According to a Gallup poll, 65 percent of Americans say consuming cannabis is morally acceptable.
Available science suggests that, indeed, cannabis will help you chill out at the end of a long day. But moderation is essential.
A recent report reveals that seniors are far outpacing teen cannabis in both consumption and the adoption of new forms of ingestion.
New research reveals that compounds found in the cannabis plant may have promising therapeutic effects for people suffering from a wide array of gastrointestinal diseases.
The Epilepsy Foundation agrees, saying CBD “could potentially be helpful in controlling seizures,” especially for the 30 percent of patients who are unable to control their condition with existing, approved medications.
Many patients with arthritis live with chronic pain and may turn to cannabis or other alternative remedies to supplement or replace the many conventional painkillers and other medications prescribed by physicians.
In most states, including Washington, employers are free to demand a drug-free workplace — and that includes banning the use of marijuana.
One of the hottest retail market sectors right now is for cannabis-infused beverages, including sodas, teas, coffee drinks and beer.
In recent months, a series of studies has contributed to a growing body of evidence that medical marijuana can help turn the tide of opioid addiction.
The entourage effect is key to understanding how cannabis works inside your body and brain.
Next time you walk past your friendly neighborhood cannabis retail store, step inside and thank the folks working inside for keeping the crime rate down.
When it comes to cannabis, your sense of smell can be one of your best guides. Cannabis, like all plants, has a signature smell. This is due to terpenes.