What were the most significant recent studies on medicinal cannabis, and what did they find….?

Here’s a look back at 10 significant studies from the last year’s publications…

Read the article for recaps of – and links to articles about – these studies (most of which we featured at the time), including….

1. Studies Show States With Medical Marijuana See Dramatic Decline in Opioid-Related Deaths

2. Study: National Medical Marijuana Could Save Thousands of Lives Annually

3. Senior Citizens Embrace Medicinal Cannabis: Use up 250%

4. New Study: Δ9-THCA Has Potent Neuroprotective Properties

[Note: Non-psychoactive THC-A is boding to be the breakout new medicinal cannabinoid star, along with the more familiar THC and CBD. We’ve posted on it more than once in recent weeks.]

5. Study Finds Marijuana Consumption Can Minimize Risk of Stroke

6. Study Says Cannabis Helps HIV Patients Maintain Cognitive Function

7. THC and Migraines: Study Indicates Tetrahydrocannabinol Can Help

8. Review of CBD Studies Indicates Cannabinoid’s Antipsychotic Effects

9. Study: Cannabinoid Spray Helps Calm Spasticity in Spinal Cord Injuries

10. Cannabinoids Found to Increase Anticancer Effect of Chemotherapy

These are exciting times in botanical medicine – for the open-minded at least…..

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See full article – The 10 Significant Marijuana Studies of 2017