Medical Marijuana use among baby boomers rose tenfold over decade as seniors seek out pot for medical treatment Medical marijuana use among seniors in the U.S. rose tenfold over a decade as more baby boomers use it to treat a range of ailments, including pain, anxiety and depression, according to a University of Colorado study.
Canada’s cannabis landscape: A province-by-province breakdown As Canada’s six-month anniversary of marijuana legalization day approaches, it’s clear that it’s been a bit of a rocky road. Supply shortages have left customers and retailers frustrated across the country. Some provinces have already laid off workers or cut hours at government-run cannabis retailers, while others are still
Harvard Teams With Edmonton Based Company to Study Medical Cannabis Edmonton-based Atlas Biotechnologies has partnered with the new International Phytomedicines and Medical Cannabis Institute at Harvard Medical School to study how cannabis can help chronic pain and neurological conditions. “Our partnership will allow us to prove the efficacy of what these products can do,” says
Full Spectrum Extracts Full spectrum extracts are defined as a cannabis concentrate produced that preserves the full cannabinoid and terpene contents of the raw cannabis plant. The goal of a full spectrum extract is to maintain the complex range of desirable compounds in a cannabis plant without altering them through decarboxylation or oxidation. Full Spectrum
Matthew McConaughey Rapped for 13 Hours Straight After Accidentally Smoking Snoop Dogg’s Weed Snoop Dogg did his best to make sure Matthew McConaughey‘s weed smoking in The Beach Bum was as authentic as possible — even if that meant the actor spent half a day uttering nonsense. While filming the comedy (out now), the “Gin
Legalized Recreational Marijuana Use in Canada Impacts Global Stage A new Dalhousie University study out today suggests that support for legalization has dropped to 50.1 per cent, down 18.5 per cent from their last poll in 2017. And 20.3 per cent of respondents now express ambivalence about last October’s change to allow recreational marijuana use.