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Study: Marijuana Reduces Symptoms Of Anxiety, Depression, And Stress

New research utilizing a data-centric approach showed that marijuana significantly reduced the effects of these mental illnesses.

Weedstagram: ‘Highly Devoted’ Connects Cannabis Enthusiasts With Potential Romantic Partners

Promoted as a matchmaking site that also sells products and conducts events, Highly Devoted  appears to do a little bit of everything.

6 Ways To Tell If You’re A Dedicated Marijuana User

If you are confused about your dedication to the cannabis culture, here are six ways to help sort that out.

Cannabis During Breast Cancer Treatment: What Are The Benefits?

Well-known organizations like the American Cancer Society have already had frank discussions about the benefits of CBD and cannabis during cancer treatment. 

Baby Boomers Now Smoke As Much Weed As High Schoolers

According to a new report, boomers have become an “important and growing segment” of cannabis consumers following legalization, while high schoolers have lowered monthly usage.

Tear, Cut Or Grind: How Do You Break Up Your Bud?

The simple question of how to break up marijuana buds is a sobering reminder of just how personalized, individualized and even digitized our smoke rituals have become.

Mixing Chocolate With Cannabis Can Alter THC Potency

For some reason, chocolate throws off the many compounds that are present in cannabis; the more chocolate there is, the harder it is to grasp the dosage of THC.

Smokable Hemp For CBD Is A Thing, But Users Can Still...

Not only are people smoking hemp, it's becoming one of the fastest growing trends on the cannabis scene. It also looks a lot like marijuana.

Marijuana Bongs Vs. Water Pipes: Which Produces A Smoother Smoke Sesh?

The bong (or bubbler) has an essential place in any stoner’s collection. Taking measured bong hits is a way of life for many cannabis imbibers and some people swear by them. But is it right for you?

What’s Next For Rheumatoid Arthritis And Cannabis?

Arthritis often causes a dramatic lifestyle change that's accompanied by depression and/or anxiety. But that doesn’t have to be the case.