PULLMAN, Wash. – A study conducted by researchers at Washington State University found that medical cannabis users found relief from symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress from as little as a single puff of cannabis. Sturdy results were published in peer review Journal of Affective Disorders.
The survey was conducted by data analysis of nearly 12,000 sessions with 1,399 users of Canadian medical cannabis tracking app StrainprintTM, which helps patients compile information on symptoms and cannabis used for treatment of symptoms. The data was split into 3,151 sessions for depression, 5,085 for anxiety, and 3,717 for stress.
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