Updated: Apr 14
Welcome to homework assignment CCS 1.11 in the Cannabis for Cancer seminar from Higher Learning LV. This assignment teaches students the latest peer-reviewed scientific research about cannabis for cancer. This particular study summary examines the effects of about two dozen cannabis samples for cancer, with a focus on their anti-inflammatory powers. The study also provides unique data regarding the correlations between terpenes and cannabinoids in popular cannabis cultivars.
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A 2022 study entitled "The Effectiveness and Safety of Medical Cannabis for Treating Cancer Related Symptoms in Oncology Patients" that was published in the journal Frontiers in Pain Research explored the potential benefits of cannabis use for cancer patients suffering symptoms that include anxiety, decreased quality of life, depression, increased disability, insomnia, negative effects on sexuality, and pain.