Medical cannabis was associated with improvements in activites such as shopping, preparing food, housekeeping and managing medications.
Women and adults over 50 are now the fastest growing group of cannabis consumers.
For the first time researchers have explored the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids in critically ill patients.
Researchers say the treatment also has significantly fewer side-effects than conventional medicines.
Patients with chronic health issues showed significant improvements in the first three months of treatment with cannabis.
A new review has identified ‘multiple lines of evidence’ to support the use of cannabis-based medicines in Long Covid.
The findings of the review will inform a future RCT looking at the tolerability of cannabinoids in children with cancer.
Patients say medical cannabis reduces their symptoms, increases energy levels and improves job performance.
It is hoped the findings will lead to a UK-wide study of cannabinoids in endometriosis-associated pain.
Five years since the law change why are parents still forced to break the law to access medicinal cannabis for their children?