It comes down to control: the most outstanding feature of the new inhaler is that it delivers precise doses, allowing physicians to monitor and curtail their patients' cannabis consumption.
An undercover police sting has netted marijuana, cocaine and arms in a multi-site raid across Israel.
Southern District Police discovered a major illicit marijuana cultivation and sales operation in the northern Negev.
A Jewish anti-drug abuse program warns that K2 -- synthetic marijuana -- has become a deadly force on the street.
IDF and Border Guard Police arrested an Arab suspect and seized weapons, money and drugs in Jelazoun.
Israeli doctors will soon be able to prescribe medical cannabis for their patients.
The marijuana valued at $50 million, and seized in an operation over the past few months.
Acting Health Minister Yaakov Litzman says it will be supervised like any other drug that is considered a narcotic.
Does the popularity of smoking grass mean that is good for the soul?
Two cops who ordered a pizza vomited instead of getting high.
"The public has advanced to the point that they understand that cannabis users are normative citizens who are not harming anybody and that there's no reason to persecute them and incriminate them."
Cannabis is being touted as a cure for diseases from diabetes to Parkinson’s and epilepsy.
Police arrested three men from central Israel on Friday after confiscating 3.5 tons of marijuana in a raid on a farm that was hidden...
A farmer in the (legal) Tikkun Olan Cannabis farm near Tzfat. This is one of their greenhouses.
The company is licensed by Israel's Ministry of...
Israel Police received more than 9 million ‘100' calls (Israel’s ‘911') in 2013; 18 percent came from Tel Aviv.
By the time they end up at Baba’s Grillroom in central Amsterdam, Israeli tourists tend to be somewhat distracted.
Situated near the famous Rembrandt Square,...
Israeli police exposed a drug lab in the Palestinian Authority city of Tulkarm, located on the western edge of Samaria and less than 15...
Leftists may not like Moshe Feiglin’s view of the Palestinian Authority, but they love him for his pro-marijuana stance. Meretz MK says, “On this we have a shared goal.” Feiglin reveals, “I don’t smoke.”
Israel, like Canada and many states in the US, has one big reason to legalize marijuana: Money. Canada launches legal medical marijuana. Colorado and Washington have legalized it. Is Israel next?
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