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October 19th, 2020
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Is There Enough CBD In Over-The-Counter CBD Products?
France Supports Medical Cannabis During a United Nations Meeting
For the first time in nearly a century, France vigorously defended the therapeutic potential of cannabis at the United Nations this week.
Why Are Athletes Penalized For Using Cannabis?
The prohibition of steroids and other obvious performance enhancers makes sense because it’s a form of cheating. The same cannot be said about cannabis.
New Zealanders Finally Vote On Cannabis Legalization
New Zealand could potentially become the third nation to pass an adult-use cannabis legalization measure. Voters are deciding the issue right now.
Nearly One-Third Of Migraine Sufferers Use Cannabis
According to the data collected via an app survey, roughly 30 percent of the survey participants reported consuming cannabis to treat their migraines.
Long-Term Cannabis Use Not Linked to Age-Related Cognitive Differences
Science is demonstrating that cannabis can actually be good for the human brain, or at the very least not detrimental, according to recent research.
Will Low-THC Cannabis Be The Next Big Trend in Cannabis?
THC is still very popular, however, other cannabinoids have seen their popularity increase recently, with CBD seeing the most dramatic increase.
How Effective Are Cannabis Warnings On Labels?
The hesitation to believe certain claims about cannabis is reflected in what consumers believe on cannabis labels and what they are more skeptical about.
Cannabis Use Is Associated With Greater Total Sleep Time
Do you have sleep problems? A study shows that cannabis may be able to help people that are having a hard time getting adequate sleep at night.
Successful Cannabis Exports Will Largely Depend On Maintaining Quality
Cannabis entrepreneurs that discover how to preserve the desirable smell of cannabis flower through international transport will no doubt be rewarded.
How Would U.S. Cannabis Legalization Impact The Rest Of The World?
Hypothetically, if the United States legalized cannabis at the federal level it would usher in a new era not only in the U.S., but around the world.
Will A Packaging Deposit Make The Cannabis Industry More Sustainable?
Cannabis packaging is harmful from a sustainability perspective. Canada hopes to solve that problem via a program currently in use by the beverage industry.
Research Shows Medical Cannabis Improved Seniors Quality Of Life
A recent study explored seniors, cannabis, and reported quality of life, and the results are raising a lot of eyebrows.
How Concerned Should Countries Be About Vape Pen Cartridges?
Cannabis vape pen cartridges are under fire for health issues reported in multiple countries. However, cannabis prohibition may be the real culprit.
Should Pharmacists Ask About Patient Cannabis Use?
Have you ever been curious as to whether your prescription medicine would interact with your cannabis use? You're not alone.
Business Opportunity: Cannabis Odor Control Technology
Cannabis is one of the stinkiest plants on earth. Opportunity is knocking for innovators that can improve cannabis odor control technology and methods.
Does Off-Hour Cannabis Consumption Affect Job Performance?
A team of researchers in the United States explored the relationship between off-hours cannabis use and job performance.
CBD Increases Cerebral Blood Flow To Regions Of Brain
A growing body of evidence is demonstrating that cannabis is good for the brain, or at the very least, doesn’t have a negative impact on the brain.
Use Algorithms To Expunge Cannabis Convictions
With the technology currently available, no one who lives in a legal cannabis jurisdiction should have to walk around with the cannabis scarlet letter.
CBD Associated With Greater Likelihood Of Cannabis Abstinence
A study conducted by the University College of London found that a daily dose of 400 mgs of CBD seemed to help patients quit cannabis.
Most Canadian Oncologists Know Little About Cannabis
Despite cannabis’ medical properties and widespread use, many doctors still don’t know enough about medical cannabis, as evidenced by a new study.
Hopeful Cannabis Cultivators Look To Supply Dutch Coffee Shops
If the Netherlands can get policies updated, the European nation could remain an international leader for cannabis tourism well into the future.
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.
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