Medical cannabis is to be available in the UK from November, but tight restrictions will drive patients to alternative sources, says Henry Fisher
Epidiolex has become the first drug derived from marijuana to win FDA approval in the US, and will be used to treat two forms of childhood epilepsy
2016 told a tale of two drugs, and how people using them circumvented the way America thinks about getting high. The post America Is Finally Ready to Change the Way It Talks About Drugs appeared first on WIRED.
Potheads will become consumers, and the patchwork network of growers and sellers will start responding to the demands of a bona fide market. The post Legal Weed Has Arrived. Get Ready for the Budweiser of Bud appeared first on WIRED.
A new Drug Enforcement Agency rule decentralizes the supply of scientific cannabis. The post The DEA Just Made It Easier to Do Research on Weed appeared first on WIRED.
A small town in Colorado detected THC in samples of its water supply. That's probably not what it is. The post It Would Take a Lot of THC to Contaminate a Water Supply appeared first on WIRED.
Unlike alcohol, which has standardized doses, it is currently impossible to reliably predict how high a dose of weed will get you. The post Nobody Knows How High You Are Right Now—It's Really Hard to Measure appeared first on WIRED.
The THC in weed gets you high, but the compound CBD might have all kinds of important medical uses.
The post Researchers Are Finally Studying the Other Chemical in Pot appeared first on WIRED.