One of the mysteries that inspires the most curiosity amongst researchers is how cannabis compounds interact with each other, producing different medicinal benefits and highs.
Artificially added terpenes in vaping products create more toxins for users than THC, latest study finds.
As the cannabis industry continues to grow, it's important to minimize environmental harm.
Cannabidiol or CBD is a hot topic these days, especially as the 2018 Farm Bill just passed in the U.S, effectively legalizing low to no THC bearing cannabis.
Different terpenes attract us for different reasons and one person’s bedtime medication is another person’s panic attack.
People usually associate terpenes only with the fragrance and flavor of a marijuana strain in question, but the reality is quite far from it.
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Although there is not much scientific evidence proving the existence of the marijuana hangover, anyone who has ever had an overly ambitious night with a fat sack of grass will tell you that it is real.