High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Med-Pot Patients Turn Away from Prescription Pills, Booze

Patients with access to pot typically reduce their consumption of prescription pills, booze and hard drugs.  

OxyContin for Children is FDA Approved, While Cannabis Remains Illegal

While the federal government continues to balk at the idea of legalizing cannabis oil, even low-THC strains with minimal to no intoxication for children suffering from a variety of conditions, they apparently do not have any issue with the youth of America getting hooked ...

Study: Medical Marijuana Access Reduces Painkiller Abuse

According to a study published last year in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine, the enactment of statewide medicinal marijuana laws is associated with significantly lower state-level opioid overdose mortality rates. Investigators conducted a...

Pot Activist Wants to Help Heroin Epidemic... With an African Plant and the Kardashians

Long time marijuana activist and organizer of the Global Million Marijuana March, Dana Beal has set his sights on tackling a new problem—the growing heroin epidemic. And he has quite the plan to do it.

Massachusetts Police Force Offers Free Drug Treatment Instead of Arrest

While most law enforcement agencies across the United States continue to treat drug users as though they are common criminals, some have cast out their old school methodologies and adopted a more common sense approach to combating the scourge of addiction on their city st...



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