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A joint venture between 20 researchers across 13 institutions in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom has found that marijuana use did not affect the volumes of gray matter in the participants brains. 

The study used MRI screenings to inspect seven parts of the brain, (the thalamus, putamen, caudate nucleus, pallidum, amygdala, hippocampus, and nucleus accumbens) to map out the effect of frequent marijuana use in the 1,096 middle-aged men and young adults. The findings, which have been consistent with many other studies, showed that “standard variation in marijuana use is statistically associated with brain morphology as measured by subcortical volumes in non-clinical samples.” 

The study will be published in the scientific journal Addiction soon. 

Source: https://cbdoileco.com/marijuana-no-harmful-effects/


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