Study: Most Medi-Pot Patients Prefer The Plant Over Pills

by November 7, 2020

The results of a first-of-its-kind worldwide survey of nearly 1,000 medicinal cannabis consumers shows that most patients prefer their medicine in the way that nature, not Big Pharma, intended it to be.

Investigators from Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, and the … read more

Continue reading

More Cannabis Support…from the U.S. Government!

by October 16, 2020

While they’re soft pedaling the language, the National Cancer Institute, a division of the National Health Institute, is in support of Cannabis as a medicine.

With the track record of the federal government, it’s surprising and very significant that a … read more

Another Poll Showing We Are the Majority


Every poll in the last 2-3 years has shown the majority want and end to Cannabis prohibition. This Esquire Magazine poll has some very interesting other social data as well, within the confines of their “Center” of society scope. more

Study: Non-Psychoactive Plant Cannabinoids Possess Synergistic Anti-Cancer Activity In Leukemia Cell Lines

by October 15, 2020

The concomitant administration of various non-psychoactive plant cannabinoids demonstrates synergistic anti-cancer activity in human leukemia cells, according to preclinical trial data published online this week in the journal Anticancer Research.

Investigators from Saint George’s, University of London assessed the … read more

Continue reading

High Driving

by October 11, 2020

This is one of the most inflammatory of the debates surrounding Cannabis: Drive high or not? No one but you can determine whether you are a good enough driver to make that decision.

There are currently no specific guidelines to … read more

What About the Children Now?

by September 29, 2020

How far would you go to save your child? Joe, Erica and Emily Rollins have tested that idea.

The Rollins family moved from Indiana to Colorado to get Cannabis medical treatment for their daughter Emily. Emily was having literally hundreds … read more