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The Viruses That Gave Cannabis its High

The new cannabis genome map has revealed that the plant's CBD and THC genes were probably introduced by a virus which infected and colonized the plant's genome - millions of years ago.

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Cannabinoids Shrink Tumors in New Study

Although the results do not match those achieved by chemotherapy, the animals' quality of life was said to be much improved when treated with cannabis and chemo.

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Colorado Experiences Rise in Cases of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Following Cannabis Legalization

This review analyzed all hospital admissions for cyclic vomiting syndrome to see if there was a clear link between bouts of the illness and cannabis use.

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Best Marijuana for Pain Relief: CBD or THC Strains?

Medical marijuana is becoming one of the most popular alternative treatments for chronic pain. But which strain is best?

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CBD Reduced Epileptic Seizures in Patients, but with Increased Side Effects

Cannabidiol (CBD) shows dramatic therapeutic effects in treating epileptic seizures, however, studies show that this could come with some nasty side-effects.

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Cannabis Tolerance: What Does the Evidence Say?

Tolerence to cannabis takes on many forms - cognitive effects and intoxication included. But what do we know about tolerence levels in regular and non-regular users?

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Accurately Analyzing Drugs Like Spice and K2 May Now be Possible

Using 2D liquid chromatography researchers have demonstrated the ability to successfully separate the small molecules and compounds of structurally related synthetic cannabinoids.

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Cannabis Use Not Linked to COPD, Other Tobacco-related Health Risks

The health benefits of cannabis are often weighed against the risks associated with smoking other substances such as tobacco, but is this a fair comparison?

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Adolescent Cannabis Use Alters Development of Planning, Self-control Brain Areas

Adolescent marijuana use may alter how neurons function in brain areas engaged in decision-making, planning, and self-control, according to researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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