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Study Finds People Who Use Cannabis Get More Exercise
A new study upends the myth of the lazy stoner, finding that people over 60 who use marijuana engage in more weekly exercise than people who don't.
Cannabis and Sex: CBD Lube Promises To Enhance Life In The Bedroom
In a survey of those who have tried CBD lube, 68 percent said it improved their sex life.
Happy Highs: Cannabis Brands Find Success Marketing Joy and Well-Being
Feel good blends. Giggly strains. Cannabis marketing has one unique offering in its packages: joy, a momentary reprieve from the world.
Why The Cannabis Industry Needs Accessible Research - Q&A with Maha Haq
"As a first-generation American, discussing cannabis is difficult to navigate among the two communities I am part of," says Maha Haq. "But with new research and education, acceptance will inevitably follow."
How Did Oklahoma Become The Country's Hottest Cannabis Market?
"It would blow your mind, how many dispensaries there are just in this town. Every other building is a dispensary," says Daniel Lewis, CEO of the Cowboy Cup. "How those guys are all making money, I don't know."
The Cannabis Industry Still Lacks Credible Market Analysis And Insight
Why haven't stalwart analyst firms taken the plunge into the cannabis market ?
Study Finds Cannabis Safe For Pain Management And An Effective Opioid Substitute
The Canadian study adds to the growing amount of research that has not only found that marijuana is effective in treating pain, but may also work well as a substitute for opioids.
DEA Proposes Rules To Allow For Expansion Of Marijuana Research In U.S.
The DEA has finally released rules on how the federal agency will evaluate companies that want to grow marijuana for scientific research. It's good news, if it follows through.
Cannabis Is America's Fastest-Growing Sector, Adding 33,700 Jobs Last Year
Cannabis now employs a record-high of 243,700 Americans, Leafly finds in its 2020 Jobs Report
How California's Cannabis Industry Wound Up In Crisis Mode After 2 Years
Local bans along with high taxes have combined to create challenges for the state's legal market.