Category: Health News

Snoop Dogg Teams Up With Jack In The Box For $4.20 Stoner Comb

Last week, fast food chain Jack in the Box announced that it’s teaming up with rapper Snoop Dogg to introduce a combo meal intended for the stoner community. The “Merry Munchie Meal” will be available Jan. 18-25 at three franchise locations in California, offering a plethora of greasy items ― chicken strips, two tacos, five churros, french fries, onion

National Cancer Institute Quietly Confirms Cannabis Can Cure Cancer

Apparently the left hand of this government doesn’t know what the right hand is doing, or more likely doesn’t want to know. With the easy prey of grabbing marijuana users in most states and locking them up in prisons for cheap labor while destroying families, there’s little motivation to curb that racket by dropping marijuana

Big Pharma’s synthetic cannabis pills are killing people … yet authentic marijuana is still criminalized

Leave it to Big Pharma to find a way to turn a natural, effective, plant-based healing substance into something patentable and deadly. That’s right; the guys in the pharmaceutical labs are so desperate to develop a drug that delivers the same therapeutic benefits as cannabis – under their own exclusive money-making patent, of course – that they don’t mind

Synthetic THC is safer than actual weed, according to the DEA

By Keegan Hamilton Nov 22, 2017 The DEA has officially decided that a notorious fentanyl manufacturer’s synthetic marijuana product is safer and more medically valuable than actual weed. In an announcement posted Wednesday in the Federal Register, the DEA announced that the drug Syndros, a liquid form of synthetic THC, will be classified as a Schedule II controlled substance,

Nearly 100% Cannabis Users Give Up Pain Meds

The recent study is lending credibility to the idea that medical cannabis can be used as a natural alternative to prescription pain medications, with nearly 100 percent of respondents saying they believe cannabis is helping them decrease their use of prescription opioids to treat the pain. The study, which was conducted by HelloMD, one of

Jeff Sessions Meets With Anti-Cannabis Crusaders

On December 8th, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with a number of, what can only be described as, “anti-cannabis crusaders” in Washington D.C. The meeting follows a pattern of comments Sessions has made on cannabis legalization and enforcement of current federal cannabis laws, especially on adult-use cannabis states. In attendance were old and new