Oregon voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a measure to legalize recreational marijuana. Here's a Q&A on what happens next.
Do you live in a country depending on nuclear energy? Then, you may want to plant and use marijuana.
Residents of Oregon, Alaska, and the U.S. capital voted to legalize marijuana on Tuesday, in key victories that could fuel the legalization movement as cannabis usage is increasingly recognized by the American mainstream.
Looking for alternative cancer treatment? Why not try using marijuana? Rick Simpson is a marijuana advocate who claims that marijuana cures cancer. He said that marijuana, more specifically hemp oil, can cure all types of cancers and other diseases as well.
Every industry has hot products that just fly off the shelves, and the cannabis industry is no different. Here are a few cannabis products that most cannabis consumers just can’t live without.
Questions about legalizing recreational marijuana will appear on ballots in Alaska, the District of Columbia and Oregon. But it’s not clear all these states will follow the lead of Colorado and Washington, which legalized marijuana by ballot initiative in 2012.
Every morning, Katie Marsh starts her day with a green smoothie— infused with cannabis.
A coalition of law enforcers has come out in support of marijuana legalization in Oregon, less than a week before voters will decide the issue at the polls.
Marijuana can allegedly cure cancer, which is a dreaded disease that can be fatal. Chemo and radiotherapy are some of the known cures for cancer. The aim is to contain and kill the cancer cells and prevent them from spreading to other parts of the body. This is claimed to be the effect of cannabinoids to the body.
The marijuana industry is red hot, and it has the rapidly changing views of the public to thank.