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Cool Canna-Tech From Tel Aviv: Pharma Inhalers & Vibrating Vapes

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL — This city is a nutty place, full of contradictions, a liberal bubble inside a conservative country. It has a thriving LGBT…

Cannabis Study: How THC Affects Learning and Memory at Different Ages

A 2017 study looked at the impact of THC on memory in young vs. older mice. Learn more about the findings and what it could mean for future research.

Like Peas in a Pod: Startup Aims to Bring Co-Working to Cannabis

A Florida-based startup aims to create what it calls the first-ever “co-growing and co-working space for cannabis entrepreneurs.”

Haute Box: 9 Must-Have Home Cannabis Appliances

From grow incubators to at-home oil extractors, our list of the latest high-tech cannabis appliances details nine classy electronics worth the splurge.

Cannabis Oil Distillate: A Different Kind of Concentrate

Learn how cannabis distillate concentrates are processed, how easy they are to both consume and infuse, and what they mean for the industry.

Cannabis Pharmaceutical Epidiolex Aids Children With Epilepsy, Study Finds

A medicine made from cannabis but that does not get you high reduced seizures in kids with a severe form of epilepsy, according to a new study.

Sign Us Up: WSU Needs Volunteers to Consume Cannabis

Pullman, Washington, is not a town known for its cannabis consumption, but that could soon change.

We’re Pretty Sure the Robot That Invented These Paint Colors Is a Stoner

A research scientist trained a neural network to concoct new paint colors, and the resulting data generated by the artificial intelligence program could double as strain names.

How Many Prescriptions Are Replaced by Cannabis? Canada Study Explores an Answer

Find recent survey data from patients enrolled in Canada’s MMPR program to see how many replaced their prescription drugs with medical cannabis.

Full Spectrum Extracts: An Inside Look at This Hash Oil

Learn about full spectrum extracts, a type of hash oil that includes a higher percentage of a cannabis plant’s unique cannabinoids and terpenes.

Robot Budtenders Are Coming to Scan Your Fingerprints

For anyone who’s ever been too anxious or paranoid to interact with a living, breathing human being when purchasing cannabis, one company has a solution.

The Future of Cannabis May Lie in Terpene Isolation

Learn more about terpene isolation, and discover how it’s paving the way for a variety of new cannabis products and applications.

How Canadian Licensed Producers Are Driving Medical Marijuana Research

Learn about how licensed producers across Canada are helping drive some of the first large-scale clinical trials on the benefits of medical cannabis.

Psychedelic Science 2017 Conference: Leafly Reports From the Front Lines

Learn about topics being covered at the 2017 Psychedelic Science Conference, from psychiatric breakthroughs to the boundaries of human consciousness.

Dustup Over NIDA-Grown Ditch Weed Leads Johns Hopkins to Ditch PTSD Study

The prestigious research university was all behind the PTSD study. Then NIDA's crappy 'research grade' cannabis arrived.

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