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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 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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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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Study: German Patients Have ‘Greater Satisfaction’ With MMJ Than Previous Treatments

It is no secret that cannabis acts as an alternative to other long-used pharmaceuticals as it relates to the control and treatment of pain and related symptoms. Numerous studies have…

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CBD Can Significantly Lower Dogs’ Stress and Anxiety in Car Travel, Study Shows

Taking your dog to the vet or anywhere that involves driving can be stressful. Not just for the poor puppy, but for you too. But your favorite plants, especially CBD,…

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Study Shows Pot Makes Workouts Enjoyable, Doesn’t Boost Performance

According to the first ever study A study conducted by the University of Colorado Boulder on how legal, commercial cannabis affects exercise found that while cannabis can make exercise more…

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There’s No Heightened Cardiovascular Danger with Cannabis Use, Study Indicates

according to research has been published in diary heart rhythmmiddle-aged adults with a history of cannabis use are not at high risk of experiencing atrial fibrillation (AFib), also known as…

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New Study Shows Data on Cancer Survivors’ Cannabis Use, Effectiveness as Treatment

In a recently published study, Cancer Survivorship Journal We found evidence that the majority of participants who were cancer survivors used cannabis to manage symptoms. of study The paper was…

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Munchies Explained Scientifically in New Study

A new study has discovered scientific evidence and further explanation as to why cannabis increases appetite and is commonly known as “munchies.” The study was supported by researchers at Washington…

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Study: Canadian MJ Legalization Has No Association with Increasing Psychosis Rates

As cannabis reform moves forward in Western countries, there is growing debate over cannabis-induced psychosis, with regular use of cannabis and highly concentrated products potentially worsening mental health symptoms as…

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Study Shows Evidence that CBD-Infused Tampons Are Effective for Treating Menstrual Pain

New research published in Journal of Endometriosis and Uterine Disease recently investigated the effectiveness of CBD tampons as a treatment for severe menstrual cramps and associated pain. in “Efficacy and…

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New Study Reviews Inequity in Cannabis Research, Recommends How To Move Forward

Recent papers published in PNAS Nexus provides an in-depth review of the impact of the drug war on people of color, the disproportionate ownership of cannabis businesses in today’s industry,…

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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: CBD’s Anti-Inflammatory, Neurological Benefits Could Provide Alzheimer’s Relief

Cannabidiol (CBD) is known and widely used for a variety of potential effects, including pain relief, sleep, stress and anxiety reduction, and anti-seizure properties. The list goes on. Non-psychoactive cannabinoids…

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New Study Suggests Cannabis Does Not Help Opioid Use Disorder

Longitudinal studies of opioid addiction and cannabis use have found little or no evidence that cannabis use helps addicts reduce or stop long-term intake of illicit opioids. of studyThe study,…

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Study: MMJ, Opioids Comparable in Treating Pain––Weed Carries More ‘Holistic’ Relief

There are many recent studies supporting the effectiveness of medical marijuana. Certainly a suitable alternative to opioids, many users find that they are able to completely reduce or eliminate their…

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Study: Cannabis Use During Pregnancy May Lead to Low Birth Weight, Preterm Birth

A new study finds that babies exposed to cannabis in the womb may be at higher risk for certain adverse birth outcomes, such as low birth weight and preterm birth.…

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Study Shows Significant Brain Recovery Following Alcohol Abstinence

the study, Published in a magazine in August alcoholfocused on how long-term abstinence can reverse the effects of cortical thinning in the brains of people with alcohol use disorders. “Several…

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Study: Cannabis Users’ Empathy-Focused Brain Regions Have Stronger Connectivity

Many cannabis users will attest to the fact that cannabis actually brings people together and helps them develop a better sense of mutual understanding and mutual respect. Science is finally…

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Access to CBD Leads to Decrease in Opioid Prescriptions, Study Shows

The recent report is Southern Economic Journal On October 26, we found evidence that legal access to CBD leads to fewer opioid prescriptions. Research called “”Is CBD a panacea?Impact of…

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