Alaska’s attorney general said Wednesday that cannabis social clubs are illegal, addressing what had been a hazy area following the state’s legalization of recreational cannabis The legal opinion does not apply to licensed retail marijuana shops, for which state regulators are considering rules allowing cannabis consumption. The first retail shop licenses have yet to be… Read More


Legal cannabinoids and THC alternative medicines have been approved for medicinal use. Other medicines that mimic the properties of marijuana are currently undergoing clinical trials before FDA approval. The FDA can allow companies to conduct clinical trials of drugs that are intended to treat disorders, even if they’re marijuana-based drugs. Epidiolex Not yet fully approved… Read More


Anorexia Nervosa, commonly know as just “Anorexia,” is an eating disorder in which the sufferer fears gaining weight, and often sees him or herself as overweight despite the fact that he/she is not. As of 2013, Anorexia affects about two million people around the world. Here, we’ll look at the disorder, common treatments, and how… Read More


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that causes infection and, over time, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), a disease that interferes with and weakens the immune system. According to the CDC, an estimated 1.2 million people have HIVE, and 1/8th of those afflicted are unaware they have the disease. We’ll give you an explanation of… Read More


Gilles de la Tourette’s Syndrome, more commonly known as Tourette’s, is a neurological disorder that causes physical and vocal tics in sufferers. According to the Center for Disease Control, about 138,000 children have been diagnosed with TS. We’ll take a rundown on Tourette’s Syndrome, how it’s usually treated, and how cannabis can be a treatment.… Read More