Medical Cannabis

Justice for Sean Worsley: Why and How to Help the Veteran Facing 5 Years in Prison for Medical Cannabis

Sean Worsley is a Purple Heart Veteran suffering from a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following his [...]

Justice Denied: Jessica Andreavich of Delaware

Jessica Andreavich has led her life by having compassion for others. She grew up with a sibling with Down’s Syndrome; [...]

The Dime: 6/19/2020

By Sonia Case Following important cannabis news articles every day can be a real burn-out, we know. That’s why the [...]

Where There’s Smoke: Multiple Studies Examine Cannabis Use Amid COVID-19

  By Melissa Hutsell   The novel coronavirus pandemic is catalyzing research into cannabis consumption trends. As a result, scientists [...]

Lebanon Legalizes Herb for Export

By Melissa Hutsell     In April, Lebanon joined the growing list of countries that are legalizing cannabis.  The Lebanese [...]

Study Suggests CBD Reduces Drug-Induced Cravings and Anxiety

By Melissa Hutsell   In the U.S., 128 people die everyday due to illicit or prescription opioid use, including oxycodone, [...]

Proposed Bill in California Could Put an end to Workplace Drug Screenings

A new bill proposed in California, however, could put an end to the unfair discrimination of legal consumers.

Book Review: “Cannabis: A Big Sisters’ Guide” Brings Readers Back to Basics

By Samantha Wahl   When author Mary Meade was diagnosed with late-stage cancer, she turned to cannabis to control symptoms [...]

The Digital Dime: 2/21/2020

By Samantha Wahl   Following important cannabis news articles every day can be a real burn-out, we know. That’s why [...]