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Is the Cannabinoid CBN an Effective Sleep Aid?

The cannabinoid CBN is popularly believed to be sedating and is commonly marketed as a sleep aid. But is there research to back this claim up?

Shoppers Drug Mart Announces Pilot Cannabis Blockchain Program

Could this be the start of a legitimate blockchain and cannabis relationship in Canada?

Shattering 4 Misconceptions About Cannabis Concentrates

Wax, shatter, dabs, oil, resin—cannabis concentrates are often highly misunderstood. Here we dispel some of the myths associated with concentrates.

Washington Consumes More Cannabis Than Any Region on Earth, Study Says

Wastewater surveys of 60 global cities ranked Puget Sound #1 in THC use per capita.

What Is Guaiol & What Does This Cannabis Terpene Do?

Originating in the guaiacum plant of the Caribbean, the terpene guaiol has been used in natural medicine for hundreds of years and is present in small amounts in some of some common cannabis strains.

Real or Not, Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome Is a Costly Diagnosis

Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a diagnosis that is poorly understood by doctors and popularly rejected by cannabis advocates. But more patients report that quitting cannabis led to recovery—unfortunately after footing astronomical medical bills.

Cannabis Originated in Tibet 28 Million Years Ago, Says New Study

Using a database of fossil pollen studies, researchers believe the cradle of cannabis may have been on the Tibetan Plateau.

2,500-Year-Old Bong Suggests Ancient Chinese Got High at Funerals

Cannabis was burned in a wooden brazier to comfort the bereaved at an ancient burial site in China's Eastern Pamir region.

Does Endocannabinoid Deficiency Play a Role in These Common Illnesses?

Dr. Ethan Russo, a prominent cannabis researcher, weighs in on his theory of endocannabinoid deficiency—or the idea that many common illnesses might be caused by an unbalanced endocannabinoid system.

Canadian Government Earmarks $24.5M for Cannabis Research Projects

Through the Canadian Institute of Health Research, Bill Blair announced federal funding intentions that focus on research and education.

How Cannabis Cultivation Has Advanced Farming Technologies

See how cannabis has already helped in making the future a little greener.

CBD Can Help Curb Heroin Cravings, New Study Finds

The findings suggest a role for CBD “in helping to break the cycle of addiction,” researchers at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital said.

Meet Geraniol, the Sweet Cannabis Terpene With a Citrus Aroma

Derived from the fragrant geranium flower, geraniol appears in a host of fruits and is commonly used in the fragrance industry for its sweet scent.

THC-Blood Levels Can’t Be Determined Postmortem, Research Finds

New research questions the accuracy of THC levels of individuals involved in fatal car accidents.

In Photos: Watch the Creation of Edibles & Dissolvable Cannabinoids

Take a tour of the Stillwater production facility, creators of dissolvable cannabinoid product "Ripple" and edible gummies.

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