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.
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A veterinarian’s advice on how to use cannabis to treat pain and inflammation in your four-legged companion.
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There are curious cases of people who feel no pain or have extreme resistance to discomfort.
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Legalization has led to lower rates of cannabis use among teens, while middle-aged and elderly adults are adopting extracts for the aches of aging.
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Ibuprofen distinguishes itself from other NSAIDs because it is also a FAAH inhibitor, it slows the breakdown of anandamide and related molecules.
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Unfortunately, more women used alcohol than cannabis to manage symptoms
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Suffering from inflammation? Consider cannabis.
The National Council for Aging Care gives cannabis a clean bill of health.
The story of one woman’s struggle against a rare, devastating illness made worse by cannabis prohibition.
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The University of Michigan is enrolling patients in two studies on cannabis and chronic pain
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The resinous flower tops aren't the only part of the cannabis plant imbued with therapeutic promise.

Science abstracts on CBD and Pain

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