Cannabis Studies

About a quarter of people surveyed in states set about to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana will never imbibe — regardless of how loosely it is regulated — while one in five will consume regardless of what approach states take following legalization. But for the majority in-between, things like cost, government tracking of purchases and workplace […]

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About a quarter of people surveyed in states set about to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana will never imbibe — regardless of how loosely it is regulated — while one in five will consume regardless of what approach states take following legalization. But for the majority in-between, things like cost, government tracking of purchases and workplace […]

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About a quarter of people surveyed in states set about to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana will never imbibe — regardless of how loosely it is regulated — while one in five will consume regardless of what approach states take following legalization. But for the majority in-between, things like cost, government tracking of purchases and workplace […]

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Is marijuana actually the “gateway” to harder drug use that some say it is? It’s a prospect that opponents of Question 4, which would legalize marijuana in Massachusetts, worry about, especially in the midst of a deepening national opioid and heroin abuse crisis. But proponents of Question 4 in Nov. 8’s election say those concerns […]

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Smoking marijuana may give humans the gift of enhanced night vision, according to the latest findings published in the journal eLife. In a study of tadpoles, Canadian researchers said marijuana showed promising results in giving the creatures better vision in the dark. The study goes on to suggests that since the herb makes cells in the […]

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Smoking marijuana may give humans the gift of enhanced night vision, according to the latest findings published in the journal eLife. In a study of tadpoles, Canadian researchers said marijuana showed promising results in giving the creatures better vision in the dark. The study goes on to suggests that since the herb makes cells in the […]

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A new study suggests that marijuana may have a strange benefit: improving night vision. Based on a pharmacologist’s observation in the 1990s that Jamaican fishermen who smoked or consumed cannabis had “an uncanny ability to see in the dark,” researchers at McGill University dug in. They applied a synthetic cannabinoid to the eye tissue of […]

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A new study suggests that marijuana may have a strange benefit: improving night vision. Based on a pharmacologist’s observation in the 1990s that Jamaican fishermen who smoked or consumed cannabis had “an uncanny ability to see in the dark,” researchers at McGill University dug in. They applied a synthetic cannabinoid to the eye tissue of […]

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Researchers studied effect of increased cannabinoid levels in tadpoles Found it made retinal ganglion cells more sensitive, increasing activity  These are cells responsible for transmitting info on light from eyes to brain  Increasing cannabinoid levels allowed them to detect objects in low light By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com Published: 15:07 EST, 27 October 2016 | Updated: 15:29 […]

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In partnership with RIWI Corp., Deloitte surveyed 5,000 Canadians this past summer — including 1,000 identified as recreational marijuana users — and calculated that the base retail market alone would be worth $4.9 billion to $8.7 billion annually. The ancillary market — growers, infused product makers, testing labs, and security — would increase that to […]

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