Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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Study: Marijuana Use Has Increased In Pregnant Women

Researchers found a 62 percent increase over the past 12 years in the rate for which pregnant women admitted to smoking marijuana.

This Bill Will Protect State-Based Legal Marijuana Laws From Jeff Sessions And Federal Interference

U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher has introduced legislation intended to prevent Jeff Sessions and the DEA from interfering.

Here Are 25 States Where Marijuana Is Available For PTSD Sufferers

It is no secret by now that marijuana is becoming one of the most popular medications in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Science Proves Marijuana Heals Pain, Nausea, Spasms And Insomnia

Here is an analysis, “The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids,” which points out that the cannabis treats pain, nausea, muscle spasms and insomnia.

What You Need To Know About Medical Marijuana And Gun Ownership

As several states prepare to launch medical marijuana programs, citizens are concerned about how the situation will affect their ability to carry a gun.

What’s Up With The DEA And Marijuana Concentrates?

DEA officials said last year that marijuana and hemp extracts “have been and will continue to be Schedule I controlled substances.”

There Are Now More Marijuana Workers In The US Than Dental Hygienists

There are now more people earning a living from the existence of the legal cannabis trade than there are dental hygienists and bakers.

What Happened During Nevada’s First Weekend Of Legal Weed?

Nevada officially became the fifth jurisdiction in the nation that now allows adults to buy cannabis in a manner similar to alcohol.

Recreational Marijuana In New York By 2020?

New York lawmakers are pushing to finally allow the existence of a taxed and regulated cannabis market, hopefully bu 2020.

Inside Florida’s Stifling Medical Marijuana Program

State lawmakers have done everything in their power to ensure the Florida's stifling medical marijuana program comes off as limp as possible.