The effects of infotainment systems on driving performance is comparable to that of alcohol and cannabis, the findings of a new study have revealed.
Jameson Berkow: COVID-19 made cannabis ‘essential,’ but governments aren’t treating the industry that way
There is unlikely to be any progress unless governments start treating their legal cannabis sectors as essential, as right now, that designation appears to provide none of the expected benefits.
After nearly 4 years of what some researchers saw as foot dragging, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has announced it will evaluate 37 applications to grow marijuana for medical research and proposed new rules for the prospective growers that outline how the cannabis-growing program would work.
While many businesses are struggling to survive the crippling impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, others are seeing a surge in demand.
George Kruis hopes to see medicinal cannabis introduced as an alternative to painkillers to help players cope with the wear and tear caused by the modern game.
Cannabis has been used medicinally to help manage pain for thousands of years – before prohibition began. However, the illegal status of cannabis in developed nations around the world – which coincided with the heights of scientific development and research – has meant that there is little clinical evidence of how medical cannabis can help with a whole range of conditions, including Fibromyalgia.
MORENO VALLEY, Calif. — With scientists around the world working overtime to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus, former NFL offensive lineman Kyle Turley said something already exists to help combat the pandemic.
Despite the US Presidential election still being almost eight months away, Party Candidate elections mean that candidates’ policies are already gaining a lot of interest. Policies on Cannabis are particularly among the frontrunners of the Democratic candidacy as they represent a stark difference of opinion on the issue of legalisation.
While Canadians are stockpiling cannabis and practicing social distancing, now is as good of a time as ever to get creative with your stash.
Restaurants and bars have to close their dine-in options, but grocery stores and pharmacies can stay open. So where does that leave Michigan cannabis retailers as more state-mandated restrictions over coronavirus go into effect?