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Do chemical pollutants wreak havoc by impairing the endocannabinoid system?
Public health researchers at Oregon State University surveyed pesticide use in Oregon between 2016-2017, focusing on worker safety. Steel yourself, it’s bad news.
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A recent study from researchers in Maryland and Pennsylvania explains why cannabinoids may be protective for humans.
The EPA has refused to offer guidance for pesticides on cannabis.
Project CBD interviews Kelly Dunn and Josh Sarvis about sustainable and regenerative growing practices.
Pesticide toxicity is important concern, but the CDPR has consistently failed to provide sensible limits for cannabis
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Which growing method produces better cannabis—sungrown, indoors, or greenhouse? Here is a breakdown of the pros and cons.
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