Firecrackers, the humble yet potent weed edible that's super-easy to make.
Anyone who has an opioid prescription in New York just became eligible for medical cannabis.
Here's everything you ever wanted to know about the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937. What it was and how it has shaped the legal and cultural...
Licenses for growers, producers and dispensaries are still pending and the state's patient database isn't set up yet.
If you’re worried you’ve got some laced weed, you’ve come to the right place. Hopefully, you’re not experiencing any laced weed symptoms. If you are, it...
Data suggests that legal medical cannabis can lower opioid use and dependency while also helping addicts cope with withdrawal.
So far, the ban on smokable forms of medical cannabis only applies to dispensary products. Licensed patients can still smoke marijuana they grow at home.
In addition to banning smokable forms of medical marijuana, OSMA wants to limit dispensary locations and require pharmacists to be present.
Fortunately, laced weed isn't very common, and legalization is making it rarer still.
Using self-reported data from non-cancer chronic pain patients over four years, the study found that cannabis users had worse outcomes than non-users.