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We are in the midst of a global pandemic of COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. COVID-19 has reached far into the average person’s everyday life, fundamentally changing the way we approach social situations and normal daily outings. Among people’s many concerns is whether cannabis use is safe during the outbreak, and how best to...

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For decades, governments and academics told us that smoking weed would lower our IQs, slow our reflexes, and even destroy our brain cells. These Reefer Madness-like claims were based on faulty studies, and they ignore new research that not only suggests cannabis doesn’t harm the brain, but that the plant could potentially regenerate brain cells, too. The...

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At this moment, 11 American states and Washington, D.C. now have adult-use cannabis legislation law on its books. When it comes to medical, 33 states have passed regulations. Additionally, 24 states and the country’s capital decriminalized marijuana in some form or another. With over half of the United States passing cannabis legislation, some wonder if federal action...

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A newly discovered cannabinoid may completely change our understanding of cannabis. And the coolest part? It’s a stronger version of weed’s most famous compound: THC. Earlier this week, Italian researchers published their findings in the latest edition of Nature. After analyzing a medical marijuana strain grown exclusively by Italy’s military, dubbed FM2, the researchers found unusual chemical signatures, which eventually...

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Americans who suffer from depression are twice as likely to use cannabis than those who are not depressed, according to a new study published in the Addiction journal. Researchers from Columbia University and the City University of New York (CUNY) conducted this study “to estimate trends in the prevalence of cannabis use and risk perceptions of cannabis use from 2005‐2017 among United States...

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