We usually associate smoking marijuana with an altered state of mind and even forgetfulness. But what if, in fact, it could have the opposite affect? A recent study by researchers at the University of Bonn are shining a new light on the benefits of THC (the active ingredient in cannabis) for brain health and memory. Having published their work in the journal Nature Medicine, these scientists used a long-term low dose of THC in laboratory mice and found that this therapy dramatically restored memory and reversed the effects of brain aging. With clinical trials in humans set to start later this year, this may be the dawn of a whole new meaning of medical marijuana. So take out your pipe, and Read Here.