cannabinoids

What You Need To Know About The Healing Benefits Of Marijuana’s CBG

Cannabis is an extremely complex plant, and it contains many more cannabinoids than just THC and CBD. Let's Talk about CBG.

How Marijuana’s THCV Can Positively Impact Your Life

When you think about cannabis and its counterparts, what comes to mind? Perhaps you think of two of the most well-known cannabinoids—THC or CBD.

Marijuana Cancer Research Wins Science Fair For This High Schooler

Let this be a lesson for every underachieving child who recycles the cliché baking soda volcano at their school’s science fair.

Are Synthetic Cannabinoid Medications As Effective As Marijuana?

Scientists have found ways to synthesize man-made cannabinoids, some of which have been FDA-approved medicines for several decades. But how do artificial cannabinoids compare to the real thing?

10 Glorious Cannabinoids In Marijuana And What They Can Do For You

There was once a time when the biggest problem a cannabis enthusiast experienced is where to score a sack of marijuana.

Why You Need To Start Eating Raw Cannabis: 5 Reasons

Eating or drinking raw cannabis sounds kind of gross, but there’s enough evidence to make us think that the plant should be mixed in a salad.

A Primer On The Science Of Cannabis Terpenes And Cannabinoids

Among the Cannabis Woman's Alliance’s recent educational offerings included a panel of leading voices in the cannabis industry to discuss the science of terpenes.

Marijuana May Be The Hero Psoriasis Patients Need

Psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that causes itchy, red scale to appear on the skin, is no stranger to the three million people who suffer from it.

Science Tells Us Exactly How Marijuana Makes Us Feel Happy

After you enjoy a marijuana session, do you experience a bout of unrestrainable giggling? But how does marijuana make you feel happy?

For Our Veterans: How Cannabinoids Soothe PTSD Symptoms

Researches of this study concluded that the brain’s response to trauma essentially changes when administered cannabinoids.