People consuming THC could be safe to drive in a matter of hours according to new research which will boost calls for reform to drug-driving laws in Australia.

An analysis of 80 scientific studies by the Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics identified a ‘window of impairment’ of between three and 10 hours caused by moderate to high doses of THC.

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Prior to launching Cannabiz, Martin was co-founder and CEO of Asia-Pac’s leading B2B media and marketing information brand Mumbrella, overseeing its sale to Diversified Communications in 2017. A journalist...

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2 Comments

  1. How is that going to be policed? This is not the same as alcohol where a specific concentration is used to differentiate impaired driving from unimpaired driving. Without some discriminating criteria I can’t see the police or politicians changing the law!

    1. Just mandate that if a person tests positive for THC, that they do various tests (walking a straight line, balance and so on). I mean really? Is it so hard to come up with a solution? This is 2021 not 1959.