Campaigners have shared advice for patients concerned about driving with a medical cannabis prescription
Even the highest medicinal dose did not affect driving ability or cause impairment
Campaigners have raised serious concerns over the UK’s approach to drug testing.
The findings could have significant implications for road and workplace testing.
Participants showed no signs of impairment when it came to driving but they did test positive for trace levels of THC
Researchers have found that THC in blood and saliva are poor measures of cannabis impairment.
Campaign group, Seed Our Future, is calling for urgent reforms to protect patients from criminalisation on the road
A new report highlights the myriad of issues facing medical cannabis users on the road.
Cannabis legalisation sparked fears that it would increase driving-related emergency rooms admission
A new study has revealed that daily cannabis consumers displayed insignificant changes in driving performance when compared to non-users following inhalation. The researchers, who are affiliated...