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NIST’s Cannabis Testing Program Enters Second Phase, Seeks New Labs

The federal study aims to improve the testing standards used throughout the cannabis lab sector. Any lab interested in participating in the next phase of the project has until February 5 to enroll.

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Cannabis Smoke Raises Blood Toxin Levels, But Not as Much as Tobacco Smoke, Study Finds

The researchers also found that tobacco smokers, and those who smoke a mixture of cannabis and tobacco, had elevated blood levels of acrolein, which is linked to an increased risk of developing heart disease.

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Can a Robot Be Taught to Trim Cannabis?

Can a robot trim marijuana better than a human? One company thinks so. In this feature, Analytical Cannabis caught up with Jon Gowa, CEO of Bloom Automation, to find out just how a bot is trained to cut around bud.

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FDA Outlines Plan to Improve CBD Research Data

The administration said it intends to use poison control records and other databases to better identify CBD products associated with adverse events. A new opt-in registry for CBD consumers is also in the works.

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How Cannabis Interacts With Psychedelics

As progressive reform slowly arrives to cannabis and psychedelics possession, attention will inevitably be given to how the substances can interact. So, what do we already know?

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Young Medical Cannabis Patients More Likely to Experience Withdrawal Symptoms, Finds Study

Following a two-year longitudinal study, the researchers concluded that cannabis withdrawal should be considered on a scale of severity, rather than as distinct subtypes of withdrawal syndromes.

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Add-on CBD Reduces Seizures in Patients With Tuberous Sclerosis, Study Finds

The clinical trial found that Epidiolex can reduce the number of seizures in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) by around 50 percent, compared to baseline levels.

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A Brief History of Psychedelic Research With Albert Garcia-Romeu

Albert Garcia-Romeu, an assistant professor at the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins University, walks Analytical Cannabis through the past, present, and future of psychedelic research.

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Cannabis Reduces Stress in Female Rats, Study Finds

Female rats, who had been trained to inhale cannabis vapor daily, developed a blunted psychological response to stress, according to new research out of Washington State University.

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