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Opportunities for Mass Spectrometry in the Cannabis Industry

As the industry grows, cannabis analysts may find themselves in need of this golden testing standard.

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New Research Casts Doubt on the Entourage Effect

The famed entourage effect may be more fantasy than THC, according to a new study.

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Universities Researching Cannabis Could Finally Get Legal Protection From Lawmakers

Cannabis research could soon become safer for universities to conduct thanks to a bipartisan letter from House representatives.

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Trump Administration: Immigrants in Legal Cannabis “Lack Good Moral Character” for Citizenship

Any immigrant found working in the legal cannabis industry could be denied US citizenship when applying for naturalization under new policies from the country's immigration service.

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CBD May Protect the Brain From THC’s Effects

The calming cannabinoid may reduce the unwanted side effects of THC, according to new research.

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Cannabis Websites Crash on Biggest 4/20 Day

Dispensaries and delivery services buckled under the pressure of the ever-growing celebration.

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The Future of Cannabis Treatments for PTSD

Cannabis' famed pacifying properties could make it an excellent candidate for future pharmaceuticals to treat PTSD.

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Why Does Ketamine Fight Depression? Finding Answers at BNA 2019

A significant minority of major depressive disorder patients don’t respond to currently available antidepressant medication. A newly approved treatment, based on the "club drug" ketamine, could change that. In a session at the British Neuroscience Association’s Festival of Neuroscience 2019, the potential mechanisms of ketamine’s antidepressant action were put under examination.

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New Bill Would Protect Veterans from Losing Federal Benefits Over Cannabis Use

US military veterans would be able to consume legal cannabis without forfeiting their federal benefits under a new bipartisan bill.

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