Terpene and Cannabinoid combinations and ratios make a difference
"Significant group differences in symptom relief were found across the chemovars".
Spoiler: Above average amounts of Myrcene and Terpinolene (between 0.5% and 1.0%) with THC levels between 15% and 25% were reported to be the most effective ("reliably stronger therapeutic effects").
Study: Cannabis users with IBD require less inpatient treatment
Study: Chronic pain patients & doctors report medical cannabis is effective
Cannabis helps some with treatment-resistant PTSD
Medical cannabis can reduce opioid use for chronic pain patients
Data: Legal cannabis isn't correlated with increased treatment for psychosis
Study: Smoking cannabis alone doesn't reduce lung's ability, but tobacco does
Insomnia symptoms improve dramatically with CBD + THC oil
Another study shows cannabinoid medicine is effective for treatment-resistant childhood epilepsy
Cannabis & Migraines: A Review Study
Clinical Trial: Full-spectrum CBD tinctures were effective for anxiety
CBD + CBC (or THC) worked best on head & neck cancer cells
More positive research on cannabis for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Real-world data: Medical Cannabis is effective & safe for many conditions
Study Objective: To investigate the safety and effectiveness of medical cannabis (MC) in the real-world clinical practice setting.
Study: CBD doses over 300mg per day are medically more effective
This study reviewed evidence of the effectiveness and safety of oral CBD at doses below 400mg. It was published in October 2022 in the journal Clinical and Translational Science.