Cannabidiol or CBD is currently being used in many various products, for example in order to bring pain relief. Now a startup company named Daye is introducing tampons with CBD for that very purpose. Daye has discreetly managed to rise 5,5 M USD and is backed by former Spotify Marketing Director Sophia Bendz among others.
A new Spanish study has found that with all the relevant co-variables taken into account, there is no association between cannabis consumption and psychotic experiences in 1588 adolescents.
A former student from both universities have donated 9M USD to his alma maters- 4,5M to each of them- for cannabis research. The donor is the well known cannabis investor Charles R Broderick. Both MIT and Harvard assures that their research will not be affected by this fact.
According to a new American study cannabis can give MS patients considerable ease regarding symptoms and pain conditions.
Farmako is a German pharmaceutical company from Frankfurt. They just registered a patent that will make a modified tequila bacterium produce THC and CBD from sugar.
There is a new report from Nordic Welfare Center, describing the current situation of cannabis in the Nordic countries. Not surprisingly Sweden is the most restrictive country with a yearly average of 40 000 urine tests. (Even consuming cannabis is illegal in Sweden).
It has now been half a year since Canada legalized cannabis. What has happened..? Well- to begin with taxes have been boosting. Jobs and profits have been made and the black market has been diminished.
It seems that the endocannabinoid system is involved in the pleasure that singers feel when they are singing. Runner’s high is a pretty well known phenomena as is the fulfillment you feel when you eat delicious food.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is investing $1.5 million in a new, never before researched study. They are teaming up with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to perform this research. The goal is to see if MS could be treated with cannabis.
Could cannabis help stopping drug addictions? It almost seems that way. According to a recent study it looks promising.