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Seattle Company Gets Washington’s First Pot Research License - Cannabis News
The state of Washington is about to hand out its very first cannabis research license. This new license allows companies to grow and process cannabis purely for research purposes.
Simply smoking the cannabis flower doesn't provide that level of dependability time and again, but marijuana retailers and their customers would like it to.
One of the great mysteries surrounding cannabis has been solved. A team of scientists from the University of Toronto (U of T) has discovered how hemp and cannabis evolved from a single species—Cannabis sativa—but contain distinct chemical properties.
A look at the science behind how cannabis interacts with the human brain, so you can utilize the plant to effectively treat any ailment.
New research finds that cannabis affects women differently to men. The reason behind the difference lines up with the activities of different hormones.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia have published a study revealing that there may be more types of cannabinoids than expected in many strains of cannabis and also that CBD and THC are not as important for understanding different strain effects as previously thought, according to Nature.
The state’s growers have created unique cultivation methods and strains that tend to thrive in the various microclimates.
Scientists are hustling on behalf of the weed industry to find new ways to produce the most valuable compounds in marijuana, ditching greenhouses in favor of big steel vats of yeast that can ‘brew’ cannabis like Budweiser brews beer.
A new study reveals that cannabis researchers may be able to replace expensive and time-consuming extraction methods with a simple coffee machine.
The first controlled study examining marijuana as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder needs just a handful more U.S. military veterans to volunteer as test subjects before it can be completed, the study’s nonprofit sponsor announced Thursday.
Every cannabis consumer knows that strain of Presidential OG may inspire you to finish an entire bag of stale potato chips, with no regard for the consequences. But why?
Participants smoke, undergo driving simulation.
With a population of 36 million people, Canada has the potential to become a hotbed for scientific studies related to cannabis.
Scientists are currently in the midst of exploring uncharted territory: The cannabis genome.
Cannabis strains are commonly mislabeled, and strain names often aren't a reliable means of identifying genetic differences between plants.
When we consider the 200 or more bioactive compounds that have been discovered in cannabis, often the more widely understood phytocannabinoids and terpenes tend to steal the spotlight. But these aren’t the only important compounds produced by cannabis.
The mission is to study how cannabis impacts society, looking at everything from public health and the environment to the economy and the legal system.