Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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CBD Could Be Part Of The Next Wave Of Antidepressants, Suggests Study

But it is going to take some doing for a CBD-based medicine to be recognized for its ability to treat depression in the United States.

New Jersey Agrees On High Marijuana Tax, Still Not Closer To Actual Deal

Establishing a taxed and regulated system for the cannabis plant and its products has proven difficult for lawmakers in some parts of the country.

This Is What Happens When You’re Allergic To Marijuana

As more parts of the world move to legalize marijuana, medical experts want to make people aware that those piercing red eyes that they get when coming into contact with weed could be an allergic reaction.

Wisconsin Governor Is Seriously Pushing Marijuana Reform

Governor Tony Evers said earlier this week that he was including a couple of pot-friendly proposals in his latest state budget

Scientists And Experts Blast Anti-Marijuana Book ‘Tell Your Children’

Scholars and scientists are concerned the book might throw a wrench in the marijuana movement currently sweeping the United States —something they argue would do more harm than good.

Is The Old Marijuana I Found Under The Couch Safe to Smoke?

There was once a time when a shortage of marijuana meant that someone was going to start scraping the resin from every bowl and bong in sight, or worse.

Cannabis Users At Low Risk For Developing Mental Health Issues

The impact marijuana has on mental health is still somewhat of an anomaly in the grand scheme of what we know, understand and appreciate about the cannabis plant.

What Will Congress Do With Cannabis Banking Following Initial Hearings?

To date, no bank that has dared work with marijuana, but that hasn’t given most of them the peace of mind to engage in this practice consistently like they do with other business sectors.

Should Voters Trust 2020 Democrats’ Newfound Support Of Marijuana?

Although many states have legalized weed for recreational use and more presidential candidates are onboard with legalizing at the national level doesn’t mean it's a done deal.

MedMen Facing Serious Backlash Following Allegations Of Racism

This supposed corruption among the company’s leading executives was deep enough for the New York Cannabis Industry Association to sever ties with the company earlier this week.