The event is the brainchild of Jim McAlpine who came up with the idea more than two years ago as a way to "de-stigmatize the millions who use cannabis in a healthy and responsible lifestyle."
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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.
While there’s nothing particularly innovative about using the gloriously versatile cannabis sativa plant as a medicine, where, when, how and moreover, why we use it is, in fact, evolving.
New research by a national marketing strategy firm has turned up some surprising findings about Gen X and Millennial cannabis consumers.
The most comprehensive research review ever done on the topic found that marijuana can help battle depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and even addictions to alcohol and painkillers.
Some clinical studies suggest that the plant may have medical value, especially for difficult-to-treat pain conditions.
Doctors in the United States are not terribly concerned about your marijuana use, according to a study published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).