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Scientists Figured Out How to Block Pot’s Effect on Memory

Recent work published by researchers in Barcelona has just uncovered more details about the neurochemical pathway that leads to marijuana’s psychoactive effects, specifically its effects on memory. Not only did they make a breakthrough in the neurochemistry of canna...

Study: New Cannabinoids Discovered

Ole Miss is at again. With their research-grade cannabis finally up to par with that of dispensaries, the weed scientists at the University of Mississippi have taken full advantage of the potent pot: seven new naturally occurring cannabinoids have been discovered. &nb...

More Studies Link Cannabis to Aiding Diabetes

More studies link marijuana with helping aid the symptoms of diabetes, including painful and treatment-resistant neuropathic injury.

Feds Want to Grow More Pot In 2015

For the second year in a row, federal officials are seeking permission to grow more weed. Yes, you read that correctly. On Wednesday, the administrator of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, Michele Leonhart, posted a proposal in the US Federal Register that...

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