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Israeli Study: Marijuana May Help Treat Pain Associated With Fibromyalgia

Saturday 27 July 2019


From Green Entrepeneur:


Man with back pain

Israeli Study: Marijuana May Help Treat Pain Associated With Fibromyalgia

The research offers more evidence that of cannabis' medicinal powers
Guest writer
July 25, 2019
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Cannabis could become a potential treatment for the severe pain suffered by those who have the medical condition fibromyalgia, according to a new study out of Israel. It’s another indication that marijuana is continuing to emerge as a medical treatment for pain.

Medical researchers have not yet found any definitive cause or cure for fibromyalgia. While the study did not find that cannabis is a cure for the condition, it did conclude that the plant might become an option for treating the severe pain caused by the disease.

Patients who participated in the Israeli study for six months reported a lessening of the intensity in the pain related to fibromyalgia.

“Our data indicates that medical cannabis could be a promising therapeutic option for the treatment of fibromyalgia, especially for those who failed on standard pharmacological therapies,” the researchers wrote in the report.


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