Cannabis and human fertility

Use of cannabis may have various effects on human fertility, depending on gender, general health, socioeconomic status and several other factors. Here, we take a look at existing research on cannabis and human fertility, in order to provide readers with an accurate, up-to-date summary of the current state of scientific knowledge.

Cannabis use and male fertility

Various studies into the effect of cannabis use on male fertility have indicated that regular use may reduce spermatogenesis (the production of sperm in the testes) and testosterone levels.


Idea For San Jose Company's Marijuana-Infused Coffee Prompted By Trip To Amsterdam

Marijuana enthusiasts can now drink their bud with breakfast, thanks to a San Jose company.

Jill Amen runs House Of Jane, a premium marijuana-coffee and tea company out of San Jose. She started testing out her ideas in the kitchen after a trip to Amsterdam.

“You will taste a gourmet cup of coffee or tea, organic, fair-trade and locally roasted,” Amen said.

Since launching the product five months ago, the K-cup servings are in high demand.

Workers at the company’s processing centers package up to 1,400 K-cups, and 700 bags of marijuana-infused teas per day.


Science Seeks to Unlock Marijuana’s Secrets

As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world are trying to understand how it works and how it might fight disease.

There’s nothing new about cannabis, of course. It’s been around humankind pretty much forever.

In Siberia charred seeds have been found inside burial mounds dating back to 3000 B.C. The Chinese were using cannabis as a medicine thousands of years ago. Marijuana is deeply American too—as American as George Washington, who grew hemp at Mount Vernon. For most of the country’s history, cannabis was legal, commonly found in tinctures and extracts.


This App Teaches How to Grow Cannabis

The idea of developing an app dedicated to marijuana growing has been thought up by the creators of through that website, many people asked how to get a collection of articles in the form of an eBook, in order to read or consult it when and where they want.


Dutch police destroyed 6,006 marijuana plantations in 2014

Dutch police discovered and dismantled 6,006 marijuana plantations in 2014, slightly up on 2013’s total, website reports on Monday. In total, police seized over 1.6 million plants and nearly 230,000 seedlings plus 2,000 kilos of prepared marijuana – highlighting the scale of domestic production. The biggest rise in seizures was in the Zeeland-West Brabant police district, where the number of plantations was up 27%. There was also an 18% rise in Rotterdam. This year the government is making a major effort to stamp out production and has made it a criminal offence for companies to supply people with lamps, fertilizer and other equipment if they suspect it is being used to grow marijuana. All but around 300 of the plantations were indoors.


Tommy Chong – It all comes down to greed

SensiBilisation proudly presents the third chapter of the series, featuring world-famous comedian, actor, writer, director, musician, and dedicated cannabis spokesperson Tommy Chong!

Sensi Seeds interviewed Tommy Chong during a ‘Weed & Greet’ in the Netherlands, presented by Futurola and RollingStoned. Our talk with Tommy clearly demonstrated that his knowledge  and dedication to the cannabis plant go far beyond the funny side of it alone. All of this and more will be shared with you in the upcoming episodes of SensiBilisation.


Marijuana's magic bean men

The outlaw botanists who designed the marijuana Americans smoke and the money they didn't make doing it

Since almost everyone interviewed for this story is, or has been, a criminal, almost everyone long ago adopted pseudonyms. Some are no longer criminals, so don’t mind their real names being used. Some are no longer criminals, but still prefer to use their pseudonyms.


Sensi Seeds’ ode to cannabis: our raison d’être

In 2015, Sensi Seeds will have existed for 30 years, a milestone the company is extremely proud of. The anniversary is also a great opportunity to take a moment to reflect upon what it is that has driven us all these years; the thing that will always inspire us to do what we do, in the way that we do it. We’re talking about cannabis.

The versatility of cannabis


EU Cannabis: when prohibition does not equal lower consumption

In Europe, the legislation varied from one country to another. And the most stringent laws do not necessarily produce the best effects.

According to the French Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (OFDT), nearly one in two French smoked cannabis. However, France has one of the toughest laws on drug use, even so-called "soft" drugs. In Europe, laws differ. On one hand the countries that decriminalize, are tolerant, do not condemn. And conversely those which are very severe. Scientific studies are struggling to establish links between the laws in force and the actual consumption of drugs. If consumption is sometimes tolerated in different forms, the sale and cultivation of cannabis are of course mostly misdemeanors.

Countries that tolerate


CannaTest: Putting cannabis bought in Berlin, Vienna and Valencia to the test

Cannabis News Network reporters from Berlin, Vienna and Valencia went out on the streets to buy cannabis from street dealers. By doing so, they try to get an idea of the quality by bringing over the samples to a testing facility. in Amsterdam.


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