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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
- 22. February 2015
Science/Human: Cannabis use may not have a significant effect on traffic accidents according to large US study
A new study from the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicates cannabis use doesn't significantly increase traffic accident risk. The study looked at 9,000 drivers over the course of 20 months. It found drivers who regularly use cannabis are 25 percent more likely to be involved in a traffic accident. However, when the researchers factored in age, gender and level of alcohol ... more
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- 08. February 2015
- 25. January 2015
Cannabinoid Conference 2015, a joint meeting of the IACM and the European Workshop on Cannabinoids on 17-19 September 2015 in Sestri Levante, Italy.
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