The Latest Cannabis Research for Migraine
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- Is there good evidence for the use of CBD for migraine and other chronic pain conditions?
- What things should be considered before trying CBD?
- Are there any concerns or risks with using CBD?
- What is cannabis? What are its components?
- What are endocannabinoids?
- Is there a difference in the endocannabinoid systems of people with episodic migraine versus those with chronic migraine?
- Is it possible that someone could have an endocannabinoid deficiency?
- What are the psychoactive effects of THC?
- What are some ways to benefit from THC without the side effects of being “high”?
- What is considered a low dose of THC?
- Is it better to use a combination of THC and CBD? What is a good ratio to start with if you’re new to cannabis?
- When did people start using cannabis for pain?
- How does cannabis act on the brain, and what is the mechanism for pain relief?
- Is there any distinction between the terms “cannabis” and “marijuana”?
- Even though it’s legal in some areas, why is there still a stigma associated with cannabis?
- Why are patients sometimes reluctant to discuss the use of cannabis as a treatment with their doctors?
- What is hemp?
- What are some of the ways CBD and/or THC can be administered? What are the safest?
- What are some of the safety concerns associated with vaporization or “vaping” cannabis products?
- Why do some people who take cannabis edibles end up in the ER?
- What can you tell us about your study on cannabinoids and migraine that’s in progress?
- Is there any other such research in the works?
- Has CBD been studied for migraine prevention?
- What are some recommendations for someone who is new to cannabis and might want to try it for migraine?
- What is the best way to try a CBD product for acute migraine treatment?
- Why is there such variation in how different people react to cannabis?
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Nathaniel M. Schuster, MD
Associate Professor & Associate Clinic Director
University of California, San Diego Center for Pain Medicine
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