A study suggests that the consumption of tobacco and alcohol contributes to the increase in the use of illegal drugs such as cannabis.
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Research published by psychologists at the University of Bath suggests that “Spice”, which contains synthetic drugs originally designed to mimic the effects of cannabis, is more harmful than cannabis and that users are likely to experience more severe withdrawal symptoms when trying to quit.
Analysis shows that cannabis and fentanyl production prices have fallen by as much as 95%. This very low cost implies an explosion in consumption and a major change in the place of drugs in Western societies.
Colorado State University researchers provide the most detailed accounting to date of greenhouse gas emissions from the cannabis industry. And the results are impressive. The legalization of cannabis, which is currently underway in the world, could cause CO2 emissions to explode.
Since cannabis has been illegal for decades, legalizing it causes an instant change in the prices of other illegal drugs.
A correlation shows that the presence of legal cannabis shops is associated with fewer opioid-induced deaths in the United States. The results may have implications for controlling opioid abuse.
A cultivation technique, called micropropagation, would facilitate the production of cannabis.
Research shows cannabidiol (CBD) is safe for driving and the effects of THC wear off within hours.
People with obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, report that the severity of their symptoms has been reduced by about half within four hours of consuming high-CBD cannabis.
Scientists alter the metabolism of yeasts to produce THC and CBD.