Cannabis Studies

As marijuana legalization expands throughout the United States, marijuana use by teens has either remained stable or decreased, according to the latest results of an annual survey from the National Institutes of Health. The 2016 Monitoring the Future (MTF) annual survey continued to show a long-term decline in marijuana, alcohol, tobacco and prescription medication use […]

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A survey, conducted over three decades, has found that more and more Australians are supporting decriminalisation of marijuana. For the first time, more Aussies are supporting cannabis legalisation than those who still want it to be classified as an illicit drug. The primary reasons for this significant shift in mindset are one, the legalisation wave […]

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As 2016 draws to a close, this past year we have furthered the advancement of cannabis for adult use and for cannabis-based medicines, showing they will once again have a prominent place in the American culture and pharmacopoeia. There are approximately 200 known medical conditions reported to be improved by treatment with cannabis.  In addition […]

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Does legalizing recreational marijuana cause more teens to smoke it? That’s highly possible, according to a new UC Davis study, which found teens in Washington state were “significantly” less aware of its potential harm and more likely to have smoked pot after it became legal. “Adolescents are particularly important to look at, since some will […]

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A new research has revealed that people diagnosed with schizophrenia are more likely to try cannabis and that cannabis may also increase the risk of developing symptoms. Also Read: Cannabis-infused beverages introduced by BrewBudz Cannabis users comprise mostly of people dealing with psychosis in comparison to the general population, the study revealed. Its use has been linked to […]

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A survey, conducted over three decades, has found that more and more Australians are supporting decriminalisation of marijuana. For the first time, more Aussies are supporting cannabis legalisation than those who still want it to be classified as an illicit drug. The primary reasons for this significant shift in mindset are one, the legalisation wave […]

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Do you trust budtenders at your local dispensary? Many medical cannabis patients tend to rely on staff at a dispensary to offer recommendations on the best possible strain or cannabis product to treat their respective health condition. A new report finds that most dispensary employees actually have very little training on what they are talking […]

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A new study, published in Psychological Medicine, has added to the body of evidence pointing to a link between schizophrenia and the use of cannabis. New research finds that people with schizophrenia are more likely to smoke cannabis. Recent research suggests that not only are people who are prone to schizophrenia more likely to try […]

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Glass containers display varieties of marijuana for sale at the Station, a retail and medical cannabis dispensary in Boulder, Colo., on Aug. 11. (Brennan Linsley/AP)   States with medical-marijuana laws have fewer traffic fatalities than those without, especially among younger drivers, a new study has found. You would think crash rates might be higher, supposing […]

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