General Education 

 

It seems that there is so much research and so many studies out there regarding cannabis. We are just scratching the surface of what this plant can and cannot do, so it may seem like a squire trying to cross the road. Some of it is great, some so-so and some not so great. Under this section you will find studies and research that doesn’t really fall into a large category, but the knowledge is worth knowing none the less. As always, please consult your doctor prior to starting a cannabis regimen. They don’t have to like it, as long as it’s safe for you, but they do have to respect your freedom of choice when it comes to your own healthcare.

 

Cannabis Interactions with Drugs and Clinical Considerations

Deep Dive: Newly Discovered Cannabinoids: THCP & CBDP

Introducing the CannMed Archives. Our new searchable video library, showcasing the greatest minds in cannabis science, medicine, cultivation, and safety

Identification of a new cannabidiol n-hexyl homolog in a medicinal cannabis variety with an antinociceptive activity in mice: cannabidihexol

Returning cannabis health care back to healthcare professionals

Disposition of Phytocannabinoids, Their Acidic Precursors and Their Metabolites in Biological Matrices of Healthy Individuals Treated with Vaporized Medical Cannabis

Insomnia treatment: a new multitasking natural compound based on melatonin and cannabis extracts

Medical cannabis education among healthcare trainees: A scoping review

(−)-trans-Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabiphorol Content of Cannabis sativa Inflorescence from Various Chemotypes

Society of Cannabis – Research Library 

Effort-related decision making and cannabis use among college students

Is marijuana really a gateway drug? A nationally representative test of the marijuana gateway hypothesis using a propensity score matching design

Understanding Cannabis’s Entourage Effect Benefits of Whole Plant Medicine

A novel phytocannabinoid isolated from Cannabis sativa L. with an in vivo cannabimimetic activity higher than Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol: Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabiphorol