Depression

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.

Study: Marijuana Can Help You Feel Less Lonely And Depressed

Studying connections between marijuana and feeling lonely and depressed may not be something you expect from scientists in Iran, but the findings are great.

How Marijuana Can Be A Practical Ally Against Chronic Stress

Can low doses of THC work like an antidepressant by increasing serotonin, the neurotransmitter that affects mood? Depression might be helped after all.

Holidays Got You Down? A Look At Cannabis And Depression

Cannabis can improve the lives of those suffering from anxiety and depression. We need more clinical studies to determine how we can make this type of treatment more effective.

How Safe Is It To Smoke Marijuana Every Day?

We hear a variation of this question a lot. "Am I an addict if I smoke marijuana every day?"

Anxiety And Stress Scientifically Proven To Be Reduced By Cannabis

What if a scientific report was released that showed that marijuana helped to significantly reduce depression, anxiety and stress?

How Marijuana’s CBD Can Fix America’s Depression Problem

Depression can be a devastating condition, one that has a person laying in bed for months or longer and feeling as if they just aren’t what they should be, or on the other side of the spectrum,

Microdosing Marijuana For Depression: What To Expect

Depression — major depressive disorder in clinical-speak — affects 40 million adults every year. It is treatable, but only 40 percent of those affected will seek appropriate help.

Marijuana May Work To Trigger Psychosis In Some People

A recently published study suggests that risks between cannabis use and psychosis are real, though the risk is substantially lower than once believed.

PTSD And Cannabis: Why The FDA-Approved Study Is Great For Doctors

We often see PTSD in the headlines along with the hardships it has had upon those who have served our country so valiantly. Yet this barely scratches the surface of the damage this disorder has had on all of the individuals who suffer.