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A new prescription drug made from CBD has been groundbreaking for kids with epilepsy. We talked to their parents about the good, the bad and the ugly ...
There's "that sense that it is going to be a cure-all. And it's just not," one mom whose child is taking the new drug said.
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There's been a resurgence of interest in psychedelic drugs' potential to treat conditions like depression. Research is beginning to yield new treatments.
Wall Street thinks CBD could be a $16 billion industry by 2025. Here’s what the cannabis compound does to your brain and body.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a compound in marijuana that's not linked with a high. Here's what we know about its mental and physical effects.
A drug derived from marijuana has triggered the first federal shift on cannabis in half a century, and experts predict an avalanche effect
The nation's top drug regulator has officially changed how it regulates FDA-approved drugs that contain CBD, a marijuana compound, with the approval of the epilepsy drug Epidiolex. It's the first time in 46 years that the Drug Enforcement Administration has shifted its stance on cannabis.
The drug maker behind the first FDA-approved medication derived from marijuana has revealed how much it’ll cost
On a call with investors this week, GW Pharmaceuticals revealed the price of Epidiolex, its newly-approved, marijuana-based drug for rare forms of epilepsy.
The first marijuana-based prescription drug in the US has been approved, and some cannabis startups should be worried
The FDA's historic approval of the first marijuana-derived prescription drug has left cannabis startups in a tough spot. Many welcome the news as a sign of the growing recognition of marijuana's potential health benefits, but some worry it will increase demand for sub-par products.
A compound in the plant that’s been linked to a range of potential health benefits — but doesn’t cause a high — is increasingly being eyed for its use in salves, oils, balms, and beverages. It’s also the main ingredient in a drug that just became the first of its kind to win government approval.
A drug derived from marijuana just got a big lift that will likely make it the first of its kind to get federal approval
A drug derived from marijuana to treat epilepsy is on the brink of winning US government approval. In its third large clinical trial, Epidiolex appeared to significantly reduce the worst symptoms of two severe forms of childhood epilepsy.