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Latest Ailment Research
Cannabinoids May Combine To Effectively Treat Leukemia
A research team from the University of London concluded that cannabinoids have the potential to interfere with the development of leukemia cells.
Study: Cannabinoids vs. Chronic Neuropathic Pain
A systematic review published in the Journal of Oral & Facial Pain and Headache found cannabis to be effective in managing chronic neuropathic pain.
Reducing Beta-Amyloid Buildup With Medical Marijuana
A study conducted by the Roskamp Institute shows that cannabis can reduce Beta-Amyloid build up in the brain, a potential cause of Alzheimer’s.
Study: Cannabinoid Therapies for Osteoarthritis Pain
A study published in PloS ONE found that cannabinoid stimulation may help treat pain associated with osteoarthritis.
Treat Brain Cancer Symptoms With Medical Marijuana, CBD
Study: Cannabidiol (CBD) Found In The Cannabis Plant May Treat Brain Cancer Symptoms In Medical Marijuana Patients
Studies Show Cannabis Effective Against Cerebral Palsy
Cannabis has shown medical efficacy for symptoms and anecdotal evidence provides additional support for its use as a treatment for Cerebral Palsy.
Small Doses Of Cannabis Can Improve Patient Functioning
A British study determined cannabis may improve patient functioning in people with psychosis however large doses can increase anxiety and depression.
Teen Treats Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia With Cannabis
A 14-year-old patient from Canada turned to medical marijuana when traditional methods were unsuccessful in treating the leukemia.
Anandamide May Help Treat Stress-Induced Anxiety
Considering that CBD can inhibit the degradation of anandamide and THC can mimic its effects, it is possible cannabis-based therapies may work.