Researchers from the University of Michigan found that “chronic pain” is the primary condition driving patients to try cannabis medicine. Other health conditions ranking among the most popular included spasms as a result of multiple sclerosis and nausea related to chemotherapy treatment.

The study found that more than 85 percent of registered patients are using the herb to treat an “evidence-based condition.” Among this group, 62.2 percent of them used it for chronic pain.

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