Cannabis use for medical purposes has become increasingly common, including as treatment for mental health disorders such as anxiety. Unfortunately, the evidence examining its use in mental health has been slow to evolve, but is emerging.
Medical cannabis, or cannabinoid-based products, continues to grow in popularity globally, driving the evolution of regulatory access frameworks; cancer patients and caregivers often rely on guidance from their physicians regarding cannabinoid-based treatments.
Cannabis related online searches are associated with positive attitudes toward medical cannabis, particularly when information is obtained from dispensaries. Since pain is the main reason for medicinal cannabis use, information from dispensary websites has the potential to shape the attitude of pain patients towards cannabis.
Colorado cannabis shops notched sales of nearly $1.75 billion during 2019, Setting a new annual sales record for the state home to the nation’s longest-established recreational cannabis industry, according to Colorado Department of Revenue data first reported by the Denver Westword.
A JOHNSTONE man was arrested after he was caught growing cannabis to relieve the pain he suffers following a serious injury.
The couple, who now live in Grand Junction, Colorado, originally met through their predilection for cannabis, so it seemed only fitting. Clara met Dusty while she was working at a local bar and he ended up loaning her a spliff, which was when sparks flew for the couple. In June 2017, the pair married at their home ranch and decided to celebrate their wedding doing what they loved – sharing a joint with friends and family.
To present an investigation into the intake of cannabinoids in a population of adolescents and young adults with cancer.
To analyze available data related to the use of cannabinoids in medicine, with a special focus on pain management in cancer. The use of cannabis for medical purposes is growing but there are still numerous questions to be solved: effectiveness, safety, and specific indications.
The illegal cannabis farms discovered and closed down in the Netherlands last year stole a total of around 60 million euros in electricity, according to Netbeheer Nederland.
Cannabis has the potential to modulate some of the most common and debilitating symptoms of cancer and its treatments, including nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, and pain. However, the dearth of scientific evidence for the effectiveness of cannabis in treating these symptoms in patients with cancer poses a challenge to clinicians in discussing this option with their patients.