Pain

Pain

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.
In early 2019 Project CBD began collecting responses to a survey designed to figure out who is using CBD, how and why, what kinds of products they are consuming, and whether or not CBD is working for them.
How one elite athlete stays on top of her game with CBD and medical cannabis.
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People with pancreatitis who had cannabinoids in their bloodstream were 3-4x less likely to die in the hospital
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An Israeli observational study of 367 people using cannabis for fibromyalgia shows promising results.
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Dr. Donald Abrams laid out the potential of cannabis in cancer care in a recent piece titled "Should Oncologists recommend cannabis?"
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Opioids leave much to be desired in medical treatment. They are highly addictive, very lethal, and not all that effective for treating chronic pain.
The elderly are the fastest growing population of cannabis users. But how do hospice workers feel about their patients using cannabis?
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Mexican and Texan scientists describe the modern approach to pain treatment and propose a future role of cannabinoids, GPR18, and GPR55 in preventing pain
Many prohibitionist arguments are being flipped on their heads.
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The placebo effect accounts for roughly half of the efficacy of opioids and antidepressants.

Science abstracts on CBD and Pain

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