Science: How Medical Marijuana Treats Pediatric Epilepsy
About 300,000 children under the age of 15 have pediatric epilepsy — that’s more than 10 percent of the the total number of patients.
Science Answers The Question: Why Does Marijuana Smell Like Lemon, Skunk And More
Scientists have scanned the genome of cannabis plants to find the genes responsible for giving various strains their lemony, skunky or earthy flavors.
Medical Marijuana Is Almost Legal In West Virginia
The West Virginia bill allows for 15 growers and 60 dispensaries in the state, with the possibility to increase both if there is a dem and for them.
Green Crack? This Cannabis Grower Wants To Lose The Silly Marijuana Strain Names
Want a boost of energy before going for a hike? Give Charge No. 501. Silly marijuana strain names like "God's Gift" may soon be a thing of the past.
Colorado Restaurants Have Trouble Recruiting Help Because of Legal Marijuana
Ever since the legal cannabis market opened up tens of thousands of new jobs in Colorado, restaurateurs all across the state have found it increasingly more difficult to recruit staff.
How Marijuana Works Better Than Sleeping Pills For Insomnia
One of the most common home-remedy uses for cannabis is as a natural sleep aid or cure for insomnia. And why? Because it works like a charm.
The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: March 27
In our weekly marijuana legislative roundup: Illinois has a bill to legalize recreational marijuana, while Connecticut had its first hearing on the subject.