Colorado’s first licensed cannabis R&D firm to study marijuana’s effect on Alzheimer’s disease

A Denver-based company hopes to be the state’s first to study the effects of marijuana on Alzheimer’s disease, thanks to a newly available research and development license in the city. MedPharm Holdings plans to apply for a Denver marijuana R&D license to test delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD) and other…

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The Entourage Effect: Amplify the Effects of CBD with these Terpenes

The Entourage Effect: Amplify the Effects of CBD with these Terpenes Ever heard of the “entourage effect” before? This scientific phenomenon occurs when cannabinoids work in synergy with other cannabinoids, chemicals and terpenes. You can trigger a synergistic effect in one of two ways: by combining terpenes with your CBD…

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Why the Federal Government Wants to Study the Cannabis Entourage Effect Now

The Feds want to study the “Entourage Effect” For the longest time, the Federal government has only sanctioned studies that sought to identify the risk factors of cannabis. Now, as we’re seeing prohibition crumble the feds are changing their tune. The two most known and most studied cannabinoids are THC…

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The Effect of Secondhand Marijuana Smoke

The Effect of Secondhand Marijuana Smoke Secondhand Smoke Secondhand smoke (SHS) comprises the smoke released from the burning tip of a cigarette (typically tobacco, but in this case marijuana as well) between puffs and exhaled by the person smoking. It is also called ‘passive smoking,’ ‘environmental smoke,’ and ‘involuntary smoking.’…

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VA says it won’t study medical marijuana’s effect on veterans

Published: Jan 16, 2018, 10:05 am • Updated: Jan 16, 2018, 3:22 pm By Katie Zezima, The Washington Post The Department of Veterans Affairs says it will not conduct research into whether medical marijuana could help veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain, as veterans groups are pushing…

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Fired bus driver blames delayed effect of cannabis cookie for DUI arrest

Published: Nov 29, 2017, 10:59 am • Updated: Nov 29, 2017, 10:59 am By Jason Auslander, Aspen Times A former RFTA driver who was taken off his bus last winter after supervisors suspected he was inebriated said Tuesday in court he did not consume alcohol before transporting bus passengers that…

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