Johns Hopkins: New Study Backs Claims That Cannabis Can Reduce Anxiety And Depression
Cannabis is becoming universally known as a mood enhancer and anxiety-reducing substance.
However, the plant notoriously lacks clinical research to inform its safe and correct use in specific psychiatric disorders like anxiety and depression.
A new study published last month is shedding light on the plant’s therapeutic potential.
While a bipartisan group of federal lawmakers only recently introduced a bill to remove federal barriers for conducting research on marijuana, researchers have come up with creative ways to study the plant’s effects on the general population by conducting observational studies.
– Read the entire article at Benzinga.