Despite the nonsensical naysaying by Reefer Madness prohibitionists, medical cannabis now enjoys mainstream acceptance across the United States, (and support is increasing around the world).
Researchers at Oxford University are to undertake a £10 million study on the medical benefits of marijuana in treating pain, cancer and inflammatory diseases.
How Cannabis Prevents Insulin Resistance in Patients Co-infected With HIV and Hepatitis C Written by Ben Adams
Drug resistance is a real threat for HIV+ patients. A nagging worry that doesn’t go away. Patients frequently develop resistance to medications because of the high mutation rate of HIV.
New study claims that people who smoke marijuana every day have better blood flow and oxygen to the brain, reducing the risk of stroke.
Marcus Gray was told in February 2016 that he would not live to see his wife give birth to his daughter after he was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer.
Adults now have the right to use, possess and grow cannabis in the privacy of their homes following a landmark decision from South Africa’s highest court.
As anyone taking a modicum of notice will know, the UK currently finds itself in the grip of mental health crisis. The current situation sees around 6000 people per year commit suicide, of which almost 75% are men, with those under the age of 45 being the greatest affected (The Independent 2016).
I always remind people when they say that cannabis is addictive, that it lowers IQ, and makes you amotivational, that Carl Sagan, one of the most prolific scientists of our era, was a noted user.
Fifteen years ago, if you had walked into a coffeeshop in Amsterdam and asked about the CBD and THC content of cannabis, the odds are you would have been greeted with a look of confusion from the person behind the counter.
A new study, published in Drugs and Alcohol Today, has claimed that there is no increased risk for psychosis for those who only use cannabis.