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The Legalities


With some regret back on May 10th 2018, we (as did many Michigan hemp businesses) in order to stay within state law; felt compelled to announce to our customers, that due to a recent clarification (click here to read) by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. We had to temporarily cease possession, sales and production of all of our Federally legal products. For Ultimate Potcorn it was our leaded version (Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Infused) flavored microwavable popcorn.

Since then.... Time has passed and it has come to our attention via the Lawyers at the Hemp Round Table, who are working with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs and the Federal government. That even though recently the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs announced that it considered hemp and any product containing hemp the same as marijuana and Illegal unless licensed under the Michigan Medical Marijuana laws. The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs has come forward and said it is postponing any likely enforcement on a state level.

Since federally it is and has been legal (under the Farm act of 2014) and more importantly...that we at Ultimate Potcorn are now confident that the state of Michigan has decided and finally made known publicly. That they are not pursuing any enforcement actions regarding hemp and retail products containing hemp.

We at Ultimate Potcorn are happy to announce that we are bringing back to market our Leaded (Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Infused ) version of our awesome flavored microwavable popcorn.

7 Awesome flavors to choose from....

Bangin Butter
Gonzo Garlic
Hot Mess
Dopey Dill
Loaded Potato

Crazy Caramel
Fried Chicken Skin

Stay tuned for updates regarding our leaded and unleaded versions. As new permanent pro- hemp laws are expected on a state and federal level, over the next couple of months. And of course...we are always coming out with new deliciously mind blowing flavors!


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The Founders

Therapeutic potential of cannabinoid receptor ligands
Potential therapeutic uses of cannabinoid receptor agonists include the management of multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, pain, inflammatory disorders, glaucoma, bronchial asthma, vasodilatation that accompanies advanced cirrhosis, and cancer.

Cannabinoids for neuropathic pain.
Exogenous cannabinoids have been demonstrated to be effective in a range of experimental neuropathic pain models, and there is mounting evidence for therapeutic use in human neuropathic pain conditions.This article reviews the history, pharmacologic development, clinical trials results, and the future potential of nonsmoked, orally bioavailable, nonpsychoactive cannabinoids in the management of neuropathic pain.

The Endocannabinoid System, Cannabinoids, and Pain
Phytocannabinoids in combination, especially cannabidiol and β-caryophyllene, delivered by the oral route appear to be promising candidates for the treatment of chronic pain due to their high safety and low adverse effects profiles. This review will provide the reader with the foundational basic and clinical science linking the endocannabinoid system and the phytocannabinoids with their potentially therapeutic role in the management of chronic pain.

Cannabidiol: State of the art and new challenges for therapeutic applications.
Over the past years, several lines of evidence support a therapeutic potential of Cannabis derivatives and in particular phytocannabinoids.

Potential of Cannabidiol for the Treatment of Viral Hepatitis.
CBD inhibited HCV replication by 86.4% at a single concentration of 10 μM with EC50 of 3.163 μM in a dose-response assay. These findings suggest that CBD could be further developed and used therapeutically against HCV.

Cannabinoids for Symptom Management and Cancer Therapy: The Evidence.
Multiple cancers express cannabinoid receptors directly related to the degree of anaplasia and grade of tumor. Preclinical in vitro and in vivo studies suggest that cannabinoids may have anticancer activity. Paradoxically, cannabinoid receptor antagonists also have antitumor activity.

CBD-enriched medical cannabis for intractable pediatric epilepsy: The current Israeli experience
CBD treatment yielded a significant positive effect on seizure load. Most of the children (66/74, 89%) reported reduction in seizure frequency: 13 (18%) reported 75-100% reduction, 25 (34%) reported 50-75% reduction, 9 (12%) reported 25-50% reduction, and 19 (26%) reported a greater than 25% reduction. Five (7%) patients reported aggravation of seizures which led to CBD withdrawal. In addition, we observed improvement in behavior and alertness, language, communication, motor skills and sleep.

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