Health & Wellness

Doctors Join Call To Regulate Intoxicating Hemp Cannabinoids

A professional organization of physicians who support drug policy reform is calling for the regulation of intoxicating cannabinoids derived from hemp, including delta-8 THC, arguing that the safety of products…

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Study: U.S. Medical Cannabis Laws Increase Patient’s Mental Health

researchers University of Basel Swiss researchers recently published a study on April 2nd that analyzed how the legalization of medical marijuana in the United States has affected the well-being of…

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False Dosage Labels on 96% of Tested Amazon Hemp Products, Many With No Hemp or CBD

As cannabis and CBD reform blooms across the West, hemp-derived cannabinoid products are receiving increasing attention as lawmakers continue to raise red flags over the lack of regulation and the…

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New Study on Metals in Weed Vapes Presented by Researchers

In a study published in ACS Omega Last November, researchers discovered that the liquid in both legal and illegal vape pens contained metal nanoparticles, including copper, zinc, lead, nickel, and…

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Organs from Cannabis Consumers Don’t Pose Risks of Infection

a study Published in American Transplant Journal It was recently revealed that organs harvested from donors with a recent history of cannabis use showed no signs of infection or significant…

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Inhalable Lung Cancer Drug Delivery Performs Well, Study Suggests

Ironically, a new study suggests that powerful drugs to fight lung cancer may be safer to administer by inhalation than through surgery, injections or other invasive methods. Researchers at Columbia…

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Washington To Do Away With 37% Medical Cannabis Tax

Washington state lawmakers “recently passed a bill that would exempt medical marijuana patients and designated providers from a 37% excise tax.” according to forbes. Passage of the bill would eliminate…

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Study Finds Cannabis Users Have Lower Chance of Cognitive Decline

Cannabis use is associated with lower rates of subjective cognitive decline (SCD), according to a new study by researchers at the State University of New York (SUNY). The study found…

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Study: Vaporizing CBD/THC Cannabis Blend Effective for Sustained Migraine Relief

the Estimation At least 39 million Americans live with migraines, but that number could be much higher due to a lack of diagnosis and appropriate treatment. And anyone who experiences…

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How to Make Marijuana Butter

Marijuana butter, also known as “cannabutter,” is the backbone of many cannabis edibles, especially marijuana brownies. Learning how to make marijuana butter opens up a whole new part of cannabis…

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Cheap Schemes and Big Tobacco Tricks: The Recipe for White Ash

The White Ashes conversation was clearly intolerable. Inebriated weed connoisseurs and connoisseurs around the world have been posting ash videos on Instagram for years now, looking only at the color…

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Can Cannabinoids Help People Wean Off Opioids?

Doctors desperately need tools to combat the opioid epidemic and are turning to cannabinoids as a new way to approach the problem of opioid use disorder (OUD). Recently, researchers aimed…

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Researchers Use AI To Learn Which Drugs Don’t Mix

the study, It was published in the magazine natural biomedical engineeringcenters around a model used to determine which drugs may interfere with each other when taken together. “An in vitro…

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Study: Cannabis May Be Effective Harm Reduction Tool To Ease Stimulant Cravings

Despite past distorted messages about cannabis being a gateway drug or leading to the use and abuse of more addictive and harmful substances, many people today believe that cannabis can…

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New Research Explores Cannabis Use, Binge Eating

Just about everyone knows that smoking weed can sometimes give you a serious bout of tummy tucks. But researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia are taking a closer look at…

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New Study Shows Cannabis Extract Triggers Death of Melanoma Cells

According to the results of a recently published laboratory study, cannabis extract slowed the growth of skin cancer cells and caused them to self-destruct. A study by Australian researchers found…

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South Carolina Bans Certain Hemp Ingredients from Food and Beverages

Still other states are cracking down on hemp-based products for their intoxicating properties, making South Carolina's approach to hemp-containing foods one of the most extreme. The South Carolina Department of…

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‘Collective Mind’: Researchers Examine Social Effects of Watching the Same Thing Together

More than 123 million people tuned in Sunday to watch the Kansas City Chiefs (and Taylor Swift) win the Super Bowl, making it the most-watched television program in history. That's…

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Study: Same-Day Cannabis Use Improves Sleep for Users With Anxiety

The relationship between cannabis and sleep remains widely debated. Studies have shown that cannabis does have sleep benefits, and many consumers who use cannabis may also find it more sedative…

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‘Old Smoker’ Star Discovered Lurking in Milky Way Galaxy

A strange new type of star that scientists call an “old smoker” has been discovered after years of astronomical research. According to four different recently published studies. Royal Astronomical Society…

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