New Study Finds Cannabis Provides Relief From All Symptoms of Cancer

A new study published in the annual journal Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine hacannabisandcancers found that cannabis consumption leads to a “significant improvement” in “all cancer or anti-cancer treatment-related symptoms”.

According to researchers, “Cancer patients using cannabis report better influence from the plant extract than from synthetic products. However, almost all the research conducted to date has been performed with synthetic products”.

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Cannabis May Protect From Side Effects of Cancer Drugs, According to Study

A new study published in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology has found that cannabidiol – a compound of cannabis – may protect1111 the heart from the dangerous side effects associated with the popular cancer drug doxorubicin.

For the study, the “potential protective effect of cannabidiol, the major non-psychotropic Cannabis constituent, was investigated against doxorubicin cardiotoxicity in rats.”

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New Study Indicates Cannabis May Reduce Aggression, Improve Social Interactions

A new study published by the journal Neuropharmacology has found that cannabinoids may reduce aggression, and improve social interactions.Marijuana_Plants-3

For the study, researchers “examined the role of cannabinoid CB1 receptors (CB1r) in aggressive behavior”, and found that a compound meant to mimic THC (a prime compound of cannabis) “significantly decreased the aggression levels” of the mice that it was administered to. The researchers also examined mice which were bred without CB1 receptors, and found them to be more inherently aggressive than normal mice.

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