Cannabis may be a promising alternative for chronic pain sufferers who are turning to illicit opioids to manage their symptoms, according to the results of a new study.
More than 1,300 participants said that inhaled cannabis reduced the severity of their headaches and migraines by 49.6 percent and 47.3 percent, respectively.
Consisting of 10,179 people, the poll is reportedly the largest ever sampled for those self-medicating with cannabis.
We take a look at what it's like to operate a successful fully licensed cannabis distribution, cultivation, and manufacturing company in LA.
In a historic first, a key congressional committee has approved a bill which would end the federal prohibition of cannabis.
Young people who use cannabis frequently may be more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared to non-users,
It might be a market in North America, but across the pond, cannabis is a legal mire. Is there a path to regulation?
Rates of cannabis use disorder in adolescents have increased in states that have legalized recreational use, according to a new observational study.