Could the future of schizophrenia treatment and management be in cannabis?
From complacent to critical, CannaReps is empowering a shift in thinking at the consumer level.
As the concept of legal weed settles into Canadian culture, pot is filtering into the West Coast health scene, and, of course, there’s a yoga class for that, too. But practitioners of the discipline say cannabis-enhanced yoga is more than a fad—rather, it’s a reimagined concept dating back thousands of years.
It began as a passion project for cofounder Kelsey Yee.
True Leaf's supplements for animals can now carry an NASC seal, indicating that they have been certified by a pet-industry organization.
Repeat after me: Cannabis use does not cause gene mutation.
In Seed: The Untold Story, Portland filmmakers Jon Betz and Taggart Siegel chronicled a stunning loss of diversity in seeds in the 20th century with the rise of agribusinesses and industrial farming techniques.
Silent Bob says weed stopped a common killer in its tracks.
Until the federal government creates standardized dosing guidelines considering of both medical and recreational cannabis and allows for controlled-dose products like edibles, it is up to the patient to develop a personal routine.
The Herbal Chef—partnering with Canadian cannabis producers and retailers like the Quarry and Aura—will be hosting its first Canadian private dinner April 6 and 7.
Mixing the city's world-class cannabis with its topnotch cuisine is, undoubtedly, a no-brainer—and here, choices abound in both realms.
B.C. Ferries passengers will no longer be able to light up on their trip across the water.
Those who know, know, and those who don't, should: Whether it's a pre-coital puff or a luxurious infused lubricant, sex and cannabis go hand in hand.
When John De Villa experienced his first grand mal seizure at age 44, doctors couldn’t tell him what had caused it.
Flower & Freedom classes don’t actually involve cannabis consumption, but are instead a part of our contemporary approach to consumer education, where our focus is on teaching how cannabis can be part of a healthy lifestyle.
What do these powerful organic compounds actually do in the body?
You know that delicious, skunky aroma you get every time you crack open a jar of cannabis? That's thanks to important compounds in the plant called terpenes.
New survey results about a well-known compound in cannabis are providing doctors with some exciting information.
Take a look through our guide, and next time you visit your local dispensary, ask to compare a few strains side-by-side to see if you can identify some of the terpenes we've mentioned.
A young girl with a rare neurological disease has been given renewed hope for the future, thanks to a generous group of cannabis enthusia
Should recreational cannabis retailers be able to use the word dispensary?
Annacis Island will soon be home to much more than industrial sites and wastewater treatment plants.
Heavy metals, including arsenic, can be found in poorly manufactured herbicides, which are absorbed by cannabis plants.
Veterans' groups, patients, and advocates are leading the way on cannabis for PTSD—but more research is needed, says psychologist Zach Walsh.
We've heard of cannabis being used as an effective replacement for opioids, but new research conducted in Vancouver has shown that it can also help people control their use of crack cocaine.
Dr. Caroline MacCallum treats over 50 pain-related conditions at Green Leaf Medical Clinic in Langley.
Speakers attending this weekend's Cannabis Hemp Conference and Expo are preparing to impart some serious knowledge on everything from pain management to growing and cultivation.
As one of Canada's largest and most comprehensive conferences, the two-day event will bring 50 experts to UBC.
Its Freedom Dream strain of cannabis has a significantly higher percentage of CBD than THC.
It comes as the Trudeau government prepares to introduce legislation to legalize marijuana.