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New or occasional users were more likely to experience adverse reactions from smoking marijuana than frequent users, researchers reported.
A new study, published in the journal Sleep, suggests the root of insomnia can begin by smoking copious amounts of marijuana as a teenager.
Maintaining access to legal, regulated marijuana amid the pandemic remains a heated topic of discussion in recent weeks.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse is calling for research into the effects smoking marijuana has on the coronavirus.
More than half (53%) of responders agreed that marijuana dispensaries should be considered "essential" during the coronavirus outbreak.
Following the stockpiling trend, marijuana sales have fallen back to pre-pandemic daily averages.
Marijuana advocates and industry leaders argue that medical patients shouldn’t have to rely on outside sources to acquire plant medicine.
Marijuana has known anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties that need further investigation during the global COVID-19 pandemic, says one doctor.
Results of the study found that between 70-90% of legal marijuana products contained THC levels higher than 15%.
This is notable because North Carolina has no comprehensive medical or recreational marijuana laws.
Researchers found that setting and context played a bigger role in psychedelic experience than previously assumed.