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Cannabis Improves Sperm Quality in Rats, Study Finds

Further research into cannabis leaf extracts may one day lead to the discovery of new drugs for treating infertility, the researchers say.

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Cannabis Consumers Don’t Fit the Lazy Stoner Stereotype, Study Finds

Both the control group and the cannabis-consuming group had similar apathy scores.

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Florida Regulators Fine Two Cannabis Labs For Testing Violations

The labs allegedly reported false information on their certificates of analysis.

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The State of Cannabis-Microbe Testing: A Q&A With bioMérieux’s Maria McIntyre

To learn more about the present and the future of microbe testing in the cannabis sector, Analytical Cannabis caught up with Maria McIntyre, head of cannabis at bioMérieux.

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Psilocybin and Ketamine Are Safer Than Xanax, Say US Psychiatrists

Most American psychiatrists view psilocybin and ketamine as safer drugs than alprazolam (Xanax), methamphetamine, or alcohol, according to a new survey.

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Psychedelic Drugs Lessen Fear of Dying, Study Suggests

A psychedelic drug experience may alter people’s perspectives on death and dying in a similar way to those who have survived a near-death experience, a new study has found.

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Oregon Regulator Recalls 18,000 THC Vape Cartridges

The affected products were sold under the YHN brand from November 12, 2021, until July 6, 2022, at two licensed dispensaries in eastern Oregon.

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Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy Can Treat Alcohol Use Disorder, Trial Finds

The first controlled trial of psilocybin for alcohol use disorder (AUD) reports that psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy significantly reduces the occurrence of heavy drinking days in people with AUD.

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Most Cannabis Plants Contain Mitoviruses, Study Finds

In a recently published white paper, Segra scientists report that 77% of the cannabis cultivars they have screened so far tested positive for the cannabis mitovirus, CaMV1. But far from being a point of concern, the scientists suggest that this mitovirus may even be somehow beneficial to the cannabis plant.

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