Study Shows Alcohol Impacts Cortical Thickness in Young Adults, Cannabis Does Not

A new study refutes what many claim is a danger of legal cannabis, as the findings showed that, while alcohol can have an impact on cortical thickness in younger users, cannabis does not.  The study, titled “The effects of alcohol and cannabis use on the cortical thickness of cognitive control…

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Retail Cannabis Sales Trends are Starting to Mirror Alcohol Retail Sales Trends to a Tee

Ever notice how you might be smoking more pot towards the end of the year, compared to when the year just started? Well, just like any other kind of retail good, there are significant sales increases for cannabis around the holidays. Aside from the myriad of reasons that people eat,…

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New Survey Says 45% of People Prefer Cannabis Over Alcohol During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Though a lot of people did turn to alcohol at the beginning of the pandemic, a recent survey by Harris Poll, conducted on behalf of Curaleaf, revealed that 45% of poll participants replaced or reduced their alcohol consumption with cannabis since the beginning of lockdown. Meanwhile, a third of them…

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Cost Per Desired Effect – Why Cannabis Will Make Alcohol Obsolete in 20 Years

For regular readers of our site, you are well aware of the healthy aspects that the cannabis plant can bring to people’s lives.  We try to stress the health benefits of using cannabis in your daily life, but today there is another reason why cannabis is not only healthy for…

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Alcohol Alternative Recipes: "Honey B" Featuring Cannabis-Infused Good Stuff Beverages

Join mixologist Arron Turnbull as he shows you how to create a deliciously refreshing, cannabis-infused mocktail! The “Honey B” drink utilizes Good Stuff Beverages’ Honey Lemonade drink, made with real pureed fruit and all-natural ingredients. Good Stuff Beverages are a great way to unwind from your day without a hangover.…

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Canadian Medical Cannabis Patients Report Using Less Alcohol

New Research in Canada reveals that many of those in a study who reportedly have used medical cannabis also claim that they’ve noticed a decrease in their drinking.  The research was conducted by the Canadian Institute for Substance Abuse Research and the University of Victoria, School of Public Health and…

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