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“Every day they find new medical uses for cannabis. It’d be sad if we continued to keep putting our heads in the sand.”
Maryland has banned infused food from its medical cannabis program, but nutritionists and chefs like the Parkses have partnered with dispensaries around the state to hold classes demonstrating how to make edibles at home.
Military veterans lobbying for an end to federal classification of marijuana as a lethal substance with no redeeming medicinal value may be closer to that goal than ever before, given the midterm election results.
Check out the groups advocating for senior citizens who need access to cannabis.
While the rest of society is breaking down taboos around cannabis, it’s still a difficult topic in the military.
A decorated Army combat medic is fighting to save lives in a different way.
"I've seen that many of my soldiers that have retired and could get a medical marijuana card seem to do better at a much higher rate."
Though medical marijuana is legal in most states, the Department of Veterans Affairs will neither recommend nor prescribe it because of a longstanding federal law.
The Mint Dispensary in Tempe, Arizona will open the first full-service cannabis kitchen in the United States on Friday, October 5.
For those new to using cannabis, learning all the slang and scientific terms around the plant can be tough - but imagine how hard it'd be to learn "cannabinoid" if you couldn't hear at all?
"The VA, they just throw pills at you. When I started using cannabis, it was completely different. Now I participate in my life. I'm active. I actually care. It's a complete 180 now."
A grassroots campaign that is encouraging members of the cannabis community to help homeless people has a twist in its approach.
Doctors in the veterans’ health system say the department’s lack of research has left them without much good advice to give veterans.
United States Veterans are two times more likely to succumb to accidental overdose, and we’re losing more than 20 of them to suicide every day. But cannabis could help.
A former Navy SEAL from the Chicago area is leading the push to decriminalize cannabis at the federal level in an effort to give war-ravaged service members access to pot-based treatments through the Veterans Health Administration.
Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan is co-sponsoring a bill that would direct the Department of Veterans Affairs to research medicinal cannabis.