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A new study presented this week found that cannabis may be an effective treatment for headache management. 

The study, which was presented at the 2018 World Congress on Pain, included 3500 patients in a university-based tertiary headache clinic. Using a patient intake questionnaire, researchers evaluated the perceived effects of marijuana for headache pain management.  

The results showed that 90.3% of marijuana users found it helpful for managing migraines, with only 7.7% experiencing any adverse events. AS well, 54% of patients reported trying marijuana for daily headache prevention, with 47.7% of them currently using cannabis for it. 

Source: https://www.clinicalpainadvisor.com/iasp-2018/cannabis-effective-treatment-for-migraineurs/article/794868/

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