The cannabinoids in marijuana not only assist in blocking nerve pain, but they limit the side effects of typical prescription drugs.

Whether it’s after a long workout or a moving injury, soreness and stiffness can complicate anyone’s life, but they don’t have to.

With the rise of opioid addiction, is it possible that marijuana and CBD can alleviate some of the symptoms of sports and back injuries?

A study published in 2017 in Health Affairs found that this is precisely what’s happening in states with medical cannabis laws: Prescriptions for opioid painkillers in these states dropped by 1,826 per doctor as patients found their alternatives.

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Kate-Madonna Hindes ~ TheFreshToast.com

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