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Medical Cannabis Can Reduce Epileptic Seizures By 97 Percent, Study Finds

In a new study of 10 patients, researchers from Imperial College London found that a combination of CBD and THC treatments can be effective in seizure control where CBD alone is not.

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DEA Adds New Rule to Encourage Cannabis Research

The long-awaited rule should improve the quantity, quality, and accessibility of cannabis for scientific researchers in the US.

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Cannabinoid Research Center Launched in Denmark

QNTM Labs has announced a collaboration with the University of Southern Denmark to create the Global Cannabinoid Research Center in Odense, Denmark.

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Washington Cannabis Lab Suspended for Falsifying Test Results

The suspension, which came into effect on December 10, will remain active until June 8, 2021.

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Sapphire Medical Foundation Awarded Charity Status in the UK

Britain’s first fund providing support for medical cannabis patients has been awarded official registered charity status, following a landmark decision from the UK’s Charity Commission.

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Cannabinoids Could Limit Brain Injury Damage, Say Researchers

Analytical Cannabis speaks to a research group from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, who have been awarded a $1.8 million grant to investigate how the body’s endocannabinoid system might potentially limit the secondary damages caused by brain damage inflammation.

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Ozone Can Break Down THC Left on Surfaces by Thirdhand Cannabis Smoke, Study Finds

The researchers found that THC is less volatile than nicotine, as are its observed oxidation products.

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Scientists Pinpoint Ideal Decarboxylation Conditions to Maximize THC and CBD

The researchers found that longer reaction times and lower temperatures were better for CBD conversion, while a shorter reaction at higher temperatures produced maximal concentrations of THC.

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UN Reschedules Cannabis in Historic Vote

As the UN’s classification system underpins most countries’ drug laws, this modified definition of cannabis could affect regulations around the world.

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