After Son’s Successful CBD Treatment, Mother Launches CBD Product Line
Roxanne Benton, owner of Patriot Botanicals, launched her line of hemp cannabidiol oil (CBD) drops after she was inspired by her son's positive reaction to CBD, which has helped to control his ADHD and Tourette’s.
Most Americans Want Legal Marijuana, But States Can’t Agree On How To Do It
Polls show that 64 percent of Americans favor legalizing marijuana. But, despite the majority support, there’s no clear consensus on how it should be regulated.
Using Medical Marijuana To Treat Sexual Dysfunction
For those struggling to find relief with their current medication regimens, medical cannabis may be an effective supplementary treatment.
The FBI Can’t Hire Hackers Because They All Use Marijuana
Being a tech whiz and smoking cannabis go hand-in-hand. Watch an episode of "Silicon Valley" if not convinced. Hence, this anti-pot administration is having trouble getting good hackers to even apply to the FBI.
Congress Presses VA To Begin Researching Medical Marijuana
A bipartisan bill introduced this week would effectively erase the Department of Veterans Affairs’ excuse for not researching the benefits of cannabis for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and other related ailments.
Sanjay Gupta Is Back This Weekend With Part 4 Of His ‘Weed’ Series
The popular TV doctor will examine marijuana’s potential as both an alternative to opioids in treating pain and in ending opioid addiction. The report, called "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills," will air on CNN Sunday at 8 am.
Marijuana-Induced Memory Loss Is A Feature, Not A Bug
Marijuana smokers have been stereotypically mocked for short-term memory loss, and there is genuine concern about memory impairment due to cannabis consumption, particularly among seniors who are considering cannabis as a therapeutic option.
Marijuana-Based Epilepsy Drug Is Close To FDA Approval
A marijuana-based drug received a unanimous thumbs-up from a panel of experts organized by the Food and Drug Administration.