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Fact Check: Is Marijuana’s CBD Psychoactive Or Not?

CBD is frequently mischaracterized as ‘non-psychoactive’ or ‘non-psychotropic’ in comparison to THC, but these terms are inaccurate, given its prominent pharmacological benefits on anxiety, schizophrenia, addiction, and possibly even depression.

What Impact Does Cannabis Consumption Have On Our Hormones?

Cannabis impacts a plethora of hormones including, but not limited to: estrogen, testosterone, and growth hormones. But how so?

How Medical Marijuana Can Help Those With ADD And ADHD Focus

From hyperactivity to impulses and inattentiveness, ADD and ADHD are most common in children but can persist in adult years.

Science Says Marijuana Might Be Nature’s Aphrodisiac

Now science might have your back. A recently-published study in the Pharmacological Research journal suggest that marijuana could be a proven aphrodisiac.

New Study Claims Marijuana Users Have Higher Sperm Counts

Maybe marijuana is not the answer to male infertility but hopefully these studies will help researchers stumble upon something that could.

Sexual Afterglow: What It Is And Why It’s Actually Good For...

Most adults know what I’m talkin’ about when we’re talkin’ about sexual afterglow. It’s that warm and fuzzy feeling in the hours after getting intimate.

How to Start Talking to Your Doctor About Cannabis and CBD

If you feel reluctant to discuss the possible benefits you can experience from CBD or cannabis use, here is some advice on how to raise the topic and talk to your doctor.

What Happened When NASA Gave Spiders Marijuana?

If spiders get high on marijuana, would the webs they weave become more intricate? More creative? More artistic? Or would it become a sloppy mess?

Mouth On Fire? Here’s How Cannabis Can Help

It turns out there are (at least) two hurdles to clear before THC tablets can take their place in America’s medicine cabinets next to Rolaids and Prilosec.

Smoking Marijuana And Fighting Lung Cancer: Here Are The Facts

Well, not all smoke is created equal when it comes to lung cancer. A study from UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine showed that some smoke does not hurt.