Overshadowed by the hoopla about CBD, a growing body of evidence points to the effectiveness of THC to treat a spectrum of disorders.
CBD alone has already been demonstrated to be medically effective, but researchers determined that adding a “conservative” amount of THC strengthened results.
Research at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children found that use of cannabis oil containing both CBD and THC is effective in preventing seizures in sufferers of Dravet Syndrome — and is “safe and tolerable” for patients.
A study published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) looked at patients who were “experiencing neuropathic pain despite traditional treatment.” Use of traditional cannabis strains containing THC produced “a clinically significant outcome.”
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