Learn the science behind cannabidiol (CBD) and the brain, and find out how it’s able to provide such a broad range of potential medical benefits.
Discover what is known about the potential risks associated with cannabis smoke, including how it affects cardiovascular and lung health.
Cannabis produces a variety compounds known as cannabinoids. Here we list the major ones, such as THC and CBD, and some of their potential effects.
Learn more about the endocannabinoid system including how it interacts with cannabinoids and other compounds in our bodies.
How much THC or CBD does your favorite cannabis product contain? Learn different ways you can estimate levels of these cannabinoids in products.
THC affects development of the brain's reward pathway and hormone systems. Can an over-the-counter supplement reverse some of those changes?
A recent study showed promising results when subjects with alcohol use disorder were given psilocybin in conjunction with therapy.
Not every lab is doing it, but too many are. Here's how "lab shopping" ends up cheating you at the cash register.
We know THC can impact sleep and dreaming. But how? And why?
Research is starting to confirm the concept—and it's not just about the cannabinoids.
Know what you're dosing: Different species and strains can have dramatically different levels of psilocybin, the hallucinogenic compound.
Dr. Martha Roser, author of a headline-making study, talks about the promise and limitations of her findings.
Drug-induced psychosis is a real thing. But which drugs? At what dosage? All these variables matter.
Microdosing psychedelics has become a popular wellness trend, but is it really that beneficial? Learn more on the science of how much you take and how often you take psychedelics.