Science hazy for medical pot

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Science hazy for medical pot

Study questions efficacy; more research required, doctor says
Kayla Zambricki of Acme Healing Center in Durango says Pineapple Express is favored by some medical marijuana patients. Zambricki says her customers experience real benefits from the marijuana they use. A new meta-analysis of 79 studies of cannabinoids says science isn’t able to substantiate many of the benefits attributed to medical marijuana.
Animas Wellness Center, a medicinal marijuana dispensary in Durango, sells a cannabis infused body lotion.
Dr. David Hughes at Mercy Regional Medical Center says more research is needed into the specific medical benefits of marijuana. Right now, a lot of the evidence is just anecdotal, he says. Pineapple Express, a sativa dominate hybrid, is sold to medical marijuana users at Acme Healing Center.

Science hazy for medical pot

Kayla Zambricki of Acme Healing Center in Durango says Pineapple Express is favored by some medical marijuana patients. Zambricki says her customers experience real benefits from the marijuana they use. A new meta-analysis of 79 studies of cannabinoids says science isn’t able to substantiate many of the benefits attributed to medical marijuana.
Animas Wellness Center, a medicinal marijuana dispensary in Durango, sells a cannabis infused body lotion.
Dr. David Hughes at Mercy Regional Medical Center says more research is needed into the specific medical benefits of marijuana. Right now, a lot of the evidence is just anecdotal, he says. Pineapple Express, a sativa dominate hybrid, is sold to medical marijuana users at Acme Healing Center.
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