You close your eyes and take a breath from your vaporizer as the music begins to play. You’ve listened to this album on numerous occasions, but this time the individual notes, rhythms, and melodies seem to resonate with a particular richness, intensity, and gravitas that together arouse your senses on a whole new level.
Medical Professionals Brace for Cannabis Prep for Public Effects of Legal Recreational Pot Written by Kelsey Brugger
A group of about 30 law enforcement, medical, and treatment professionals met behind closed doors Wednesday at Cottage Hospital to brace for the full legalization of cannabis.
Colorado official endorses Canada’s delayed approach on legalizing marijuana edibles Written by Brian Platt
Canadian government officials have said they intend to eventually allow edibles, but for now will only allow the smokable products
When Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant stopped his regular cannabis consumption in order to pass the NFL’s drug test, he encountered an unexpected challenge. Insomnia kept him up at night. “I would get frustrated,” Bryant told Sports Illustrated. “I’d yell, ‘Why can’t I sleep!?’”
Neuroscientists have found that cannabidiol reduces symptoms such as impaired memory in adolescent mice simultaneously exposed to THC…
Extreme Sports And Pot – Do Dirt Bikers Sustain the Congruency? Written by Words by S. Brook Reed Interviews by C. C. Willis
Extreme sports participants require melon-sized balls. Like motocross, surfing and snowboarding carve the unforgiving perimeters of sanity with freeform extremities.
Cannabis May Be More Effective at Reducing Anxiety than Traditional Medication, New Study Finds Written by Chris Moore
The more research is done on cannabis, the more possibilities are discovered for medical uses of the drug. A new research study exploring the interaction of cannabis use and stress has found that chronic cannabis users have a “blunted” response to stress. This research, although not entirely conclusive, may be the first step towards creating a cannabinoid-based anxiety medication.
Today is International Overdose Awareness Day, and, if it’s like any other day, 91 Americans will die from an opioid overdose before the sun rises tomorrow.
This month the medical marijuana industry announced its first ever conference in the UK. Paul Millar argues Labour should now get behind patients on the issue.
Research into the potential medical uses of marijuana compounds continues apace. Among the most recent, a study delved into why marijuana is an effective stress reducer. While not conclusive on their own, the results contribute to a longer-term possibility – that marijuana compounds may turn out to be more effective and safer in alleviating anxiety than prescription anxiety meds.