Let’s be honest, none of us really want to just stop smoking cannabis. With all its potential medical benefits and the kickass high it provides us with, there’s little conviction to just quit the habit.
Are you ready to crank the “Zen” in your life up a notch? If so, a CBD-inspired yoga routine could be just what you need. CBD – or ‘cannabidiol’ as it is known in the world of science – is a naturally-occurring derivative of the cannabis plant.
Though Congress is currently taking steps towards federally legal cannabis, there remains a lot of action happening on a state-to-state level.
A recent study has found that marijuana may be more effective in chronic pain treatment than traditional opioid prescriptions. Though it remains uncertain, cannabis may just be the solution to combating the opioid crisis
The “Godfather of Cannabis Research” took to the stage at the Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, CA, from September 23-24. It was during this time that CannMed 2019 was held; an annual event that invites masters of cannabis science, safety, medicine and cultivation to share their latest findings.
The chances of Europe emerging as the next big CBD market might have seemed unlikely just a few years ago, but boy, a lot has changed over the last year.
As per the terms of amendments to the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1920, cannabis was outlawed by the British government back in 1928. The plant was reclassified from Group C – during Tony Blair’s government – to Group B when Gordon Brown became the U.K. Prime Minister.