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Cannabiz Premium membership platform enables the team to "continue to deliver independent journalism and thought leadership to fuel the industry’s growth." Although some content on the site remains free, Premium membership is needed to access breaking news alerts, in-depth analysis, opinion pieces, market intelligence reports and to watch its Green Room video content.
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Launched in July 2020, Cannabiz is a media platform dedicated to the growth of Australia’s legal cannabis industry.
Cannabiz informs, educates and connects the sector through its website, weekly industry newsletter, market intelligence, industry reports, networking events and business consulting services.
Cannabiz founders Martin Lane and Kim McKay and the Cannabiz team are dedicated to supporting Australia’s growth in the global legal cannabis market.
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By Martin Lane, 1st June 2021
Researchers at the University of New Mexico (UNM) have found 96% of people using cannabis to treat nausea experience relief within an hour.
The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, drew on data from 886 people self-administering cannabis 2,220 times and recording it via the Releaf tracking app.
It examined the effects of cannabis on nausea symptoms from five minutes to one hour after consumption and found it resulted in an average symptom improvement of nearly four points on a 0 to 10 scale soon after use, with increasing benefits over time.
By Martin Lane, 27 May 2021
The campaign to change drug driving laws which penalise medicinal cannabis patients received a boost last night after deputy speaker Llew O'Briien rallied to the cause in federal parliament.
O'Brien, the Liberal National member for Wide Bay, Queensland, told MPs wjhile as a former police officer he understood the devastation that driving while impaired by drugs has on the community, the current laws around medicinal cannabis are not fit for purpose.