According to studies by Britain’s Clinical Neurology Research Group, tetrahydrocannabinol marijuana abstract, has helped relieve pain and muscle stiffness for patients with (MS).
Over a twelve week period in “Phase III of the test,” 144 patients were given tetrahydrocannabinol () tablets daily, while 135 were given a dummy placebo pill. The doses taken escalated from 2.5 milligrams to a max of 25 mg for two weeks.
In the end, 29.4 per cent of people in the THC group said they had relief from . According to an 11-point rating, only 15.7% “experienced relief” in the dummy group.
Stiffness in the muscles causing pain occurred in 90% of patients at some point. This often leads to a poor sleep quality and impaired mobility.
MS disease occurs when the immune system attacks the fatty that insulate nerve cells, this affects the brain and spinal cord.
Cannabis users have reported having better sleep and muscle spasm relief, and this trial shows that standardized doses of cannabis extract can be useful in easing pain and spasms in Multiple sclerosis.