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A new study from a team at the University of New Mexico went through 13,638 user rated cannabis sessions and their effects from 2,830 patients. The results, published in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology found that patients find relief from a massive amount of symptoms when using medical marijuana. 

“By collecting massive amounts of patient-entered information on actual cannabis used under real-life circumstances we are able to measure why patients consume cannabis, the types of products that patients use, and the immediate and longer-term effects of such use,” co-author of the study and UNM Department of Psychology Associate Professor Jacob Miguel Vigil said in a release.

According to the study, different strains of medical marijuana significantly improved one or more of the following 27 symptoms: Agitation/Irritability, anxiety, convulsions, dizziness, excessive appetite, fatigue, impulse, insomnia, loss of appetite, mood swings, muscle spasms, nausea, abdominal pain, back pain, cramping pain, gastrointestinal pain, joint pain, migraines, muscle pain, nerve pain, stress, and tremors. 

Source: https://news.medicalmarijuanainc.com/new-study-shows-marijuana-effective-for-wide-array-of-symptoms/

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