If a little CBD is good, shouldn’t a lot be better? It turns out the answer is no; CBD’s medicinal efficacy might require a particular dose range.
Cannabis and schizophrenia have a complex relationship with the potential for both risks and benefits. Read about the effects of cannabis, specifically THC and CBD, on schizophrenia.
Trying to keep track of all the advances in medical cannabis research? Here are some brief summaries of some of the biggest headlines over the last few months.
Research shows that cannabis may enhance the effects of opioids to relieve pain. Read more about how cannabinoid receptors, like CB1, are important to the effects of opioids.
Can consuming cannabis increase your risk of heart attack? Read all about the research on the effects of cannabis on your heart and cardiovascular system.
Catch up on some of the most notable cannabis research from the second half of 2019, such as new discoveries in CBD and trauma, cannabis during pregnancy, and more.
From finding the brain region that gets you high to more benefits of CBD, we round up the most intriguing studies in cannabis science from the first half of 2019.
Explore the latest insights and discoveries in cannabis science. In this part, we'll dive into the top research headlines from winter 2018.
Trying to keep track of all the advances in cannabis research? Here are some brief summaries from some of the biggest headlines of the fall.
Estrogen may cause sensitivity to effects of cannabis like anxiety and pain relief. Learn how this hormone reacts to cannabis use.
Cannabis can make a lot of people feel anxious. Learn about some factors that might contribute to an unpleasant experience after consuming.
The medicinal cannabis movement is gaining momentum, but why are doctors so hesitant to prescribe medical cannabis to their patients?
Cannabis may not be the only plant with the potential of producing cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Here's what else might and why.
Learn about how THC and CBD have the potential to help treat and even prevent Alzheimer’s disease.