A survey conducted in California shows that many of the myths people believe about the cannabis industry are wrong.
California has had a long history with cannabis, being one of the first to propose its legislation in the 70s. While Californians have had access to medicinal marijuana since the 90s, it was only two years ago the state finally ...Read more
Michigan shamed marijuana users in its latest youth drug prevention campaign, relying on outdated stoner stereotypes to get their message across.
A conundrum faced by a state or country that legalizes marijuana is how to then educate residents around using the plant properly. These institutions must also consider how to prevent teenage use of...Read more
Nowadays, there’s numerous amount of ways to smoke cannabis. Here are some things you should consider before making your purchase.
Buying your first marijuana smoking piece is a big deal. It’s the moment when you say to yourself that you’re committed to your weed habit. Once you own a pipe or bong, you won’t need to depend on the ...Read more
Cannabis tampons may lack scientific research, but they’ve amassed tons of support over a short period of time.
Period cramps fluctuate in severeness, affecting some people dramatically and others, not so much. Medications can vary just as much in effectiveness, with some being capable of controlling the most intense kinds of pain and ...Read more
Marijuana proponents are ecstatic because this super THC discovery means there is higher quality medicine from this plant.
From a group of European researchers comes news of the discovery of a super-cannabis compound, a cannabinoid 30 times stronger than THC. It was discovered while they were looking for additional medicinal qualities in a ...Read more
Night sweats, day jitters, and the need for weed all pass in a matter of days to a week or so if you experience them at all.
If you search the internet for “cannabis withdrawal,” you’ll find a few helpful articles from cannabis sites acknowledging cravings, short lived mood swings and trouble sleeping. But mostly you’ll find drug war ...Read more
One less item on the market means fewer choices for Americans who rely on the medicine to power-through often painful and debilitating migraines.
GlaxoSmithKline announced earlier this week that it has temporarily halted production of Excedrin Migraine and Excedrin Extra Strength, two of its most popular drugs to treat migraines and ...Read more
There remains no known association between heart disease and marijuana consumption, but patients should know the possible risks.
After smoking marijuana, users commonly describe the effects as sedative or relaxing. It places them in a calmer mood and allows the brain to turn off for a little while. But the same can’t be said for the heart. ...Read more
Marijuana is like a road test ninja. THC that could indicate intoxication remains in your body for days, even weeks, as small amounts continue to be released into your bloodstream.
Nearly every discussion by lawmakers looking to shoot down cannabis legalization includes concerns about driving while high: Get us a roadside testing device or we...Read more
A motorist driving home with a little weed stowed inside doesn’t have to be a master smuggler, they just have to be a smidge smarter than the fool doing it at high speeds.
Interstate marijuana trafficking is about to become more widespread in the Midwest now that legalization has taken hold in Illinois and Michigan for adults 21 and older. ...Read more
Citing Portugal’s drug policy as inspiration, Tulsi Gabbard wants to end the war on drugs by legalizing and regulating all drugs.
Last year, Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said the United States should move to legalize marijuana and decriminalize illicit drugs like cocaine and heroin. This, she told Reason, was her strategy...Read more
Do marijuana patients have to worry about their medicine going bad, or does marijuana stay usable forever?
Open up your medicine cabinet and take out a bottle of aspirin, Tylenol, Motrin, or Advil. Flip it over, and you should see an expiration date printed on the bottom or the side near the cap. Like foods and beverages, most medications ...Read more
While marijuana dependence is said to only affect roughly 9%of users, millions of people are going to experience problems in their personal and professional life as a result of cannabis.
By all accounts, marijuana is the most popular drug in the world. Some of the latest statistics show there are somewhere around 35 million regular users all ...Read more
The following are three of the most popular ways people consume cannabis flower, and how it can be done correctly.
Cannabis flower remained the preferred choice of U.S. consumers in 2019, generating $768 million in sales from January through May 2019.
A myriad of products continues to eat into its market share. Yet, flower outsold the ...Read more
New research suggests that CBD may be an alternative treatment for patients with Parkinson’s and anxiety.
If you or a loved one suffers from Parkinson’s disease, you might be encouraged by a new study out of Brazil, which found that CBD can calm nerves in anxiety-inducing situations — specifically symptoms surrounding this debilitating ...Read more
The strong and uncomfortable side effects of THC, like paranoia and anxiety, are believed to be decreased when a strain also contains a healthy amount of CBD
Despite America’s slow but steady embrace of cannabis, there are still plenty of aspects about the plant that we don’t understand. One of the mysteries that inspires the most ...Read more
We already know that the consumption of marijuana via smoking is not the healthiest thing for humans to do. So throwing in a lump of human ash can’t possible make it better, right?
New Orleans-based metal band Down said it best: “And when I die, bury me in smoke.” The sentiment behind the words, at least as far as I’m concerned, is ...Read more
The main way that cannabis acts differently in women as opposed to men is its interaction with the female production of estrogen.
For decades, the cannabis movement has been predominantly a boy’s club. Women are rising up and earning leadership positions all over the industry now, but where did that original disconnect come from? Could it ...Read more
CBD is promoted as safe, healthy, and part of an everyday life of woke wellness. But among all those accolades and ca-chinging at the cash registers lurks a harsh reality.
Cannabidiol (CBD) products are everywhere. Many of them are illegal. All of them have questionable effects on health and wellness. And to some in the cannabis industry, ...Read more
Like vitamins, CBD can be used to prevent colds from occurring, or at least decrease their odds.
Winter makes for a tough group of months. Despite the beauty of it, not everyone is a fan of shorter days, lots of time spent indoors and increased odds of developing colds. Luckily, there’s some research out there that suggests that CBD might ...Read more