Marijuana

Marijuana

A nasty – and really severe – marijuana side effect is helped by hot showers, doctors say

By the time Thomas Hodorowski made the connection between his marijuana habit and the bouts of pain and vomiting that left him incapacitated every few weeks, he had been to the emergency room dozens of times, tried anti-nausea drugs, anti-anxiety medications and antidepressants, endured an upper endoscopy procedure and two colonoscopies, seen a psychiatrist and had his appendix and gallbladder removed.

Cannabis equity aimed at helping those most affected by the war on drugs

Cannabis advocates Cesar Casamayor and Gidai Maaza, co-founders of The People’s Dispensary, answer how and why cannabis equity would help people of color get a fair boost in becoming part of the growing cannabis industry.