The National Institute on Drug Abuse has finally released information on the different varieties of cannabis they have been growing for over 30 years.
A group of federal researchers commissioned to prove the government’s claim that marijuana has “no medicinal value” may have let some crucial research slip through the cracks, forcing the United States to admit that cannabis can kills cancer.
The National Institute of Health announced Monday that its exclusive pot research deal with Ole Miss will continue. Almost $70 million will be given to the university to increase the number of its marijuana plants and develop new methods of growing.
The National Institute of Drug Abuse, the sole supplier of legal, research cannabis in the U.S., is under fire for the quality of the weed they've been supplying to scientists. Now, NIDA is looking to step up its marijuana game.
Researchers are developing a software platform called eDrugTrends to monitor and analyze trends in cannabis use on Twitter and web forums.