The paper’s editorial board predicts 2016 marijuana ballot measures will influence national change.
How exactly does marijuana make us high? We’re a little closer to knowing now that scientists have figured out the structure of the brain receptor that interacts with the drug.
Move over, supplement industry! More and more people are starting to utilize cannabis as part of their workout plan, and it’s no secret why. The herb is a natural anti-inflammatory and tends to help the consumer feel comfortable and pain-free.
Voters could legalize recreational marijuana in five states this November and medical marijuana in three more. This record number of state ballot measures promise to be a great boon for the canna-business industry.
You will be surprised to know why studies have been done on this herb, and for your favor, here is the list of 20 medical benefits of marijuana you probably never knew!
Opioid overdoses accounted for more than 14,000 deaths in the U.S.in 2014, and cannabis could be the solution to reducing this number, study shows.
After sending cease and desist letter to CBD companies across the UK, could the MHRA actually be plotting for a more legitimate medicinal market?
Prosecutors in the most populated areas of Texas have in recent years dismissed a significantly larger number of marijuana offenses involving smaller amounts of the drug, according to a newspaper analysis.
Did you know that cannabis consumption may possibly enhance your eyesight? Since the 1970s, scientists have conducted various studies on the connection between this magical plant and our eyes. Peep their cannabis-friendly conclusions.
Pet owners have turned to pot in order to treat many of their pets’ illnesses, reporting success after using the drug on their pets for a wide variety of ailments.
There are nine state ballot measures regarding the legalization of marijuana that will be voted on this November. Five states will vote to legalize recreational marijuana, while the other four states are voting on legalizing medicinal marijuana.
Peg Holcomb, an 81-year-old Amherst resident, has been nurturing her single marijuana plant, nestled within the raspberry bushes in the farthest corner of her Amherst backyard, for years. Never caused any problems with neighbors or police, she said.
California’s Wild West of medical marijuana is about to be tamed, on the eve of a historic vote that could greatly expand recreational use of cannabis.
A month away from Election Day, it seems likely that California will join the four other states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Every poll taken so far this year indicates that most voters favor Proposition 64, a.k.a. the Control, Tax, and Regulate Adult Use of Marijuana Act, with support in three September surveys ranging from 52 percent to 60 percent.