One in two patients were prescribed medicinal cannabis for chronic pain, with a quarter taking it to treat mental health conditions.
Researchers identified a ‘significant decrease’ in financial interactions between opioid manufacturers and physicians as an effect of medical cannabis legalisation.
Around 60% of patients with Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis said cannabis was beneficial at managing their symptoms.
More than seven million people in the UK are thought to experience prolonged tinnitus.
CBD was effective at reducing stress caused by car travel or being left alone.
Researchers have used these findings to develop the world’s first cannabis flower indexing system.
Machine learning tools could help predict whether cannabis would be beneficial for someone experiencing mental health issues.
We explore the findings from research into cancer and chronic pain to anxiety, PTSD and tooth loss.
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The findings may have broader impact in related imbalances present in autism and schizophrenia.