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Menstrual cramps could now be passé with 'cannabis tampons'!

These capsules are to be used like a tampon and the company swears that they can provide powerful pain relief.

Japan party backs use of medical marijuana, gets mixed reaction

The idea of legalizing medical use finds backers among Japan`s growing ranks of senior citizens, who make up just over a quarter of the population of 127 million.

Marijuana quashes brain's response to reward over time

The findings showed that the reward system of the brain has been 'hijacked' by the drug and that the users need the drug to feel reward -- or that their emotional response has been dampened.

Marijuana could be the cure to treat Alzheimer's, reveals study

Researchers say that this compound can contribute in the removal of toxic proteins in the brain, which are believed to start the development of Alzheimer's.

Like seriously! Marijuana is legal in these 8 countries

Like seriously! Marijuana is legal in these 8 countries

Explore these 8 countries where marijuana consumption is legalised!

 Microsoft teams up with legal marijuana industry

Microsoft teams up with legal marijuana industry

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Microsoft embarks on a new journey with its recent tie up with a software industry that supports the legal marijuana industry.

Long-term marijuana use can lead to tooth loss!

Tobacco users were found to have gum disease as well as reduced lung function, systemic inflammation and indicators of poorer metabolic health.

Marijuana offers new hope for fertility cure

Frequently smoking pot can take its toll on your sperm and now, a new study suggests that a marijuana receptor might actually hold the key to new fertility treatments for men.

New-found hope for epilepsy patients in the form of Marijuana

Various reports have suggested that parents of children with severe epilepsy have claimed incredible recoveries when their children were given cannabidiol, a derivative of marijuana.

Marijuana users react differently to social exclusion

The brains of young adult marijuana users react differently to social exclusion than do those of non-users, finds a new study, adding that young adults who regularly use marijuana display altered brain activation patterns during social exclusion.

Poor sleep can give you `marijuana munchies`

The effects of sleep loss on appetite were most powerful in the late afternoon and early evening, times when snacking has been linked to weight gain.

Marijuana getting more potent than it used to be

Marijuana getting more potent than it used to be

However, in contrast, the cannabidiol (CBD) content in those samples decreased from nearly 0.28 per cent in 1995 to less than 0.15 per cent in 2014.

Medicinal marijuana scheme to go before Australian parliament

In 2015, Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia explored legalisation of the trade as no illicit drugs can be imported into Australia under Federal law.

Facebook bans pages selling medical marijuana in US

Facebook bans pages selling medical marijuana in US

Social media giant Facebook has blocked dispensary pages selling cannabis for medical purposes in the US state of New Jersey, even as medical marijuana has been legalised in the state, a media report said.

New York embarks on medical marijuana use Thursday

 Marijuana as a form of medical treatment Thursday, becoming the 23rd US state to do so as the taboo surrounding its legalized medicinal use starts to shift.

Marijuana derivative can safely reduce epilepsy seizures

A medical marijuana derivative was found safe and effective in reducing the frequency of seizures in most children and young adults enrolled in a year-long study led by epilepsy specialists in the US.

Colombia fully legalises marijuana for medical use!

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a decree legalising the medical use of marijuana.

Colombia legalizes medical marijuana

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a decree Tuesday legalizing and regulating medical marijuana, the latest softening of the country`s hardline tactics in the war on drugs.

How marijuana use leads to severe mental disorder

 Cannabis or marijuana use increases neural noise in the brain, leading to a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality, says an Indian-origin researcher.

How prenatal exposure to marijuana affects kids' vision

Children exposed to marijuana in the womb show a significant improvement in their ability to track moving objects at age four, says a new study, warning that the results do not mean marijuana has a benefical effect on foetal development.