"The purple lights are always there but don't usually light up the sky like this," said employee Cara Smith.
The reviewer will be sent a box of cannabis products to test and review in blog posts and videos each month.
For about every study that demonstrates marijuana and cannabidiol can provide relief to certain types of pain patients, there's another that shows these drugs perform even worse than placebos.
As of 2017, more than 80 percent of U.S. marijuana business owners and founders were white. Local governments are doing their part to try and change that.
Julia Ezell, the former lawyer for the Oklahoma State Department of Health, has plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts for falsifying death threats against her from non-existent angry marijuana advocates.
One member of the public at the vacation spot described the incident as "pretty crazy."
The U.S. experience suggests most stigmas linked to using weed are not supported by scientific evidence.
The Canadian Medical Association wants to phase out medicinal cannabis, citing concerns over "the lack of clinical research, guidance and regulatory oversight," a report said.
Republicans and Democrats voted to pass a bill that increases patients' access to medical marijuana, despite a veto attempt by Governor Paul LePage.
The Florida Department of Health said it has appealed the ruling, which triggers an automatic stay.
The research is scheduled to begin in late 2018.
Marijuana may be the world's most effective remedy for autism—if only it could reach the children who need it.
Jose Belen tried countless strong pills for his PTSD. None of them worked, until he found medical marijuana.
Donald Trump had other ideas.
After a long, hard road, the first marijuana dispensary in Texas is poised to open its doors to treat epilepsy patients.
"It's going to be kind of tragic that all of this was put on hold for decades."
Alexis Bortell and the others involved in her lawsuit against the U.S. government will have their day in court soon, and her lawyer thinks they can win.
For eighth graders, binge drinking and prescription drug abuse decreased after medical marijuana legalization, but increased for 12th graders.
"The train has left the station for marijuana reform...the American public demands it," Representative Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) told Newsweek.