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  1. Our primary objective was to understand breastfeeding individuals’ decisions to use cannabis. Specifically, we investigated reasons for cannabis use, experiences with healthcare providers regarding use, and po...

    Authors: Caroline B. Smith, Jenna Schmidt, Elizabeth A. Holdsworth, Beatrice Caffé, Olivia Brooks, Janet E. Williams, David R. Gang, Mark A. McGuire, Michelle K. McGuire, Celestina Barbosa-Leiker and Courtney L. Meehan
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2024 6:6
  2. In legal cannabis markets, the distribution of retail stores has the potential to influence transitions from illegal to legal sources as well as consumer patterns of use. The current study examined the distrib...

    Authors: Fathima Fataar, Pete Driezen, Akwasi Owusu-Bempah and David Hammond
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2024 6:5
  3. With the legalization of cannabis in Canada, consumers are presented with numerous purchase options. Licensed retailers are limited by the Cannabis Act and provincial regulations with respect to offering sales...

    Authors: Jennifer R. Donnan, Molly Downey, Karissa Johnston, Maisam Najafizada and Lisa D. Bishop
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2024 6:4
  4. Acute cannabis use has been demonstrated to slow reaction time and affect decision-making and short-term memory. These effects may have utility in identifying impairment associated with recent use. However, th...

    Authors: Ashley Brooks-Russell, Julia Wrobel, Tim Brown, L. Cinnamon Bidwell, George Sam Wang, Benjamin Steinhart, Gregory Dooley and Michael J. Kosnett
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2024 6:3
  5. In the USA, an increasing number of states have legalized commercial recreational cannabis markets, allowing a private industry to sell cannabis to those 21 and older at retail locations known as dispensaries....

    Authors: Samantha Marinello, Rebecca Valek and Lisa M. Powell
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2024 6:2
  6. Canada took a national approach to recreational cannabis that resulted in official legalization on October 17, 2018. In the United States (US), the approach has been more piecemeal, with individual states pass...

    Authors: Janet Music, Brian Sterling, Sylvain Charlebois and Christine Goedhart
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2024 6:1
  7. Changes in regulation for cannabis for nonmedical use (CNMU) are underway worldwide. Switzerland amended the law in 2021 allowing pilot trials evaluating regulative models for cannabis production and distribut...

    Authors: Constantin Strube, Renato Davide Comazzi, Dimitri Löwinger, Reto Auer, Franz Moggi and Philippe Pfeifer
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:40
  8. In animals, the endocannabinoid system regulates multiple physiological functions. Like humans, animals respond to preparations containing phytocannabinoids for treating several conditions. In Argentina, laws ...

    Authors: Diana Banach and Paola Ferrero
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:39
  9. Medical cannabis (MC) is increasingly used for chronic pain, but it is unclear how it aids in pain management. Previous literature suggests that MC could holistically alter the pain experience instead of only ...

    Authors: Jussi Jylkkä, Aleksi Hupli, Aleksandra Nikolaeva, Sandra Alanen, Anna Erika Back, Sara Lindqvist, Andreas Krabbe, Maya Lavie-Ajayi and Oskari Kantonen
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:38
  10. The is a case of a 28-year-old male presenting to an emergency department (ED) via emergency medical services (EMS) with a chief complaint of “gastritis.” He was noted to have bigeminy on the pre-arrival EMS e...

    Authors: Jeffrey Wong, Muneet Gill, Thor Stead, Derrick Huang and Latha Ganti
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:36
  11. Road safety is an important concern amidst expanding worldwide access to legal cannabis. The present study reports on the driving-related subsection of the Cannabis as Medicine Survey 2020 (CAMS-20) which surv...

    Authors: Thomas R. Arkell, Sarah V. Abelev, Llewellyn Mills, Anastasia Suraev, Jonathon C. Arnold, Nicholas Lintzeris and Iain S. McGregor
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:35
  12. As Cannabis was legalised in Canada for recreational use in 2018 with the implementation of the Cannabis Act, Regulations were put in place to ensure safety and consistency across the cannabis industry. This incl...

    Authors: Mathieu Gagnon, Tyler McRitchie, Kim Montsion, Josée Tully, Michel Blais, Neil Snider and David R. Blais
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:34
  13. Cannabis use, be it either cannabidiol (CBD) use and/or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) use, shows promise to enhance exercise recovery. The present study aimed to determine if individuals are using CBD and...

    Authors: Anthony G. Pinzone, Emily K. Erb, Stacie M. Humm, Sarah G. Kearney and J. Derek Kingsley
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:32
  14. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, the cannabis industry has adapted to public health emergency orders which had direct and indirect consequences on cannabis consumption. The objective of this...

    Authors: Kelda Newport, Lisa Bishop, Jennifer Donnan, Shefali Pal and Maisam Najafizada
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:31
  15. Hemp-derived delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (∆9 THC) products are freely available for sale across much of the USA, but the federal legislation allowing their sale places only minimal requirements on companies. Pro...

    Authors: Lee Johnson, Marc Malone, Erik Paulson, Josh Swider, David Marelius, Susan Andersen and Dominic Black
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:29

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  16. Cannabidiol (CBD)-containing products are sold widely in consumer stores, but concerns have been raised regarding their quality, with notable discrepancies between advertised and actual CBD content. Informatio...

    Authors: Drusus A. Johnson, Megan Hogan, Ray Marriot, Liam M. Heaney, Stephen J. Bailey, Tom Clifford and Lewis J. James
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:28
  17. Targeting protein kinase B (Akt) and its downstream signaling proteins are promising options in designing novel and potent drug candidates against hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). The present study explores the...

    Authors: Dorcas I. Akinloye, Damilohun S. Metibemu, Mujidat T. Shittu, Mariam A. Lawal, Faith O. Olatunji, Muideen A. Oyediran and Oluseyi A. Akinloye
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:27
  18. Since 2001, Canadians have been able to obtain cannabis for medical purposes, initially through the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). The Cannabis Act (Bill C-45) came into force on ...

    Authors: Cecilia Costiniuk, Caroline A. MacCallum, Michael Boivin, Sergio Rueda, Gary Lacasse, Zach Walsh, Paul J. Daeninck, Shari Margolese, Enrico Mandarino, Jagpaul Kaur Deol, Tatiana Sanchez and Alan D. Bell
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:25
  19. Substance administration to laboratory animals necessitates careful consideration and planning in order to enhance agent distribution while reducing any harmful effects from the technique. There are numerous m...

    Authors: Kaveh Momenzadeh, Diana Yeritsyan, Nadim Kheir, Rosalyn M. Nazarian and Ara Nazarian
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:24
  20. Poor outcomes of COVID-19 have been reported in older males with medical comorbidities including substance use disorder. However, it is unknown whether there is a difference in COVID-19 treatment outcomes betw...

    Authors: Ann Rydberg, Christopher A. Dodoo, Terry D. Schneekloth and Osama A. Abulseoud
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:23
  21. The use of cannabidiol (CBD) for therapeutic purposes is receiving considerable attention, with speculation that CBD can be useful in a wide range of conditions. Only one product, a purified form of plant-deri...

    Authors: Saoirse Elizabeth O’Sullivan, Sanne Skov Jensen, Gitte Nykjaer Nikolajsen, Heidi Ziegler Bruun, Rhenu Bhuller and Julia Hoeng
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:21
  22. The aim of the current study was to examine patterns of medical cannabis use in those using it to treat anxiety and to investigate if the anxiolytic effects of cannabis were impacted by gender and/or age.

    Authors: Meenu Minhas and Stephanie E. Lunn
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:20
  23. This paper examines the factors that led to the collapse of hemp grown for cannabidiol (CBD) in Arizona, the United States of America (USA), and particularly in Yuma County, which is a well-established agricul...

    Authors: Anastasia K. Stats, Ken G. Sweat, Robert N. Masson, Kendra D. Conrow, Amy E. Frazier and Maxwell C. K. Leung
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:19
  24. Throughout the past two decades of legal medical cannabis in Canada, individuals have experienced challenges related to accessing legal sources of cannabis for medical purposes. The objective of our study was ...

    Authors: N. Rielle Capler, Lynda G. Balneaves, Jane A. Buxton and Thomas Kerr
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:18
  25. The reintroduction of Cannabis sativa L. in the form of hemp (< 0.3% THC by dry weight) into the US agricultural sector has been complex and remains confounded by its association with cannabis (> 0.3% THC by dry ...

    Authors: Amanda Falkner, Jane Kolodinsky, Tyler Mark, William Snell, Rebecca Hill, Amelia Luke, Jonathan Shepherd and Hannah Lacasse
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:17
  26. Understanding the genome of Cannabis sativa holds significant scientific value due to the multi-faceted therapeutic nature of the plant. Links from cannabis gene to therapeutic property are important to establish...

    Authors: Trever J. Jackson and Sunandan Chakraborty
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:16
  27. There is an expanding unregulated market for a psychotropic compound called ∆8-Tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8-THC) that is being derived from hemp, but a summary of adverse events related to delta-8-THC has not be...

    Authors: Eric C. Leas, Raquel M. Harati, Nora Satybaldiyeva, Nicolas E. Morales, Shelby L. Huffaker, Tomas Mejorado and Igor Grant
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:15
  28. Cannabis sativa L. also known as industrial hemp, is primarily cultivated as source material for cannabinoids cannabidiol (CBD) and ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol (∆9-THC). Pesticide contamination during plant growth is...

    Authors: Jamie Cuchiaro, James Baumgartner and Melissa M. Reynolds
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:13
  29. Glandular capitate trichomes which form on bract tissues of female inflorescences of high THC-containing Cannabis sativa L. plants are important sources of terpenes and cannabinoids. The influence of plant age an...

    Authors: Zamir K. Punja, Darren B. Sutton and Tommy Kim
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:12
  30. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a potential therapeutic for pain management. Yet, there exists a dearth of studies of its tolerability and efficacy, especially in special populations. Former elite athletes are a special ...

    Authors: Nicole Hall, Bradie James, Mohammad Alfrad Nobel Bhuiyan, Erin Crane, Carlie Falgout and Kevin Sean Murnane
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:11
  31. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted health care but it is unknown how it impacted the lives of people using medical cannabis for chronic pain.

    Authors: Yuval Zolotov, Jacinta Lomba, Megan Ghiroli, Mariya Masyukova, Julia H. Arnsten, Joanna L. Starrels, Jonathan Ross, Chinazo O. Cunningham and Deepika E. Slawek
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:10
  32. Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is a psychoactive cannabinoid from the cannabis plant that can be synthetically converted from cannabidiol (CBD). Most states permit the full or restricted sale of hemp and h...

    Authors: Erin K. Bradley, Brooke E. Hoots, Evan S. Bradley and Douglas R. Roehler
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:9
  33. Investigation of cannabis use trends among emerging adults (EA, aged between 18 and 24 years) following 2018 Canadian Recreational Cannabis Legislation (RCL) is critical. EAs report the heaviest cannabis use i...

    Authors: N’deye Rokhaya Gueye, Kevin Prada and Danielle de Moissac
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:8
  34. With the legalization of cannabis in multiple jurisdictions throughout the world, a larger proportion of the population consumes cannabis. Several studies have demonstrated anti-tumor effects of components pre...

    Authors: Erin G. Whynot, Andrea M. Tomko and Denis J. Dupré
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:7
  35. Cannabidiol (CBD) extracted from the cannabis plant is believed to have a medicinal value due to its neuroprotective effect via anti-inflammatory and antioxidant action. Recent behavioral studies in rats have ...

    Authors: Akihiro Hasumi and Hideyuki Maeda
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:6
  36. Hemp and marijuana are the two major varieties of Cannabis sativa. While both contain Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary psychoactive component of C. sativa, they differ in the amount of THC that they con...

    Authors: Megan I. Chambers, Samira Beyramysoltan, Benedetta Garosi and Rabi A. Musah
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:5
  37. Little is known about the frequency with which different combinations of phytochemicals (chemovars) arise in Cannabis flower or whether common chemovars are associated with distinct pharmacodynamics and patient h...

    Authors: Jacob Miguel Vigil, Sarah See Stith, Franco Brockelman, Keenan Keeling and Branden Hall
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:4
  38. Comparative bioavailability of cannabinoids following their administration by dosing routes has been studied previously, but there are no quantitative reports of distribution of Δ9THC, nor its metabolites, across...

    Authors: Gunjan Upadhyay, Oksana Fihurka, Connor Habecker, Pranav Patel and Juan Sanchez-Ramos
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:3
  39. The purpose of this study was to examine the perceived influence of cannabis on sexual functioning and satisfaction. This study used Kaplan’s and Masters and Johnson’s sexual response cycle (desire, excitement...

    Authors: Amanda Moser, Sharon M. Ballard, Jake Jensen and Paige Averett
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:2
  40. Although the chemical constituents of the aerial parts of Cannabis have been extensively studied, phytochemicals of Cannabis roots are not well characterized. Herein, we investigated the chemical constituents of ...

    Authors: Shijie Huang, Huifang Li, Jun Xu, Huihao Zhou, Navindra P. Seeram, Hang Ma and Qiong Gu
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:1
  41. Cannabis sativa is a primarily dioecious angiosperm that exhibits sexual developmental plasticity. Developmental genes for staminate male flowers have yet to be elucidated; however, there are regions of male-asso...

    Authors: Anthony Torres, Christopher Pauli, Robert Givens, Jason Argyris, Keith Allen, Amparo Monfort and Reginald J. Gaudino
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2022 4:57
  42. In the UK, legislation and regulations governing medical cannabis and over the counter cannabidiol (CBD) wellness products have rapidly evolved since 2018. This study aimed to assess the public awareness of th...

    Authors: Simon Erridge, Ross Coomber and Mikael H Sodergren
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2022 4:56
  43. Although the worldwide use of medical cannabis (MC) is on the rise, there is insufficient data regarding the long-term stability of phytocannabinoids in the plant material under different storage conditions. S...

    Authors: Joshua Aviram, Daniella Atzmony, Anna Frenklakh, Asaf Kroll, Ilana Zaks and Arno Hazekamp
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2022 4:55

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