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Meet the ‘Bliss Molecule’ Anandamide, a Cannabinoid Your Body Produces

Your body produces its own cannabinoids, much like THC and CBD found in the cannabis plant. Anandamide is one of them and it's known for enhancing your mood.

Smoke Up and Drive for Science—Volunteers Needed

Researchers in Colorado are looking for volunteers to toke and turn...and drive, swerve, brake, and park. Are you ready to take on the simulator for science?

Can You Donate or Receive a Kidney If You Use Cannabis?

Despite the incredible need for donor organs, recipients and donors who are also cannabis consumers have traditionally been turned away, but new research and state legislatures are changing that.

NHL Alumni Study Centres on CBD, Puts THC on Ice

The study focused on CBD aims to help determine “the secret sauce” that can be used to treat pain and post-concussion neurological disorders.

Want to Get a Degree in Cannabis? Here’s Where to Start

A growing number of colleges are adding cannabis to the curriculum to prepare graduates for careers cultivating, researching, analyzing, and marketing the herb.

Are You About to Puff on a Fake Vape Pen?

What if everything about your vape game—from the pen itself to the oil inside—is fake? Learn more about what’s inside your vape and how it was created.

Using CBD to Tame a Cannabis High? Small Doses May Have the Opposite Effect

CBD can either dampen an out-of-control cannabis high or boost it. Here's how CBD dosage controls the ascent or descent of your high.

Will Tomorrow’s THC Be Brewed in a Lab?

Yeast gave humanity bread and beer—our cannabis buzz may be next.

Why CBD Works Better With a Little THC (Even If You Don’t Want to Get High)

Cannabis research has shown that even a small amount of THC can make your CBD medicine more effective. Here's why.

The Home Hashmaking Buyer’s Guide

Did you know you can make delicious hash with leftover cannabis plant material? Here are some products to make hash at home.

What Is Caryophyllene and What Does This Cannabis Terpene Do?

Caryophyllene is a spicy terpene—it’s the bite in freshly cracked pepper, and it’s found in cloves and cinnamon. It’s also the only cannabis terpene known to directly activate cannabinoid receptors in the body.

Science Backs Most Medical Cannabis Treatment, Study Finds

About 85% of patients' reasons for using medical cannabis were supported by substantial or conclusive evidence, according to a new study published in the journal Health Affairs.

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.

Oregon’s Cannabis Lab Testing System Flunks State Audit

No one is watching the watchmen in Oregon — where lax cannabis lab oversight drew official censure this week.

UC Berkeley Launches a Cannabis Research Center

One ongoing study could help more cannabis farmers go legal. Other research is flourishing as stigma against the crop dies out in academia.

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