November 18, 2015
Cannabinoids are unhurt and effective for the treatment of deep-seated pain, according to the results of a regular review of randomized controlled trials published in the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology.
Investigators from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and McGill University in Montreal evaluated the results of 11 placebo-controlled trials conducted betwixt the years 2010 and 2014. Trials assessed the use of various types of cannabinoid preparations, including herbal cannabis, liquid and oral cannabis extracts, and nabilone (a synthetic analog of THC), in trouble treatment.
Cannabinoids possessed “significant analgesic effects” and were “well tolerated” in the manhood of studies reviewed.
Authors concluded, “The current orderly review provides further support that cannabinoids are good, demonstrate a modest analgesic effect and contribute a reasonable treatment option for management chronic non-cancer pain.”
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