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Cannabis is a generic term used to denote the several psychoactive preparations of the plant Cannabis sativa.
The health consequences of cannabis use in developing countries are largely unknown beacuse of limited and non-systematic research, but there is no reason a priori to expect that biological effects on individuals in these populations would be substantially different to what has been observed in developed countries.
However, other consequences might be different given the cultural and social differences between countries.
MMLs had no discernible impact on hard drug use in either age group.
Taken together, MML implementation increases marijuana use mainly among those over 21, where there is also a spillover effect of increased binge drinking, but there is no evidence of spillovers to other substance use.
Medical Marijuana - Should Marijuana Be a Medical Option?
Design and Methods: This study used an ecological, cross-sectional design of.
Several studies have demonstrated the therapeutic effects of cannabinoids for nausea and vomiting in the advanced stages of illnesses such as cancer and AIDS.
Dronabinol (tetrahydrocannabinol) has been available by prescription for more than a decade in the USA.