Research Uncovers Additional Potential Medicinal Benefits of Cannabis

NEW YORK, Aug. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In the past few years, cannabis has become a prominent talking point as more countries around the world give its citizens access to the plant. For instance, under international regulations cannabis is still considered a Schedule 1 Drug. In spite of this, however, several countries have already legalized the plant. Predominantly, most of these countries are legalizing cannabis for its medical benefits. However, several regions such as Canada and parts of the U.S. have legalized cannabis for recreational use as well. Nonetheless, the medical market currently accounts for the majority of the overall industry because of its global accessibility and availability. For instance, countries have legalized medical cannabis to treat chronic conditions such as severe pain, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy. And while there are many other conditions that researchers believe cannabis can treat, due to the lack of large-scale

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