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California Lawsuit Alleges Cannabis Company Exaggerated THC Levels of Products

A California-based cannabis company has been accused of inflating the THC levels of its products.

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Cannabis Dependence Linked to Post-Surgery Complications, Study Finds

People who are dependent on cannabis tend to have higher rates of infection following knee and shoulder keyhole surgeries, a new study has found.

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Use High Intensity Light, Not Ultraviolet, For Maximum Cannabis Yield, Study Suggests

While cannabis yields did increase proportionately with light intensity in the experiment, the researchers determined that UV radiation had no significant effect on either cannabis yield or total cannabinoid content.

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What the Cannabis Industry Should Know About Stainless Steel

Heavy metals expert Robert Thomas explores how stainless steel equipment could pose a contamination risk in cannabis operations.

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Why is ISO Accreditation Essential for the Cannabis Industry?

Morgan Keefer, an accreditation officer at A2LA, explains exactly why cannabis testing labs need ISO accreditation.

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CBD Can Improve the Immune System of Bees, Study Suggests

A new study published suggests that CBD extract can improve the immune system of honeybees in functioning hives.

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Men and People With Sleep Issues Are Less Likely to Recover From Cannabis Dependency, Study Suggests

Previous research has shown that cannabis use disorder (CUD) can be treated with a combination of counseling and cannabis medicines with a 1:1 ratio of CBD and THC. But men and people with sleep issues may benefit from additional support, new analysis suggests.

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This New Study Will Test If Cannabis Can Ease Symptoms For Children in Palliative Care

The study will involve 10 participants, aged between six months and 21 years, who all have severe symptoms from non-cancerous conditions, such as cerebral palsy, neurodegenerative disorders, and progressive cardiac disease.

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California Regulator Updates Its Proposed Cannabinoid Test Requirements

In a notice published on October 4, the Department of Cannabis Control announced that the test will be limited to dried flower and pre-rolls.

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