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Cannabis Consumption Rose in Medical-Only States During the Pandemic, Study Finds

Based on these findings, the researchers theorize that more restrictive frameworks for cannabis use may not be effective at preventing use during times of great stress.

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Five Texan Cities Vote to Decriminalize Cannabis

As part of the US midterm elections, voters in Denton, Elgin, Harker Heights, Killeen, and San Marcos were given the opportunity to support or shelve cannabis reform in their respective cities.

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Maryland and Missouri Vote to Legalize Recreational Cannabis

The two victories were outnumbered by three losses. Voters in Arkansas, North Dakota, and South Dakota rejected their respective legalization proposals at the ballot box.

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US States Need More Delta-8 Regulations, Researchers Argue

The delta-8 market urgently needs more oversight and higher safety standards, according to a new viewpoint letter.

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Microdosing LSD Boosts the Brain’s Reward System, Study Finds

A new study has found that a single microdose of LSD can increase brain activity related to its reward system.

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Psilocybin and Psychotherapy Relieve Treatment-Resistant Depression in Largest Clinical Trial to Date

The largest study to date testing the ability of the psychedelic compound psilocybin to treat a psychiatric disorder has shown that the mushroom-derived drug, delivered in combination with integrative psychotherapy sessions, significantly reduced participants’ depression as compared to a placebo after three weeks.

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Just One Question Can Help Clinicians Screen for Cannabis Use Disorder, Study Claims

If you need to quickly assess whether a patient might have cannabis use disorder, ask them how often they’ve used cannabis in the past year. At least, that is the suggestion put forward in new research published this week.

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AOAC Grants Its First ‘Reviewed and Recognized’ Certificate For Cannabis Potency Testing

The certificate was awarded on October 20 to Viridis Laboratories, a cannabis lab in Michigan.

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Just 7% of US Adults Grow Their Own Cannabis, Survey Finds

A new study published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse has found that rates of home cultivation are highest in states that permit recreational home cultivation, though the presence of physical cannabis retail stores showed some conflicting associations with home cultivation rates.

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