Marijuana legalization is “generally not associated with changes in index crime rates,” authors’ analysis concluded.
“Patients exhibited significantly faster performance with fewer errors on several tasks of executive function relative to baseline,” investigators concluded.
“These findings add weight to the conclusion that adolescent cannabis use is holding steady in the wake of legalization,” authors determined.
Researchers theorized that cannabis’ ability to mitigate symptoms associated with HIV, such as pain, may facilitate greater engagement in physical activity.
“Are we in a stronger place today than we were yesterday? Of course we are.”
Cannabis inhalation was associated with sustained improvements and side effects were “minimal.”
Investigators concluded, “CBD has a good safety profile, is well tolerated with opioid agonists, and reduces key withdrawal symptoms.”
Survey data reports that 22 percent of US caregivers or parents have provided CBD to an autistic child.