Around this time of year, Hope Bobowski can’t wait to garden in the flower beds outside her home near Keremeos, in the hills of southern Interior British Columbia.
From cannabinoids to terpenes, a pot novice’s journey to finding the right strain.
“I hate the thought that somebody else could be suffering and not have to.”
When over sixty people attended a presentation on weed and pain management at Louisville’s Balfour Senior Living late last month, most of them were joking about coming for the free samples as they settled into their seats.
Lauren Meadows was a young nursing student when her joint pain, fevers, lack of dexterity and inability to lift even light objects caught the attention of her instructors.
Pam St. Clement as revealed that she uses medicinal cannabis every day.
The global market for pain relief drugs is currently US$60 billion, and will grow to more than $80 billion by 2024, according to Transparency Market Research.
You’re never too old for weed — at least, that’s according to a new study that shows seniors are the fastest growing marijuana consumers.
I wonder what my teenage pot parties would have been like if my friends and I had been consuming cannabis tea instead of smoking joints.
Next month, the qualifying medical conditions the state allows for medical cannabis use will expand to include chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder.