Cannabis Studies

The love affair between sex and weed, dually stigmatized and (sometimes) cheeky, has been acquainted with the realm of science. The results show that women are winning at orgasms. Researchers in St. Louis, Missouri conducted a study in which 373 women self-reported their sexual experiences for over a year by way of a confidential questionnaire. […]

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Overheard conversation: “Someone like you needs medical marijuana.” “I don’t know. I don’t want to mess up my lungs.” “But you don’t have to smoke it. You can eat it, too.” Hearing stuff like that makes me want to scream. For one thing, when you eat cannabis, it gets processed through the liver, turning the […]

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People who use cannabis regularly may require up to two times the normal level of sedation for surgical procedures, according to a small study out of Colorado. Researchers at Community Hospital in Grand Junction examined the medical records of 250 patients who had endoscopic procedures after 2012, the year Colorado made recreational marijuana legal, according […]

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A small study by Colorado researchers has determined that regular cannabis users may need more sedation during medical procedures. A report on the two-year study, conducted by researchers at Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, was published on Monday in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. The authors of the study noted that the continuing legalization of cannabis […]

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There is little evidence to suggest that fatal car accidents increase on April 20 (4/20), an annual holiday that celebrates marijuana, according to new research forthcoming in Injury Prevention. As states across the country move to legalize medical and recreational marijuana, questions about the impacts of these policy changes – including on driving and rates […]

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Washington, April 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Washington (April 17, 2019) – New Frontier Data, the global authority in data, analytics and business intelligence for the cannabis industry, releases Cannabis Consumer Series: Alcohol vs. Legal Cannabis Consumption in North America. The first installment of this series examines the intersection of consumer preference for alcohol and cannabis, with particular […]

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PotNetwork is pleased to bring you our Marijuana Stock Weekend from our partner publication Grizzle. Grizzle journalist and Head of Research Scott Willis covers the marijuana stock market in-depth, with over 12 years of institutional investment management experience in analyzing both debt and equity securities. He has held senior investment research roles at Credit Suisse and TD Asset […]

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NEW YORK, April 16, 2019 /CNW/ — Tourism has long been a major driver for growth for various countries as many tourists travel abroad for vacations to see dazzling landscapes and bustling city-life. In turn, tourism also drives in revenue for many businesses such as food, retail, and hospitality. However, now, tourism is also helping […]

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Fencing, security cameras, generator requirements, fingerprints, background checks, setbacks and lighting at legal commercial cannabis farms were among the topics five elected Calaveras County supervisors wrestled with Tuesday. Elected leaders and staff spent most of Tuesday morning and Tuesday afternoon hashing out details of how to regulate cannabis cultivation, trying to craft a new law […]

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A published scientific study claims using weed before workout either “increases motivation” to exercise or “enhances recovery from exercise.” Researchers at the University of Colorado interviewed more than 600 marijuana consumers in states where weed is legal to assess how people use cannabis in relation to exercise. The results of the study showed that almost […]

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