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UFC Decides Marijuana No Longer Violates Anti-Doping Rules

Under the new policy, MMA fighters will no longer be penalized for off-duty cannabis use.

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Under the new policy, MMA fighters will no longer be penalized for off-duty cannabis use.

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Super Bowl Champ Marshawn Lynch Launches Line Of ‘Diamond Concentrate Infused’ Blunts With Assist From Toronto Company

The blunts contain THCA crystalline ‘diamonds,’ a cannabis concentrate. Marshawn Lynch’s latest venture is ‘Dodi Blunts,’ a new line of cannabis products that will be available in Oakland next month. Packed in slow-burning palm leaf wraps, the blunts a…

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The blunts contain THCA crystalline ‘diamonds,’ a cannabis concentrate. Marshawn Lynch’s latest venture is ‘Dodi Blunts,’ a new line of cannabis products that will be available in Oakland next month. Packed in slow-burning palm leaf wraps, the blunts are infused with THCA crystalline ‘diamonds,’ a cannabis concentrate. – Read the entire article at Edmonton Journal.

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David Beckham Buys Stake In Firm That Uses Cannabis In Its Skincare Products

The ex-England skipper, 45, has bought a stake in Cellular Goods as it looks to float on the stock market. His mate David Gardner — who oversees Beckham’s businesses and investments via DB Ventures — has joined the firm’s board as non-executive directo…

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The ex-England skipper, 45, has bought a stake in Cellular Goods as it looks to float on the stock market. His mate David Gardner — who oversees Beckham’s businesses and investments via DB Ventures — has joined the firm’s board as non-executive director. Cellular likes to blend it like Beckham by adding lab-produced compounds of cannabis to make skincare and athletic recovery products. – Read the entire article at The Scottish Sun.

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UFC Won’t Punish Fighters For Cannabis Use In Policy Change

The UFC will no longer punish fighters for using marijuana in most cases, making a major change to its anti-doping policy. The world’s largest mixed martial arts promotion confirmed Thursday that it will no longer worry about positive tests for carboxy…

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The UFC will no longer punish fighters for using marijuana in most cases, making a major change to its anti-doping policy. The world’s largest mixed martial arts promotion confirmed Thursday that it will no longer worry about positive tests for carboxy-THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, unless it believes a fighter used it intentionally to enhance performance. All other cannabinoids derived naturally from marijuana are no longer prohibited substances, said Jeff Novitzky, the UFC’s senior…

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