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Non-psychoactive marijuana ingredient could help addicts stay clean

A preclinical study in rats has shown that there might be worth in using a non-psychoactive and non-addictive ingredient of the Cannabis sativa plant to decrease the risk of relapse among recuperating drug and alcohol addicts. The study’s findings inform the continuing debate about the likely medical advantages of non-psychoactive cannabinoids, and the way that (Read More)

Children whose mothers use cannabis are more likely to try it at younger age

When mothers use cannabis during the first 12 years of their child’s life, their marijuana-using children are more likely to start at an earlier age than children of non-using mothers, according to a new study. This study is the first to create a link amid maternal cannabis use during a child’s lifetime and earlier initiation (Read More)