Marijuana May Be Powerful In Treating Migraine Assaults, Look At Unearths

New research suggests that the medical marijuana could be more effective at reducing frequent migraine pain than existing prescription drugs.
They found that adults suffered 50 percent less acute migraine pain when given a 200mg dose of the THC-CBD cocktail.
The cannabis-derived drug was also slightly more effective in reducing the frequency of attacks than amitriptyline, a drug commonly prescribed to treat migraine.
However, participants suffering from cluster headaches only found relief if their symptoms began in childhood.
“That said, they are only suited for use in the acute treatment of cluster headaches in patients with a history of migraine from childhood on.”The study is reinforced by previous findings, including a 2016 University of Colorado study that observed a reduction in migraine frequency through using medical marijuana.

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