Misinformation can masquerade as science, especially when it comes to cannabis. Adrian Devitt-Lee highlights how analysis can be skewed for a variety of factors and gives insight on how to spot faulty research data.
Low-dose and high-dose treatments, protocols for chronic users, and the potential benefits of psychoactivity.
Using cannabis medicine for intractable epilepsy, cancer, autism, and mental health conditions.
Kevin McKernan on sequencing the cannabis genome and its implications for the cannabis industry and “personalized medicine.”
Care By Design surveyed thousands of patients who had been using CBD-rich cannabis medicines for over 30 days. They asked patients what they were taking CBD-rich cannabis for, the ratio of CBD-to-THC they were using, and about its impact on pain, discomfort, energy, mood, and overall wellbeing.
Here’s what they learned:
Project CBD science advisor Jahan Marcu, PhD, reports on the hidden dangers of propylene glycol and vape pens that smolder.
Millions of Americans now have access to medical marijuana. When it comes to cancer treatment, beyond helping with the nausea of chemotherapy, there is strong scientific evidence of a deeper benefit of using cannabis with conventional therapies.
Synergy: The interaction of elements that when combined produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the individual elements, contributions, etc.
How did it happen that a medical marijuana ballot initiative supported by almost 90% of Florida voters in the spring was defeated in November? Let us count the ways. “Our state is not providing the structure and safe access that we need to help our children. It is very frustrating.”