Research from King’s College London has found that a single dose of the cannabis extract cannabidiol can help reduce brain function abnormalities seen in people with psychosis.
Researchers at the Center for BrainHealth® at the University of Texas at Dallas investigated the effects on the brain of concurrent cannabis and nicotine use, versus the use of solely cannabis and solely nicotine.
Scientists have found the primary psychoactive component of marijuana in 63% of breast milk samples for up to six days after the mother’s last reported use.
A large-scale genetic study found that some of the same genes associated with the use of cannabis are also associated with certain personality types and psychiatric conditions.
Team sets out to use modified sample processing and analytical testing for concentrated water solutions of cannabinoids and terpenes to help develop analytical methods for cannabis beverages