A group of researchers at Cornell University, New York, have been awarded a $11.6 million grant to study how cannabis affects the brains of HIV patients.
The researchers posit that THC’s effects on the brain’s CB1 receptors may, in some way, be contributing to these increased risks of psychiatric disorders.
Cannabis breathalyzers may just be a pipe dream, according to a new federal study.
Researchers from Western University, Canada report the development of new biodegradable hemp-reinforced co-polyesters that could serve as a sustainable substitute for traditional plastic packaging.
Medical cannabis treatment can have a significant positive effect on patients’ health-related quality of life, suggests an observational study from researchers at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.
The study involved over 300 chronic pain patients who received more than one infusion of ketamine over several months. All participants reported pain relief; those with depression experienced “more robust” relief.
The Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) issued a notice on May 9 concerning flower produced by Big Mountain Organics, LLC (doing business as Big Medicine Cannabissary).