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Research & Development


Research & Development Medical research

Top Cannabis Science Headlines: April Roundup

| Lauren Robertson

Our top picks from the month’s research, business and policy news across the cannabis industry

Research & Development Medical research

Feliz 420!

| Lauren Robertson, Margot Lespade

A celebration of the industry’s favourite holiday

Research & Development Addiction

Feeling Sluggish?

| Margot Lespade

New research adds weight to the link between THC and a decrease in motivation

Research & Development Addiction

In the Zone

| Margot Lespade

Could cannabis mitigate symptoms of ADHD?

Research & Development Adverse effects

Calculated Risk

| Margot Lespade

Cannabis may ease symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease – but at what cost?

Research & Development Medical research

Cannabinoids and COVID-19

| Lauren Robertson

Richard van Breemen tells us about his latest research showing that CBD-A and CBG-A are effective cell entry inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2

Research & Development Medical research

Forget Cigarettes After Sex…

| Lauren Robertson

Could cannabis use really be linked to improved sexual function in young adults?

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Heroic Hearts: Psychedelics for Veterans

| Lauren Robertson

Grace Blest-Hopley, Research Director at Heroic Hearts Project, tells us about the charity’s mission to bring psychedelic therapies to veterans

Research & Development Medical research

Wakey, Wakey, Sleepy Head

| Lauren Robertson

New data sheds light on the role of cannabis in sleep–wake regulation

Research & Development Addiction

Fewer Drugs, More Cannabis?

| Lauren Robertson

Could cannabis help combat substance use disorders?


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