Scientists Gave Fish Marijuana to See if It Would Make Them Relax

"It didn’t. But it would’ve been a lot cooler if it did."

EXCERPT: You’ve probably heard of edibles—tasty treats fortified with marijuana oil for medicinal or recreational use in humans. But what if there was an edible designed for animals? According to a paper published last month, scientists in Lebanon fed Nile tilapia fish pellets laced with cannabis oil to test whether the drugs could make the fish chill the heck out and maybe even grow faster. But what does a tilapia have to be stressed about? It’s not like it has a mortgage, deadlines, or a Twitter feed full of Trump news. But life can be tough for a fish in a barrel...

Were these "stone" fish?

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