Survey of Cannabis Use
In relation to other medicines, there is very little official research done on Cannabis. This is mainly due to the Federal Government’s classification as a schedule 1 drug. Schedule 1 is only reserved for those drugs that the Federal Government deem to be too dangerous or have no medicinal value or use. Since there is supposedly no value to this drug, there is no funding for research.
With over half of the states now approving some form of either medical or recreational use some private research is being done. Many believe that Cannabis is very effective in treating numerous ailments, some of which are, Cancer, MS, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, Chronic Pain, Anxiety, Depression, and many more.
If you have used Cannabis during the last 90 days for medical or recreational purposes, please take a few minutes to fill out this anonymous survey from Bastyr University. This can be very helpful in their research.
Study: CBD From Marijuana Plus Chemotherapy Tripled Cancer Survival Rates In Mice
Study: CBD From Marijuana Plus Chemotherapy Tripled Cancer Survival Rates In Mice David DiSalvo |Read More
NORML exec: The case for whole-plant cannabis
NORML exec: The case for whole-plant cannabis Paul Armentano | July 22, 2018 Emergency rulesRead More