Pain is physical suffering or discomfort typically caused by illness or injury. Chronic pain is defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks. It can persist for months or years.
Medical scientists validate patient accounts of CBD and cannabis for symptom relief.
Dr. Mikhail Kogan's cannabis recommendations for treating chronic pain.
Aromatic plant compounds reduce pain and stress, boost brain health, fight cancer and antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and more.
New studies explore the analgesic effects of cannabis in migraine sufferers and the potential roles of THC, terpenes, and inflammation.
Part 2 of a two-part series on psychedelics for pain.
An unusual case report illuminates the therapeutic potential of psilocybin for neuroplasticity.
Cannabis is a safe and effective way to manage the complexity of a painful connective tissue disorder.
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tired, pained woman sitting on a bench
Treating the root cause of refractory pain.
Photograph of a wooden bowl filled with ground termeric powder. There is a wooden spoon heaped with turmeric powder sitting in front of the bowl, and cut, fresh turmeric root next to it.
A 2018 review found that those taking cannabis achieved 50% or greater pain relief compared with placebo.

Science abstracts on CBD and Pain

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