Medical cannabis was associated with improvements in activites such as shopping, preparing food, housekeeping and managing medications.
Joe* shares how medical cannabis has been 'life-changing' for managing symptoms of vestibular migraine.
Pain is the most common indication to be studied in cannabinoid clinical trials since 2010, says an upcoming report.
New research finds cannabis can help relieve pain, reduce the use of other pharmaceuticals and improve sleep in cancer patients.
A new study will be presented at the annual meeting of the British Pain Society in Glasgow.
New studies explore cannabis for sleep, muscle recovery, CUD, MS and IBD.
The studies have been selected for presentation at the IACM Conference on Cannabinoids in Medicine, Basel 2022.
Cannabis was safe, well-tolerated, and associated with meaningful reductions in pain.
Arthritis patients reported significant improvements in symptoms after using CBD.
77% of patients reported positive effects to researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.