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Popular Party Drug Could Help Terminal Patients

Physicians in the United States could be prescribing a popular psychedelic drug by 2021. Researchers learned last week that they have been given a green light by the DEA to launch a clinical trial in an effort to size up the drug's potential in assisting patients with...

Federal Bill Would Allow Doctors to Treat Vets With Medical Marijuana

It may soon be legal for veterans under the care of government hospitals to explore medical marijuana as a treatment option. A group of bipartisan lawmakers got together in Washington D.C. earlier this week to introduce a piece of legislation aimed at giving doctors emplo...

Colorado Funds Dr. Sisley’s PTSD Study

A team of researchers has received funding from the state of Colorado to launch a long-awaited federal study on the efficacy of marijuana when used to treat patients suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Marijuana-For-PTSD Researcher Up For $2M Grant

Dr. Sue Sisley, the University of Arizona researcher who was fired under political pressure, has been recommended for a $2 million grant by the Colorado State Medical Marijuana Scientific Advisory Council.

Ayahuasca: Remedy or Risk?

Can this be the next homeopathic cure for PTSD and more?

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