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The Society of Cannabis Clinicians keeps you up-to-date on cannabis in clinical practice, industry trends, and policy critiques.

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The Society of Cannabis Clinicians keeps you up-to-date on cannabis in clinical practice, industry trends, and policy critiques.

The Society of Cannabis Clinicians and allied organizations held an inaugural bilingual International Veterinary Cannabis Roundtable Webinar to explore the current gaps in knowledge and expand collective wisdom.

Dr. Genevieve Newton explores how cannabis therapeutics may be a beneficial addition to hospice and palliative care. Discover the science and hear from experts in the field.

James Brent, DDS explores how listening with the senses and tuning into our hearts allows us to have a special relationship with cannabis and other plants.

Cannabis nurses Eloise Theisen, NP and Katherine Golden, RN give an insider perspective of what it’s like to operate a free hotline aimed at educating patients and the general public on cannabis therapeutics.

ICESI University in Cali, Colombia announced that it will be hosting a free day-long course on cannabis science for indigenous communities that have been historically discriminated.

Dr. Genevieve Newton outlines the preclinical and clinical research on the applications of cannabis for anxiety and depression.

In the premier debut of Canna Talk with Frye & Wilson-King, Dr. Wilson King discusses cannabis, women’s health, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and sexual function.

James Brent, DDS outlines the mind/body connection and how cannabis and other herbs may help bring the gut and the brain into alignment.

A student from Oakton Community College submitted a compelling answer to the question: what is the real difference between indicas and sativas?

Sarah Mann, MD analyses the knowledge gap in medical schools on cannabis therapeutics and how education can empower both healthcare professionals and the patients that they serve.