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The Arthritis Society announces the winner of its latest research grant for medical cannabis and how it benefits arthritis. McGill University’s Dr. Mark Ware will lead a trial examining the use of oral cannabinoids for fibromyalgia.
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Researchers are now pushing the benefits of medical marijuana as the leading treatment for fibromyalgia relief. Fibromyalgia is the chronic pain and sleep disturbances can now be helped by using medical marijuana. Patients have been struggling to find a cure or at least a pain relief. Most pharmaceutical prescriptions have bad side effects or negative
A sign that even the most conservative of companies, Walgreens, is changing their opinion about medical marijuana. Walgreens recently shared the health benefits medical marijuana brings on its fitness and wellness blog, titled “Clarifying Clinical Cannabis.” The article tackled the therapeutic claims of marijuana, its side effects and its legitimacy as written by the company’s
The survey, conducted online, asked more than 1,300 patients with the chronic pain disorder to rate the effectiveness of treatments that they’ve tried. Medical marijuana was compared with the only three drugs approved by the FDA for fibromyalgia: Savella, Lyrica and Cymbalta. Just 8% of patients that tried Cymbalta and 10% that tried Lyrica or Savella
Marijuana Offers Chronic Pain Sufferers Relief Specialized anesthesiologists have traditionally cared for patients with chronic pain. The term for these doctors eventually became pain specialists. Their solution for treating patients is typically steroids and incredibly strong opiates. Since medical marijuana has become available, chronic pain sufferers have more options from which to seek solace. More patients are