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Cannabis Was Burned During Worship by Ancient Israelites, Study Finds

The researchers believe these substances date back more than 2,700 years and were burned in order to induce a high among worshippers.

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Maintaining Compliance and Quality Systems in the Cannabis Lab

Quality management and compliance-based activities are a way of life in the cannabis testing lab, says Kim Ross.

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People Who Inject Opioids Are Less Likely to Overdose If Also Using Cannabis for Pain, Study Finds

The findings add further weight to the case for using medical cannabis as a substitute for illicit opioids.

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High-potency Cannabis Linked to Poor Mental Health, Study Finds

In light of other studies that have found similar associations, the research could still have vital implications for public health approaches to cannabis legalization.

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How CannaSafe Labs Managed Its Covid-19 Staff Infections

The cannabis testing company hopes that by being transparent about its experience it can help other cannabis businesses navigate Covid-19 outbreaks.

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Hemp Oil Relieves Neuropathic Pain in Mice, Study Finds

The new study suggests that such non-medical, commercial hemp oil can help treat neuropathic pain.

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Virginia Decriminalizes Cannabis

On Thursday, May 21, the state governor, Ralph Northam, signed legislation that will decriminalize cannabis possession from July 1.

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Will the US Covid-19 Stimulus Bill Include Cannabis Banking Protections?

With cannabis still prohibited under federal law, many cannabis businesses in states with legal cannabis have been forced to operate as cash-only businesses.

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French Ban on CBD Contradicts EU Law, Says European Court Advisor

Banning the import of hemp-derived CBD oil from European Union member states may contradict the EU law on the free movement of goods, according to an advisor to the Court of Justice of the European Union.

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