The debate over whether cannabis is good for the brain is nothing new.
The debate has become more heated as the research has shown that cannabis can help treat a wide range of conditions, including chronic pain, epilepsy and anxiety.
There are also some positive effects from cannabis for people with chronic pain and for some conditions such as Crohn’s disease and cancer.
But is cannabis good for kids?
A recent study by researchers at the University of Washington and the University in Washington DC looked at the effects of cannabis on learning in children.
They looked at how children responded to the use of different types of cannabis in a variety of ways, including visual stimulation, listening and writing.
The results showed that kids who had smoked cannabis for 10 minutes in the classroom responded more quickly to the visual stimulation than did those who had been exposed to the same stimuli alone.
The researchers also found that cannabis had no negative effects on learning or memory in children who were younger than six months old.
There is still a lot of research to be done, so we won’t know for sure for sure whether or not cannabis is beneficial for learning until studies are conducted.
However, some studies have shown that a high dose of THC can help some children learn.