A study published last year by the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgey and Psychiatry, as well as the National Institute of Health, found that cannabis can treat the primary symptom of multiple sclerosis, muscle stiffness. The study followed the gold standard of scientific research, being double-blind, placebo-controlled and used human subjects. According to the study’s official …
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