If you have a chronic illness you should smoke marijuana and you will get better – say Canadian scientists.
The Canadian research team has published the results from the effect of medical marijuana on people with serious chronic pains –explains “Science Daily”.
The study discovers that people who have been using cannabis daily over a period of one year did not have any serious side effects comparing with the group which did not use cannabis.
This research may be used as the first serious scientific report about the advantages of continuous using of medical marijuana and its health benefits.
“This is the first and the most important study about the continuous using of medical cannabis by patients with chronic pains” points out the head researcher Mark Ware.
Investigators from McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and McGill University carried out a randomized, controlled trial to determine the analgesic effect of smoked cannabis in 21 patients, aged 18 years or more, all of them with chronic neuropathic pain. THC levels (drug potencies) were divided into 2.5%, 6% and 9.4%. Some participants also received a placebo (0%).
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