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Learn more about the dramatic social history of cannabis from its origins to its re-emergence in the '60s as a defining force in a culture war.

Smoke Signals wins James A. Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award
The American Botanical Council gives Smoke Signals by Martin A. Lee the James A. Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award.
Image of brain scans that looks like wallpaper
Learn more about the potential implications of cannabinoids for Alzheimer's disease, neurodegeneration, and more.
The war on cannabis may soon be over. Good riddance to decades of bad science, scare-mongering, and harsh laws.
Allen Ginsberg, marijuana legalization
The history of marijuana in America has long been a history of competing narratives, dueling interpretations.
Cathy Jordan she was diagnosed with ALS in 1986. Nearly 20 years later she is still alive thanks to cannabis, her medicine of choice and necessity.

Cannabis Conversations

Louis Armstrong, the legendary jazz artist and lifelong cannabis smoker, returns to his ancestral homeland
Project CBD talks with Dr. Bonni Goldstein about whole plant cannabis remedies, nonintoxicating cannabinoids, and cancer care for children.
Expert cannabis botanist and geneticist Ryan Lee talks to Project CBD about breeding cannabis, THC & CBD content, and how to interpret lab data.

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