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Oregon Marijuana Company Launches Cannabis For Opioids Swap

Oregon Marijuana Company Launches Cannabis For Opioids Swap

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Kaya Holdings has announced it will be holding talks with Oregon state and local law enforcement authorities and compliance officials to launch “Kaya Cares,” a Cannabis-for-Opioids swap program whereby people dependent on opioids and wishing to explore cannabis as a safe alternative can exchange their prescription opioids for cannabis products at no cost.

“We decided to step up and do our part after President Trump announced the war on the opioid epidemic,” commented Kaya Holdings CEO Craig Frank, “Numerous studies, including those reported by Newsweek, NBC News, US News and World Report, CNN and others, have shown that states with legal marijuana programs have declining rates of opioid addiction, with some states reporting a decrease in deaths as high as 25%. We want to help people in the communities we serve, as well as demonstrate that cannabis companies can be part of the President’s solution to the crisis.”

Oregon Marijuana Company Launches Cannabis For Opioids Swap






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