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Why More Seniors Are Using Cannabis to Sleep

It's safe, it's mild, you don't have to smoke it, and doesn't give you that morning-after grogginess. Bonus: In many states it's legal.

What Are the Side Effects of High-THC Cannabis?

Like all virtually all medicines, cannabis can induce its own unique set of side effects. Although not everyone’s experience comes with a side of adverse reactions, it’s worth knowing what you may be at risk for, especially if you’re a new user.

Cannabis and Dreams: Halting Long-Term Use Can Lead to One Strange Side Effect

If you’ve ever taken a hiatus from your regular cannabis routine, you may have noticed one strange side effect once your eyes close for the night: your dreams change.

How Does Cannabis Consumption Affect Insomnia?

Insomnia is its own unique agony, but now that the stigma of cannabis is slowly lifting, more people are seeking out its therapeutic sedating properties to help them sleep.

The Best Cannabis Strains for Sleep and Insomnia

Insomniacs, this list of sleepy cannabis strains is for you. Cannabis is shown to be an effective and safe sleep aid for many people, but finding the right strain is key.

Cannabis, Sleep and Nutrition: How the Endocannabinoid System Affects Our Circadian Rhythm

Studies show that sleep deprivation can impact naturally-occurring endocannabinoid levels, throwing the body's circadian rhythm out of balance and leading to weight gain.

Cannabis and Sleep: 10 Things to Know About Your Herbal Nightcap

Most consumers are aware that cannabis can help you get a good night’s sleep, but there’s a lot more to that relationship than you might think.

The Shake: Scientists Study the Munchies, New York Fears Vermont, and Portland Bans the Cannabis Drive-Thru

Today in The Shake: Growing cannabis in contaminated soil, Seattle's delivery future, and Jackie Chan's harsh stance on drugs.

The Medical Minute: Dabbing, Sleep Quality, and Meth-Induced Brain Damage

This Medical Minute covers three new developments in cannabis research: dabbing safety, cannabis use and sleep, and cannabinoid therapy for meth-induced brain damage.