Mets Owner Steve Cohen Donates $5 Million In Support Of Psychedelics Research

The news that Mets owner Steve Cohen recently donated $5 million in support of psychedelics research is a major milestone for the field of data analytics and data science. By investing in research into psychedelics, Cohen is helping to advance the understanding of how these substances can be used to treat mental health issues and … Read more

Kentucky To Allocate $42 Million For Psychedelic Research

In recent news, the state of Kentucky has announced that it will be allocating $42 million to psychedelic research. This move marks a major shift in the way governments are approaching the potential therapeutic benefits of psychedelics, which have long been stigmatized and criminalized. The move is being seen as a major victory for the … Read more

Investigating the risks and risks of using CBD Oil for Arthritis.

CBD oil is a form of cannabis sativa plant that has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its potential therapeutic benefits. It is most commonly used to treat a variety of disorders, and it is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties. As more research is done and the potential benefits of CBD oil are … Read more

Finding Rare Cannabinoids in Non-Cannabis Plants

Special glands protruding from cannabis flowers express a series of unique molecules. Cannabinoids, as they are known, exist in cannabis.  But it turns out that identical molecules are present in non-cannabis plants, as well.  Researchers from Israel’s Weizmann Institute recently reported that they found cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) and other rare cannabinoids in Helichrysum umbraculigerum, a … Read more

Psychedelic Research Potpourri

Recently I was chatting with a friend who is casually interested in psychedelic science. He told me he hadn’t read as much coverage of psychedelics in popular magazines and other mainstream outlets lately, and asked whether research has slowed. My response? Not at all. According to Pubmed, the online repository of the National Library of … Read more

New Research: Cannabis Effective in Managing Myofascial Pelvic Pain

If you suffer from myofascial pelvic pain, there is good news on the horizon. Recent research is showing that cannabis may be a viable treatment option for managing this condition. Myofascial pelvic pain is a chronic condition that affects the muscles and connective tissues of the pelvic region, resulting in pain and discomfort. It can … Read more

Can CBD Help With Performance Anxiety? A Look at the Research

Performance anxiety is a common problem that can affect athletes, musicians, and other performers. It can lead to feelings of distress, fear, and nervousness that can interfere with an individual’s ability to perform. Fortunately, research suggests that CBD may be able to help. CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound found in the cannabis plant and … Read more

Understanding the Benefits of CBD Oil for Insomnia says the author.

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a natural product that comes from the cannabis plant and is becoming increasingly popular as a sleep aid. It is said to work by assisting the body in de-stressing and reducing anxiety, as well as encouraging better sleep. Although research is still underway to determine the precise mechanism of action, there … Read more

The Plant, the Whole Plant & Nothing But the Plant

It has long been known that resinous cannabis flower tops are infused with robust therapeutic properties. But there are also pharmacologically active components in other parts of the plant that shouldn’t be ignored when assessing the health benefits of cannabis. The earliest reference to the therapeutic use of cannabis dates back to 2700 BC in ancient China, … Read more

Missouri House Approves Psilocybin Research Bill

On May 13, 2021, the Missouri House of Representatives approved a bill that would allow the state to conduct research into the therapeutic potential of psilocybin, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms.” The bill, HB 577, was passed by a vote of 117-41 and now moves to the Senate for consideration. The bill would allow … Read more