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Hopeful Cannabis Cultivators Look To Supply Dutch Coffee Shops
Cannabis Tourism Could Help Cities Struggling Due to COVID-19
A recent study found that a significant number of tourists are interested in engaging in cannabis-related vacation activities.
Healthcare Pros Starting to See Cannabis as Medicine, Study Shows
According to survey data, nearly three out of every four health care professionals support the use of medical cannabis instead of opioids.
Data Regarding Cannabis Use During Pregnancy Produces Mixed Results
It was believed that any cannabis use during pregnancy was bad. However, a growing body of evidence is calling that absolutist position into question.
UK's National Health Service To Manufacture Medical Cannabis Oil
In the United Kingdom, government health workers are considering manufacturing their own medical cannabis oil to bring relief to suffering patients.
Study: Cannabis Associated With Reductions In Depressive Feelings
More research has recently indicated cannabis may help alleviate the chronic depression. 96% of participants experienced a reduction in depressive symptoms.
Can Hyperspectral Near-Infrared Imaging Help Cannabis Growers?
More cultivators are using science and technology, like hyperspectral near-infrared imaging, to objectively measure the growth of their crops.
Study Finds Older Cannabis Consumers Exercise More Often
A new study explored the relationship between cannabis use and exercise rates among older individuals -- and what researchers found is significant.
Yet Another Study Finds Cannabis Reduces Opioid Use
More and more research is pointing to cannabis as an effective alternative to habit-forming opioids. Respondents report a higher quality of life.
Jamaica To Allow Online Medical Cannabis Sales
Medical cannabis use in Jamaica just got a little easier. New rules allow patients to order medicine online to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Study Finds Higher THC Does Not Translate To Increased 'High'
Presumably, these consumers and patients think that a higher THC level translates to increased euphoric effects, which is not always the case according to a recent study.
Inhaled Cannabis Provides Temporary Relief For PTSD Patients Per Study
According to a new study, inhaled cannabis may provide temporary relief from PTSD symptoms for those that suffer from the debilitating condition.
Cannabis Use Not Associated With Greater Risk Of Occupational Injuries
A recent study out of Canada has found that cannabis use is not associated with a greater risk of occupational injuries. Does this mean fewer drug tests?
Elderly Cannabis Patients Use Fewer Prescription Drugs, Study Shows
According to a recent study out of Israel, cannabis may be able to help lower the need for pharmaceutical drugs among nursing home patients.
Are Inhalers Safe and Effective for Chronic Pain Patients?
A new spin on an old consumption method is gaining traction and becoming more widely available, plus it may be effective at treating chronic pain.
Will The United Nations Change Global Cannabis Policy In December?
A United Nations vote is expected to occur in December which could result in international cannabis policy finally being updated.
Australian Therapeutic Goods Association Suggests Rescheduling CBD
Legal CBD products are not as widely available as they should be in many countries, including Australia. Luckily for Australians, that could be changing.
Cannabis Legalization Could Help Re-Start International Tourism
What can governments do to boost tourism confidence among consumers? According to a recent study, cannabis legalization could help.
What Should Be The Legal Age For Cannabis? Researchers Weigh In
Cannabis is often being regulated much like alcohol, which begs the question - what should be the legal age for adult-use cannabis?
How Has Cannabis Legalization Impacted Young Citizens?
What impact, if any, has adult-use legalization had on young people? A team of international researchers looked into it and their findings are insightful.
Researcher Claims Cannabis Shows Promise Blocking Coronavirus Infection
According to at least one Canadian researcher's claim, cannabis may help people avoid contracting coronavirus in the first place.
Study: Few Changes In Driving Performance After Cannabis Inhalation
Does cannabis impair one's ability to drive? A new study suggests that people under the influence of cannabis drive a bit slower, but otherwise the same.
Does CBD Convert to THC When Metabolized?
Many people are wondering if CBD could convert to THC after it's metabolized. A team of international researchers has the answer.
How Long Does Cannabis Pollen Last When Stored?
Canadian researchers are finding new and innovative ways to store pollen. That's good news for cannabis connoisseurs and their favorite cultivars.
Is Cannabis Smoke Worse For People Than Tobacco Smoke?
A team of researchers investigated whether cannabis smoke is the same as tobacco smoke as it pertains to consumer health. The results may surprise you.
How Technology Helped Save 4/20 This Year
How did you celebrate 4/20 this year? Millions participated in virtual events. Will the ease of tele-celebration become the preferred way to party?
How Popular Is CBD In Google Searches?
It is estimated that as many as 7 billion queries are performed on Google in any given day. How many of those are related to CBD and is the trend waning?
Is Cannabis the Safest Option for Treating Migraines?
Acetaminophen overdose accounts for roughly 458 deaths each year. Research shows cannabis can help treat migraines with significantly fewer risks.
Researchers Explore Motivations For Large Cannabis Companies
Though some cannabis companies site profit as their main motivation, others have a more altruistic outlook as to why they entered the industry.
Do European CBD Products Contain THC Without Consumers Knowing?
A recent study out of Germany found that a large percentage of CBD products labeled "Zero THC" actually contain some THC.
Is the Pandemic Hindering Global Cannabis Research and Innovation?
It's likely that some of the leading minds in cannabis research and medicine will put their cannabis pursuits on hold to turn their focus to the pandemic.
Evidence Lacking to Support CBD As An Anti-Viral Agent
The results of a new study out of Italy, regarding CBD and potential anti-viral agent effectiveness, is not encouraging.
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