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Leafly Reports: Hemp cleans toxic soil and produces clean CBD flower, study finds

Hemp plants grown in contaminated soil produce “an abundance of CBD”, according to recent research. According to Chris Roberts with Leafly: “The cannabis sativa plant produces more cannabinoids when stressed. That’s a fact long known to growers seeking higher levels of THC and CBD. “Stressing plants also comes with risk…. Read more »

Bees Like Big Hemp And They Cannot Lie, Study Shows

A study at Cornell University found that bees aren’t just attracted to flowers, but also to hemp. According to Matt Saintsing with Marijuana Moment: “Some pollinators tend to flock to hemp, but according to a recent study, the taller the trees, the more plentiful the bees. “Researchers at Cornell University… Read more »

Alcohol-Related Car Crashes Declined In Idaho After Washington Legalized Marijuana Next Door

A new study finds that alcohol-related car crashes in Idaho decreased after the state of Washington legalized adult-use cannabis sales. According to Kimberly Lawson with Marijuana Moment: “After Washington State implemented legal marijuana sales for adult use in 2014, the number of drunk-driving accidents in neighboring Idaho decreased, a new… Read more »

WeedMaps Presents: Study: People Skip Sleep Aids When Legal Weed is Available

A new study finds that when individuals have access to legal cannabis, fewer people purchase over-the-counter (OTC) sleep aids. According to Marijuana Moment: “The scientific community is still unclear on whether or not marijuana can actually help treat sleep disturbances such as insomnia. A new study, however, found that fewer… Read more »

WeedMaps Reports: DEA Finalizes Plan To Grow 3.2 Million Grams Of Marijuana In 2020

Big Brother is taking a stab at growing 3.2 million grams of marijuana for research purposes in 2020. According to Kyle Jaeger with Marijuana Moment and WeedMaps: “The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) finalized its plans to authorize the cultivation of 3,200,000 grams of marijuana for research purposes next year—a 30… Read more »

Support for marijuana legalization is at an all-time high in a new poll

As more states legalize some type of cannabis measures, it is not a surprise that the overall public opinion of the plant is improving. According to German Lopez with Vox: “The overwhelming majority of Americans support marijuana legalization, according to two recent surveys from major polling organizations. “The newest poll,… Read more »

Weedmaps Presents: Study: The Number of People Who Abuse Weed is Decreasing. Legalization May Be Responsible.

Cannabis naysayers will be surprised to hear the number of people abusing the plant is actually decreasing, a study reports. According to Marijuana Moment and presented by Weedmaps: “Contrary to the expectations of public health experts, the rate of frequent marijuana consumers who are diagnosed with cannabis use disorder (CUD)… Read more »

Cannabis Could Ease Symptoms of Depression and Suicidal Thoughts in PTSD Patients

Many cannabis users have praised the plant’s healing properties for various ailments, both physical and mental. Now, the research is here to back up these personal testimonies. According to Kashmira Gander with Newsweek: “Cannabis could ease the symptoms of depression and thoughts of suicide in people with post-traumatic stress disorder… Read more »

You Can Get A Master’s In Medical Cannabis In Maryland

As more states have legalized both recreational and medical cannabis, it is no surprise that there has been an increase in interest around the plant, and a clamor for more education about cannabis. This interest can finally be pursued academically at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. According to Martin… Read more »

Cannabis Prevents Rejection of Transplanted Organs

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical or mental, now including aiding in the prevention of organ rejection… Read more »

FDA Approves Yale Medical Cannabis Human Trials

It is no surprise that there has been a spotlight on cannabis in recent years. As more states pass medical and recreational laws around the drug, more and more people are turning to it for a myriad of reasons including pain relief, relaxation, to help with PTSD and anxiety, and… Read more »

Leafly Presents: Study Finds Cannabis Dispensaries Reduce Opioid Deaths by 21%

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical or mental. Those benefits now extend to helping individuals quit turning… Read more »

Weedmaps Reports: Arthritis Sufferers Lead the Way for Advancing Cannabis as Pain Medicine

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical or mental, now including arthritis. According to Maureen Meehan for Weedmaps:… Read more »

Two More Studies Show Patients Are Replacing Prescription Painkillers With Marijuana

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical, mental, or social.  Cannabis Industrial Marketplace is your equipment & supply… Read more »

Michael J. Fox Parkinson’s Foundation Urges Congress To Pass Three Marijuana Research Bills

A leading advocacy group that’s dedicated to finding treatment options for Parkinson’s medical research disease is backing three pieces of marijuana research legislation in Congress. The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF)—named after the actor, who has Parkinson’s and established the nonprofit—said last week that lifting barriers to cannabis research, including… Read more »