American Medical Association Study Finds Marijuana Provides Significant and Sustained Health Benefits
The American Medical Association recently published a study finding that marijuana provides significant and sustained health benefits for patients suffering from a variety of illnesses. This study is a watershed moment for the medical marijuana industry, as medical organizations have traditionally been reluctant to endorse the drug.
The study looked at over 13,000 patients who were prescribed medical marijuana and found that the drug provided relief for a variety of symptoms, including pain, nausea, anxiety, and depression. Additionally, the study found that patients who used marijuana over a longer period of time saw sustained health benefits, further supporting the drug’s effectiveness.
Breaking Down the Study
The study was conducted over a five-year period and included patients with a wide range of illnesses, including cancer, multiple sclerosis, and Crohn’s disease. The patients were prescribed varying doses and forms of marijuana, including smoking, edibles, and oils.
The study found that patients who used marijuana experienced significant reductions in pain and improvements in overall quality of life. Additionally, marijuana was found to be an effective treatment for symptoms such as nausea, anxiety, and depression, which are common for patients undergoing treatment for serious illnesses.
What This Means for Medical Marijuana
This study is a major step forward for the medical marijuana industry, as it provides important validation for the drug’s effectiveness. The American Medical Association has traditionally been hesitant to endorse marijuana for medical use, so this study represents a significant shift in attitude.
It’s important to note that even with this study, marijuana remains a controversial topic in the medical community. However, the findings are a strong argument in favor of further research into the drug’s potential as a treatment for a range of illnesses.
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The recent American Medical Association study provided over 13,000 patients with medical cannabis which showed significant health benefits in patients experiencing a variety of symptoms such as pain, nausea, anxiety, and depression. The study also found that patients using marijuana in the long term experienced sustained health benefits, confirming its effectiveness as an effective treatment. This landmark study is a significant step for the medical marijuana industry, supporting its legitimacy as a treatment option for serious illnesses. #HEALTH