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Could MARIJUANA cure menstrual cramps?

New York lawmakers are set to approve the drug for that time of the month - but gynecologists warn we lack research

The Spark: How a Curator Matches Art With Cannabis Strains

The world of cannabis packaging is exploding with creative new concepts, and thanks to industry growth, designs are rapidly shifting toward classier and ever more consumer-friendly while striving to truly reflect the particular strain or product within.

Medicinal marijuana and the lengths Australian farmers must go to in securely growing it

Fingerprint scanners, motion sensor laser alarms, security teams and top secret locations sound like the stuff of spy movies, not Australian farms.

Olivia Newton-John Is Using Cannabis Oil To Treat Her Cancer

Olivia Newton-John announced in May that she has once again been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. In the early 1990s, the singer and actress entered remission after successful chemotherapy, but unfortunately, the cancer has now spread to the base of her spine.

Medical marijuana dispensary has made a cannabis-infused PIZZA for patients in Boston

Ermont Inc has created a weed-infused personal-sized cheese pizza for $38 The Quincy, Mass., medical marijuana dispensary launched it three weeks ago The pizza has 125mg of THC - the psychoactive compound in marijuana

Risks Of Investing In Medical Cannabis

In a change of pace from our usual research, we take a look into medicinal cannabis, which has shown that it may provide an alternative solution to some of mankind’s most untreatable diseases.

A compound in cannabis is 'significantly' effective in destroying cancerous tumours in leukaemia

A compound in cannabis is 'significantly' effective in destroying cancerous tumours in leukaemia, research suggests.

Endogenous Cannabinoids are Important for Gut Health

The small molecule, anandamide, is an endocannabinoid synthesized in the gut. Anandamide plays a key role in gut health and immune response.

How Veterans Are Helping Advance Marijuana-PTSD Research

The waiting room at the Scottsdale Research Institute in Arizona could be any doctor’s office, except for the faint smell of marijuana.

Study finds cannabis plant could hold key to improving negative symptoms of schizophrenia

An active compound in cannabis plants, once isolated, could be used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia according to findings of a new study.