Several states passed medical and recreational marijuana provisions, in what is turning out to be the biggest electoral victory for marijuana reform since 2012.
Researchers have pieced together the clearest picture to date of how THC binds to a specific cannabinoid receptor in the brain to produce the "high" associated with marijuana use.
The question of whether pot should be legal is a big theme on state ballots this year. It’s more common for lawmakers to support its medical use. What will the outcome be?
Proper joint rolling is considered a fine art in many social circles.To achieve longer, more leisurely smoke sessions, here are a few tips to help make your joints last longer.
Cannabis can have an indefinite shelf life, but only if all of the proper conditions have been met. Here are five cues you can use to sense if your cannabis is old or bad.
With pot on the ballot in nine states, the big winner in next Tuesday's election could be America's legal cannabis industry.
Good or bad, here’s a list of common and not-so-common cannabis superstitions many enthusiasts have believed and continue to abide by lest they want to be cursed with bad luck (or, worse yet, bad bud).
The Gallup Poll has just measured a noteworthy uptick in the number of Americans who admit to both current and experimental use of cannabis.
Red eyes are typically a classic, telltale giveaway that someone’s smoked cannabis. What causes this common reaction? A few factors may come into play.
On Tuesday, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch acknowledged that the consumption of cannabis does not lead a person to use harder drugs. Lynch’s public statement may be the clearest repudiation yet of the mythical “gateway theory” originally fabricated by drug czar Harry Anslinger in the 1950s.