New York-based cannabis investor Bob Broderick has announced a $9 million donation to MIT and Harvard for researching the cannabis plant.
Canadian police have reported no significant changes in the number of cannabis-related impaired driving crimes post legalization, the Canadian Press reports. However, police say it is too early to release hard data on the issue.
Under decriminalization rules passed April 1, adults in Israel will no longer be prosecuted for simple home growing and low-level cannabis possession.Full story after the jump.
The investment will span five years and will cover applications for basic science, clinical, health services, and policy cannabis research.
According to a survey from High Yield Insights, about 40 percent of adults 21-and-older are interested in using CBD “under the right conditions.” The majority of those that indicated willingness in trying CBD were 35-and-older (64 percent), female (56 percent), with some college experience (79 percent).
A new study by researchers at the University of New Mexico has shown that THC may be just as medicinally valuable as CBD — and perhaps even more so, EurekAlert reports.
Researchers investigated over 800,000 high school students in 45 states and discovered that medical cannabis legalization appears to lead to a decline in teenage and adolescent cannabis consumption.
A study conducted by researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Soroka University Medical Center in Israel has shown that cannabis oil has a significant effect on the symptoms of autism, The Growth Op reports.
A new study published in the journal Human Reproduction reveals that men who reported smoking cannabis had higher sperm counts than men who claimed to never have smoked, Live Science reports.
The New Jersey Senator, who has already introduced significant cannabis legalization legislation to the federal Congress, announced his campaign on the Tom Joyner Morning Show.