CMCR Study: Vaporized, Low-Potency Cannabis Mitigates Neuropathic Pain

January 3, 2013 - Yet another study from California's Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research shows cannabis to be effective for neuropathic pain. This one found that low doses of vaporized cannabis suffice.  

The evidence is now compelling that cannabis deserves serious consideration as a first-line treatment for chronic neuropathic pain.  Despite this, Cal NORML continues to receive complaints from pain patients who say clinics are denying them medical marijuana through abusive drug testing practices.

- D. Gieringer, Director California NORML

Also see: Marijuana Has Therapeutic Value, Reports California Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research