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Oklahoma Regulator Suspends a Cannabis Lab’s License

The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority has also recalled 99 medical cannabis products tested by the lab.

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Understanding Sources of Heavy Metals in Cannabis and Hemp: Benefits of a Risk Assessment Strategy – Part 4

In the fourth and final part of their new series, Rob Thomas and Tony Destefano explore potential elemental sources in the production, packaging, and delivery of cannabis consumer products.

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Medical Cannabis Can Reduce Pain and Opioid Use in Cancer Patients, Study Finds

The study, published in Frontiers in Pain Research, suggests that medical cannabis could be a valuable alternative to the opioid pain relievers that are currently prescribed to many cancer patients.

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$2.7 Million Federal Grant Will Fund Study to Find New Psychedelics

Researchers from the University of California, Davis, and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are about to start a new project to discover new, non-hallucinogenic treatments for substance use disorders.

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Commercial Cannabis Labels Often Don’t Match Chemical Reality, Study Finds

The traditional classifications of sativa, indica, and hybrid-type cannabis might not actually tell consumers very much about what is in their product, new research suggests.

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Hemp-Derived Delta-8 THC Products Are Lawful, Says US Court

A federal court in California has ruled that delta-8 THC products can be considered lawful if they’re derived from hemp.

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Psychedelics: How They Act on the Brain to Relieve Depression

How does psilocybin act on the brain to relieve depression? Clare Tweedy, a teaching fellow at the University of Leeds, explains all in this feature, courtesy of the Conversation.

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This is How Scientists Identified Marijuana’s Distinctive “Skunk” Smell

Cannabis scientists made an odorous breakthrough last year. A group of researchers finally identified 3-methyl-2-butene-1-thiol as the root cause of the signature skunky smell of hemp and cannabis. Now a new paper details the method.

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Colorado Regulators Recall Moldy Cannabis Flower

State regulators in Colorado have issued a health and safety notice after “potentially unsafe levels” of total yeast and mold were found in a batch of cannabis flower.

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