A batch of dried cannabis flower has been recalled by both its producer and the Canadian government department Health Canada.
Taking psilocybin can affect one’s emotional state when listening to music, according to new research presented earlier this month.
Published in the British Medical Journal Case Reports, the case study followed one woman in her 80s who had been diagnosed with lung cancer but had refused surgery, chemotherapy, or radiotherapy. Instead, she took oral drops of cannabis oil.
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners said that criminal activity relating to marijuana production has “dramatically increased” since Oregon residents voted to legalize cannabis in 2014.
Ahead of Canada's third anniversary of cannabis legalization, Michael J. Armstrong, an associate professor at Goodman School of Business, Brock University, unpacks just how legalization rolled out across the country.
States with legal recreational cannabis markets were less likely to report large numbers of e-cigarette or vaping-associated lung injury (EVALI) cases during the 2019 vaping crisis, a new study has found.
The new bill requires the state Department of Cannabis Control to appoint at least one cannabinoid test as the standard for state-certified labs by January 1, 2023.