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Psilocybin Users Are Less Likely to Develop an Opioid Addiction, Study Finds

Adults who have used psilocybin at some point in their lives are 30 percent less likely to develop problems with opioid use disorder, according to a new study from researchers at Harvard University.

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Cannabis Use During Pregnancy Linked to Higher Fat Levels in Children, Study Finds

The study recorded the levels of fatty tissue of 15 children whose mothers were known to have used cannabis products during their pregnancy.

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Psychedelic Drug Users Are More Likely to Believe Plants and Objects Have Consciousness, Study Finds

One single psychedelic experience can change a person’s views on consciousness dramatically, to the point that they begin to attribute consciousness to more living and non-living things, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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Machine Learning Algorithm Maps Psychedelic Effects to Specific Regions of the Brain

Scientists are beginning to discover which parts of the brain are responsible for certain hallucinogenic sensations, with a little help from artificial intelligence.

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UK’s Food Standards Agency Publishes List of Approved CBD Products

Any products that didn’t make the list should now be considered unauthorized and removed from shop shelves, according to regulators.

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United States Pharmacopeia Prepares to Add CBD

A work-in-progress chemical profile of CBD, seen by Analytical Cannabis, details the cannabis compound’s properties, such as its typical retention time and the chromatographic procedures used to detect it.

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Method Testing Labs Opens Second Florida Cannabis Lab

The Tampa, Florida, based cannabis testing company is opening a second location in Brandon, to the east of Tampa.

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Long-Term Cannabis Use May Shrink the Brain’s Hippocampus, Study Suggests

Long-term cannabis use may detrimentally affect IQ, learning and processing speed, and even shrink the size of the brain’s hippocampus over time, according to a new study based on over four decades’ worth of cohort research.

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Cannabis Bong Smoke Isn’t Safe to Inhale, Says Study

After a unique study, which involved measuring cannabis smoke from eight separate smoking sessions, the researchers concluded that bong smoke isn’t safe to inhale.

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