cannabinoids

Researchers Just Extracted Cannabinoids Using A Keurig

Their thesis describes quick extraction of cannabinoids using hard-cap espresso machines, such as a Keurig or Nespresso.

How Marijuana Does More For Age-Related Osteoporosis Than Calcium

Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones become weak and brittle. It’s typically due to loss of tissue, which happens as we age and hormonal changes.

Federal Court Denies Review Of DEA’s Marijuana Extract Rule

Last week, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied a lawsuit challenging the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) controversial Marihuana Extracts Rule.

What Is THCA In Cannabis And What Can It Do For You?

THCA is a unique compound because it’s not only non-psychoactive and medically beneficial, but it’s the acid form of THC that’s found in the raw cannabis plant.

Texans Urging Republicans To Expand Medical Marijuana Access

With the midterm elections fast approaching, politicians have hit the campaign trail. Many key battles are being waged throughout the country, and we’re seeing cannabis emerge as a significant platform issue.

Personalized Treatment: The Future Of Medical Cannabis

As medical cannabis becomes more mainstream, doctors, as well as their patients, are looking for the best treatment combination for individual conditions.

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?