A key U.S. Senate committee says marijuana’s current federal classification blocks scientific research on its effects.
Many people have talked about the need for more research into the potential of medical marijuana. But a foundation in California is backing the talk.
Jeff Sessions hates marijuana. Hates it, with a passion that has animated almost nothing else in his career. “Good people don’t smoke marijuana,” he has said.
Lab testing cannabis products is not currently required, it’s voluntary. Even if a product is found to be contaminated, it can still make it’s way into dispensaries to be sold, bought and consumed.
Trump and Sessions are ignoring voters’ overwhelming support for medical marijuana. Will Congress listen?
Never mind what President Trump said on the campaign trail. His administration and GOP leaders appear determined to eliminate protections for medical marijuana growers, sellers and users.
Marijuana legalization just moved from the fringes of the last presidential campaign to center stage in 2020.
United Patients Group in Forbes – ‘Marijuana Justice Act’ Would End Weed Prohibition Throughout The Land
Presented today, a new congressional bill aims to get government and cannabis on the same side of the law by ending a decades-long federal ban on the plant.
This winter, Dr. Donald Abrams, a professor of clinical medicine at UCSF, hosted an optional seminar about the pharmacology of cannabis for medical students. After explaining how cannabinoid receptors were among the most important in the brain, and how cannabis interacted with them, he paused and asked a simple question.
Rolling back protections from federal interference in state legalization laws could worsen the opioid overdose crisis
(Baltimore, MD – May 31, 2017) – Medical marijuana education leader United Patients Group is proud to present its cutting edge medical cannabis course, Medical Cannabis: A Clinical Focus, in Baltimore, Maryland on June 2-3, 2017.
Harm reduction is a strategy for treating addiction that begins with acceptance.
In 1898, Scientific American featured a comprehensive overview of contemporary medicinal cannabis research, prepared by Dr. G. Archie Stockwell.