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‘K2’ or ‘Spice’ is Used Significantly Less In States With Cannabis Legalization

Ever heard of the drug K2? This type of synthetic marijuana is currently running amok across the continental United States with lawmakers not knowing what to do. K2, also known as Spice,...

WNBA Star Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years In Russian Jail

American WNBA basketball star Brittney Griner was convicted of smuggling and possessing drugs into Russia earlier this week. Due to her conviction, she was sentence to roughly nine years of jail time. The...

Safe Consumption Sites are coming to California

As long as Governor Newsom signs a bill coming his way, we may be seeing some consumption sites for any illicit drug pop up in the state of California. A 21-11 vote in...

THC Potency in California Cannot Be Trusted

It seems evident that it should be a simple, objective decision when a percentage of THC is placed on the back of a label. Tests are made, results are read, and a...

Senate Bill Filed that would allow Marijuana Advertising in TV & Radio

Advertising for marijuana has been this ultra-confusing road of uncertainty ever since states began to legalize the plant a decade ago. Some places take a hard stance against it, and some take...

Biden Administration Anticipates FDA Approval of Psilocybin and MDMA within Two Years

A letter from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to Representative Madeleine Dean from Pennsylvania was obtained by The Intercept which clearly states an expectation and likely support for...

Roughly 1 Out of Every 3 Chronic Pain Patients Use Cannabis For Pain Relief

According to a new survey published in Canada, roughly 1 out of every 3 patients experiencing chronic pain use cannabis for pain management. This study was released a few weeks ago by...

DEA Stops Plans to Ban New Psychedelic Compounds

Oh how far we’ve come. 5 new tryptamines have begun circulating in the US, and with that circulation comes interest from the DEA. After an initial report by the Department of Health and Human...