The percentage of consumers switching to the licit market increased in 2020 and the majority of respondents now acknowledge obtaining cannabis flowers from licensed retailers.
“There is no evidence … that policy changes regarding recreational cannabis significantly affect the prevalence of recreational cannabis use among young people in Europe.”
Over 27 percent of all respondents reported having consumed cannabis for medical purposes.
Researchers concluded, “These cannabinoids, isolated or in hemp extracts, have the potential to prevent as well as treat infection by SARS-CoV-2.”
“Our findings indicate that lifetime cannabis use disorder is frequent among patients with psychotic disorders but is not associated with violent and impulsive behaviors.”
“As of December 2021, states reported a combined total of $10.4 billion in tax revenue from legal, adult-use cannabis sales.”
Authors concluded, “Despite a growing evidence base, and even after many years of legalization, health care professionals have substantial gaps in their knowledge.”
Investigators reported, “CBD may mitigate the negative psychotomimetic effects of THC without diminishing the effects of THC that individuals report liking.”