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ASTM Holds Its Second Global Workshop on Cannabis Standardization

To learn more about what attendees can expect from the workshop, Analytical Cannabis spoke to its chair, Scheril Murray Powell, Esq., a Florida-based cannabis and dietary supplement attorney.

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Federal Scientists Outline the Challenges Facing Clinical Cannabis Research in New Paper

The challenges include the complex regulatory status of cannabis, sourcing high-quality cannabis products for study, and issues surrounding funding and support for newer researchers.

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Single Dose of Psychedelic Triggers Long-Lasting Changes in Mouse Brain Connectivity

These epigenetic changes may help to explain the long-lasting improvements to mental health identified in other recent psychedelic research projects.

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Cannabis Changes the Oral Bacteria of Smokers, Study Finds

Cannabis smoking is associated with decreased oral microbial diversity, according to researchers.

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Cannabis Reduces Sperm Quality in Adult Mice And Their Sons, Study Finds

Regular exposure to cannabis lowers the sperm count and sperm motility of mice, according to a new study from researchers at Washington State University.

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Michigan Cannabis Recall Partially Reversed After Lab Wins Claim

The Michigan lab has effectively won half of its claim against the state regulator, ending half of the recall order.

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2021 Was a Record Year For Cannabis Research, Review Finds

More cannabis studies were published in 2021 than were published in any other year, according to a review from NORML.

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Cannabinoids Are a Promising Treatment For Cannabis Use Disorder in Young Adults, Review Finds

Cannabis use disorder is described by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as a condition where cannabis users develop a dependence on the drug.

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THC Blood Levels and Saliva Are Poor Measures of Cannabis Impairment, Review Finds

The THC levels found in a person’s blood and saliva aren’t good indicators of whether that person is intoxicated or not, according to a new review of studies.

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