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Medical Cannabis Use Is Associated With Decreased Opiate Medication Use…

Medical Cannabis Use Is Associated With Decreased Opiate Medication Use…

Recently a small study (published in The Journal of Pain 2016) by researchers at the University of Michigan involved 185 subjects who required chronic pain management. The patients were given an online questionnaire focusing on their use of medicinal cannabis and pain medications.

The results of the 185 subjects surveyed demonstrated that…

  • Medicinal Cannabis use was associated with 64% lower opioid use in patients with chronic pain.
  • Medicinal Cannabis use was associated with better quality of life in patients with chronic pain.
  • Medicinal Cannabis use was associated with fewer medication side effects and medications used.

Comments (2)

  1. Reply Paul Bate

    I would definitely be interested in trying a cannabinoid-based medicine for IBS . . . I’ve been using tricyclic antidepressants to manage IBS for a long time, which are notoriously cardiotoxic (damaging to the heart). The trick would be to find the right balance of CBD/THC so that I don’t get any of the ‘craziness’ from the THC, just a medicinal effect!

    1. Reply Monicka

      Hi Paul our CBD Canna oil is CBD 14 mg/ml – THC 0.5 mg/ml so low in THC and quite high in CBD, so it is the perfect balance for daily therapeutic use.We also have Canna Oil plus 65CBD which has 65%CBD-12%THC.

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