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Large doses of THC, CBD, and CBN could make processing some blood pressure drugs and Ritalin more difficult.
A review published by Australian researchers sheds light on various facets of addiction, as well as some of the neurological mechanisms by which CBD can limit addictive behaviors.
Project CBD interviews Kelly Dunn and Josh Sarvis about sustainable and regenerative growing practices.
A review of 10 studies that shed light on how CBD might interact with cancer treatments.
The study also provides support for using CBD as a first-line treatment for epilepsy, rather than a last resort.
The data didn’t support the notion that teens using cannabis causes any changes in the developing brain.
Fears that decriminalization, medical laws, or outright legalization will affect teen use are un substantiated.
Doctors at the Mayo Clinic recently highlighted a case of price gouging on vitamin K1.
Fear about cannabis and driving seem to be more motivated by a political ideology of criminalizing cannabis use rather than genuine concerns for safety.
Pesticide toxicity is important concern, but the CDPR has consistently failed to provide sensible limits for cannabis