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German Cannabis Study Shows Impressive Results With Parkinson’s Patients

A study at University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf in Germany reported that 61% of patients with Parkinson’s disease who used medical cannabis reported a beneficial effect. The study appeared in the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease and was nicely detailed by Ganjapreneur.

“The study found 54% of patients who used oral CBD reported symptom improvement along with 68% of patients who used inhaled THC. Compared to oral CBD intake, THC inhalation was more frequently reported to reduce akinesia – temporary muscle loss associated with the condition – and stiffness, 50.0% vs. 35.4%, the researchers found.”

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