Thousands of people use cannabis to manage the painful, sleep-disturbing, sweat-inducing symptoms of perimenopause. But does it really work?
Europeans have been celebrating the end of December since ancient times, and likely used cannabis to bring good fortune and good cheer at the winter solstice.
Sweet and dessert weed strains rule the market, but are skunks poised to make a big comeback?
The gift of sight comes more easily with a little help from the plant kingdom. Here are just some notable women from the past who harnessed the powers of cannabis for a higher calling.
Yes, axe-wielding Amazons were real women of antiquity, and they also had a strong cannabis culture. Here’s what we know about ancient Scythian women.
While we don’t know everything about this ancient empire, we do know women worked with medicine and magic, and that cannabis may have played a part.
It's 21 in the United States, and mostly 19 in Canada. Researchers say Canada may have it right.
Frosty green buds, a strong citrus smell and a lingering lemon-pine aftertaste have fans raving about this heavy hitter.
Canadian love for Pink Kush is a cultural phenomenon. But why is it limited to the True North?