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Navigating the Cannabis Industry: Risk Management for Profitability

The cannabis industry is growing and changing at an unprecedented pace, creating huge profit potential and highlighting the various risks for those involved in this field. Understanding current and emerging…

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Psilocybin Mental Health Therapy ‘Not Associated’ With Paranoia Risk, Study Shows

Latest research shows that it is becoming increasingly clear that psilocybin, the active psychoactive compound found in magic mushrooms, has promising therapeutic effects on many difficult-to-treat conditions, but it is…

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Study: More Daylight Creates Less Risk for Mental Health Disorders

As we move through this dark season of winter, there’s been a lot of talk about seasonal affective disorder and tackling the feelings of depression that come with reduced daylight…

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Study: Cannabis Use Associated With Lower Kidney Stone Risk in Male Users

Chinese researchers recently investigated the relationship between kidney stone rates in male cannabis users and men who do not consume cannabis, and found that male cannabis use was, in fact,…

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Heavy Cannabis Use Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Problems in Canadian Study

New study finds people diagnosed with ‘cannabis use disorder’ are about 60% more likely to experience certain heart conditions than adults of the same age and gender without the same…

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Cannabis Industry Banks Still at Risk Without Passage of the Safe Banking Act

Here we cross our fingers again and hope the Senate approves the bill. Safe and fair enforcement banking law (SAFE Banking Act). The law provides banks with regulatory protections, allowing…

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Study: Young MJ Consumers With Psychosis Risk Saw Symptom Improvement

new studytitled “Long-term recreational cannabis use in individuals at high clinical risk of psychosis: lack of association with symptoms, neurocognition, function, and treatment patterns” was published in the journal psychiatric…

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Cannabis Use Not Associated with Greater Risk of Heart Attack, Study Finds

Cannabis use is not associated with an increased risk of heart attack in middle-aged adults, according to data published in . Journal of the American College of Cardiology, NORML report.…

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Study Suggests Cannabis Users Have Lower Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Researchers at the Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in Iran performed the analysis on “seven studies, containing 11 surveys and 4 cohorts.” According to NORML, which aggregated the analysis, the…

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Study: Pot Use Linked With Lower Risk of Liver Disease

While alcohol consumption is a well-known cause of liver damage, the opposite may be true for cannabis smoking. That’s the result of new research Published late last month of Proswan.…

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Cal NORML Warns of Potential THC-O Acetate Risk

new data It points to a potential problem with vaping THC-O acetate, and the reasons are cause for concern. Cal NORML, California’s National Marijuana Law Reform Organization (NORML) chapter, issued…

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Study: Cannabis Use Not A Risk Factor in Liver Transplants

Patients who have smoked weed are often denied potentially life-saving liver transplants. new research It shows that take-ups should not be considered a risk factor for surgery. A study published…

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