The somewhat eccentric multi billionaire Elon Musk smoked a joint/blunt in an official podcast a while ago. Even if cannabis is legal in that particular state, it is still illegal on a federal level.
British researchers are going to test if cannabis can be used to treat people with dementia and Alzheimer symptoms. This is the first trial of its kind in UK.
In Switzerland the government has plans for a pilot project where 5 000 persons may smoke cannabis in a study. The only type of cannabis that is currently legal in the country is hemp with a THC potency of under 1%.
According to the AAN (American Association of Neurology) a new study shows that cannabis could be a relief to older people by easing certain symptoms of chronic diseases.
After ten years of research, planning and fighting bureaucratic red tape, a study about the effect of cannabis on PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) has been finished in Scottsdale Research Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.
Tuukka Tammi is a Finnish top researcher when it comes to the drug topic. He has been interviewed by Drugreporter and says that the Finnish drug laws have to be reformed and relaxed.
A relatively new cannaibinoid called THCV has been discovered. What is this all about..? No munchies..?
There are no evidence that young people are being deterred by harsh policy when it comes to consume cannabis, according to a major new study from University of Kent.
More and more of cannabis conferences with international participation are taking place. At the turn of the month March/April there will be one of those in Berlin with attendance from more than 60 countries.
According to a recent study from Israel there are indications that cannabis could be used to heal broken bones.