Investigators concluded: “Our study did not show any detrimental impact of current cannabis use on any of the measured IVF outcomes.”
Authors found “no evidence” that legalization was associated with short-term changes in traffic safety.
The court rejected officers’ contention that the smell of marijuana alone is sufficient grounds for police to make an arrest.
Cannabis preparations improved subjects “perception of pain, pruritus, wound-healing, and well-being … and reduced concomitant medication use.”
Study participants exhibited a 10 percent “average increase of recalled words 20 minutes after vaping CBD.”
Investigators concluded, “Consistent with estimates from prior studies, there [is] little evidence that [marijuana legalization laws] encourage youth marijuana use.”
“Overall, patients reported more positive effects rather than adverse effects with medical cannabis use.”
The administration of cannabis oils was associated with “significant improvements” in patients’ pain conditions over the study period.