Effects of Medical Marijuana on Stress and Anxiety

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Last Updated on August 31, 2022 by Heally University of Chicago Depart of Psychiatry Behavioral Neuroscience that in…

Last Updated on August 31, 2022 by Heally

University of Chicago Depart of Psychiatry Behavioral Neuroscience that in comparison to placebo, 7.5mg THC significantly reduced self-reported subjective feelings of stress and anxiety. The study published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence Journal in May 2017 by Childs et al. concluded that a low dose of THC produces subjective stress-relieving effects, but that higher doses may non-specifically increase negative mood.  Heally and all the Medical Marijuana doctors are happy to see the anecdotal evidence they have receive from patients final start to hold scientific ground “Dose-related effects of delta-9-THC on emotional responses to acute psychosocial stress”.  Please find more details at Dose-related effects of delta-9-THC on emotional responses to acute psychosocial stress in the Drug and Alcohol Dependence journal.

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