No “lab made shit” for this Cowboy.
There’s an epidemic of brain injuries in football and hardly any options to treat them.
Nevada’s gaming regulators are notoriously anti-cannabis.
The NBA and NFL still ban all cannabis products even though many athletes say they help with pain.
They join a growing number of athletes “coming out of the green closet” about how cannabis helped them cope with injuries they suffered on the field.
Since retiring, Barnes has come out of the green closet to help pro-athletes deal with the stigma of cannabis.
Reuben Foster of the 49ers is officially in the clear for cannabis possession charges.
Mike James put his career on the line to change the league’s policy. Now, he might suffer for it.
For athletes, cannabis can result in fines, drug courses, and even expulsion.
Fans can get discounts and Lights-branded herb.
Ricky Williams is launching his own brand of medical marijuana products under the name Real Wellness.
Mike Jeffcoat, a baseball coach for Texas Wesleyan University, was fired after sending a preemptive rejection letter.
Currently, when NFL players injure themselves, they’re met with two options: power through it and stay on the field, or recover and risk slipping into obscurity.
How do you use CBD like Olympians? For pain, stress, and sleep for starters.
Shannon Briggs ballooned up to 400-pounds. Weed got him back in the ring.
The 420 Games is proving that stoners are a lot more than couch-locked.
The case is going all the way to the Supreme Court, where decisions are felt on a national level.
Former NHL enforcer, Riley Cote tells HERB that he thinks professional sports organizations embracing cannabis will benefit players’ health and teams’ bottom-lines.