According to new data that was released by the Minnesota Department of Health, 63% of patients surveyed in a study were able to reduce if not eliminate opioid usage from their life after six months of being registered with Minnesota’s medical marijuana program.

This is more proof for adovocates of legalized marijuana who believe that marijuana has many benefits.

64% decrease in opioid usage that was closely related to marijuana treatment.
The European Journal of Internal Medicine also recently reported that researchers from Israel’s largest medical marijuana provider had found tht marijuana could “stop opioid dependency before it starts.”

The lead researcher on the study, Lihi Bar-Lev Schleider, remarked, “Cannabis is a very good alternative to reduce opioid consumption, to increase quality of life, and to reduce pain, nausea and vomiting.”

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