Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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‘LA Times’ Thanks Jeff Sessions For Pushing Marijuana Reform Forward

It is U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ drug war against states that have ended pot prohibition that could ultimately push Congress to legalize marijuana nationwide.

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.

South Carolina Voters Want Medical Marijuana

Although the legislative grind in South Carolina has shown very little interest in the legalization of marijuana, there is a desire, among the taxpayers, to bring the herb out of the underground for medical purposes.

Former House Speaker Boehner Now Wants Feds to Legalize Marijuana 

The Republican is now a part of the cannabis industry, recently joining the Board of Advisors of a firm called Acreage Holdings. These days, the former lawmaker is fighting to get the herb eliminated from the Controlled Substances Act.

Lawmaker Sells Legal Hemp On US Senate Floor

Paying homage to Hemp History Week, Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon brought a couple of baskets full of industrial hemp products to the floor of the U.S. Senate.

What’s The Difference Between Medical And Recreational Marijuana?

Diehard medical marijuana purists will wear themselves out arguing the difference between medicinal and recreational cannabis if engaged in a debate.

Will Using CBD Cause Me To Fail A Drug Test?

Now that cannabidiol (CBD) has become as much of a household name as Coca-Cola, some of the patients who experiment with this alternative medicine have concerns about whether it will cause them to fail a drug test.

DEA Clarifies That Some CBD Products Are Legal

The agency says its policy is consistent with a decision handed down in 2004 by the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of the Hemp Industries Association v. DEA.

CBD Market Set To Grow 700 Percent By 2020

Despite the fact that this non-intoxicating derivative of the cannabis plant is still illegal in the eyes of the federal government, much of the population is now at least curious about the therapeutic benefits of CBD products.

How Marijuana Customers Can Save The Bees

Although bees are not essential in the pollination of cannabis, the marijuana industry is now in a position to help salvage dwindling bee populations.