Scientists have found that lasting stress also depresses endocannabinoids -- neurotransmitters similar to the active ingredients in cannabis -- and that, in turn, can depress us.
With microdosing, people are getting the maximum benefit from the minimum amount, without becoming stoned, paranoid or lethargic.
Anxiety is driven by fear – research suggests that cannabidiol dilutes fear by changing the brain’s activity.
Research shows people with chronic pain or mental health issues prefer taking cannabis over prescription opioid medications to treat symptoms.
It’s cold outside, and dark. Time to toke.
The most comprehensive research review ever done on the topic found that marijuana can help battle depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and even addictions to alcohol and painkillers.
A new review suggests cannabis may help mental health disorders.