Study: U.S. Veterans Reported “Positive Outcomes for Pain, Sleep, and Emotional Problems Because of Cannabis”


Resident Canadian
Dec 1, 2020
Canada's Ocean Playground

With that in mind, the study aimed “to understand the characteristics of older Veterans who enrolled in the Medical Cannabis Patient Program in Illinois and analyze their health outcomes and co-use of cannabis and opioids using longitudinal survey data.”

Gomez Adams

Grammar Fascist
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Dec 1, 2020
Suwanee, Georgia
This is huge:

The study found that about 20.4% of those who indicated marijuana use only in the initial survey started to co-use opioids in the follow-up survey, “while 44.1% of those who indicated the use of both substances in the initial survey reported no longer using opioids in the follow-up survey.”​
This is why big pharma is fighting so hard to keep marijuana illegal.
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