Canadian Feds Don't Like How Medical Marijuana Is Being Promoted

Health Canada has issued a stern warning to licensed commercial growers across Canada, telling them to revamp their advertising — or else, they might receive a suspension or revocation of their licenses. The problem? Apparently they're making marijuana look too good. » 11/27/14 2:30pm 11/27/14 2:30pm

Would people abuse a marijuana mouth spray? Absolutely. Does it matter?…

British pharmaceutical company GW Pharmaceuticals has developed a medical marijuana drug called Sativex. The drug is delivered orally via a spray pump, and is the first of its kind to be produced by extracting high-inducing cannabinoids like THC (pot's primary psychoactive ingredient) from the cannabis plant itself. » 1/31/12 3:28pm 1/31/12 3:28pm

A new drug that kills pain like marijuana, without getting you stoned

One reason why medical professionals have lobbied tirelessly to legalize medical marijuana is that the drug can be a powerful painkiller. Now researchers have invented a drug that acts just like marijuana, but never goes to your head. » 9/20/10 5:11pm 9/20/10 5:11pm