Cannabis for Pain (Chronic Non-Malignant)

Studies and Information on Cannabis for Pain (Chronic Non-Malignant)

Ratings for Cannabis and Pain (Chronic Non-Malignant)

Rated 2.9 / 5 (How Ratings Work)


Possible to probable range of efficacy of cannabis for treatment of pain (chronic non-malignant).
Based on 27 Studies from 2003 - 2017

Studies on Cannabis and Pain (Chronic Non-Malignant)


Study Name, Description & Year


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Substitution Of Medical Cannabis For Pharmaceutical Agents For Pain, Anxiety, And Sleep
A survey conducted by 1513 dispensary members from New England. — 2017

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Cannabis As A Substitute For Prescription Drugs - A Cross-sectional Study
A survey conducted on 1248 cannabis-using patients who were recruited through social media and cannabis dispensaries in Washington State. — 2017

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Cannabis As A Substitute For Opioid-Based Pain Medication: Patient Self-Report
A survey conducted on 2897 medical cannabis patients using opioid-based pain medication in the past 6 month. — 2017

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Safety And Pharmacokinetics Of Oral Cannabidiol When Administered Concomitantly With Intravenous Fentanyl In Humans
Double-blind, placebo-controlled cross-over study of CBD, coadministered with intravenous fentanyl — 2015

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The Pharmacokinetics, Efficacy, Safety, And Ease Of Use Of A Novel Portable Metered-dose Cannabis Inhaler In Patients With Chronic Neuropathic Pain: A Phase 1a Study
A cohort study of eight patients suffering from chronic neuropathic pain and on a stable analgesic regimen including medicinal cannabis. — 2014

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Cannabinoid-opioid Interaction In Chronic Pain
Human trial conducted on 21 patients with chronic pain — 2011

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Survey Of Australians Using Cannabis For Medical Purposes
Survey conducted on 128 cannabis-using patients. — 2005

3


Cannabis For The Management Of Pain: Assessment Of Safety Study (COMPASS).
A prospective cohort study with a one-year follow-up conducted on 431 patients with chronic pain — 2004

4


Cannabis Reduces Opioid Dose In The Treatment Of Chronic Non-Cancer Pain
Human case study conducted on 3 patients. — 2003

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