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This Cannabis Patch Is Changing Lives When It Comes To Pain Relief

Wednesday 15 March 2017

 

From US website Green Rush Daily:

 

Cannabis pain patch
 

THIS CANNABIS PATCH IS CHANGING LIVES WHEN IT COMES TO PAIN RELIEF

By Drew Jameson
March 9, 2017
© 2017 GREEN RUSH DAILY

In the arena of cannabis innovation, a small company called Cannabis Science has just moved into the limelight. The company, based in Europe, just released a product that’s the culmination of years of research. That product is a cannabis patch which slowly releases medical marijuana into the wearer’s bloodstream. The cannabis patch, Cannabis Science claims, is designed for people who suffer from nerve pain. Importantly, Cannabis Science isn’t the first company to utilize transdermal technologies to administer medical cannabis. However, they are the first company to develop unique formulas of cannabinoids for two particular types of nerve pain: fibromyalgia and diabetic neuropathy. Furthermore, successful initial trials show that cannabis patches are changing the game when it comes to pain relief.

 

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