Science: Why More Marijuana May Equal Fewer Migraines
One of the most ancient medical uses of cannabis was headache relief and migraines. But support from modern science has been thin—until this year.
Science: How Marijuana Works To Help Those With Multiple Sclerosis
It’s those last three symptoms that have been most studied in relation to medical marijuana.
Reefer Madness: Can Using Marijuana Lead To A Psychotic Break?
The oldest way of stigmatizing a drug is to link it to madness. But Can using marijuana lead To a psychotic break? We test the science.
Diabetes And Marijuana: Here’s What The Plant Can Do To Help
The cruel fact seems to be that habitual cannabis users take in more calories and yet are less inclined toward obesity and diabetes.
Medical Marijuana Can Help Your Stress-Induced Depression
A 2015 study suggests that cannabis might help offset stress-induced depression. Cannabis could potentially help stabilize mood.
The Truth About Marijuana And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Google “cannabis and chronic fatigue syndrome and you’ll get lots of speculation and questionable info, but pretty much no scientific research whatsoever.
What You Need To Know About Marijuana And Breast Cancer
As remarkable as it may seem, there is reliable and growing for-real evidence suggesting that cannabis can slow the growth of breast cancer tumors.
Can Marijuana Really Cure Cancer? Here’s The Science
To delve into the literature on medical marijuana can, at times, feel like wading into a sea of nonsense. But one of the claims that seems on its face to rank among the most supremely bullshittiest turns out to be true. Maybe.