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UK's Health Service Urged to Consider New Medical Cannabis Guidance

The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society says that medical cannabis is being unfairly denied to British patients.

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Why Was the UN’s Vote on Rescheduling Cannabis Delayed?

Considering the deep divisions between governments over rescheduling cannabis, a forced vote may actually have led to a negative result.

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California Lab Finds Nearly 80% Of Illicit Cannabis Vape Cartridges Are 'Unfit For Consumption'

Analysts from Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs found that 62 percent of illicit cartridges failed for pesticides and almost 40 percent failed for lead.

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Canopy Growth Shuts Down Two Greenhouses and Lays Off 500 Staff

The Canadian cannabis giant also halted its plans to open a third greenhouse in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

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Low CBD Doses Help Half Seizure Rate in Children, Study Finds

The results come from a randomized double-blind clinical trial, which examined the efficacy and safety of CBD as an add-on treatment for children with Dravet syndrome.

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Could a Cannabis Compound Beat Antibiotic Resistance?

A common cannabinoid might be the answer to combating drug-resistant superbugs, according to a new study.

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A Look Back at Cannabis Europa Madrid 2020

Analytical Cannabis recaps Cannabis Europa's inaugural Spanish conference.

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From DNA to CBD, How Genetics Could Be the Key to Boosting Cannabinoids

Is there a better way of boosting CBD supplies other than just growing more hemp? With the top tools of genetic science now at the cannabis cultivator’s disposal, there just might be.

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UK Patients to Get Faster Access to Medical Cannabis

Patients in need of medical cannabis will no longer face delays in accessing their prescriptions, according to the UK government.

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