Articles in History
Harry Jacob Anslinger, the Voldemort of vipers, ran the Federal Bureau of Narcotics with an iron fist through six administrations over three decades.
Project CBD talks with medical cannabis pioneer Alice O’Leary Randall on the momentous court case that launched the medical marijuana movement.
How will botanical CBD be regulated when cannabidiol is approved as a pharmaceutical?
High Times cover story by Martin A Lee highlights the breakthrough research on CBD, and how it has revolutionized the story of cannabis medicine.
Neuroscientist Greg Gerdeman, PhD challenges health professionals and researchers to study cannabis science and therapeutics.
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.
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.