Marijuana Strain Names Are About To Become Obsolete

As the cannabis industry becomes more prevalent, marijuana strains names are slowly beginning to reflect the legitimacy of the multi-billion sector.

Snowboarder, Gold Medalist Ross Rebagliati Proudly Carries ‘Cannabis Torch’

Ross Rebagliati won the first Olympic Gold Medal for Men’s Snowboarding in the 1998 Games hosted in Nagano, Japan.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: August 21

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is still warning about marijuana regulations. Find out about this and more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Texas Needs To Expand Conditions Under Limited Marijuana Program

The Texas Compassionate Use Act, which opened the door for medical marijuana in the state, will go into full effect Sept. 1.

Looks Like Jeff Sessions Might Leave Marijuana Alone

Okay, we all know that Attorney General Jeff Sessions hates weed. Many also know that he assembled a hand-picked DOJ panel that said weed was okay.

Hey, DOJ: Focus On Opioid Crisis, Not Cannabis Reform

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is worried about this country’s “historic drug epidemic and potentially long-term uptick in violent crime.”

Cannabis Protects Against Strokes, New Study Finds

Strokes kill 140,ooo Americans each year and nearly 800,000 suffer from an attack. But a promising study suggests that cannabis help.

How Medical Marijuana Can Mitigate Symptoms Of Huntington’s Disease

Combining the tremors and loss of motor control that comes with ALS and Parkinson’s with the degeneration of Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s Disease stands alone.

4 Stories You Need To Read About Medical Marijuana’s Effect On Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a devastating but elusive disease, characterized by severe fatigue, memory problems and headaches.

Did Marijuana Kill This Young Marijuana Advocate? Um, Nope

The headline from TODAY.com was alarming. It was equally odious. "Did marijuana kill this young man? Doctors may never know for sure."