Buckle up smokers, this one might sting the ego a bit. Court documents, insider information and age-old information from tobacco companies will hopefully illustrate for the cannabis community why the color of your ash does not necessarily indicate that you’re smoking the best weed.
February 29, 2024
Senate Memorial 12 is a request for the New Mexico Department of Health and University of New Mexico to study psilocybin and research regulatory requirements for a therapeutic program.
February 28, 2024
As medical sales and enrollment gradually decline, the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission is introducing digital medical cannabis cards with no registration and renewal fees shortly after reducing fees for its physical medical cards.
February 7, 2024
Researchers also asked survey participants about their opinions on whether psilocybin should be covered by the country’s public health system, and if they support legalization.
January 25, 2024
A new study discusses medical cannabis use and chronic pain.
January 24, 2024
The notion that consuming cannabis can often be described as a one-way ticket to a bag of Cheetos has echoed throughout the scores of history (at least since 1948 when Cheetos were invented). After hundreds of years of people using cannabis to help them eat, modern scientists may have found a logical explanation in the brain for this phenomenon.
January 18, 2024
As legislators discuss bills for this year’s legislative session, cannabis legalization and fentanyl are hot topics.
January 10, 2024
Results showed that more than 500 of cancer survivor participants treated their symptoms with cannabis.
January 8, 2024