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A number of 338 patients treated with cannabis at the University Hospital of Pisa, Italy, found an improvement in the intensity of pain, anxiety and depression. For 12 months they received a decoction of dried cannabis flowers that they combined with their pharmacological treatments.
The genetics contained 19% of tetrahydrocannabinol, the active substance in flowers.
Drug levels were recorded for pain, intensity, disability caused by pain, anxiety and depression in 1,3,6 and 12 months.
“Our study suggests that adjunctive therapy with cannabis, a traditional painkiller, can be an effective tool to make treatments for chronic pain more effective.” says the study.
Although for many therapists and doctors, cannabis is already a traditional medicine, recently, interest in researching its function in chronic pain has gained ground. Many of these studies have been successful.
“Chronic pain affects the motor and psychological function. To continue understanding the operation of cannabis, more randomized and controlled trials are required to confirm our conclusions.
The effectiveness of tea is not something new, it is, on the contrary, medical trials to control and measure its effectiveness.
Consult the study: https://bit.ly/2LdOmRR
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