How does one smoke less weed? By using more weed, that’s how. A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine has revealed promising evidence for the usage of cannabinoid agonist medication, i.e. cannabis-derived drugs that activate certain receptors in the brain in order to reduce relapse to cannabinoid drugs. This process, involving a medication sprayed into the mouth, is similar to utilizing nicotine patches — which is a relatively safer alternative to consuming nicotine via smoking cigarettes.
The study is a result of a randomized, double-blind, clinical trial of 128 individuals with cannabis dependency conducted by the University of Sydney and New South Wales Health. The trials were conducted in multiple outpatient specialist alcohol and drug treatment services, following in the footsteps of another short-term and small-scale research focused
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