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Cannabis Use Not Associated with Increased Pain Sensitivity

Medical cannabis and cannabinoid-based medications are becoming increasingly popular around the world as more countries begin to liberalise their policy on the drug. Pain management is one of the most common reasons for medical cannabis use among patie…

Cannabis Use Not Associated with Increased Pain Sensitivity

Medical cannabis and cannabinoid-based medications are becoming increasingly popular around the world as more countries begin to liberalise their policy on the drug. Pain management is one of the most common reasons for medical cannabis use among patients and it is gradually being considered as an alternative treatment option to opioids. However, little research has been done into how the extended use of cannabis may eventually affect pain sensitivity. 

Opioids such as codeine, tramadol, and morphine are routinely prescribed for pain management and there is no doubt in the medical and scientific communities that they are effective for this purpose.

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