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Neuroprotective Cannabis Compounds May Help Treat Parkinson's Disease

Mounting evidence suggests that the inflammatory processes in the brain contribute to the pathologies of Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders.

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Cannabinoids, the Heart of the Matter

Review claims that most people and many scientists are not aware of the potential uses for cannabinoids in treating cardiac hypertrophy and other heart diseases.

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EVIO Labs Massachusetts Gains ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation

Achieving ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation is the pinnacle in third-party laboratory accreditation.

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Unique Cannabinoid Profile May Help Control Autoimmune Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis

A unique cannabis strain that has the capacity to inhibit dendritic-dependent T-cells proliferation has been identified by researchers in Israel.

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CBD Bioavailability Enhanced by Novel Drug Delivery Technology

CBD delivered from Lexaria’s TurboCBDTM capsules was absorbed much more effectively than from the positive control, delivering 317% more CBD to blood at the 30-minute mark of the study.

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ETCH Biotrace™Cannabis Tagging Technology Launched

Whether it is introduced at the cultivator, processor or manufacturer level, ETCH biotrace links a unique molecular tag to the cannabis plant that will survive conversion or extraction.

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Cannabidiol Prevents Nausea in Rats

The cannabis-derived compound could be used to treat nausea in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy.

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$9M Invested in Gauging the Long-term Effects of Cannabis on Adolescents

The grant will fund a series of preclinical studies to determine whether THC consumption during adolescence causes persistent neurological changes.

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Cannabinoid Improves Survival Rates of Mice with Pancreatic Cancer

Mice with pancreatic cancer that were treated with a naturally occurring constituent of medicinal cannabis alongside chemotherapy, survived almost three times longer than those treated with chemotherapy alone, a new study reports.

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