Researchers have developed a new one-step horticultural grafting methodology specifically designed for medicinal cannabis cultivation.
After discovering a correlation between endocannabinoid levels and migraines in animal models, one UArizona research group is investigating whether these levels could be manipulated to alleviate migraine and headache pain.
The results could have important cannabis policy implications, the researchers say, as tasks such as driving could be more dangerous for young people driving under the influence.
Larger THC doses increase the physical indicators of anxiety in women without necessarily elevating the feelings of anxiety, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Chicago.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge unpack three recent studies into marijuana's effects on cognitive and psychological processes.
The magic mushroom compound appears to stimulate certain neurons in the brain to interconnect, an effect not seen in the brains of people on more conventional anti-depressants.
Researchers from Southern Cross University, Australia, have developed a more accessible form of simultaneous cannabinoid quantification using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) for separation and a simple time-of-flight mass spectrometer (TOF-MS) for detection.
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.
The study recorded the levels of fatty tissue of 15 children whose mothers were known to have used cannabis products during their pregnancy.