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Thu
26
Nov

Poll: More than half of Canadians approve of legalizing psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression

A poll commissioned by TheraPsil has found that 56 per cent of Canadians approve of legalizing psilocybin therapy for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) and almost two-thirds, 64 per cent, approve of legalizing psilocybin for individuals who have a terminal illness.

Conducted by Pollara Strategic Insights in October, more than 1,500 Canadians were surveyed, with results weighted based on age, gender and region.

Wed
25
Nov

Does Weed Really Mess With Your Memory?

Marijuana makes you dumb. At least according to the tired trope surrounding its use. Back in the day, stoners were considered slackers and anyone who smoked weed was on a one-way ticket to Loserville.

Today, many of those stigmas have fallen away. But some still linger in the popular consciousness, like the perception that every hit on a joint results in a lower IQ. But does smoking marijuana actually make you stupid?

Tue
24
Nov

7 Reasons to Integrate CBD into Your Fitness Routine

Whether you’re a long-distance runner, a trekking enthusiast, or a gymnast, fitness is a crucial part of every human being. With the ongoing pandemic and closure of gyms, online workout sessions are the new normal. A person’s fitness goal can be anything from losing fat to gaining muscle to improving joint flexibility and endurance. Sticking to a fitness regimen is the hardest thing that can keep you lingered from achieving your fitness goal. This is why many fitness freaks look for natural supplements that can promote energy and alleviate pain to keep you motivated and consistent towards the fitness goal.

Tue
24
Nov

Study Finds 17% Of Patients With Rheumatologic Diseases Are Cannabis Consumers

A study by a team of researchers in France has found that 17% of patients with rheumatologic diseases consume cannabis. A report on the study, “Cannabis use assessment and its impact on pain in rheumatologic diseases: A systematic review and meta-analysis,” was posted online this month prior to its publication in the journal Rheumatology.

Tue
24
Nov

Vancouver company announces clinical trial of psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy for substance use disorders

Vancouver-based Numinus Wellness Inc. has announced a 30-person clinical trial to establish the best practices for treating substance use disorders with psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy.

According to a press release, the trial will be focused on treating tobacco, stimulant, alcohol and opioid disorders.

Mon
23
Nov

How to Find the Best Medical Marijuana Products for Your Needs

If you’re new to the world of medical marijuana, you may be finding it hard to know where to start. Between smoking, taking edibles, whether you are looking for more of an upper or relaxation stimulant, in this article we’ll help you to make better sense of the products available and aid you in choosing what is best for your requirements. If you live in any of the 33 states in which this substance is legal in a healthcare context, such as Pennsylvania, getting a medical marijuana card is extremely easy.

Thu
19
Nov

CBD Skin Cream Mitigates Chronic Back Pain Says New Study

Chronic back pain is a major issue around the globe.

In fact, lower back pain is the leading cause of disability on the planet.

The condition affects people from all backgrounds and socio-economic statuses, although low and middle-income populations have seen a greater uptick in diagnosis compared to upper-income global populations in recent years.

Tue
17
Nov

What CBD Oil Can Do For Pets

Don’t worry. The absence of THC combined with the presence of rich cannabidiol compounds won’t make your dogs high.

Cannabidiol is one of the most active compounds found in hemp plants. You can learn more about this on here. Many studies have found out that it can balance the bodily functions of many mammals. When CBD stimulates the endocannabinoid system present in both humans and animals, it can help the body regain homeostasis.

Tue
17
Nov

Women Are More Likely To Swap Prescribed Medication For Medical Cannabis, Study Finds

Increased medical knowledge and changes in social norms have meant that over the last decade attitudes towards medical cannabis have changed exponentially. After speaking to clinicians and patients studies have concluded that while it may have once been taboo, medical cannabis is now believed to be a legitimate medical therapy by some. It may be much more accepted but few studies have looked into how patients use medical cannabis and whether men and women see it differently.

Tue
17
Nov

New Study Warns CBD May Yield Positive THC Test Results

Have you gotten swept up in the CBD craze? Careful. It may induce a positive drug test.

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