Medical Marijuana

Why That CBD Oil You Just Bought Might Be Bogus

If you purchased CBD oil the last time you filled up your vehicle with gasoline or bought a black light poster from Spencer’s Gifts, there's a good chance the CBD you’ve been taking is just a load of bull.

Cannabis: Misinformation About CBD Can Be Life-Threatening

In a rush to praise the effectiveness of the cannabis plant, hyperbole can have long-ranging consequences for medical patients.

Unlocking How To Use CBD For A Better Night’s Sleep

A sleepy alternative to over-the-counter antihistamines may be found in cannabidiol (CBD). If taken a half-hour before bed, it could just do the trick for treating insomnia.

5 Ways Medical Marijuana Can Help You Deal With Chronic Pain

If you are part of the 20% of Americans facing chronic pain and you haven’t yet turned to marijuana as an option, here’s what you need to know about the way medical marijuana can help you deal with pain.

More Women Are Using Marijuana Before Pregnancy—Is That Good Or Bad?

While the research is limited in its scope due to its reliance on self-reported findings, it did hint at some explanations for these rises in cannabis usage.

Study Finds Opioid Users Not Switching To Medical Marijuana

Is there really any truth to the idea that marijuana could be a saving grace for the tens of thousands of people who die every year as a result of opioid overdose?

STUDY: How Cannabis Could Be Used To Curb Cannabis Addiction

An Australian paper published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine demonstrated that one substance that could curb cannabis dependency is cannabis itsel

Is The Federal Government Finally Serious About Marijuana Research?

The National Institute of Drug Abuse announced plans to grow the largest crop of research marijuana in five years.

The Connection Between Cannabis And Fertility

A newly released study published by the Canadian Medical Association Journal highlighted four key findings about the impact of cannabis use on fertility. 

Marijuana Makes You Paranoid? Study Suggests Your Genes Are To Blame

The study suggests that your reaction to cannabis, positive or negative, is tied closer to your genetics than anything else