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Cannabis For Fibromyalgia May Be More Effective Than Anything On The Market

Thursday 26 October 2017

 

From Marijuana Resources:

 

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Cannabis for Fibromyalgia May Be More Effective Than Anything on the Market

By Jessica Leone
October 24, 2017
© Marijuana Resources

Fibromyalgia is a debilitating disorder that affects millions of Americans every year. In fact 3 to 6 million are reported to be affected with the majority being women. It is a mysterious condition and there was a time it was associated to “hysterical women” although it is taken more seriously today and many cures, or at least treatments, are being sought.

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Survey Response to Using Cannabis for Fibromyalgia

While 70 percent of the people interviewed reported having never tried medical marijuana, the few that had used the plant shared interesting results when looking at the effectiveness of cannabis for fibromyalgia. 62 percent said it was “very effective” at treating their symptoms of fibromyalgia, 33 percent said it helped a little and only 5 percent said it did not help at all. These results are quite encouraging when factoring that these patients may not have been using cannabis especially designed for fibromyalgia and many of the respondents were still new to the idea of using cannabis for fibromyalgia.

 

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