Which Countries Conduct The Most Studies On Cannabis?

By Marian Venini, originally published on El Planteo.

As legalization of marijuana extends around the world, an increasingly growing number of countries begin to carry out studies on the plant. This development is crucial, since the more information we have about cannabis, the more we can take advantage of its benefits.

Studying the plant will enable us to distinguish which conditions it works best for and exactly what effects it has on the body. This, in turn, will benefit an incalculable number of patients. In addition, the more we know about marijuana, the easier it will be to dispel the stigma associated with it and its users.

Of course, there are countries that have devoted greater resources than others to studying cannabis. In an effort to find out which said countries are, the cannabis platform Growcola compiled the Cannabis Research Index.

The Index was assembled out of 527 clinical studies that were reported to ClinicalTrials.gov. These studies investigate both marijuana and cannabis-based drugs, …

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