Provincial bodies have been slow to support injured workers who are prescribed cannabis for pain.
As medical cannabis legalization spreads, more patients are turning to the plant for their complaints and illnesses.
At the Taboo Naughty But Nice Sex Show in Vancouver, a group of customers approached the MJ Creams booth, buying cannabis massage oil and inquiring about the potency of the cannabis-infused lollipops.
TTC says it must keep the public safe and won’t take chances with any form of cannabis.
Shirley Avedon, 90, had never been a cannabis user.
Green smoothies and cold-pressed juices are lauded for their ability to give the body a boost without taxing the digestive system as much as eating does.
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.