OUR CURRENT RESEARCH: PARKINSON’S
DISEASE AND CANNABIS
More than three-quarters of patients who used cannabis to treat symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease found “great relief” or “a little relief,” according to research by the Cannabis Education and Research Institute and The College of New Jersey. In the survey of about 500 patients with Parkinson’s disease who have used cannabis, 31 percent reported “great relief” in the treatment; 48 percent found a “little relief”; and 15 percent found cannabis made no difference in their symptoms. Meanwhile, about five percent said they felt a little or a lot worse.
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