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Why Is Everyone Suddenly Eating Magic Mushrooms and Having Wild Sex? – Study Reveals Why Psilocybin Leads to Better Sex Lives
In what is believed to be the first-ever study to delve deeper into the connections between sex and arousal with magic mushrooms, researchers have discovered fascinating findings. Investigators at the Imperial College London surveyed almost 300 individuals before and after taking magic mushrooms. They focused on two subject groups: individuals who consumed psychedelics for recreation or wellness, and those who were consuming it for clinical study purposes to analyze its impacts on depression. Thanks to the data, they were able to pull incredible insight into the link between sex and psychedelic experiences.
How Can Cops Tell the Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana? – Feds Unveil Real-Time High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry Update!
According to a recent update by NIJ, existing testing methods fall short of accurately quantifying THC levels in samples. However, the researchers supported by NIJ have made a breakthrough by utilizing two distinct forms of mass spectrometry—gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) and direct analysis in real time-high-resolution mass spectrometry (DART-HRMS)—to isolate THC content, along with other cannabinoids.
En esta entrevista exclusiva con ElPlanteo.com, Mike Tyson cuenta la historia de cómo volvió a fumar marihuana gracias a 2Pac, el famoso rapero.
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As Idaho becomes increasingly surrounded by states with some type of cannabis reform, one lawmaker is proposing the state move in the opposite direction to further penalize cannabis possession.
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A cannabis company in Jamaica has shipped THC pharmaceuticals to the U.S. for analytic testing, marking the first legal cannabis export from the Caribbean island nation to the United States.
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“You’re going to see, when all this stuff settles, that we have lived up to the promise that we said we were going to do at the very beginning.” By Ben Botkin, Oregon Capital Chronicle Democratic lawmakers said Wednesday they have reached a tentative deal to create a new type of misdemeanor that would give […]
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Virginia Compromise Bill To Legalize Retail Marijuana Sales Clears Senate Panel, One Day After Advancing In House
A day after a Virginia House panel approved a new compromise bill to legalize retail marijuana sales, a Senate committee has also advanced the deal. Supporters hope both chambers can now pass identical legislation and send the consensus proposal to Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R), though he’s indicated he has no interest in signing either of […]
Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary ‘Excited’ To Regulate Marijuana Under Governor’s Plan, Saying State Is ‘Really Good At Growing Things’
The secretary of Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture says he’s “excited” about the possibility of his agency overseeing an adult-use marijuana market, as the governor has proposed. And he said the state is uniquely positioned to leverage the reform, in part because farmers there are “really good at growing things.” At a hearing before the House […]
Maine Bill To Address Illicit Marijuana Operations Is ‘Racist’ And ‘Unconstitutional,’ Advocates Say
“LD 2204 is unwise, unconstitutional, and unnecessary to enforce existing laws.” By AnnMarie Hilton, Maine Morning Star A bill heard by the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee on Wednesday hopes to address large-scale, illegal cannabis operations that have been found in homes across Maine, but legal experts say there are already laws to do […]
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Congresswoman Says Marijuana Rescheduling Could Set Full Federal Legalization Back ‘Another 50 Years’
Rescheduling marijuana could set the country back “another 50 years” on the path to federal legalization, a Democratic lawmaker who leads the Congressional Cannabis Caucus says. At a National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) summit in Sacramento on Thursday, Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) told Marijuana Moment that she’s “opposed” to moving marijuana from Schedule I to […]
The governor of New Mexico “endorses” a newly enacted resolution requesting that state officials research the therapeutic potential of psilocybin and explore the creation of a regulatory framework to provide access to the psychedelic, a spokesperson for her office tells Marijuana Moment. One week after the Senate unanimously passed the measure from Senate Minority Whip […]
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Germany’s parliament has officially approved a bill to legalize marijuana nationwide. Two days after the cannabis legislation was considered by eight committees of the Bundestag, the full body voted 407-226 on final passage on Friday. The bill—which will make possession and home cultivation legal and authorize social clubs that can distribute marijuana to members—now heads […]
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After a negotiations by stakeholders early Thursday morning, a Virginia House panel approved a revised, “compromise” version of legislation to…
Cannabis-related measures continue to be proposed at both the state and federal level. Few of them focus specifically on CBD, however, which remains in a gray area loosely delineated by the 2018 Farm Bill and subsequent clarifications from the FDA, DEA, and USDA.
The Good ‘Dirty Little Secret’ about Weed – Cannabis Helps People with ADD and ADHD Focus and Get Work Done
You may remember that Justin Timberlake once said, “Some people are just better on weed”. Well, if he was referring to people with ADHD or ADD, he may be right. While many studies on marijuana for ADD or ADHD show great results to help people with “scatter” brain start to focus, UFC Sean O’Malley is the latest person to preach the plants’ benefits for focus.
The Ohio Cannabis Industry is a Dumpster Fire – If You Don’t Like What the Voters Approved, Just Do What You Want, Instead?
The prolonged legislative impasse surrounding Ohio’s marijuana legalization has elicited frustration and discontent among the public and various stakeholders. The delays in enacting the law that the electorate passed in November 2023 are causing citizens who supported legalizing to become more and more irate. A lot of people voice their worries about the legislative process’s sluggish pace and seeming disrespect for democracy.