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Thirty per cent of U.S. app users have turned to cannabis for relief.

Almost a third of polled migraine sufferers in the U.S. have turned to medical marijuana for relief and the vast majority of those who did report that cannabis and cannabinoids have helped to reduce related pain levels.

The findings reflect data gathered from the Migraine Buddy app — a global app that allows users to record data about migraine duration, frequency and intensity, medication use and details about sleep, dietary and weather-related triggers — and is produced by U.S.-based Healint. In all, information is based on 9,885 app users in the U.S. and Canada.

– Read the entire article at The London Free Press.

https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2020/09/25/eight-in-10-migraine-sufferers-report-cannabis-helped-beat-back-pain-levels-study/

Associated Press

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