The United Nations’ health agency is convinced that cannabis’ non-psychoactive wonder chemical has significant benefits for epilepsy patients, despite its Schedule I banned status in the U.S.
The wealth of research supporting marijuana as a safer alternative to prescription opioids is becoming undeniable.
Texas' Compassionate Use Act is a limited medical marijuana program, allowing only patients with epilepsy to purchase CBD products, and the cannabis community isn't happy about it.
This time the data comes from Illinois and New Mexico.
As San Fran's health department airs its concerns for legal weed, a new study argues that cannabis smoke should be taken more seriously.
A pair of physicians believes that a child’s consumption of cannabis edibles led to heart failure, while others call the claim “BS.”
As cannabis becomes more commercialized, this non-profit for military vets is stepping up its game.
The feds reminded medical cannabis companies that it’s illegal to advertise unproven health benefits.
Local physician’s group Canna Care Docs will provide military veterans with complimentary medical marijuana screenings and registration assistance through November.
Researchers believe the results are evidence that medical marijuana could help solve the nation’s problem with opioids.