A four-year study shows that cannabis for chronic non-cancer pain is safe and effective.
Smoking, vaporizing and eating dried bud is the only legal way to ingest medical marijuana in Canada. It might be the most common, but it’s not the most nutritious.
The black truffle, a fungi known for its strong, syrupy sweet taste, contains a mood-lifting molecule that acts similar to THC.
Alzheimer’s disease has no cure, but research shows that cannabis may slow or stop the degenerative effects.
Chronic pain can be entirely intolerable, and often comes with many accompanying symptoms. Should pharmaceutical medication be the first step in management?
Two thirds of schizophrenic patients respond to currently available medication. Could cannabis be a better antipsychotic medication?