Monthly Archives: August 2015



In 2013 Beau Kilmer, co-director of the RAND Drug Policy Research Center in Santa Monica, California, led a team to develop a web-based survey that would ask people how often they had used cannabis in the past month and year. To help them gauge the amounts, the surveys included scaled pictures […]

The Cannabis Experiment


Research on marijuana’s potential for medical use has been hampered for years by federal restrictions, even though nearly half of the states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana in some form.  An analysis by News21 shows that $1.1 billion of the $1.4 billion that the National Institute […]

Feds Limit Research on Marijuana for Medical Use




A 6-year-old girl has been able to stand for the first time, after doctors in Michigan prescribed her cannabis oil to fight her violent seizures. Bella’s oil has been created specifically for her illness, with an exact THC/CBD ratio ensuring that the 6-year-old receives the correct cannabis oil dose of medicine. […]

Using Cannabis Oil A 6-year-old Girl Stands for First Time


For decades investigators have tried to prove what they intuitively suspected to be true. That chronic use of cannabis increases the dangers for lung cancer, and other smoke related pathologies such as COPD, and pneumonia in a similar fashion as tobacco smoking. We have compelling data which has accumulated for […]

Do Cannabis Smokers Develop Lung Cancer? – A Comprehensive Research ...