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Cannabis may help clean up PFAS contamination

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Sometimes the solutions to big problems come from unexpected places. take recent news That cannabis may help contaminate PFAS, a growing problem in Maine and the nation.

Researchers at Micmac Nation, Upland Grassroots and other institutions found that cannabis, or cannabis, grown in soil contaminated with a type of polyfluoroalkylamine, or PFAS, helped pull the chemical out of the soil.

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