Cannabis Studies

Right-wingers: give your hands a break from all that wringing.  The passing of medical marijuana legislation across the United States hasn’t resulted in more teens taking up cannabis use, a new study has found. “We found no evidence of an effect of [medical marijuana law] enactment in any [marijuana use] outcome for both men and women […]

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reader comments 57 With 29 states and the District of Columbia having now legalized medical marijuana, many consumers are trying out various types of extracts containing cannabidiol (CBD)—a relatively safe, non-addictive component of marijuana that does not generate a “high” and has shown potential for treating a variety of conditions, including pain, anxiety, and epilepsy. […]

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California Treasurer John Chiang wants the state to consider creating a government-owned bank that could serve cannabis businesses, one of several recommendations aimed at helping bring those businesses into the financial mainstream. The recommendations, the product of a year of meetings of a cannabis working group organized by Chiang’s office, suggest there may be ways […]

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Do you and your lover sometimes have a glass of wine or two to help set the mood? Alcohol, while it can soften inhibitions, may also cause trouble when it comes time to perform, especially for men. Some turn to cannabis as an alternative. Unfortunately, research on how marijuana affects sexual performance is conflicting. Some […]

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Do you and your lover sometimes have a glass of wine or two to help set the mood? Alcohol, while it can soften inhibitions, may also cause trouble when it comes time to perform, especially for men. Some turn to cannabis as an alternative. Unfortunately, research on how marijuana affects sexual performance is conflicting. Some […]

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Only five of the thirty states with medical cannabis programs – Minnesota, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Arkansas – require pharmacist involvement in medical cannabis dispensaries. … read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/study-2-out-of-3-pain-patients-quit-opioids-with-marijuana_us_59fcc013e4b05e3e1f0a00e4

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Only five of the thirty states with medical cannabis programs – Minnesota, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Arkansas – require pharmacist involvement in medical cannabis dispensaries. … read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/study-2-out-of-3-pain-patients-quit-opioids-with-marijuana_us_59fcc013e4b05e3e1f0a00e4

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Energy, like many industries, runs on data. Utilities measure the demand for power across residential and commercial settings, tracking fluctuations not only from season to season but also on a day to day basis. It is part of a metric that helps them predict user demand and to plan for future customer growth. Given the […]

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