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Valens GroWorks Ramps Up Supercritical CO2 Extraction Capacity by 600%

Two Vitalis Q-90 CO2 extraction machines have been added to existing facilities to increase their monthly processing capacity to 6000kg of cannabis.

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If Cannabis is Getting Stronger, Why Aren’t Cases of Schizophrenia Rising?

This topic has been debated by many experts and it remains contested whether a cause-and-effect relationship between smoking cannabis and schizophrenia truly exists.

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CBD Could Help Addicts Stay Clean

A preclinical study in rats has shown that there might be value in using cannabidiol to reduce the risk of relapse among recovering drug and alcohol addicts.

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Industry Leader Says Sessions Has Given Cannabis Industry the Green Light

Sessions told students in a speech that Federal law enforcement lacks the resources to take on “routine cases” and will continue to only focus on gangs and larger conspiracies.

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Millions of Americans Continue to Buy Illicit Marijuana Online

Such online sales of marijuana are prohibited in the United States, even in states that have legalized or partially legalized the drug.

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Sundial, Plantbiosis Partner to Develop Novel Cannabis Cultivars

Plantbiosis was founded by Dr. Kovalchuk, an award-winning professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Lethbridge.

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Father of Cannabis Chemistry Receives Award for Excellence in Botanical Research

Professor Raphael Mechoulam was the first researcher to isolate, determine the structure of, and synthesize THC, the primary psychoactive component of cannabis.

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Advancing Cannabinoid-focused Research to Treat Parkinson's Disease

Medical marijuana is one of the most common self-treatment options for those suffering from the disease, but physicians are waiting for more clinical data before recommending the medicine to patients.

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Colorado Cannabis Workers Are Happy, but Need Better Safety Training

Occupational health researchers at Colorado State University are drawing attention to worker safety and satisfaction in a young industry still finding its feet: legal cannabis.

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