Research

New Study Uncovers Benefits (And Lack of Knowledge) of Medical Cannabis

Parkinson's patients in Germany reported relief from pain and muscle cramps, but more than half who have not tried it said they might if more information was available.

Study Says Cannabis Can Help Treat OCD

A recent study showed that cannabis helped to reduce compulsions, intrusive thoughts, and anxiety in those diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

How to Win the Flavor Game

A chief botany officer offers lessons learned developing flavoring for infused products.

No, Science Has Not Proven Marijuana Lowers Your IQ

This myth keeps getting repeated. But science shows that the truth is much more complicated.

The DEA May (Finally) Allow Private Companies to Grow Cannabis for Research

Up until this point, only the University of Mississippi has been allowed to grow research marijuana. That will soon change.

Women Are More Likely Than Men to Swap Pharmaceuticals for Pot

And they're doing it despite getting less support from doctors.

Stoner Myth Debunked: Workers Who Use Marijuana Do Not Have More Accidents

A new study shows employees who use cannabis are not at higher risk for injury on the job.

New Study Finds THC May Ease PTSD

Veterans, who are twice as likely to die from opioid overdose than non-veterans, are especially interested in cannabis treatments for PTSD and chronic pain.

Can Cannabis Treat Concussions? NHL Players Want To Know

A new study involving NHL alumni and Canopy Growth focuses on the effect of weed on head injuries

Study: Cannabis Does Not Lead to Increased Pain Sensitivity

Research from Canada has found that, unlike opioids, using cannabis as a treatment does not lead to increased pain sensitivity.

Large Study Will Examine THC Treatment For Alzheimer's Patients

Previous studies have found an association between using a synthetic THC product and lower levels of agitation in people with moderate to severe cases of Alzheimer's disease.