Israel stays a step ahead of the cannabis curve as usual by introducing a cannabis specialization degree.
Researchers in Israel found that medical cannabis therapy helped reduce pain and improve quality of life for most fibromyalgia patients.
InterCure announces plans to expand into 10 countries over next two years.
Cannabis plants tailored to specific ailments could be just around the corner.
This week, the Knesset will vote upon the issue of marijuana decriminalization.
The most advanced countries for marijuana research are using science to defeat the stigma while getting people the medicine they need.
This country could be close to exporting medical marijuana, boosting the spirits of the thousands of patients who benefit from the herb.
At the forefront of medical marijuana, Israel's Ministry of Health approves medical marijuana vaporizer.
If a bill comes to pass, Israel could soon decriminalize marijuana.
It's helping with several conditions that get slim to no relief from prescription medication, but can medical marijuana benefit people with autism as well?