Study: Consuming CBD-Rich Cannabis Has 'No Significant Impact' On Driving Say Forensic Researchers

A new study found “no significant impact” on driving ability after smoking CBD-rich marijuana and no effects on vital signs, even though all study participants had exceeded the legal limit for THC in their blood, first reported Marijuana Moment.
In Switzerland, 33 participants were each given a joint containing tobacco and either CBD-rich marijuana or a placebo. Researchers then conducted multiple common DUI tests.

According to the researchers from the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the University of Bern, the purpose of the study was “to inform recommendations for warnings on tobacco substitute products containing …

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