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Washington’s Cannabis Regulator Seeks Scientists

Washington’s state cannabis regulator is looking to recruit at least six experts in cannabis science to help advise the regulator on scientific matters.

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Psychedelics Sector Must Respect Indigenous Wisdoms, Say Experts

The new essay highlights numerous ethical concerns currently facing the field and emphasizes the importance of acknowledging wisdoms already known to Indigenous people.

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Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction is Ideal to Prepare Solid Edibles For Testing, Study Finds

Use ultrasound-assisted extraction to prepare solid edibles for analysis, and use solid-phase extraction for beverages, scientists recommend.

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Ketamine Can Treat Depression By Altering a Person’s Beliefs, Study Suggests

Ketamine can help people with treatment-resistant depression by breaking their entrenched belief systems, according to a recent paper.

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Medical Cannabis Weans Patients Off Opioids, Study Finds

A majority of participants (90.7%) who had been taking opioids and other pain medications were able to stop taking them or reduce their use.

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United States Pharmacopeia Prepares to Add the Cannabis Plant to Its List of Herbal Medicines

The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) is in the process of adding Cannabis sativa to its list of herbal medicines and their properties.

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Medical Cannabis Can Improve Sleep and Combat Nightmares in PTSD, Study Finds

The pre-proof study followed the habits of 77 licensed medical cannabis patients and found that shorter time gaps between cannabis use and sleep onset were associated with a lower likelihood of nightmares.

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Cannabis-Pesticide Testing Should Be Standardized Across the US, Say Researchers

Regulators should take a closer look at the health risks presented by a growing cannabis market with no national-level guidance on contamination or pesticide use, a new study argues.

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University of Kentucky Launches its Cannabis Research Center

The new UK Cannabis Center will conduct research on the health effects of cannabis, “including its risks and benefits when used to treat certain medical conditions.”

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