Cannabis Studies

According to research by RTI International, an independent nonprofit research institute, cannabis consumers in legal states prefer edibles to smoking or vaporizing, citing lack of odor, no secondhand smoke, discreetness, convenience, longer lasting and less intense highs, and “edibles’ ability to aid in relaxation and reduce anxiety more than smoking. The study was conducted via […]

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Cannabis should be legalised in order to prevent a mental health crisis among young people, a report suggests. High-potency cannabis has become almost ubiquitous on the streets, the study by drugs think-tank Volteface and researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University and King’s College London found. At the same time, there has been a dramatic increase in […]

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Tweet The term “crisis” is used far too often these days, and, more often than not, incorrectly. (Starbucks running out of vanilla soy milk does not constitute a crisis, Hysterical Harry.) What does constitute a true crisis is where the United States is in relation to opioids. Unlike Commander Cheeto, the numbers don’t lie, according […]

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Coming on the heels of a report showing stark racial disparities in marijuana law enforcement in his state, a member of the Pennsylvania legislature is pushing his fellow state lawmakers to launch a study on legalizing or decriminalizing the drug. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images Sponsored by Rep. Ed Gainey of Pittsburgh, the resolution introduced in the Pennsylvania […]

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