Although unlikely to hit the shelves before December, Cannabis edibles are now legal to sell in Canada, 365 days after dried forms were legalized. But has the past year been a recreational success?
Researchers recommend cannabis be measured in units of 5 mg of THC, which is roughly on par with the amount of THC found in a small joint.
In a “pioneering” clinical trial, patients with Parkinson’s disease will receive CBD to treat the hallucinations and delusions associated with the disease.
Researchers were able to reverse a tell-tale sign of psychotic disorders in adolescent rats with a new FDA-approved drug.
The multi-million-dollar grant will fund research that will investigate the therapeutic potential of medicinal cannabis for treating pain and other cancer symptoms.
In light of the vaping-related lung disease outbreak across the US, the Food and Drug Administration is strengthening its consumer warnings for vape products.
One of the great arguments for legalizing cannabis – that it would reduce crime rates – has been challenged by a new statistical study.
In the absence of federal oversight, states have produced a patchwork of regulations, where rules governing cannabis testing can differ significantly across state lines - a challenge for everyone in the industry.
We talk to Dr Chris Cordier, about the cannabis extraction industry in Europe, specific extraction challenges that are currently prominent, and the future of European extraction.
Managing the neurological condition is a constant battle for the millions of people affected by multiple sclerosis around the world. But could cannabis be a new, effective treatment?