Cannabis reduced pain and opioid use.
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No effect of THC on pain in patients with abdominal pain.
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Marijuana consumption may help to decrease alcolholic intake.
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9 of 11 had drop in intraocular pressure of 16-45%.
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Smoked marijuana and oral THC caused significant bronchodilation of at least 2 hours duration.
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Cannabis increased pain sensitivity.
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Decrease in pain and spasticity.
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IOP reduction in 7 of 15.
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after experimental induction of acute bronchospasm prompt correction of the bronchospasm with cannabis.
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for patients completing the study there were 5 complete responses (no vomiting) and 7 partial responses (50% decrease of vomiting) of overall 15 courses.
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