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A Recipe For CBD Snickerdoodles, Because We Suspect You May Need To Chill – Indianapolis Monthly

CBD may have a reputation for helping with everything from anxiety to chronic pain, but it’s not exactly known for its great flavor. Elevate Bakery founder Rebecca Raffle set out to change that, working with local chemists to develop a proprietary, flavorless CBD powder that can be incorporated into any ingredient or recipe. With her CBD isolate, she’s been able to achieve the rare feat of creating CBD treats that actually taste good. Raffle shared her recipe for snickerdoodles, one of the most popular items on her bakery’s menu. All CBD spices and sugars in the recipe can be purchased […]

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The Indy Baker Elevating CBD Snacks – Indianapolis Monthly – Indianapolis Monthly

Elevate Bakery & Barkery’s Rebecca Raffle with her wares. Photo by Tony Valainis There’s mounting evidence that cannabidiol (CBD), an ingredient derived from cannabis, might help with everything from chronic pain to anxiety and depression. Problem: It can taste terrible. Enter Rebecca Raffle, a biotech specialist, avid home baker, and founder of Elevate Bakery & Barkery in Irvington and Fountain Square, some of the first CBD bakeries in the country. Raffle spent a year and a half working with local chemists to develop a proprietary blend of tasteless CBD powder that can be incorporated into any recipe. At Elevate, which […]

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Agrozen Opens Indiana’s First Hemp Testing Laboratory

CBD By MRR Staff Posted on October 26, 2020 The announcement follows USDA Indiana State Hemp plan approval Following a year of submissions and reviews by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, central Indiana’s Agrozen Life Sciences today announced that it is expanding business operations by launching Agrozen Labs, now a certified U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) analytical hemp testing laboratory.  Agrozen Labs also recently achieved Schedule I Cannabis Testing certification from the DEA and is now an approved hemp testing laboratory through the USDA’s Domestic Hemp Production Program. In conjunction with the USDA and DEA approvals, Agrozen Labs is the first hemp cooperative […]

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E-cigarettes and vaping: Parents, don't be fooled – Indianapolis Recorder

Tobacco manufacturers are cashing in on the vaping trend. They have figured out dozens of ways to disguise the involvement of vaping. There is a chance that if your child is vaping, you may not even realize it. Let’s first start our conversation by defining what an e-cigarette is. An e-cigarette is a device that simulates smoking a traditional cigarette. The electronic devices operate by inhaling for a delivery of the heated solution. The solution produces an aerosol that is inhaled. The solution almost always includes nicotine, which is highly addictive. An assortment of flavors is one of the biggest […]

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IU health experts react to CDC survey showing fewer teens are vaping – CBS 4 Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS – A recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds fewer teens are vaping or using e-cigarettes. The study, released on Wednesday, found fewer than 20% of high school students and 5% of middle school students said they were recent users of e-cigs and other vaping products. Last year, a similar survey found about 28% of high school students and 11% of middle school students recently vaped. However, the report shows a big bump in the use of disposable e-cigarettes. The FDA barred flavors from small vaping devices like Juul and others that are mainly used […]

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Purdue University Concerned Vaping is Causing Spread of Coronavirus – 93.1 WIBC Indianapolis

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.— The administration at Purdue University is warning students that sharing vaping devices has been linked to coronavirus cases on campus. They say it’s been linked to multiple cases, especially in shared housing including fraternities, sororities, and cooperative houses. Purdue University released the following statement last week: The sharing of vaping devices is believed to be the cause of certain spread of COVID-19 at Purdue University to date, particularly within congregate housing such as fraternities, sororities and cooperative houses.  To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 on our campus, please do not share vaping devices or related items (cigarettes, hookahs, […]

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