You are not alone if you’ve spent most of your adult life believing that cannabis is bad for you.
A lot of people nowadays are wondering, ‘Is medical marijuana different from recreational marijuana?’
This week on The Plus Factor, we’re talking about an herbal ingredient earning a blazing reputation in the wellness world: marijuana.
As Canada’s prime minister talks up the imminent legalization of marijuana, a Vancouver-based pharmaceutical startup is taking the cannabis plant apart to find compounds that could treat disorders
A brand-new market created before our eyes isn’t something you see every day — but that’s exactly what happened in 2016.
Yeast fermentation technique allows researchers to isolate cannabinoids for treatment of different diseases.
As is the case with humans, pets suffer side effects — including liver and kidney damage — from the medication they’re prescribed. But L.A. veterinarian Dr. Tim Shu says there’s a safe alternative for some of these prescriptions: medical marijuana.
The 1964 discovery and isolation of cannabinoids in marijuana, the therapeutically active components that provide relief for a wide variety of diseases and conditions, has led to research about the endogenous cannabinoid, or endocannabinoid, system in humans.
You may recall part one of our now two-part series that explores whether a person using CBD hemp oil could test positively for THC or marijuana.
Throughout this series we’ve examined four factors that impact how your cannabis strain turns out: