People with breast cancer may use marijuana, also called cannabis, to manage symptoms and counteract treatment side effects.
Many people experience chronic pain or pain that lasts for an extended period. Experts are constantly researching new methods of pain relief and new medication options. One area of interest is the use of cannabis products as a method of pain relief.
Some small studies and anecdotal sources suggest that autistic people may benefit from the therapeutic effects of cannabis. However, there is currently not enough evidence to support this claim.
Medical cannabis improved pain and other symptoms in patients undergoing cancer treatment, while significantly reducing their use of opioids and other analgesics, according to a new study by Israeli researchers.
The first-ever shipment of Israeli cannabis seeds for export has left for the United States
A couple of recent announcements from the Thai government concerning medical cannabis has put the country back in the spotlight.
A self-employed businessman has explained how legal cannabis prevents his day-to-day life from becoming “chaotic and messy”.
More than 5,000 licences for medicinal cannabis have been handed out by the States of Guernsey in 18 months, new figures have revealed.