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Difference Between A Marijuana Dispensary And A Liquor Store

You might be surprised to learn that the two are very different.

Smoking Marijuana Is Not Good For Your Heart, Says American Heart Association

The AHA recommend users shy away from smoking or vaping.

5 Ways Marijuana Can Improve An Active Lifestyle

For many, marijuana is part of a well rounded lifestyle that includes nutrition, fitness and a balanced work life.

The Incredible Truth About Marijuana And Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer accounts for about 5% of all new cancer diagnoses in the U.S. each year and kills more than 16,000 individuals annually.

Study: Women Who Use Marijuana Regularly Have Better Sex

A  new study reveals that cannabis use has a positive impact on their sex lives.

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Video: The Science Of Cannabis And CBD With Four Leading Experts

Groundbreaking new human studies are about the change what we understand about the underlying biological mechanisms of cannabis and CBD.

God’s Greenery CEO Cites CBD Boom Among Christians

The current popularity of CBD usage among religious communities underscores just how mainstream medicinal usage has become

Michigan Cannabis Companies Expand Despite — And Because Of — Coronavirus

With 170 wholesale accounts and seven retail stores, Green Peak is a “good barometer of what’s happening in the state.

3 House Bills Put Marijuana Laws In Perspective

When it comes to the cannabis industry, numerous changes occur at the state and federal levels — often in a short amount of time.

Microdosing: The Secret To A New Cannabis Experience

Medically speaking, microdosing means to consume a small amount of a substance, then gradually increase the dose in order to achieve a desired effect, such as pain relief.

COVID-19’s Impact On Cannabis Industry Proves National Legalization Is Near

As it stands today, cannabis is federally illegal in the U.S., defined by the federal government as a Schedule 1 drug, along with heroin and LSD.