Thailand’s Ministry of Defense strictly orders military personnel not to use cannabis on army premises, according to ministry spokesman Col. Chinat Punnotok.
Thailand legalised cultivating and consuming cannabis this month, reversing a hard-line approach of long prison sentences or even the death penalty for drug offences.
New research has suggested that cannabis makes people less greedy and more empathetic.
The German government has begun several weeks of expert testimony on liberalizing recreational cannabis use. Health Minister Karl Lauterbach hopes to present a new law in the coming months.
People in Thailand can now grow cannabis plants at home and sell the crop after the nation removed marijuana from its banned narcotics list.
TV star Amy Childs is to challenge Prime Minister Boris Johnson to make medical cannabis available on the NHS.
A new study performed by Cannabotech has demonstrated that the company’s range of Integrative-Colon products may be an effective colon cancer treatment, killing 90% of colon cancer cells in a cell model study.
More than half of Europeans favor legalizing cannabis, a new study shows — a bullish sign for entrepreneurs and investors seeking to capitalize on the industry’s growth.
When most people think of cannabis, they tend to think of dubious street dealings and pungent-smelling illicit cannabis factories.
Have you ever cracked open a cold beer on a warm day and raised it to your lips, only to be met with a strange smell that reminds you of someone smoking a spliff?