Marijuana distribution and cultivation is regulated by the Controlled Substances Act, which makes cannabis difficult to research and obtain, even in states that legalized the weed. Research is hindered to a significant extent despite recent changes in legislation. However, the situation can change soon, as new amendments to the Act that are now being considered can become a breakthrough, which will enable states to choose for themselves what kind of policy on marijuana use they want to adopt. (more…)
Tetrahydrocannabinol, which is often abbreviated as THC, is a component found in marijuana. It is notorious for its mind-altering effects; actually, it is this substance that is to blame for its popularity, as far as the getting-high effect is concerned. (more…)
The list of medical uses marijuana could have is expanding fast. It has already been reported to be able to help relieve pain associated with certain diseases, and alleviate symptoms of depression, PTSD, and even neurodegenerative diseases. Another aspect of its application has recently become the object of several studies. According to researchers, cannabis could help treat eczema.