Why are Ontario’s injured workers being told to seek opioids over medical marijuana?
A Facility Giving Marijuana to People With Addiction Has Had a Major Shakeup After It Felt ‘like Walking Into a Cloud of Smoke’
The treatment was unconventional.
Toma Giuffre has binders full of newspaper clippings, personally annotated doctor’s notes, letters from lawmakers — all pieces of a puzzle she’s been trying to solve for decades: How to make the pain go away.
A painkiller prescription could become a ticket for medical marijuana in Illinois. Lawmakers there passed a bill making anyone with a prescription for opioids eligible for its medical cannabis program.
Legalizing marijuana at the federal level in the U.S. could result in fewer prescriptions of addictive substances such as opioids, Canopy Growth founder and CEO Bruce Linton told CNBC on Thursday.
NFL running back Mike James calls it his medicine for pain management, but league officials call it a banned substance.
In 2016, opioids killed more Americans than breast cancer.
‘People Are Going to Get Over Thc and Start Developing Their Terpene Palettes,’ Predicts Neuroscientist Adie Poe
The future of cannabis connoisseurship is in terpenes—not THC, according to neuroscientist Adie Poe.
At age 49, after being 20 years clean from a methamphetamine addiction, Dawn Lindsey was hopelessly hooked again.
Although certain states in America are making advancements when it comes to both recreational and medical marijuana