In Massachusetts, for instance, medical and recreational marijuana use is legal, but employers can still fire workers who test positive for the substance—in some situations.
Born of the need for secrecy, slang has long dominated pot culture. But as entrepreneurs seek to capitalize on new laws legalizing recreational and medical marijuana, they too are grappling with what to call it.
Some studies suggest that people who consume cannabis are likely to drink alcohol more frequently and in greater quantities. According to other research, people sometimes swap margaritas or mugs of beer for cannabis, leading to less drinking.
New research reveals that cannabis use between couples increases might benefit their relationship, in the bedroom and beyond.
Medicinal marijuana has long been a topic of controversy in the medical community. Issues about weed range from its legality to whether or not enough extensive studies have been done.
Over 16 million Americans suffer from major depressive disorder, and it is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. for those aged 15 to 44. Treatment can be complicated: not all individuals respond well to traditional methods such as antidepressant medication and therapy, and the process of finding the right solution can be time-consuming and challenging. But there is a new alternative method on the horizon: as more states legalize medical marijuana, it's becoming increasingly popular as an aid in the management of symptoms of depression and other mental health disorders.
Daniel Stack will never forget being medevaced out of Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, surrounded by servicemen with far more devastating injuries than his skin condition.
A bill recently introduced to Congress would give veterans access to medical marijuana.
Legal marijuana has reached a milestone of sorts in Massachusetts as sales of recreational pot climb over the $100 million mark.
The number of full-time jobs in the legal U.S. cannabis industry is now at 211,000, courtesy of an addition of 64,389 jobs in 2018, according to Leafly.
The findings show that the tried-and-true method of smoking dried marijuana that contains THC was the most effective for patients who use cannabis.
THC is why we get high when we smoke marijuana; it's also why we crave sweets and carbohydrate-rich foods.
There has been a growing number of Americans sharing the same opinion on legalizing marijuana across the U.S. According to a 2018 Pew Research Center survey, six in 10 citizens, or 62 percent of the population, already accepted the medical benefits of cannabis and are supporting its nationwide legalization.
The people, mostly in their 70s and 80s, pass the next several hours enjoying a light lunch, playing a few games of bingo and selecting their next month’s supply of cannabis-infused products.
So many marijuana strains, so little time. What do they do? How strong is the high? What about flavor?
With so much new weed on the market, it's hard for consumers to know how to find what's best for them. That's where Complex comes in.
While tabletop vaporizers have long dominated this market, handheld vaporizers continue to get smaller, lighter, and more powerful.