DEA Sued Over Delays To Open Records For Psychedelics And Cannabis


By Joana Scopel The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been sued over a failure to reply in due time to requests for psychedelics and cannabis records, reported Marijuana Moment. This new suit centers on the DEA’s alleged “unlawful plan of delaying responses to Freedom of Info Act (FOIA) requests, precisely pertaining to psychedelics and cannabis paperwork that advocates say they’ve sought for authorized […]

DEA Reports Uptick In Marijuana-Related Seizures & Arrests: Why Is This Happening? NORML Has An Idea


By Nicolás Jose Rodriguez Federal law enforcement brokers and their partners seized above 5.5 million cultivated cannabis crops and made much more than 6,600 cannabis-connected arrests in 2021, according to annual data compiled by the DEA, reported the National Corporation for the Reform of Cannabis Guidelines (NORML). According to figures posted in the DEA’s Domestic Hashish Eradication/Suppression Software Statistical Report, […]

DEA Delays Production Of Marijuana Drug As Potential Treatment For MS And Huntington’s Disease


By Nina Zdinjak MMJ International Holdings, in collaboration with a specialty pharmaceutical options company, has been production gelatin capsule medications dependent on compounds discovered in cannabis. The company will investigate these in clinical trials as likely treatment options for many sclerosis (MS) and Huntington’s disease (Hd). The Providens, Rhode Island-dependent health care hashish investigate company had entered into a offer agreement […]

How The DEA Is Helping Parents Decode Emojis Used To Discuss Drugs


As a approach of battling back again towards overdose fatalities, the DEA just lately began the “One Tablet Can Kill” campaign. The driving supply of enthusiasm driving the new marketing campaign is to present an option for the media, moms and dads, lecturers, educators, and group organizations to increase recognition about counterfeit prescription medicines. As […]

DEA Presents Emoji Explanations for ‘One Pill Can Kill’ Campaign


In a campaign to teach dad and mom on the emoji discussions of their little ones in regards to drug use, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has created a legend for parental reference. On December 16, the DEA held a push conference that includes DEA Administrator Anne Milgram, who reviewed the potential risks of illegal […]

DEA Raises Production Levels For Psychedelics, Deschedules Cocaine-Derived Drug — Could Cannabis Be Next?


By Nina Zdinjak The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) raised lawful creation quotas for unlawful Routine I medicine like psilocybin, MDMA and DMT…again. The agency very first established its first targets for psychedelics to be developed for research things to do in the U.S. previously this yr, and then raised those people numbered in September, opening […]

Doctor Sues DEA for Right to Give Psilocybin to Ailing Patients


Dr. Sunil Aggarwal Study into the use of psychedelics to handle PTSD, melancholy, addictions, and other situations is speedily getting momentum. At the forefront of this hard work are quite a few prestigious healthcare and instructional establishments, such as Johns Hopkins College, New York College Langone Professional medical Middle, and Mount Sinai University of Drugs […]

5 Reasons hemp companies should embrace DEA testing requirements


(Editor’s take note: This story is aspect of a recurring series of commentaries from professionals connected to the hemp market. Roger Brown is CEO and founder of ACS Laboratory in Solar Metropolis Centre, Florida.) The remaining nationwide hemp procedures having effect Monday are more friendly to farmers for the reason that they raise the THC […]