Cannabis was able to control seizures in conjunction with phenobarbital and diphenylhydantoin.
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milde analgesic effect; with 20 mg THC strong adverse effects.
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pain relief with 15-20 mg THC.
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weight gain with THC; weight los with placebo.
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The use of cannabis, tobacco and alcohol is associated with higher prevalence of epilepsy.
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Low doses of CBD increased psychedelic effects of THC and high CBD doses reduced these effects.
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Cannabis reduces opioid use by pain patients.
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Cannabis had no influence on the efficacy of antipsychotic medication.
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Cannabis users with personality disorders are not at increased risk for developing other psychiatric disorders.
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Cannabis may have a protective effects against diabetes in obese individuals.
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