Articles Tagged ‘cannabis science’

8 Pennsylvania Universities Approved for Medical Marijuana Research

Eight Pennsylvania universities have been licensed to begin studying cannabis for medical purposes. Pennsylvania's first dispensaries opening their doors to patients in February...

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FDA-Approved Trial Studying Cannabis as a Treatment for PTSD Nearing Completion

The first FDA-approved study on the effects of cannabis in treating veterans' PTSD is nearly complete, and we could be one step closer to federally legalizing cannabis as a treatment!

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Researchers Find New Cannabinoid Can Make Edibles More Potent

Most people familiar with marijuana know about the rockstars of the cannabinoid world--THC and CBD--but there are more than 100 other cannabinoids produced by marijuana...

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Research in Cannabis Genetics Advances

Cannabis is credited with a whole host of therapeutic benefits, but a lot of the research is still anecdotal, until last month: two Colorado companies announced that they had mapped the cannabis genome...

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Marijuana Boosts Memory in Aging Brains

A study in Nature Medicine says marijuana may boost cognitive function and memory in elderly brains--at least in mice. In past years, the focus of marijuana...

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Cannabis & Hemp News

Cannabis Community holds Annual Golf Tournament for Loved Ones

More times than not industry professionals turn networking connections into friendships. These business relationships can truly become lifelong. This is one of the most beautiful characteristics of “OG cannabis” leaders.

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Hemp Biomass Buyers

Buyers of hemp biomass will be working hard in coming months to choose the best source for their material.

Sellers are scrambling to not only complete their harvest but to find the ideal purchasers for their freshly harvested material.

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