Three years ago, Ricardo Capuano, 32, didn’t know how much a gram of marijuana cost. Now, after years of lockdown and an extended period of overwhelming anxiety, he has become something of a weed connoisseur.
A cancer patient set up two illegal cannabis farms to produce cannabis oil ‘for medicinal reasons’, a court heard.
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week on whether to stop listing cannabis as a controlled substance.
Malta has been rocked by the arrest of a local doctor, Andrew Agius, for distributing cannabis mere months after the island became the first in Europe to legalise the drug.
Access to medical cannabis may reduce opioid use for patients with chronic low back pain, with a higher chance of opioid cessation found among patients with lower baseline opioid use, according to results presented here.
A state agency tasked with overseeing New Mexico’s new market for legal cannabis sales is ready for the industry to launch April 1, its top official said.
Amid this ongoing fracas between Ukraine and Russia, it is high time one considers its impact on the European weed industry.
Frances Pallas’ migraines were so bad that as a “last resort” she began to self-medicate with cannabis her husband would buy for her from street dealers.
A new study has found that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) benefits individuals with cannabis use disorder and schizophrenia by reducing intake by up to 60%.
Cannabis (Cannabis sativa/indica), also known as marijuana, has been used for medicinal and recreational purposes for millennia.