Latest Cannabinol Stories
Many studies have recently come out regarding cannabis and its effect on the body, but one thing has become certain about all of them: marijuana is a hot topic among researchers.
Cannabis can reduce spasticity in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
In a first step toward engineering a drug-free Cannabis plant for hemp fiber and oil, University of Minnesota researchers have identified genes producing tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive substance in marijuana.
Marijuana can be a potential contaminant and be a factor in food-borne illnesses, U.S. health officials warn.
Scientists investigating the effects of cannabis on bone health have found that its impact varies dramatically with age.
Scientists say they have discovered why cannabis causes memory loss, adding that the finding could help future development of drugs using marijuanaâ€™s benefits without the negative aspects of forgetfulness.
Researchers in Spain wrote in a study released Thursday that the main chemical in marijuana appears to aid in the destruction of brain cells, offering hope for future anti-cancer therapies.
A new study makes the case for an illegal drug by showcasing its potential protective effects against Alzheimerâ€™s disease.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/14de62/emerging_opportuni) has announced the addition of the "Emerging Opportunities with Cannabinoids" report to their offering.
Study to investigate link between cannabis compound and slowing of multiple sclerosis
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