A new kinetic study from researchers at the National Research Council Canada could better explain how cannabis material degrades when left on the dispensary shelf.
The study is the first of its kind to look at the effects of cannabis on blood pressure, heart rate, and metabolic parameters in adults aged over 60 with hypertension.
The reasons behind this reproductive difference aren’t yet clear, but the researchers believe cannabis could affect the levels of luteinizing hormone, which helps regulate ovulation.
Researchers have developed of a new method for analyzing cannabinoids and terpenes simultaneously.
US counties with higher numbers of legal cannabis dispensaries recorded lower levels of opioid-related deaths relative to other locales, according to a new study.
The team at Complex Biotech Discovery Ventures, based in Vancouver, intend to expand the current knowledge base for the psilocybin mushrooms and create a compound library describing the major and minor chemical constituents that make up these mushrooms.
The researchers behind the survey say that physicians should pay special consideration when advising patients on their medical cannabis treatment options.