marijuana

Police bust network of doctors illegally selling medical cannabis licenses

Drug dealers exploited the criminal network in order to buy cannabis and sell it for a profit.

Medical marijuana found effective in reducing chronic lower-back pain – Israeli study

Four out of five people have lower back pain at some point in their lives, making it one of the most common reasons people visit their doctors.

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Germany to legalize cannabis use for recreational purposes

Germany will follow in the footsteps of other legalized countries, such as Malta.

By REUTERS
26/10/2022

Russian court upholds US basketball star Griner's 9-year drug sentence

The presiding judge said the verdict was upheld "without changes" except for the counting of time served in pre-trial detention as part of the sentence.

By REUTERS
25/10/2022

Biden overhauls US policy on marijuana, pardons prior federal offenses

Biden said thousands of people with prior marijuana possession convictions will be pardoned.

By REUTERS
07/10/2022

IDF seizes NIS 3.5m worth of drugs at Egyptian border

In total, the IDF seized NIS3.5m worth of illegal drugs, weighing approximately 100 kilograms. The smugglers' vehicles and equipment were also seized and turned over to Israel Police.

How can we stop the opioid crisis? It involves medical cannabis - study

90.6% of study participants found medical cannabis to be very or extremely helpful in treating their medical condition.

Does smoking weed make you lazy? High-ly important study says no

The findings of this joint study further debunk the "lazy stoner" stereotype, blazing forward the body of research into the truth about cannabis use.

02/09/2022

Jailed Telegrass founder registers party for 2022 Knesset elections

This is the second attempt by Telegrass founders to register for the 2022 elections.

By ARIK BENDER/MAARIV
16/08/2022
Employee tends to medical cannabis plants at Pharmocann, an Israeli medical cannabis company in nort

Unintentional cannabis poisoning cases in children on the rise

Young children under the age of 12 usually ingest cannabis unintentionally. They mistake “edible” marijuana-like gummy bears, brownies, lollipops, etc -for regular food and eat it.

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