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2,500-Year-Old Bong Suggests Ancient Chinese Got High at Funerals

Cannabis was burned in a wooden brazier to comfort the bereaved at an ancient burial site in China's Eastern Pamir region.

Does Endocannabinoid Deficiency Play a Role in These Common Illnesses?

Dr. Ethan Russo, a prominent cannabis researcher, weighs in on his theory of endocannabinoid deficiency—or the idea that many common illnesses might be caused by an unbalanced endocannabinoid system.

Canadian Government Earmarks $24.5M for Cannabis Research Projects

Through the Canadian Institute of Health Research, Bill Blair announced federal funding intentions that focus on research and education.

How Cannabis Cultivation Has Advanced Farming Technologies

See how cannabis has already helped in making the future a little greener.

CBD Can Help Curb Heroin Cravings, New Study Finds

The findings suggest a role for CBD “in helping to break the cycle of addiction,” researchers at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital said.

Meet Geraniol, the Sweet Cannabis Terpene With a Citrus Aroma

Derived from the fragrant geranium flower, geraniol appears in a host of fruits and is commonly used in the fragrance industry for its sweet scent.

THC-Blood Levels Can’t Be Determined Postmortem, Research Finds

New research questions the accuracy of THC levels of individuals involved in fatal car accidents.

In Photos: Watch the Creation of Edibles & Dissolvable Cannabinoids

Take a tour of the Stillwater production facility, creators of dissolvable cannabinoid product "Ripple" and edible gummies.

Cannabis Can Make You More Creative—But It’s Complicated

Is the link between cannabis and creativity authentic? Here’s what current science has to say about it.

What Is Myrcene and What Does This Cannabis Terpene Do?

Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in modern commercial cannabis. It's said to relieve pain, inflammation, and insomnia, but what does the science actually say?

The Mysterious Cannabis Terpene Phellandrene

Coming from several eucalyptus plant species, little is known about the secondary terpene Phellandrene, although it has been a staple in Eastern medicine for a long time.

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.

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