Women have long used over-the-counter pills to treat cramps, but the 'View' co-host has an herbal remedy: medical marijuana.
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Wiz Khalifa says that it’s “better than Pokemon.” He isn’t talking about weed, though surely he thinks it is.
The official Bob Marley cannabis brand, Marley Natural, will launch its official collection of premium cannabis flowers and oils next week in Washington state, joining an ever-growing group of celebrity cannabis companies that are now competing in the market.
When asked what he does when returning to the U.K., where cannabis is not legally used for medicinal purposes, he wryly sidestepped the question.
Marketing cannabis through celebrity and pro athlete endorsements is a relatively new and unstudied concept.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — Country music legend and marijuana advocate Willie Nelson launched a new line of marijuana products in Las Vegas this week.
As the legality of marijuana experiences a major shift, the prevalence of CBD- and THC-infused products is becoming more mainstream for the beauty and therapeutics industries.
With a recent vote to legalize recreational marijuana use and "Hollyweed" vandalism of the Hollywood sign, cannabis also is at the forefront of a growing health movement in Los Angeles.
Nelson shared a photo of himself wearing the shirt, which sports the words “Smoke Weed” and features a pot leaf decorated with Christmas lights.
Medical marijuana is no laughing matter for award-winning actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg. Recently, she spoke about her cannabis brand, Whoopi and Maya, and her passion to offer cannabis as an alternative to prescriptions pills in an interview with renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson on his late-night talk show.
The event at the iconic showbiz club, called "Medical Marijuana: Weeding out Fact from Fiction," is being presented by the Cannabis Doctors of New York.
You could call it the year of the cannabis consumer: retailers finally focus on UX, celebrities cater to enthusiasts, media outlets clamor for attention and a more refined world of edibles and concentrates has emerged.
Since it first began publishing 111 years ago, the entertainment magazine Variety has never done an issue about cannabis. That just changed.
Several months after the singer/songwriter’s death, his daughter and her husband are working to follow through on one of her father's last business endeavors.
His commitment to the herb coupled with his thriving decades-long career has gone a long way to helping Americans rethink what they know about the drug.
Williams, 60, has long used medical marijuana in an effort to manage the chronic pain stemming from his Multiple Sclerosis, with which he was diagnosed in 1999.
Melissa Etheridge is diving headlong into the marijuana business. Her company, Etheridge Farms, will soon be making cannabis products available for California medical patients.
Don't hold your breath in hope of hearing presidential nominee Hillary Clinton or her vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine discuss marijuana at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week.