Category: Study

TOP CANNABIS STUDIES TO SHARE WITH SKEPTICS

Despite increased acceptance from the medical community (former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Eldersclaims “the unjust prohibition of marijuana has done more damage to public health than has marijuana itself”), cannabis still carries a social stigma that has been surprisingly hard to shake. Below, CannaMD takes a look at the top research studies that have swayed some of marijuana’s

Long-term use of cannabis or medication derived from the drug impairs memory, conclude researchers

Trials on mice showed those exposed to cannabinoids had memory impairments Brain scans by British and Portuguese researchers then confirmed the finding The new experiment shines a light on the little-known dangers of cannabinoids Smoking cannabis or taking medication based on the drug can harm the brain and damage memory, research has found. Trials on

700 MEDICINAL USES OF CANNABIS SORTED BY DISEASE

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Scientist Reveal What Cannabis Does to Your Bones…

A study was published by The Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, conducted by researchers from Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University. This study showed that a chemical in marijuana, known as cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), strengthens bones and accelerates the healing of fractures, without causing any psychotropic effects. The researcher Yankel Gabet explained:   “We found

60 Peer-Reviewed Studies on Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana studies are categorized as Pro, Con, or Not Clearly Pro or Con in relation to the specific purpose being investigated in the study. For example, a study showing a benefit of using marijuana to treat Multiple Sclerosis would be categorized as Pro. If the results were mixed, the study would be listed as Not Clearly Pro or Con. A

Cannabis as a preventative: Studies show it helps guard against cancer, neurodegenerative disease, Alzheimer’s, arthritis

While it seems like there’s no end to the debate about the legalized use of cannabis, even health experts can no longer deny that marijuana lets individuals enjoy certain medical benefits. Several studies have proven that cannabis is a preventative medicine that can reduce the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s, arthritis, cancer, and certain neurodegenerative diseases. There are