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Emily Earlenbaugh
Dr. Emily Earlenbaugh is a cannabis writer and educator. She is the Director of Education for Mindful Cannabis Consulting, where she teaches patients how to find the cannabis options that work best for them. She regularly writes about cannabis science and culture for publications like Cannabis Now Magazine, SF Chronicle’s GreenState, HelloMD, and Big Buds Magazine. Emily has a doctorate in philosophy of science from UC Davis.
Most Popular Articles

Why Is CBD Illegal If It’s Non-Intoxicating?

Safe, effective and non-psychoactive… why is CBD still Schedule 1?

Got Anxiety? Study Finds Cannabis Strains to Try, or Avoid

Kushes reigned supreme in a patient survey of anti-anxiety strains. Chocolope gave people the most heebie-jeebies.

The Most Efficient Way to Smoke Cannabis? Study Says Dabs

A milligram saved is a milligram earned. And the THC savings pile up in dab rigs, concludes research published in Forensic Science International this month.

Women Say Cannabis Makes for Better Orgasms

Women using cannabis before sex reported increased sex drive, orgasm, lubrication, and overall satisfaction. The more cannabis, the merrier.

Allergies Buggin’ Out? Cannabis Can Help, or Hurt

Amid contradictory research, Leafly asks cannabis doctors about marijuana for allergy relief.

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We Dabbed the Most Expensive Cannabis Extract in California

Blue River Strawnana Mochi Flan costs four times more per gram than gold.

Is Neem Oil Causing Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome?

Is cannabis overuse—or pesticides—behind cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome? Leafly investigates the potential causes of this cyclical vomiting phenomenon.

Washington Consumes More Cannabis Than Any Region on Earth, Study Says

Wastewater surveys of 60 global cities ranked Puget Sound #1 in THC use per capita.

Workplace Deaths Fell 34% After Medical Cannabis Legalization

Why? Younger adult workers might be using less alcohol, opioids in medical cannabis states.

Allergies Buggin’ Out? Cannabis Can Help, or Hurt

Amid contradictory research, Leafly asks cannabis doctors about marijuana for allergy relief.

Women Say Cannabis Makes for Better Orgasms

Women using cannabis before sex reported increased sex drive, orgasm, lubrication, and overall satisfaction. The more cannabis, the merrier.

The Most Efficient Way to Smoke Cannabis? Study Says Dabs

A milligram saved is a milligram earned. And the THC savings pile up in dab rigs, concludes research published in Forensic Science International this month.

Got Anxiety? Study Finds Cannabis Strains to Try, or Avoid

Kushes reigned supreme in a patient survey of anti-anxiety strains. Chocolope gave people the most heebie-jeebies.

Why Is CBD Illegal If It’s Non-Intoxicating?

Safe, effective and non-psychoactive… why is CBD still Schedule 1?