New Study Outlines ‘Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines’

New Study Outlines ‘Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines’

TG Branfalt

According to a study published by the American Public Health Association, eating cannabis products is better for consumers than smoking and users should avoid strains containing high THC and low CBD content.

The review was conducted using the latest scientific research in an effort to create Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines.

The researchers put forth 10 recommendations in all for lower-risk cannabis use, including urging individuals under 16-years-old to abstain completely from use; avoiding any synthetic cannabinoid products, such as Spice; and avoiding “deep or other risky inhalation practices” and daily use.

New Study Outlines ‘Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines’






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