Smoking is undoubtedly the most popular way to consume cannabis. However, cannabis consumers have developed new methods to consume it over the years.
Cannabis is a fairly popular medicine among veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In fact, there’s enough substantial evidence out there that PTSD is often a qualifying condition in many states’ medical programs.
Countless medical studies have shed light upon the health risks of smoking herbs, be they tobacco or cannabis.
Matt Haney, the San Francisco assembly member who wrote the bill, has said if it is approved it will help increase tax revenues by reducing illegal sales.
A landrace is a term you have probably heard quite a bit in cannabis over recent years, but what does it mean? And how might they be the key to unlocking the true potential of the humble plant, Cannabis Sativa L?
Three years ago, Weed World focused on the story of Sarah Stenuf, a US army veteran, who detailed her experiences with PTSD and how cannabis had contributed to her rehabilitation.
Warmth. Light. Air. Water. The same elements that empower living plants to grow and flourish also reduce the potency of cannabis after it’s been dried and cured.
Medical cannabis, or cannabinoid-based products, continues to grow in popularity globally, driving the evolution of regulatory access frameworks; cancer patients and caregivers often rely on guidance from their physicians regarding cannabinoid-based treatments.
Cannabis related online searches are associated with positive attitudes toward medical cannabis, particularly when information is obtained from dispensaries. Since pain is the main reason for medicinal cannabis use, information from dispensary websites has the potential to shape the attitude of pain patients towards cannabis.