Marijuana’s ability to mitigate pain is well-established in scientific literature -- and two new studies offer fresh evidence of how cannabis can be beneficial to patients suffering from different kinds of pain. 

After recruiting 66 students (half of whom were deemed cannabis consumers and half non-users) and administering basic questionnaires, Auburn University PhD candidate Julio Yanes conducted a series of experiments to discern how cannabis use influences pain.

Participants were hooked up to an experimental pain apparatus -- a band fitted with a plastic disk that applies pressure to a sensitive part of the hand. 

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Kyle Jaeger ~ MarijuanaMoment.net

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