As a result of their findings, the Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say that improvements need to be made to the regulatory oversight of these products in order to ensure good product quality and prevent unwanted drug effects.
If passed, the bill that would legislate the removal of the federal ban on cannabis, which could effectively decriminalize the drug across the nation.
A 75-year-old man with Alzheimer’s disease is successfully managing his symptoms with microdoses of cannabis, according to a new case report published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports.
To confirm the findings, the researchers say that additional randomized controlled trials on transdermal CBD for adult focal epilepsy are warranted.
A new viewpoint paper published by research scientists and public health experts in California warns that current cannabis regulations are not doing enough to protect public health.
New research published in the Archives of Oral Biology has found that cannabis smoke can damage the gingival epithelial cells in the mouth and suppress their proliferation.
California has a cannabis testing problem. The state's Department of Cannabis Control wants to fix it, and it's asking for help.
The microdosers in the study generally reported less depression, stress, and anxiety after one month of use, compared to their non-microdosing peers.