What’s been the environmental cost of the boom in indoor, energy-demanding cannabis farming? A heavy one, according to one new study.
After testing the participants' milk, blood, and urine samples, the study's authors found that all women still had detectable levels of THC in their breastmilk six weeks after quitting cannabis.
It is possible to visually distinguish between high-CBD and high-THC cannabis strains just by looking at the physical properties of the plants as they grow, according to new research.
Teens who vape cannabis are almost twice as likely to report problems with wheezing and coughing than teens who smoke cigarettes or vape nicotine products, a new study has found.
People may not have to microdose psychedelics to feel their wellbeing benefits – they just have to believe they’ve microdosed them, according to researchers from Imperial College London.
Migraine sufferers who use cannabis for pain relief may be at higher odds of developing a “rebound” headache, according to new research from Stanford University.