Investigators concluded, “In this nationally representative sample, current marijuana use is inversely associated with steatosis.”
The study’s authors determined, “Most participants across all formulations experienced a clinically important improvement in their sleep quality.”
“Patients using medical cannabis reported an average 75 percent tic reduction compared with baseline,” investigators determined.
“Medical cannabis improves motor and nonmotor symptoms in patients with PD and may allow for reduction of concomitant opioid medication use,” authors concluded.
Most physicians say that they lacked sufficient training about the use of CBD, and most oppose the notion of recommending CBD products to their patients.