Study Shows Growing Cannabis Uses Less Water than Previously Thought

A study from the University of California Berkeley Cannabis Research Center has determined that licensed cannabis cultivation operations use less water than previously thought. Researchers from the center began studying water use by cannabis growers in 2017, following the legalization of recreational marijuana in California the previous year. Data for…

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Psilocybin from Mushrooms Shows Great Hope for Treating Depression and Needs More Testing Says New Study

A groundbreaking study has revealed that the psychedelic drug, also called psilocybin will be beneficial in treating depression. This drug which can be found in magic mushrooms will be as good as the traditional treatments used in reducing the symptoms of depression. In addition to this, the study also suggests…

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New Analysis Shows Tax Revenue From Cannabis In The Billions

States that have legalized adult-use marijuana sales have seen billions of dollars in fresh tax revenue from cannabis, according to a new study. The recently published research, which comes courtesy of the Marijuana Policy Project, found that, as of this month, “states reported a combined total of $ 7.9 billion…

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New Poll Shows Cannabis Delivery Has Had Increasing Popularity And Demand

During the pandemic, cannabis delivery and drive-thru options became more of a hot topic than ever before. In addition to the logistics and safety it provides, delivery offers a stress-free, convenient system that is here to stay. According to a recent poll from Ganja Goddess, a California-based, online brand for…

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Use of CBD May Be Associated With Reduced Alcohol Intake, New Study Shows

New research affiliated with the University of Colorado at Boulder and published in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors reveals that consumption of CBD-dominant cannabis may be associated with reduced alcohol intake.  In order to test this, the researchers looked at cannabis use across 120 subjects and compared use of cannabis that…

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New Poll Shows Almost 70% of Americans Want Legal Cannabis—More Than Ever Before

According to a recent poll, across the country, more Americans want legal cannabis now than ever before. The national polling data was put together by Quinnipiac University. This is the highest level of support ever reported in a nationwide survey and marks an even bigger shift in cannabis acceptance. The…

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Research Shows Chronic Pain Patients See Sustained Improvement With Cannabis Use

Chronic pain patients who used cannabis saw sustained improvement in their condition over time, according to the results of a recently released study. An abstract of the research, “No pain, all gain? Interim analyses from a longitudinal, observational study examining the impact of medical cannabis treatment on chronic pain and…

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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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