Turning Pot into Medicine 

Marijuana strains that provide medicinal relief without getting you stoned are rising in popularity, thanks to the groundbreaking work of cannabis testing labs.

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Steep Hill is optimistic, however. The lab has nine QuantaCann machine at dispensaries in California, Michigan, Washington, and Colorado, with many more coming online. The weed samples never cross state lines, only the data.

Just over the horizon, data mining is coming to cannabis.

Editor's Note: The original version of this story incorrectly stated that the first tincture Jason David gave his son Jayden was lower in CBD potency than the second one he gave him. We meant to say it was higher in CBD. This version has been updated to reflect the change.

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