Education
U.K. Researchers Launch Study Exploring Weed’s Effects on the Brain
A new study to be completed by researchers in the United Kingdom will explore how cannabis affects the human brain.
Nov 18, 2022
Health
Senate Sends Marijuana Research Bill To Biden’s Desk
U.S. Senate approved House-passed bipartisan cannabis research bill on Wednesday. It marks the first time a standalone piece of marijuana reform legislation has ever been sent to the president’s desk.
Nov 17, 2022
Kyle Jaeger
Education
10 must-read weed and psychedelics books
It’s National Book Month! Yes, that’s right, a whole month dedicated to one of the greatest, most time-honored activities – reading! It’s the perfect excuse to crack open the pages of a new book and learn something new about cannabis or psychedelics. Below, discover ten of the best books for weed and psychedelics lovers over the last decade.
Oct 24, 2022
sports
NBA won't test players
NBA Won’t Test Players For Marijuana For Third Season In A Row. For the third season in a row, the National Basketball Association (NBA) will reportedly not be randomly testing players for marijuana—a policy that insiders expect could become permanent.
Oct 19, 2022
Kyle Jaeger
sports
Charlotte’s Web To Be ‘Official CBD of MLB’
Major League Baseball has signed a CBD company to serve as the league’s first-ever cannabis sponsor—with plans to promote the business at the upcoming World Series. Charlotte’s Web Holdings, one of the most recognizable hemp-derived CBD brands in the country, signed the deal with league to become the “Official CBD of MLB,” Sports Business Journal first reported on Tuesday.
Oct 19, 2022
Kyle Jaeger
News
Biden overhauls U.S. policy on marijuana, pardons prior federal offenses
President Joe Biden took steps to overhaul U.S. policy on marijuana on Thursday by pardoning thousands of people with federal offenses for simple marijuana possession and initiating a review of how the drug is classified.
Oct 10, 2022
News
Hawaii Officials Weigh Pardons For People Convicted Of Minor Marijuana Crimes
If Gov. David Ige follows President Joe Biden’s lead and pardons people in Hawaii convicted of minor marijuana crimes, he could clear the criminal records of many who have been denied opportunities due to having a drug conviction hanging over their heads, according to Honolulu Prosecutor Steve Alm.
Oct 10, 2022
News
Have you seen Cure Oahu in the news lately?
Check out these recent stories that feature the opening of our Kapolei location!
Feb 11, 2022
Cure Oahu
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