Can Cannabis Reduce the Need for Addictive Pharmaceuticals?

5 main ailments that patients take cannabis for - namely anxiety, insomnia, depression, chronic and muscle pain and headache and migraines.

Can Cannabis Reduce the Need for Addictive Pharmaceuticals?

Dr Frank D’Ambrosio

A recent study by Dr Frank titled "Can Cannabis Reduce the Need for Addictive Pharmaceuticals?" focuses on 5 main ailments that patients take cannabis for - namely anxiety, insomnia, depression, chronic and muscle pain and headache and migraines.

The report looks at:

  • how and why they take medical cannabis

  • if and how reduces the need for addictive pharmaceuticals 

  • which strains were found to be most effective for their conditions 

The study shows that 4276 patients are taking cannabis for 39 different conditions.

You can view the synopsis of the results -  largest report on medical cannabis patients 

Watch this video to see more.

Dr Frank D’Ambrosio is one of the US’ leading voices for medicinal cannabis policy reform. Through his medical practice, he aims to empower and educate people on the benefits of the substance for countless ailments helping those in need access a medical marijuana card