Wiz invites Architectural Digest into his home and it takes about ten seconds before he offers them some weed.
A blockbuster decision by the FDA sets an important precedent and promises to help countless patients.
Joy is a place where you can be high as hell with a bacon-wrapped banh mi hot dog in one hand and a paddlefish caviar canapé in the other.
Rand Paul is not a real Libertarian, but he loves pretending to be one by getting mad about silly-sounding government expenses.
For the first six months of the year, the state has allowed dispensaries to sell product that isn’t yet up to new code so manufacturers can adjust to the changes. Any of these noncompliant concentrates or edibles or simple flowers left on store shelves as of July 1 have to be destroyed
A story of love, addiction, gay marriage and forgiveness.
Pot legalization has pitted a wine farmer against a weed farmer in an ugly, fragrant fight.
Is kratom the answer to the opioid crisis — or the start of a new one?
In a news release today, the FDA announced its approval of a marijuana-derived drug called Epidiolex for the treatment of seizures in a subset of patients suffering from severe epilepsy.
Pax thinks of itself as the "Apple of vapes." While that's meant to be a nod to high-end, high-design products, the Era is actually kind of like an iOS device: you can't do anything on the Pax Era without going through Pax first.
Why some low-income tenants must choose between medicine and home.
Why I had to wait two years to get Botox for my migraines.
A pending lawsuit alleges immigrant children housed at one facility were held down and forcibly injected with drugs, rendering them unable to walk, afraid of people and wanting to sleep constantly.
The Cannabis Act passed its final hurdle on Tuesday in a 52-29 vote in the Senate. The bill controls and regulates how the drug can be grown, distributed and sold.
As employers add jobs at a furious pace a decade after the 2008 financial crisis, the workforce participation rate still hasn't recovered. And now researchers think they know one reason why: the opioid crisis.
A billionaire and his very powerful computer are helping a pharma pioneer find the drugs of tomorrow.
As weed becomes legal in an increasing number of states, do counter-arguments hold any water?
From the explosion of ADHD meds to the economic crisis to the Trump presidency, this dangerous trend didn't come out of nowhere.
California is expected to become the largest weed industry in the United States, but unlike other legalized states, it has no laws in place to protect cannabis consumer data.
As legalization spreads, the wide world of edibles is expanding — but is any of it delicious?
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