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Ending Psychedelic Myths With Professor David Nutt

Professor David Nutt has never been afraid to stick his head above the parapet on the topic of drugs. His repeated calling-out of the failures of contemporary drug policy has seen him butt heads with academics and politicians alike. In this interview with Professor Nutt, we discuss pot, policy and the potential of psilocybin.

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What’s Going On With California’s Cannabis Tax?

Following New Year's Day's tax hike, California's governor now plans to simplify the state’s approach to taxing and regulating cannabis.

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Daily Cannabis Use Can Drive HPV-Related Tumor Growth, Study Finds

Marijuana use may be a driving factor in the rise of head and neck cancer cases, according to a new study.

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Over 80% of Cannabis in Australia Is Consumed by Daily Users, Study Finds

The majority of cannabis consumption behavior is more similar to alcohol use than previously thought, according to a new paper.

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What is a Capital Raising Strategy and Why Should You Have One for Your Cannabis Startup?

A capital raising strategy is a long and short-term plan to determine who, what, when, where, why, and how your company will obtain the outside funding needed to be successful. But, how do they work?

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The Link Between Cannabis and Anxiety Has Been Found, According to New Study

The nebulous connection between cannabis and anxiety is now clearer than ever before.

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New Cannabinoid '30 Times More Potent Than THC'

The new compound may explain some of the variability between different strains of cannabis.

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How Will the Latest Vaping Crackdowns Affect Cannabis Vapers?

In a bid to tackle the risks associated with vaping products, the US and Canada are cracking down on the e-cigarette industry, but what might this mean for cannabis?

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Industry Body Calls on UK Government to Review Medical Cannabis Policies

The appeal follows a breakdown of a cannabis use survey, which found that around 1.4 million Britons use illicit cannabis to treat diagnosed medical problems.

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Canadian Researchers Warn of Edibles’ Risks

Chief among the scientists’ concerns is that consumers who are ‘cannabis-naive’ may end up overdosing on cannabis from overconsumption.

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