Medical cannabis, as well as the active ingredient CBD, is still high on the popularity charts. The reason is very simple. We now have more information, clinical and laboratory studies and proven evidence than ever before. In addition, the effectiveness of medical cannabis is supported by many doctors who issue prescriptions to their patients for specific ailments. However, there is one crucial thing to keep in mind - Cannabis is NOT a medicine. It can be classified as a supportive treatment method, not a substitute for conventional treatment.

So in what cases can medical cannabis potentially be useful? Broadly speaking, for a wide variety of physical or mental ailments. The studies you will find in this category deal with the potential efficacy and use of CBD in dermatology or the use of medicinal cannabis for neurodegenerative diseases or chronic pain. In addition, you will also find research on other substances in cannabis and their potential, efficacy and use. We hope that in this section you will find everything that interests you about medical cannabis...

The information in the Medicinal Cannabis category is based exclusively on proven sources such as clinical or laboratory studies from leading research centres, institutions and universities around the world.