Many in Washington State's burgeoning pot business say cannabis can help you relax. A Washington State University study may just back that up.

Researchers found that daily cannabis users were significantly calmer than non-users when subjected to stress tests. That's even though all the participants were sober on the day of testing.

"Previous research has shown that small doses of THC or cannabis reduce feelings of stress," said study author Carrie Cuttler. "We were interested in whether this effect would persist beyond the period of intoxication."

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Heather Bosch ~ KING5.com ~

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