Sunday, August 06, 2017
42% of CBD users stopped using traditional drugs
Forty-two percent (42%) of people surveyed using cannabidiol (CBD) products had stopped taking traditional drugs such as Tylenol or Vicodin for pain relief and had switched to using cannabis instead according to a survey of 2400 people.
The most common medical conditions that users were taking CBD products for were:
- joint pain
Eighty percent (80%) of CBD users found these products to be very or extremely effective treatment.
“When given the option to specify ‘other’ conditions treated with cannabis, the most common responses among CBD users were: menstrual cramps, skin concerns, diabetes, ADHD, and stomach issues (IBS, loss of appetite, etc.),” the report notes.Read the entire article | Email this article
66% of users report CBD more effective than over-the-counter drugs
52% of users report CBD more effective than prescription drugs
Monday, September 12, 2016
Daily marijuana users weigh roughly 6 lbs than non-users
“[D]aily female marijuana users have a BMI that is approximately 3.1% lower than that of non-users, whereas daily male users have a BMI that is approximately 2.7% lower than that of non-users,” according to a new study.
This would equate to roughly a difference of 6 lbs for both men and women.Read the entire article | Email this article
Friday, November 01, 2013
Pot smokers weigh 11-14 lbs less
Pot smokers fasting insulin levels 26% lower than non-pot-smokers
Pot smokers fasting insulin levels were found to be 26% lower than non-pot-smokers (7.5 uU/mL vs 10.1 uU/mL) according to a study by researchers from Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA and the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska, USA.Read the entire article | Email this article
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