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We are in the midst of a global pandemic of COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. COVID-19 has reached far into the average person’s everyday life, fundamentally changing the way we approach social situations and normal daily outings. Among people’s many concerns is whether cannabis use is safe during the outbreak, and how best to...

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Smoking weed is, and has been, one of humanity’s most cherished social bonding rituals. But sharing cannabis with friends, family, and co-workers carries the inherent risk of spreading illnesses such as the common cold, the flu — and yes — even SARS-CoV-2, otherwise known as the dreaded novel coronavirus. Since many of you will throw...

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By definition, living life with a chronic illness is full of constant pain, uncomfortability, and uncertainty. But for patients living with incurable ailments like HIV or epilepsy, there is one thing that can improve day-to-day life even more than some pharmaceuticals: cannabis. According to a new research paper published in the latest issue of Phytotherapy Research, scientists...

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For decades, governments and academics told us that smoking weed would lower our IQs, slow our reflexes, and even destroy our brain cells. These Reefer Madness-like claims were based on faulty studies, and they ignore new research that not only suggests cannabis doesn’t harm the brain, but that the plant could potentially regenerate brain cells, too. The...

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A new research study found that medical cannabis can improve the efficacy of standard analgesic treatments for fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia (FM) is a condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, often experienced alongside sleep and mood disorders, fatigue, and memory issues. Many patients suffering from FM also suffer from temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ), anxiety, depression, tension headaches, and irritable...

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