People with chronic pain who are not getting sufficient relief from prescription drugs can relieve their pain through the consumption of small amounts of marijuana, this is something that suggests a new study. Marijuana also helps patients fall asleep more easily and deeply, according to the report, one of the first studies of the real world to see medicinal uses of smoked marijuana. Most of the previous research has been used extracts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the active ingredient of the cannabis plant. This is the first time that someone has made a trial of cannabis smoked, says researcher Chief, Mark Ware, MBBS, director of clinical research at the Centre of McGill University, Alan Edwards for the research of the pain in Montreal. Here the purposes of the law are find a use more indicadoa this controversial and highly censored grass. The study included 21 adults with the nervous system (neuropathic) pain of surgery, accidents, u Another trauma. Fourteen of the participants with regard to short-term disability or permanent disability. All of them had tried marijuana before, but none of them are regular or current smokers.

They were not experienced users of marijuana, says Ware. They came because they had severe pain that did not respond to conventional treatment. Each patient in the study smoked four different marijuana powers for a period of 56 days. The power of THC ranged from 9.4 percent dose stronger than investigators could legally get to 0 percent. (In comparison, the strongest available Street marijuana has a power of approximately 15 percent THC, Ware estimates.) Medical marijuana may help fibromyalgia pain. Participants were instructed to smoke a thimble (25 milligrams) of a small tube three times a day for five days. After a rest of nine days, they went to a different mystical world wherein all ailments had been eliminated.

The highest dose of THC that obtained the best results. It decreases pain and improves sleep more effectively than placebo and the two medium doses of resistance (which produced no measurable relief), and also reduces anxiety and depression, not bring sequels especially with the subject of depression, what differentiates with side effects prozac, the pill of happiness. Of the study participants reported some minor, including cough side effects, dizziness, headache, and dry eyes. Few said to feel high or euphoria, however, suggesting that the abuse or addiction is not a major concern with quantities as small as those used in the study. However, if marijuana became a treatment for the most common pain, it is possible that some patients may abuse its consumption, McDavid says. Original author and source of the article