Will the Magic Mushroom Help Dying Cancer Patients?

New research indicates one Psilocybin trip, lasting a mere eight hours, can reduce anxiety and depression in about 80% of cancer patients.

Pros and Cons of Pot Prohibition

During the recent election, recreational pot was approved by voters in California, Massachusetts, Maine, and Nevada – losing only in Arizona.

Does Marijuana Prevent Nausea and Vomiting…or Cause It?

THC can have a paradoxical effect, acting as an antiemetic (preventing nausea) at one level but causing nausea and vomiting at higher levels when used over prolonged periods.

Fatal Marijuana Overdose is NOT a Myth

The truth is that although marijuana is one of the safest drugs around, far safer than opioids, alcohol, Tylenol, or antidepressants, it is still toxic when the dose is large enough.

Medical Marijuana and Psychiatry

Patients have been asking me one question with increasing frequency: What do you think about medical marijuana?

Marijuana Killed My Soul and Ruined My Brain
What are you willing to give up in order to keep using or drinking?

Should our laws acknowledge and meaningfully address marijuana’s potential harms by investing new tax revenues in science-based public education?

Compassionate Populism on the Road to Rediscovering Cannabis as Medicine

As the reputation of medical cannabis among cancer patients grows, so does its acceptance among medical professionals and government officials.

Cannabis Crossroads: I Wish You Had Stayed
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Standing up and putting on your coat, your departing comment was, “I’m not going to listen to this. You can’t get addicted to marijuana.” I’m sorry you didn’t stick around.

Is the Road to Legalization Paved with Risk for the Heavy User?
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The claims are made, both stridently and with certainty. Marijuana is not addictive. Marijuana is not a gateway drug. But, how are these words interpreted?

He Changed His Mind About Marijuana Laws. Why?
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TV personality Art Linkletter’s 20 year-old daughter committed suicide in 1969. He believed she was experiencing an LSD flashback when she jumped from a window.