Nearly half of Canadians say they are interested in trying cannabis-laced edibles such as brownies when marijuana is legalized, according to a study by Dalhousie University professors. The survey also found that 39 per cent of respondents would be willing to order a dish made with marijuana at a restaurant.
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Cannabis use is being put under the microscope by researchers at the B.C. Centre on Substance Use, who are looking to recruit 1,000 volunteers for a new study. “How adults use cannabis for medical and non-medical purposes has never been fully researched in Canada,” said Dr. M-J Milloy, a research scientist at the BC-CfE and […]
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The University of Saskatchewan is launching a study to test the effectiveness of using cannabis to treat children with epilepsy. The Pediatrics Department will be spearheading the study, which wants to see if a high concentration of cannabidiol (CBD) can be used safely in children with epilepsy and if it will impact seizures and quality […]
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