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Frequently asked questionsCannabis Strains: Do Cannabis Strains Differ?
By Dr. Ethan Russo
Cannabis consumers have always maintained that different types (strains, or chemical varieties, chemovars) produce distinct effects, whether this be with respect to their psychoactivity or to their therapeutic attributes. Strains are often ... more
- 27. November 2016
Science/Human: Cannabis use improved cognitive function in a longitudinal study
Treatment with cannabis was associated with “some improvement on measures of executive functioning” in 11 patients within 3 months, researchers of Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA, reported in Frontiers in Pharmacology. As part of a larger longitudinal study, 24 patients certified for medical cannabis use completed baseline executive function assessments and 11 of these so far have ... more
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- Science/Human: Cannabis extracts significantly improved epilepsy in about a quarter of patients
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