Is alcohol worse for your brain than cannabis? According to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder, the answer is yes.
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Marijuana may help patients suffering from HIV maintain their mental stamina, according to a new study published in the journal AIDS.
Louisiana State University has selected its medical marijuana vendor and now LSU Health Shreveport is ready to prepare for Louisiana medical marijuana research.
According to a recent study published in the journal Natural Medicine, marijuana may help protect aging brains from cognitive decline.
Tennessee Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan is the only active NFL player calling on the league to investigate the merits of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, according to a report at CBSNews.com. Morgan has not used CBD oil, a non-psychoactive chemical from marijuana, because he does not want to risk violating NFL rules on substance abuse.
BONSALL, Calif., Nov. 17, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — MARIJUANA COMPANY OF AMERICA INC., announced that after many months of research and product development and business planning, MCOA has now commenced generating revenue and started to ship orders for its hempSMART BRAIN product.
BONSALL, Calif., Oct. 18,2016 /Weed Wire/ — MARIJUANA COMPANY OF AMERICA INC., is providing this update to keep our shareholders and prospective investors informed.
DENVER, June 10, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — IMPACT Network, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing the number of clinical cannabis research studies in the United States, is hosting IMPACT: Brain Health & Cannabis.
The vast healing properties of the cannabis plant are becoming more and more widely known. The actual scientific knowledge behind why and how cannabinoids are an invaluable treatment and medication is sadly not widespread.
A medical study conducted in the United Kingdom has found that the use of high potency marijuana may affect the structure of a user’s brain.
One of the biggest questions surrounding marijuana reform in the United States is how exactly does the substance affect the human brain.
Several months ago, sensational headlines rocked the marijuana debate as findings from a scientific study seemed to indicate that marijuana shrinks the brain of heavy users.
You may have heard the alarming reports in recent months that marijuana may cause brain damage. The reports are taken from a study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, that observed that regular marijuana use alters the structures of your brain.
How do you choose your marijuana? If you live in a state where marijuana is still illegal, you probably just take whatever your dealer sells you. If you’re lucky enough to live in Washington, Colorado, or a state with medicinal cannabis, the selection process may be bit more difficult; there is almost too much marijuana to choose from.