Scientists from the University of Texas-Dallas found that when it comes to regular marijuana consumers, women experience more intense craving than men.
Using animals, scientists discovered that when female eggs were exposed to THC, the compound inhibited pregnancy and the production of viable embryos.
We'll give you a hint: it's not millennials. Plus, women and men prefer different cannabis products, but not in the ways you'd expect.
While some improvements were found in sexual categories, scientists found no physical evidence nuts do anything for sex.
Some research claims that estrogen and THC have a pretty meaningful relationship, giving a boost to women and how they experience cannabis' benefits.
Maybe marijuana is not the answer to male infertility but hopefully these studies will help researchers stumble upon something that could.
Just as scientists have previously studied what effect alcohol and tobacco could have on pregnancy, researchers have begun to place cannabis under a similar microscope.
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A study conducted in Canada using toxicology results from trauma centers in British Columbia has given a little more insight into what impact blood marijuana level has on crashes.
A new measure would prioritize minorities, women, and those disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs for a marijuana business license.