Research proves that marijuana can be a powerful cancer-fighter. Here are 4 studies proving that marijuana can be used to treat brain cancer.
Should marijuana be legal? Most people think so. A debate at the Economist suggests legalization should be a global endeavor, with thousands weighing in.
One woman named Shelley White tells her story about how unlike mainstream treatments, marijuana was able to help her overcome Lyme disease and more.
The US Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by marijuana advocates, requesting that marijuana not be classified as “dangerous” and medicinally useless.
In a small town in Germany, activists have decided to rogue-plant cannabis seeds as an act of defiance against the ‘demonization’ of the healing plant.
Uruguay may soon create the world’s first such nationwide regulated marijuana market, allowing registered residents to grow and possess marijuana.
Adding on to studies showing how marijuana could benefit those with Alzheimer’s and even cancer, research shows how marijuana could also treat depression.
California Hemp Act 2014 will go so far as to stop the California state government from taxing or regulating marijuana at all if it is passed next year.
A young girl experiencing untreatable, non-stop, severe seizures recently found that medical marijuana was the solution to all her problems.