A recent Colorado study of ER visits is alarming medical professionals.
- Millions of long-time marijuana users are developing intense stomach pain, nausea and bouts of vomiting.
- The condition is called "cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome," or "CHS."
- What makes it happen is unclear, but the only way to stop it is to cease consumption of cannabis.
They cost about $11 and contain 60mg of THC, the main psychoactive component of marijuana, and 10mg of CBD.
- A new observational study will ask 400 women to track their menstrual symptoms over the course of a few months during which they'll administer marijuana suppositories.
- Marijuana suppositories are designed to alleviate the pain and stress of periods.
- The observational study is described as a "first step," with the ultimate goal being a clinical trial that includes placebos.
Canada's recreational marijuana industry might not be poised to meet demand in the first year of legal sales, according to some experts.
- Canada is set to legalize recreational marijuana on Oct. 17.
- Some economists say the industry won't be able to meet demand during the first year, and that prices will rise or supply will run out.
- Dispensary owners in Colorado expressed similar anxieties in 2014 when recreational pot was legalized.
With the approval of a childhood epilepsy medication the federal government can no longer claim marijuana has no medical benefit.
- For the first time in nearly a half-century, the federal government has approved a medication with a cannabis compound.
- CBD is all the rage in health food stores, but credible research is needed to know what therapeutic applications hold up.
- DEA officer says this could signal a "sea change" in the legalization of cannabis-related products.
A new study investigates if pot smokers outperformed nonsmokers in creativity.
Does marijuana boost creativity, or are creative people drawn to marijuana more than others?