Those in the marijuana industry add flavors, aromas and effects to weed with the help of terpenes.
There are many urban myths about ways people can improve their high while using marijuana.
In the first of a three-part series, we introduce three common terpenes and the health benefits associated with them.
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
If you’re new to marijuana, shopping at a dispensary can be an overwhelming experience.
It’s about technology transfer, not legalization.
THC is the stuff that gets you high; CBD (cannabidiol) is the stuff that makes you feel better. And we have a primer on it just for you.
Some potentially good news about cannabis compounds is wafting from the Salk Institute labs in San Diego.
Yeast fermentation technique allows researchers to isolate cannabinoids for treatment of different diseases.
Research suggests that cannabis exposure may affect DNA-bound proteins, sperm chromatin and have an impact on fertility, embryo development and offspring health.