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Can medical marijuana improve symptoms of Crohn’s disease?

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with medical marijuana Now legal in a large number of countries, many people have Crohn’s disease He might wonder if they should try. After all, the substance is often touted for its ability to dilute both Pain and anxiety – both are common in krone (a type of inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD), according to Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation.

A large body of research indicates therapeutic substances in marijuana can help treat Crohn’s symptoms, and some studies have found a direct link between marijuana use and its benefits in people with Crohn’s disease. But many experts still urge caution.

“I think there are a decent number of IBD patients who use cannabis and see improvement in symptoms,” he says. Qian Qishian, MD, a gastroenterologist and inflammatory bowel disease specialist at Stanford Health Care in California. “But we definitely need more research in this area because what we haven’t been able to show is that marijuana provides improvement in disease activity and objective markers of inflammation.”

An overview of cannabis-based therapy in Crohn’s diseaseAnd the Published in 2020 in the magazine Expert Review of Gastroenterology and HepatologyIt is estimated that about 15 percent of IBD patients use cannabis to relieve symptoms of the disease such as Stomach achediarrhea, joint pain, poor appetite, AnorexiaNausea and fatigue.

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