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HighFi started in 2014, when cancer hit our families pretty hard. Watching our loved ones go through treatment, just seemed to make things worse. Desperate we sought alternative types of treatment for our family members. HighFi is created to spread medical/recreational marijuana and CBD awareness to the masses, with the best and brightest in the cannabis community. We hope with each event every attendee walks away with more knowledge then they came with. Educate Before You Medicate.

Many of us have been affected by cancer, either through our family or friends. Fortunately for cancer patients, medical marijuana may be an effective cancer treatment and an alternative to numerous drugs currently used to treat cancers including brain cancer, prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, and more. Medical marijuana can also help to alleviate symptoms associated with traditional cancer treatment, including nausea and vomiting. We are here to promote and raise awareness of the benefits of medical marijuana both physical and psychological.

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  • Dr. Ethan Russo: CBD, the Entourage Effect and the Microbiome January 7, 2019
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  • Project CBD Launches Research Platform to Study CBD Efficacy November 29, 2018
    START SURVEY Calling all CBD users! Whether your remedy is fresh flower or concentrate, tincture or vape oil, cannabis or hemp-derived—we’re asking you to share your CBD experience by participating in a user-friendly, interactive research survey. Give us feedback about what’s helped you and what hasn’t.
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  • The Evolving Regulatory Status of Cannabidiol November 26, 2018
    On June 25, 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its first-ever approval of a marijuana-derived pharmaceutical drug.
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  • Cannabidiol and Epilepsy Meta-Analysis November 8, 2018
    How often have we heard, “More research is needed,” from those who would prefer to see no change in policies that should be informed by science? From climate denial to cannabis prohibition, the demand for absolute scientific certainty is a call for inaction. It begs the question: When is there “enough” research? How about not enough to […]
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