The authors of the research also commented on the need for further research stressing that there is a notable lack of studies and a minimal number of the randomized, controlled trials needed to confirm the effectiveness of any treatment.
Early research from Queen Mary University of London has potentially found an antidote that can rapidly stop the intoxicating effects of cannabis and synthetic cannabinoids.
Northern Michigan University has created a undergraduate degree that offers students the opportunity to train in the emerging cannabis industry.
This agreement is the first of its kind between a Canadian cannabis company and a world leader in Health Science services and sets out to develop a "Centre of Excellence in Plant Based Medicine Analytics".
Study from scientists at Steep Hill Labs reveals evidence of consistent pesticide presence within cannabis clones.
In a state where cannabis is legal for both medicinal and recreational use, a quarter of patients with cancer believed cannabis helped treat physical and psychological symptoms of their disease.