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DENVER — A new study, that claims to be the first of its kind, found cannabis consumers are “among the most well-adjusted and successful of American adults.” The study by BDS Analytics compared people in three categories: “Consumers” (people who consumed cannabis products in the past ), “Acceptors” (people who do not consume cannabis but […]
Stress is something that everyone experiences on a daily basis. Whether it stresses you out to drive to work, your job is stressful, you college course work is piling up, or you are taining a new pet to only potty outside, stress is everywhere all the time. Cannabis has always said to be an anti-anxiety […]
Weed makes you hungry; you’ve always known it. But now, researchers have the necessary evidence and a firm understanding of how it happens. Experiments at the Yale School of Medicine showed that rodents fed weed began feeling hungry instead of sated. THC, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, worked on the appetite center of the […]
The United States, Canada, and Brazil are reeling from an epidemic of drug abuse. Of the estimated 21 million cocaine addicts in the world, most are present in these three countries. Painkillers and crack cocaine lead to deaths from overdose and complications arising from addiction. Plus, the mode of consumption with crack is often responsible […]
Looks like weed is indeed the wonder plant that Rastafaris claim it to be. Research carried out on older mice has shown that THC in cannabis improved their learning abilities and memory. After being dosed with THC, older mice displayed similar powers of recollection as younger rodents. The results of the study have been published […]
It has long been suspected that cannabis can help with issues related to appetite. Because of the strong correlation between cannabis and “the munchies,” marijuana has been associated with helping regain the desire to eat even before any scientific tests were carried out. Cannabis has also been approved as a medicine to help regain appetite […]
It has long been assumed that there is a positive association between cannabis use and fighting cancer – not only does the plant help with symptoms and improve the appetite of those on chemo, it also seems to stop the spread of cancer itself. Now that restrictions on cannabis testing are finally being lifted, there […]