Barriers to Studying Cannabis: A Q&A With Thorsten Rudroff

Article by Kate-Madonna Hindes, The Fresh Toast via Growth Op

Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links World News News Medical Legalization Health Barriers to studying cannabis: A Q&A with Thorsten Rudroff Importantly, researchers need to understand the effects of both THC and CBD. Author of the article:Kate-Madonna Hindes • The Fresh Toast Publishing date:Feb 18, 2021 • 1 hour ago • 2 minute read A marijuana bud is seen under a digital microscope at Alternative Solutions, a DC area medical marijuana producer, April 20, 2016 in Washington, DC. Security cameras and barbed wire suggested this was the right place, an old warehouse on a dead-end street not far from the White House housing one of the few legal marijuana farms in the US capital. Alternative Solutions is one of seven facilities in Washington authorized to grow medical marijuana for nearly 3,700 local patients. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan Smialowski / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Elodie MAZEIN, "'Grown in Washington': the marijuana farms near US power hub" (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images) New research should critically review the literature. Many things are unknown. / PHOTO BY BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES Article content Recently, The Fresh Toast shared an article about Thorsten Rudroff, Ph.D.’s study in partnership with the National Institute of Health and the University of Iowa that focuses on understanding how aging and mobility is linked to medical marijuana.

Already garnering plenty of attention, the study sought participants to discuss if using cannabis could increase the risk of falls or cognitive impairments in aging adults.

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