NEW Study: Smoked Cannabis Reduces Some Symptoms Of Multiple Sclerosis

from Nano Patents and Innovations

 Tuesday, May 15, 2012
A clinical study of 30 adult patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) at the University of California, San Diego Schoolof Medicine has shown that smoked cannabis may be an effective treatment for spasticity – a common and disabling symptom of this neurological disease.The placebo-controlled trial also resulted in reduced perception of pain, although participants also reported short-term, adverse cognitive effects and increased fatigue. The study will be published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal on May 14. . . . Read Complete Report

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