Peer-reviewed US survey finds that people who use marijuana for pain and sleep found the drug helped.
A new meta-analysis study suggests that cannabinoids mitigate pain among patients with pain-related clinical conditions. In fact, cannabinoid administration was associated with greater pain reduction than placebo administration.
At this stage, scientific research on cannabis as a treatment for anxiety is pretty inconclusive and limited due to decades-old restrictions on medical marijuana research. But for some, more research isn’t necessary. They consider a plant, and especially this plant, inherently superior as medicine to a pill.
Could cannabis be an alternative and safer treatment option than opioids for former athletes who have post-concussion syndrome? This study aims to find out.
Studies from as far back as 1972 consistently demonstrate the potential of cannabis to improve sleep. New research focused specifically on CBD is exhibiting the same positive results. Using CBD for sleep is shaping up to be a promising alternative to existing medications.