SURVEY OF MEDICINAL CANNABIS USE AMONG CHILDBEARING WOMEN: PATTERNS OF ITS USE IN PREGNANCY AND RETROSPECTIVE SELF-ASSESSMENT OF ITS EFFICACY AGAINST ‘MORNING SICKNESS’.
Rachel E. Westfall, Patricia A. Janssen, Philippe Lucas, Rielle Capler
Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, Volume 12, Issue 1, February 2006, Pages 27-33
The aim of this survey-based study was to assess the effects of medicinal cannabis on severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. The results based on interviews with 84 female patients show that medicinal cannabis can help treat the condition however the study also supports the need for further investigations.
Pre-clinical studies documenting the anti-cancer effects of THC and its success in inhibiting cancer growth and spread have been on the rise. Clinical studies however are scarce as the psychoactive effects of THC can limit its medicinal and clinical use. Could non-psychoactive cannabinoids found in cannabis and hemp be the answer to treating cancer instead?
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