First study to track EU cannabis products finds increased price and potency


A new study released on Dec. 28th in the journal Addiction,by researchers from the University of Bath and King’s College London, has tracked the changes to both resin and herbal cannabis in the EU market for the first time.  The study used data collected by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction which included 28 EU member states, Norway and Turkey. Some of the key findings of the study were that resin potency increased from 8.14 percent THC in 2006 to 17.22 percent in 2016.  The study concluded that this increase was due to the use of new resin…
Source: 4:20intel.com
First study to track EU cannabis products finds increased price and potency