Last August a study came out that claimed those who use marijuana are facing a higher risk of dying from hypertension.

Researchers have looked at over a dozen studies to determine that there is no conclusive evidence of how cannabis impacts cardiovascular health.

Researchers in California, New York, as well as Pennsylvania have looked at dozens of studies on the drug and the heart.

What they found was that all of these past studies had issues. While some studies were too short, others were too small, and some didn’t study the right groups.

So in the end, the researchers had this to say, “Evidence examining the effect of marijuana on cardiovascular risk factors and outcomes … is insufficient.”

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