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Cannabis Science & Health

CBD Stops Covid-19 From Replicating in Human Cells, Lab Study Finds

The scientists caution that these effects only come from high-purity CBD formulations, and do not suggest that commercially-available CBD products can prevent Covid-19.

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Ketamine and Psilocybin Could Boost the “Integration of New Experiences” By Stimulating Nerves in the Brain

Research from Alex Kwan’s lab has suggested that dendritic plasticity may help support the idea that ketamine and psilocybin can help individuals adopt new perspectives and better process new experiences.

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Cannabis Worsens Verbal Learning and Memory, Review Finds

Frequent cannabis use can impair a person’s memory and level of verbal learning, according to a new review.

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Young Cannabis and Alcohol Consumers Have Better “Sexual Function,” Study Finds

To reach this conclusion, the researchers behind the study surveyed 274 participants about their sex lives and their alcohol and cannabis use.

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Delta-8 THC Consumers Consider it “Delta-9’s Nicer Sibling,” Survey Finds

Delta-8 THC products provide all the benefits of delta-9 THC but with fewer adverse effects, according to consumers.

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This Trial Will See if Cannabis Can Treat Long Covid

Thirty participants will be recruited and given daily doses of a medical cannabis product.

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MDMA and Psilocybin Use Linked to Lower Odds of Suicidal Thoughts, Survey Finds

Lifetime use of MDMA is linked to fewer suicidal thoughts, according to the US survey study.

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The Future of Sustainability in Cannabis Cultivation

What is the environmental cost of industrial cannabis cultivation? And how can it be paid back? Alisia and Christopher Ratliff of Victus Capital talk the future of cannabis sustainability.

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Stroke Patients Who Smoke Cannabis Have a Higher Risk of Developing a Complication, Study Finds

Young cannabis consumers seem to be at a higher risk of developing long-term disabilities following a stroke, according to new research.

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