Federal regulators have released a joint statement clarifying that banks no longer have to take extra measures to track accounts for hemp-related businesses, following the crop’s legalization.
The number of legal cannabis samples tested in California has jumped 49 percent since June, but experts warn that the state's underperforming cannabis market isn't out of the woods yet.
Young adults with medical cannabis cards are often those who already use the drug heavily, rather than those with qualifying mental or physical health issues, claims a new study.
In our latest interview series, we discuss the potential of psychedelics to revolutionize clinical neuroscience with thought leaders in the field. In this first interview of our series exploring the Neuroscience of Psychedelics, we talk to Johns Hopkins Associate Professor Gul Dölen, who has spent years exploring the effects of MDMA on the mammalian (and more recently, cephalopod) brain.
In Colorado, it seems cannabis-related crime doesn’t just pay – it pays tax.
Kiwi voters have been given the best look yet on what they’ll be voting on in the country’s upcoming cannabis referendum.
The Sapphire Medical Foundation will provide financial support to prospective patients on modest means.