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.
Trichomes, those little tiny crystal-like hairs that cover the buds, hold all the good stuff. The different methods of hashmaking focus on isolating these sticky little parts of the cannabis plant because they house the majority of its resin.
Nebraska football star Randy Gregory announced on Wednesday that he tested positive for pot at the NFL scouting combine in February. The defensive end is a potential top-10 draft pick, but the positive test could change all of that.
While the potency of wax and shatter is similar, the physical difference between the two has remained a mystery... until now.
Cannabis researchers in Maryland exposed pot plants to ultraviolet radiation to see what would happen. They found that increasing doses of UVB radiation, a natural part of sunlight, made the plants produce almost 28% more THC in the buds.