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Chronic marijuana use by young teens was not linked with mental or physical disorders more than two decades later, a new study found.
Jahan Marcu, PhD, reports on the hidden dangers of propylene glycol and vape pens that smolder.
There are many brands, but the key factor is what’s inside. How potent is the cannabis oil? How pure? What, if anything, is the oil cut with?
Cannabis doesn’t make a person into an addict any more than food causes someone to become a compulsive eater.
It’s become a mass media truism: Cannabis lowers the IQ of young adults. A Washington Post blogger debunks the latest version of reefer madness-lite.
Teens who consumes alcohol are likely to have reduced brain tissue health, but teens who use marijuana are not.
Professor Donald Tashkin reveals that cannabis smoke doesn't cause lung cancer and may prevent respiratory tissue cells from becoming malignant.
Mounting evidence shows cannabinoids slow cancer growth, inhibit formation of new blood cells that feed a tumor, and help manage pain, fatigue, nausea, and other side effects.
How accurate is potency testing? California NORML and Project CBD conducted a "Ring Test" in which identical samples were sent to ten lab testing facilities in order to compare results.