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Use of cannabinoids for medicinal purposes — particularly for pain relief — is popular among patients with fibromyalgia, who either smoke marijuana or take synthetic prescription formulations, a Canadian study found.
Among 457 patients referred to a fibromyalgia clinic, 13% self-reported using cannabinoids, according to Mary-Ann Fitzcharles, MB ChB, from McGill University in Montreal, and colleagues.
A total of 80% were marijuana smokers, 24% used prescription formulations, and 3% used both, the researchers reported online inArthritis Care & Research.
Numerous therapies have been tried and advocated for use in fibromyalgia, but no single approach has proven reliably successful, so many patients turn tononmainstream remedies.
Colorado voters approved medical marijuana in 2000, but dispensaries did not begin opening in large numbers until 2009, after which legislators passed measures to regulate marijuana’s cultivation and production.
The state currently has one of the most extensive systems in the United States for regulating medical pot, and it is the only state where officials explicitly allow for-profit sales.
Voters will decide in November whether to legalize recreational use of the drug, giving adults 21 and older the right to possess up to an ounce of pot or six plants for cultivation. Colorado voters rejected a measure to legalize small amounts of cannabis in 2006.
you should have offered a snack, they probably had the munchies too