This finding could have wide-reaching implications for public health, the researchers say, as the results appear to support a growing industry campaign to de-emphasize THC in the marketplace.
Applicants must propose a study that will focus on either sustainable water and energy use, pest management and fertilizer practices, or overall ecological health.
In a class action lawsuit filed on October 28, seen by Analytical Cannabis, a plaintiff alleges that pre-rolls sold by the companies Greenfield Organix and LPF JV Corporation contain less THC than advertised.
Once enacted, the proposal will give any adult in the state, aged 21 and over, the legal right to possess, use, cultivate and share psilocybin, ibogaine, mescaline (not derived from peyote), DMT, and psilocyn without fear of arrest.
Based on these findings, the researchers theorize that more restrictive frameworks for cannabis use may not be effective at preventing use during times of great stress.