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A flawed study by Harvard scientists claims that marijuana smokers get into more car accidents even when they’re...
The endocannabinoid system is increasingly recognized for its involvement in uterine function. Scientists have recently...
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It's been months since Congress passed the Farm Bill legalizing hemp for cultivation. It's high time we rectify some common myths about this plant.
Opioids leave much to be desired in medical treatment. They are highly addictive, very lethal, and not all that effective for treating chronic pain.
Going by names like Spice and K2, synthetic cannabinoids are largely a result of prohibition.
Warning about the dangers of drinking over 10 bottles of Epidiolex at once adds nothing useful to the discussion.
Very high doses of CBD might interact with immunosuppressive drug used in transplant patients
CBD is clearly a useful medicine in the treatment of some types of epilepsy, yet patients are faced with dilemmas when they must decide which product to use.
Many prohibitionist arguments are being flipped on their heads.
The EPA has refused to offer guidance for pesticides on cannabis.
A pilot study recently demonstrated that cannabis extracts can be safely used to ameliorate symptoms of severe dementia.
There is no scientifically supported threshold of ∆9-THC bodily content that would be indicative of impaired driving.