Many patients with brain cancer use cannabis.
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Non-significant increase of crash risk in drivers under the influence of cannabis.
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Legalisation of cannabis for medical use in the US increased cannabis use by pregnant women.
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CBD reduces craving in drug-abstinence individuals with heroin dependency according to clinical study.
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Efficacy of CBD in epilepsy is correlated to blood levels.
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CBD may influence the blood concentrations of antiepileptic drugs.
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CBD and palmitoylethanolamine may be helpful in inflammatory bowel disease.
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The risk for problematic use of cannabis depends on reason for use.
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Endocannabinoids contribute to the mood improving effects of exercise in patients with major depression.
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The endocannabinoid system shows a reduced activity in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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