Do cannabinoids aid in migraines, and which types of migraines have been studied? Let’s take a look at existing data on migraines and cannabinoids. This research will highlight the knowledge gaps where there could be further data collection and clinical studies in the future.
This review is critical. 1 billion people across the world suffer from migraine syndromes each year. Cannabis has been used for centuries as a treatment for migraine. Before its prohibition, Cannabis Sativa L. remained in the Western pharmacopeia as a headache relief treatment even into the mid-twentieth century. Migraine is a leading cause of disability worldwide that affects 15% of Americans and are three times more prevalent in women than in men.
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Publisher: Lindsey Bartlett, Forbes