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Although it may not be obvious during these Trump-rattled times, we’re in the midst of a psychedelic revival.
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The impact of this decades-old war is still being felt today, especially by people of color.
Jamaican Lion is distinctly but mildly psychoactive despite the preponderance of CBD.
Robert Clarke, co-author of Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany, discusses CBD-rich plants, disappearing landrace strains, and the future of cannabis farming.
Dr. Lester Grinspoon, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School, urges an investigation of medical cannabis for players in the NFL.
Dozens servicemen and women marched to the White House to demand the president and other federal officials make medical marijuana accessible to veterans.
When John Schaeffer sold the first solar panel in Mendocino County in 1978, he didn’t realize that he had struck a blow against the war on drugs.
A documentary tells the story of the “father of cannabinoid medicine,” from his early days as a child of the Holocaust through his career as chief investigator into the world’s most misunderstood plant.
Project CBD started in 2009 as a journalistic group covering the story of CBD's reemergence in the grassroots cannabis supply in the United States. Learn why this narrative warranted special focus.
A Project CBD delegation embarked upon a fact-finding and fact-sharing expedition in Uruguay, the first country to legalize marijuana.
Why a single compound in cannabis may revolutionize modern medicine: The discovery of pot's astonishing medical potential is the most compelling new reason for legalizing the plant.