Study: Cannabis affects reaction to pain and is "highly variable"

12/24/2012 | Medical News Today · BBC

Cannabis does not reduce pain but does make it more tolerable, according to an Oxford University study reported in the journal Pain. Researcher Dr. Michael Lee said brain scans found little change in areas that code for pain sensation and that cannabis "appears to mainly affect the emotional reaction to pain in a highly variable way."

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