Canadian Researchers to Develop First National Database on Effectiveness of Medical Cannabis

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Regina Leader-Post

WellnessNewsMedicalLegalizationHealthCBD Canadian researchers to develop first national database on effectiveness of medical cannabis Author of the article:Angela Stelmakowich  “Patients using medical cannabis can experience a variety of effects depending on the strain and that variability is not accepted in the pharmaceutical industry,” says Dr. Clarke. / PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

Canadian researchers are hoping to fill in the gaps regarding how effective medicinal marijuana is in treating adults with chronic pain, sleep, anxiety and depression issues as part of a new six-month study.

There’s been plenty of anecdotal evidence on what cannabis can do, but the idea is to flesh out the details and develop what is being touted as the first national database for medical cannabis products. “For the first time, we will have a national repository of data that can provide answers about the effectiveness of these products, to test their claims,” Dr. Hance Clarke, who is heading the study, according to the University Health Network (UHN).

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