High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Most Insurance Providers Reject Medical Marijuana

Since most insurance providers do not cover medical marijuana, the average patient is often faced with the burden of handling this expense out-of-pocket, which is not cheap. Depending on the condition and the severity of the symptoms, medical marijuana can cost a patient ...

Controversial "Heroin Pill" Hits the Market This Month

The Food and Drug Administration recently approved a controversial new painkiller called Zohydro ER that both federal and state lawmakers believe is destined to become a scourge on society; a tightened noose already around the necks of those struggling with pres...

FDA: Yes to Marijuana Spray, Will Not Reclassify

In a time when natural marijuana is considered by the American government to be a gateway to the downtrodden of civil society, it seems odd, but not surprising, that the United States would be champing at the bit to approve cannabis-based medicine. 

The American Tweeker: Legal Speed on the Rise

A new prescription insurance report released by Express-Scripts reveals substantial growth in young men prescribed amphetamine and methylphenidate to help them “focus.”

Feds Relent On Long-Delayed Pot For PTSD Study

Health professionals, patients, and state lawmakers are increasingly advocating for cannabis as a therapeutic option to address the stress and painful memories associated with post-traumatic trauma. Yet, to date, virtually no controlled clinical data exists assessing the ...

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