New Study Shows Medical Cannabis May Relieve Patients Suffering From Fatigue

A Karber study showed how commercially available flower products are associated with changes in feelings of fatigue in actual time.

Between June 2016, and August 2019; the study looked at 1,224 people who recorded 3,922 flower self-administration sessions through the Releaf App.

The sessions included real-time subjective changes in fatigue intensity levels prior to and following consumption as well as Cannabis flower characteristics, combustion method and any potential experienced side effects.

“91.94% of people experienced decreased fatigue following consumption with an average …

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