Just under 400 people involved in the research say cannabis reduced the severity of their immediate PTSD symptoms by more than half.
A Hawaii News Now investigation found that many of the cartridges would be banned in other US states for failing to meet safety standards.
The new study compared the urine tests of cannabis consumers with their medical history, and found no association between the drug and the risk of having a stroke.
In recent weeks, the early results of a cannabis-coronavirus trial have surfaced in popular publications. But have the facts been sensationalized?
The researchers believe these substances date back more than 2,700 years and were burned in order to induce a high among worshippers.
Quality management and compliance-based activities are a way of life in the cannabis testing lab, says Kim Ross.
The findings add further weight to the case for using medical cannabis as a substitute for illicit opioids.
In light of other studies that have found similar associations, the research could still have vital implications for public health approaches to cannabis legalization.