New Fibromyalgia Study: 80% of Patients Reporting Moderate to Significant Improvement
Medical cannabis therapy can lead to a considerable improvement in Fibromyalgia patients’ lives. In this study, patients were treated with medical cannabis as adjunctive therapy. After 6 months of treatment, 80% of responders reported a moderate to significant improvement in pain levels. Along with pain relief, patients reported an improved quality of life, sleep and depression. Cannabis may present an optional therapy for the symptoms of Fibromyalgia especially when other treatments have failed. Moreover, it can provide added safety to patients due to its low rate of adverse effects and the fact that it is less addictive in comparison to other analgesics.
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