Jointly issued on September 14, 2021, the notices say that the popular derivative of THC comes with “serious health risks” and that those selling delta-8 products should provide information about the compound’s psychoactive qualities.
Dispensary staff routinely advise medical cannabis consumers about safe storage and common adverse events, but few counsel patients about cannabis use disorder or other risks, according to new research.
This new advice from the British Medical Journal applies to adults and children living with moderate-to-severe levels of chronic pain.
The new study suggests there is little evidence that cannabis legalization encourages adolescent cannabis use. On the contrary, the researchers identified a small decrease in the odds of teen cannabis use following medical cannabis law adoption.
The review, authored by researchers at the California Institute of Behavioral Neurosciences & Psychology, examined 22 recent research articles that investigated the use of cannabis in the treatment of fibromyalgia symptoms.
Published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, the paper claims that, without new policies, the years of progress achieved on protections from second-hand tobacco smoke could be undone by cannabis legalization.
Young adult cannabis consumers seem to have a higher risk of having a heart attack than their cannabis-sober peers, according to new research.
Patients who use medical cannabis to address their chronic pain report significant improvements to their overall quality of life as well as improvements in pain, according to a new paper published in Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids.
While it’s known that heavy cannabis use can alter how the brain functions, it doesn’t seem to change the organ’s structure, according to new research.