Health & Wellness

University of Kentucky Opens New Cannabis Research Center

Bluegrass State University’s flagship university is going green. Wednesday’s announcementthe University of Kentucky announced the opening of a “new center to advance research into the medical use of cannabis.” As…

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Researchers Studying Psychedelic Drug as Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease

The Toronto-based biotech company, which is investigating new psychedelic drugs as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, recently received approval from Argentine regulators to initiate Phase II clinical trials of its…

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The Role of Cannabis in Treating Long COVID

During a recent (and very important) call with one of my publishers, the call was muted whenever I wasn’t speaking so I could fire off my vomit. but the call…

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Researchers Studying Psilocybin as Treatment for Obesity

Based on growing evidence that psilocybin may treat many serious mental health conditions, researchers are now studying the effects of the active ingredients in magic mushrooms on obesity. Previous research…

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Study: CBD Oil Safe, Effective for Autism Patients

CBD oil could be an effective treatment option for people with autism. According to a new study published late last month,. A case study conducted by a team of Canadian…

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King’s College London Begins 6,000-Person Study on Cannabis, Mental Health

Recently ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the UK, King’s College London announced We plan to launch a study to examine the effects of cannabis on mental…

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Study Finds Cannabis Consumers Experienced Less Severe COVID-19 Symptoms

of cannabis research journal We recently published a new study that claims cannabis can help reduce symptoms of COVID-19. the study, “Cannabis consumption is associated with reduced COVID-19 severity in…

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New Study Shows Evidence That Low-Dose THC Could Help Treat Veteran PTSD

Research published in journals neuropharmacology A study by Wayne State University researchers showed evidence that low doses of THC can help treat people suffering from PTSD. This research is formallyCannabinoid…

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Qualitative Study Reveals Medical Students’ Attitudes Toward Medical Pot

With a large decades-long industry in the United States and increasing use for a variety of medical conditions, medical cannabis is commonly used for symptom management in the United States…

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Hong Kong Expected To Ban CBD

according to hong kong free pressthe Panel on Security of the Hong Kong Legislative Council said in June Ban on CBDIn writing, the council argued for this reason because CBD…

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New Rules Published by Transportation Department Warn Medical Examiners of CBD

The draft rule was published in the Official Gazette on August 15.conducts physical examinations of commercial drivers and guides medical examiners (MEs) responsible for certifying drivers for the U.S. Department…

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Doug Chloupek of Juva Life on the Coining of a New Cannabis Molecule |

With regulations still around cannabis thanks to the Schedule I list, there’s still a lot we don’t understand about the plant and all its mysteries. We discovered two molecules coined…

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Study Shows Cannabis Users 55% Less Likely to Develop Common Liver Cancer

Cannabis is already used to treat cancer symptoms and cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy.However, recent study We have found that cannabis use may actually reduce your chances of…

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Higher Profile: Dr. Rebecca Siegel, Author, The Brain on Cannabis

Dr. Rebecca Siegel’s book admits that as a teenager in the 1980s, she grew up with the “marijuana” stereotype. They believed that marijuana was only used by unproductive, low-performing “potheads.”…

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Cannabis Found Effective to Treat Sickle Cell Disease Pain

Cannabis is a safe and potentially safe form of chronic pain that afflicts people with sickle cell disease, according to a new clinical trial jointly led by researchers at the…

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‘Joints For Jabs’ Gives Out Free Marijuana to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations

DC Marijuana Justice, a group of Washington, DC activists, has a big plan to encourage vaccination efforts while focusing on reforming marijuana law. “Joints for jabs” & COVID-19 The idea…

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Maryland Cannabis Workers Get Same Covid-19 Vaccine Status as Health Care Workers

Employees of Kanna Business are included in the first wave of healthcare providers to vaccinate the Covid-19 vaccine in Maryland. The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission is working with the State…

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American Medical Association Asks Court To Overturn Medical Marijuana Vote In Mississippi

Both the Mississippi Medical Association (MSMA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) have challenged the November-approved medical marijuana voting initiative by the majority of Mississippi voters. Medical marijuana and AMA…

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Cannabis Use Associated with Reduced Alcohol Intake Among Treatment-Seeking Drinkers

Research on the medical benefits of cannabis has been delayed in the United States, but with the ongoing legalization of marijuana, more empirical evidence is being shared by the medical…

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Nearly Half of Medical Cannabis Users Cease Using Opioids for Pain After Twelve Months

According to a recently published scientific journal Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia, Patients with medical marijuana have shown that opioid use has been significantly reduced or eliminated over time. Research on…

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