This could cause myriad issues relating to medical marijuana access.
Fortunately, laced weed isn't very common, and legalization is making it rarer still.
Many believe that ayahuasca is a transformative experience that can help treat depression, addiction, and other ailments.
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.
An in-depth look at cannabis beyond just THC and CBD.
Dr. Rav Ivker wants people to start thinking critically about concentrates.
The short answer is, as you might have guessed, no.
CBD is great for humans with chronic pain. But what about dogs? Can cannabinoids help your canine?