Cannabis interferes with the learning process and memory in adolescent regular users
One month of abstinence of cannabis improves learning and memory - health short science news

Adolescents and young adults who stopped taking cannabis for one month show improved learning ability and memory, a new study shows. This is especially good news for adolescents that are regular users, as their brains go through a critical period of maturation, and are extremely sensitive to cannabis. There was no improvement in attention after the one-month period of abstinence. Thus, abstaining from cannabis helps young people learn, while continuing cannabis was found to interfere with learning and memory.

Read the full story: Massachusetts General Hospital
Scientific publication: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry