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Burnley cannabis food supplement store 'will be first in the UK'

A shop thought to be the first in the UK dedicated to a cannabis compound with claimed health benefits is due to open in East Lancashire.

The EPA won't regulate harmful pesticides in marijuana crops

The Environmental Protection Agency is in charge of regulating pesticides and other chemicals used on agricultural products. But it turns out there's one crop that they don't care about if it's poisoned

Doctors call for greater access to medical cannabis

Patients who need cannabis as treatment “have been forgotten”, and before discussing the recreational use of the plant, Malta should prioritise access to more medicinal cannabis preparations, the authorities are being urged.

New Jersey panel recommends 40 more conditions for medical marijuana coverage

Medical marijuana has been legal in New Jersey for nearly 7 years, but only patients with a handful of conditions are al...

Is there a medical cannabis crisis brewing in Germany?

A looming product shortage, regulatory bureaucracy and insurance issues create a maelstrom of woes for German medical cannabis patients.

Tracking medical marijuana from farm to patient

Tracking medical marijuana from farm to patient

As Humboldt County maneuvers the legalization of marijuana, officials tried something they've never done before, a Humboldt Proof of Origin Pilot Program for medical cannabis. 

PTSD patients eligible for medical marijuana starting today in Minnesota

Beginning today, patients with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder will be allowed to purchase medical marijuana in Minnesota.

Maneka Gandhi recommends legalising medical marijuana. Here are 10 countries that have ...

As Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi recently suggested legalising marijuana in India for medical purposes, let's take a look at the countries that have paved the way with legal marijuana laws.

Medicinal marijuana helps Waretown boy

No one has to tell David Mitchell about the positive effects medicinal marijuana can have on a person’s quality of life.

Lawsuit against Attorney General filed challenging Schedule I status of marijuana

Four American citizens and one organization have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the classification of marijuana as having no medical value, specifically naming U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions