Have you ever wondered what gives cannabis that unique odor? And why does some weed reek of skunk or dirty socks and other times it has the refreshing aroma of lemons or pine?
Studies like this one help scientists understand how cannabis and its compounds work. These results could be used for legal and scientific purposes.
Published in the Social Science Research Network, the study found sales of cookies, potato chips, and ice cream all increased in regions where recreational cannabis was legalized.
The study, the largest of its kind, found correlations between important life events and changes in behavior — both for dogs and their human friends.
Here's a new health-related adage to consider: Regular consumption of marijuana (in whatever form) keeps you thin and active.
If people ever try to make you feel bad or dumb for talking to your dog or even your plants, don't listen to them. You can simply cite this study.
But it is going to take some doing for a CBD-based medicine to be recognized for its ability to treat depression in the United States.
The study found that teens who used marijuana at least once a week before the age of 18 are associated with a 37 percent increased risk of depression as adults.