perfect 8.8 pH balanced alkaline drinking water with trace minerals and electrolytes and boasts its trademarked label “Clean Beverage.” Quickly being recognized as a growing lifestyle brand, Alkaline88(R) launched A88 Infused(TM) in 2019 to meet consumer demand for flavor-infused products. A88 Infused(TM) flavored water is available in seven unique all-natural flavors, with new flavors coming soon. Additionally, in 2020, the company launched A88 Infused Beverage Division Inc., which includes the company’s CBD water and flavor-infused water. For the company’s topical and ingestible offerings, A88 Infused Products includes both the company’s lab-tested full-spectrum hemp salves, balms, lotions, essential oils, and bath salts, along with broad-spectrum hemp beverage shots, powder packs, oil tinctures, capsules, and gummies. To purchase A88CBD(TM) products online, visit www.A88CBD.com. To learn more about The Alkaline Water Company, visit www.TheAlkalineWaterCo.com.

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