Cannabis Testing & Analysis - Risk of anxiety disorder, associated problems increases drastically in users of high-potency cannabis
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 Studying Cannabis Effects on Stem CellsStudying Cannabis Effects on Stem Cells
 
The reasons for consuming cannabis are caused by the ways the different molecules produced by the cannabis plant, the cannabinoids, interact with the body.
 
   Risk of anxiety disorder, associated problems increases drastically in users of high-potency cannabisRisk of anxiety disorder, associated problems increases drastically in users of high-potency cannabis
 
Users of high-potency cannabis are four times more likely to report associated problems, and twice as likely to report anxiety disorder, than users of lower-potency strains, according to new research from the University of Bristol.
 
   Researchers assess harm reduction awareness among frequent cannabis usersResearchers assess harm reduction awareness among frequent cannabis users
 
Harm reduction strategies have proven effective for use of opioids, alcohol, and tobacco products.
 
 GMU researchers studying effect of cannabidiol on exosome release
 
GMU researchers studying effect of cannabidiol on exosome releaseFatah Kashanchi, Professor, Laboratory of Molecular Virology, School of Systems Biology, and Lance Liotta, Co-Director, Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine, are working to mitigate virally driven HIV pathenogenesis in the central nervous system.
 
 
 New report documents trends before the legalization of cannabis in Michigan
 
New report documents trends before the legalization of cannabis in MichiganNearly twelve years ago, Michigan voters approved the use of medical cannabis by residents with certain health conditions. A year and a half ago, they voted to approve its use by all adults, for any reason.
 
 
 Study assesses the acute impact of cannabis among real-world users
 
Study assesses the acute impact of cannabis among real-world usersSmoking high-potency marijuana concentrates boosts blood levels of THC more than twice as much as smoking conventional weed, but it doesn't necessarily get you higher, according to a new study of regular users published today by University of Colorado Boulder researchers.