Another study is adding evidence to the case for the treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease with the compounds in cannabis.
A young boy named Landon Riddle was diagnosed with Leukemia, and was told by his doctors that he only had an 8-10% chance of living for more than a day or two. Landon’s grandmother suggested that they look into cannabis oil treatment.
It’s no secret that cannabis is medicine and is helping a lot of people, especially cancer patients. But did you know that a quarter of all cancer patients use cannabis?
A handheld device that police could use to test drivers for the presence of THC is being developed by researchers at Washington State University.
Northsight Capital Appoints Pharmaceutical and Biotech Sales Industry Veteran John B. Hollister as Chief Executive Officer
Hollister stated: “With the rapidly evolving view of medical and personal use of marijuana, comes a tremendous need for access to information. Northsight Capital has put together a collection of powerful domains and has built out a virtual community of resources for all things marijuana. We are very excited about helping connect consumers with the information, products, events and services they would like.”
Sure, it's the pun of all puns, but the marijuana industry really is growing like a weed.
Over the past few years, research has revealed that marijuana can both destroy certain cancer cells and reduce the growth of others. Now, a new study in mice has found that when combined with radiation treatment, cannabis can effectively shrink one of the most aggressive types of brain tumors.
In a move very uncharacteristic to its previous activities, Anonymous is pledging support for a phone protest campaign that will take place on November 6 in the US, one that hopes to convince members of the US government to finally legalize marijuana use nationwide.
Many believe that legal states are basically cannabis paradises, brimming with places to smoke and legal lounges. But in reality, there really aren't that many places to smoke cannabis in legal states.
Bob Marley, legendary Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter, musician, and guitarist, will soon be the face of what's being called the "first global brand of marijuana."