MS patients taking cannabis were able to reduce intake of opioids and benzodiazepines.
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Cannabis may improve behaviour in patients with dementia according to observational study.
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High potency cannabis is associated with a higher risk for psychosis.
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Cannabis use in patients with schizophrenia is associated with a reduced risk for inflammatory bowel disease.
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Heavy cannabis use is more likely associated with depression.
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Cannabis use in adolescents decreased in Washington State after legalisation.
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Cannabis use increases positive affect and reduces anxiety.
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The endocannabinoid system is altered in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and bowel cancer.
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The medical use of cannabis was associated with lower probability of illegal drug use in the USA.
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Cannabis may reduce complications of Crohn's disease.
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