Interview with two physicians working with patients who are finding that marijuana cures some conditions that no other medicine has helped.
Formulation expert James Carberry and educator Sarara Corva give us a run-down on cannabinoids and a solution for those who think getting high is the downside of marijuana.
Former Prosecutor, LEAP Board Member and international development specialist Inge Frykland knows the real cost of the drug war, at home and abroad.
The CARERS Act and a new coalition of conservative adversaries present an uphill battle on multiple fronts for Sessions’ war on marijuana states.
Unique perspective from former prosecutor, Dr. Inge Fryklund, on how legalizing drugs could solve drug problems and end the Afghan War.
St George’s, University of London Department of Oncology shows evidence that cannabinoids kill leukemia cells when combined with chemotherapy.
Former Super Bowl defensive end Marvin Washington returns to update his efforts to educate sports leaders and change NFL medical marijuana policy.
Most people know at least one person with multiple sclerosis. Cannabis may provide MS patients with new hope, as Dr. George Anastassov explains.
Cannabis expert Mara Gordon explains why, combined with conventional cancer therapies like chemo, cannabis provides new hope for cancer patients.
Christian Bogner, M.D. explains why cannabis is necessary for treating autism. A mother of an autistic child has anecdotal evidence suggesting he’s right.
At its most basic, the endocannabinoid system is a communication network that supports neurological health, immunity and sense of well being.
What do the world’s first Bible, Old Glory, Ford’s Model-T, the first Levis and your great-grannie’s apple pie have in common? All were made of Hemp!