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UK Cannabis Clinic Now Offers Products at a More Affordable Price Than the Illicit Market

Treatment through one of the seven Sapphire Medical Clinics located across the UK can now cost less than £5 per day.

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Missouri Regulators Investigate Cannabis Mold Claim, Following Launch of Medical Sales

The Missouri state department has since concluded the investigation after further tests found the product batch did meet health and safety regulations.

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Missouri’s Cannabis Testing Program Gets Underway As Medical Sales Begin

The grand opening of the state’s medical cannabis program comes two years after residents voted to legalize the drug for medical use.

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Many Treat Health Conditions With CBD Even When Proven Treatments Are Available, Reddit Study Finds

The study’s authors say they are concerned that people may actually be prolonging their illness unnecessarily by choosing to use CBD where other treatments may be more effective.

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Advertising and Store Location Influences Teen Cannabis Use, Study Finds

The researchers found that regular exposure to advertising, and to a lesser extent the proximity to cannabis stores, increased the likelihood that teenagers would consume cannabis in the future.

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Cannabis Use Appears to Encourage, Not Replace, Opioid Use, Study Claims

Contrary to previous research on the topic, a new study from researchers at Columbia University has found that cannabis may not curtail illicit opioid use after all.

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France’s Medical Cannabis Trial to Be Free For Patients

Up to 3,000 patients will be able to receive medical cannabis for free as part of France’s long-awaited medical cannabis pilot program, the French government has announced.

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Colorado to Require Cannabis Vapor Testing by 2022

Come 2022, cannabis labs in Colorado will be required to test the actual vapor of cannabis oils and concentrates for heavy metals.

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Ohio Regulators Recall Cannabis Edibles Due to Heavy Metal Contamination

A batch of Encore Edibles reportedly didn't pass all the required heavy metal tests before being sold at eight dispensaries across Ohio.

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