Contrary to the fear expressed by cannabis prohibitionists, teenagers seem to consume less cannabis in the states that has legalized medical cannabis, a study shows.
According to a recent study from Israel there are indications that cannabis could be used to heal broken bones.
Men who occasionally consumes cannabis can actually improve their sperm production, according to a new study from Harvard University.
According to a recent study fatal traffic accidents temporarily rose then fell in three of the states that have legalized recreational cannabis.
In Israel medical cannabis has been legal for a decade, so there has been a lot of scientific testing preformed on it. Now an Israeli company named Tikun Olam is exporting their products to the US.
Now when the market is flooded with all sorts of cannabis products, it was only a matter of time before commercial interests would target the sex aspects pertaining to the plant.
When cannabis is the topic of the day in luxury Swiss ski resort of Davos, where hot shots in business, politics, finances and science are discussing it, you get a good indication that world wide cannabis acceptance is near. Cannabis Comes to Davos, Sharing Spotlight With Global Elites
William Barr, the nominee for next AG (attorney general) in the US, put his pledge not to interfere with states that have legalized cannabis in print.
Young people in the liberal states of the US are consuming more cannabis but fewer get dependent.
As more american states are legalizing, the edibles become increasingly popular. However the research about this highly popular way of ingesting cannabis is rather poor.