As the use of cannabis is catching on in our society due to legalization, many consumers wonder how it could affect work performance.
When CBD was first legalized, it was often touted as the only solution many found to treat epilepsy and seizures. How far has research come since legalization, and how effective is cannabis in treating epilepsy?
The idea of marijuana as an illicit substance is a relatively new concept in concern with most human civilization.
Despite growing acceptance for cannabis, the fact that it is being more widely used is understandably raising questions.
The likelihood of cannabis use becoming federally legal is increasing, so it’s important for nursing professionals and nursing students to be able to provide knowledgeable and effective medical cannabis care to their patients.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s executive order to partly legalize medical marijuana in the Bluegrass State for certain individuals goes into effect Jan. 1.
Officials in New Mexico have approved anxiety disorders as a qualifying condition under the state’s medical marijuana program.
Consultant psychiatrist, Dr Niraj Singh, shares the case of an 82-year-old dementia patient who has seen improvements in mood, expression and quality of life since being prescribed cannabis.
IBD patients (inflammatory bowel disease) report symptom benefits and fewer emergency room visits while consuming medical cannabis, a study has found.
The recent legalization of recreational marijuana use in some parts of the world, the discovery of new indications for the clinical application of cannabis.