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Cannabis Science & Health

US Congress to Vote on Cannabis Legalization Bill

The bill has been added to the official list of House bills to be considered for the week beginning March 28.

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Utah Governor Signs Bill to Study the Benefits of Psychedelic Therapy

Governor Spencer Cox signed the bill on Tuesday, March 22.

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The USDA's Hemp Testing Rules Have Changed. Are You Ready?

Martha Hernández, a scientist at CloudLIMS, breaks down the regulatory changes that US hemp testing labs need to be prepared for.

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Teens With Mental Health Problems Who Vape Are More Likely To Turn to Cannabis

The study also showed that adolescents’ risk for cannabis use differed based on the type of mental health problems they experienced.

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Little Evidence on How Psilocybin Therapy Interacts With Existing Psychiatric Treatments, Review Finds

Ahead of Oregon's psilocybin legalization initiative, researchers at Oregon Health & Science University reviewed the evidence base for the therapeutic use of the drug.

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Medical Cannabis Treats Insomnia But Not Pain or Anxiety, Study Finds

The study tracked the symptoms of 186 cannabis card holders who suffered from either insomnia, anxiety, depression, or pain. Only the insomnia patients reported significant improvements in their symptoms.

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Colorado Regulators Recall Moldy Cannabis Flower

Any consumer in possession of such a product has been advised to destroy it or return it to the initial retailer.

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Psychedelics 101: The Emergence, Regulatory Framework, & the Need for Quality Testing

Learn about the emergence of psychedelic drugs, their importance & how a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) can assure their quality testing.

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Cannabis Users Have Lower Heart Rates, Study Finds

Regular cannabis consumers tend to have a lower resting heart rate than those who don’t use the drug, according to a new study.

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