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Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy Can Treat Alcohol Use Disorder, Trial Finds

The first controlled trial of psilocybin for alcohol use disorder (AUD) reports that psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy significantly reduces the occurrence of heavy drinking days in people with AUD.

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Most Cannabis Plants Contain Mitoviruses, Study Finds

In a recently published white paper, Segra scientists report that 77% of the cannabis cultivars they have screened so far tested positive for the cannabis mitovirus, CaMV1. But far from being a point of concern, the scientists suggest that this mitovirus may even be somehow beneficial to the cannabis plant.

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THC Levels of “High-THC” Medical Products Vary Widely in New York, Study Finds

As such, the authors of the paper say that patients may not be getting consistent medication.

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DEA Awards Seventh Cannabis Cultivation License For Research Purposes

The Maine-based company is the seventh to receive such a license “for the bulk manufacture of cannabis to supply marijuana, cannabis extracts and THC to researchers.”

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CBD Products Still Available in the EU Must Be Considered Unsafe, Say Researchers

A new preprint study from food chemists and public health experts at the Chemical and Veterinary Investigation Office Karlsruhe, Germany, provides a deeper look into the European Food Safety Authority's decision to halt novel food applications for CBD products.

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ACS Laboratory Launches its Own Hemp Testing Panel

The panel will help the lab test hemp samples for 18 cannabinoids, 105 pesticides, 24 heavy metals, 55 potential residual solvents, 17 different microorganisms, and every required mycotoxin to detect parts per billion.

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Curaleaf Pulls Thousands of Products Off Shelves After THC Labeling Switch

The multi-state operator has pulled tens of thousands of its products off of New York State shelves after the company switched to an unauthorized way of labeling product potency.

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Training May Be Insufficient For Some Cannabis Dispensary Staff

A new study by researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute suggests that despite a commitment by many dispensary workers to educate themselves about medical cannabis, dispensaries often prioritize sales skills over cannabis knowledge.

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Institute for Cannabis Research Funds Study on Health Effects of Heavy Metal Inhalation in Cannabis Consumers

This is the first known human health risk assessment to evaluate the large number of heavy metals that may be present in cannabis flower, concentrates and vape devices.

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