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‘Something wasn’t clicking’: WSU study shows offspring of pregnant rats exposed to THC have impaired development

‘Something wasn’t clicking’: WSU study shows offspring of pregnant rats exposed to THC have impaired development

November 20, 2018 |

At Washington State University, researchers placed pregnant rats in a small transparent chamber, and 60 times a day, for 2 minutes at a time, the moms-to-be got hit with a blast of vaporized cannabis extract.

Photographs show the white haze, sometimes shooting right at the nostrils of the curious animals, sometimes engulfing their tiny heads. The female rats began getting stoned during the week of their mating period, and then for the 21 days of gestation.

‘Something wasn’t clicking’: WSU study shows offspring of pregnant rats exposed to THC have impaired development






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