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Does The U.S. Government Own A Patent On Marijuana? - Leaf CBD and Non-Psychoactive Cannabinoids. The government’s patent does not cover THC, the main ingredient in marijuana. On the other hand, cannabidiol (CBD) is specifically mentioned as an example of a cannabinoid that is covered. Companies Scramble for CBD Patents, Igniting Fear of Corporate Companies Scramble for CBD Patents, Igniting Fear of Corporate Cannabis. Something of a corporate scramble is underway to secure patents for the various curative properties of CBD, and the associated products and procedures. Pharmaceutical firms anticipate a windfall, but some activists raise concerns about the creeping privatization of The Truth About the US Government’s CBD Patent | Marijuana The American government owns a CBD patent even though the plant that it comes from isn’t exactly legal on a federal level. “The NIH may have gotten the patent to control the use of CBDs and prevent them from being added to the list of controlled substances,” said Bob Hoban, a cannabis and CBD attorney in Denver. “If the government controls the patent for CBDs, they can stop scientists

The US government grants cannabis patents though weed is illegal

Manchmal weisen die Gesetzgebungen verschiedener Länder gar nicht so gravierende Unterschiede auf. Das US Patentreicht weicht jedoch in einigen Punkten vom deutschen Recht ab. Das Patentrecht Patent No. 6630507 - The U.S. Government's Patent on Cannabis In 2003, the U.S. Government issued patent no. 6630507 to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The patent is titled Cannabinoids as Antioxidants and Neuroprotectants, and it continues to stir up controversy well over a decade after being issued.

United States Patent 6,630,507 Hampson , et al. October 7, 2003 **Please see images for: ( Certificate of Correction ) ** Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants AbstractCannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation …

Abstract: A method of extracting CBD, THC, desirable oils, and other compounds from the cannabis plant includes drying the plant, grinding or chopping the plant, mixing the resulting pieces of the plant with a fluid to form a mixture, circulating the mixture through a controlled cavitation reactor to liberate CBD, THC, desirable oils, and other Noramco Announces Provisional Patent Application of Proprietary Filing with the US Patent and Trademark Office covers pure cannabidiol compositions. Wilmington, DE – Noramco, a global leading producer of controlled substances, including cannabinoids for the pharmaceutical industry, today announced that it has filed a provisional patent application with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) directed to its proprietary pure cannabidiol (CBD) compositions.

CBD as a Neuroprotectant: What the U.S. Government Already Knows

This patent lists the use of certain cannabinoids – found within the cannabis sativa plant – as useful in certain neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, HIV and dementia. And, yet, this is the same U.S. federal government that steadfastly denies that cannabis has any medicinal value. Gee, I wonder why? Wettrennen um Patente: Hält die US-Regierung Ebola-Impfstoffe Durch das Ebola Virus sind über 4000 Menschen gestorben. Nun kursieren im Internet Gerüchte, dass die US-Regierung durch Patente die freie Forschung an den Gegenmitteln verhindert bzw. einen Cannabidiol CBD Patents United States Patent 7597910 Zinc-enriched cannabis plant material, shiitake mushrooms, and maitake mushrooms Alleviate pain, swelling, inflammation of prostate conditions United States Patent 8071641 Cannabidiol (CBD) patented for Prevention of diabetes United States Patent 8242178 Cannabidiol (CBD) patented for Autoimmune hepatitis Patents on pot? U.S. lawsuit puts cannabis claims to the test - United Cannabis’ patent covering a highly-concentrated CBD formulation could potentially apply to most of the CBD products now on the market, said Neil Juneja, a patent lawyer in Seattle.