More than twice as many respondents said that they would prefer to live in a state where marijuana was fully legal.
Subjects who consumed cannabis possessed a 59 percent lower risk of central obesity than did those with no history of use.
Researchers determined, “Participants with ADHD who have used cannabis reported that cannabis has acute beneficial effects on many symptoms of ADHD.”
State officials have moved to seal some 330,000 low-level marijuana possession convictions and another 64,000 misdemeanor distribution convictions.
The ruling reverses an order from the Workers’ Compensation Court of Appeals and also strikes down a 2015 administrative rule enacted by the Minnesota Department of Labor.
Investigators concluded, “The potential for cannabinoids to be used as an alternative to augment or replace conventional primary cancer treatments definitely justifies further research.”
NORML’s Deputy Director cautioned that the study’s well publicized findings should not yet be extrapolated to the cannabis consuming population at large.
Eighty-three percent of those surveyed that they would recommend the use of CBD products to other parents caring for autistic children.