Tag: Symptom

Study: Young MJ Consumers With Psychosis Risk Saw Symptom Improvement

A new study, titled “Recreational Cannabis Use Over Time in Individuals at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Lack of Associations with Symptom, Neurocognitive, Functioning, and Treatment Patterns” published in the journal Psychiatry Research, examined teens and young adults at risk of developing psychotic disorders.  Conducted by a team of researchers at Zucker Hillside Hospital, Stanford […]

Feeling High Correlates with Greater Symptom Relief for Medical Cannabis Patients, Study Finds

A study published by the University of New Mexico (UNM) in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology found that patients who feel high after using cannabis often experience greater symptom relief. Entitled “Understanding Feeling ‘High’ and Its Role in Medical Cannabis Patient Outcomes,” researchers worked with ReLeaf App to study nearly 2,000 medical cannabis patients. Of […]

Back To Top